Books in category Social Science – Holidays (non-religious)

  • Halloween

    James Lantos, Applewood Books

    Part of Applewood's Pictorial America series, the book features images drawn from historical sources and includes prints, paintings, illustrations, and photographs.

  • Tinsel

    Hank Stuever

    A heartfelt, hilarious look at the evolution of a half-trillion-dollar American holiday Hank Stuever turns his unerring eye for the idiosyncrasies of modern life to Frisco, Texas, a suburb at once all-American and completely itself, to tell …

  • Chinese Festivals

    Chinese Festivals
    Liming Wei

    Chinese Festivals provides an illustrated introduction to China's traditional festivals, firmly established as part of China's rich, diverse culture.

  • Vietnam

    Van Huy Nguyen, Laurel Kendall

    The authors take readers deep into the heart of this ancient country in search of the cultural, social, and religious drives that inform their traditional way of life. Simultaneous.

  • Videojuegos y aprendizaje

    Videojuegos y aprendizaje
    Begoña Gros Salvat, Carles Feixa Pampols, Pilar Lacasa Díaz, Alejandro Català Bolós, Laura Méndez Zaballos, Javier Jaén Martínez, Xavier Vilella i Miró, M. Luisa Lamazán Álvarez, Isidro Moreno Sánchez, Rut Martínez Borda, Juan José Cárdenas Ballestero, Jose Antonio Mocholí Agües, Manel Camas Magri, Antònia Bernat Cuello

    Las nuevas generaciones se alfabetizan digitalmente a través del juego.

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    П. Федоров

    Вы любите делать вещи своими руками и хотите попробовать свои силы в одном из старейших ремесел – плотницком? Тогда эта книга – …

  • El sistema tur stico en Nicaragua

    El sistema turístico en Nicaragua
    Diego López Olivares

    The book stems from this idea, as it analyses the potential of Nicaraguan tourism by applying an integrated tourist development approach

  • We are what We Celebrate

    We are what We Celebrate
    Amitai Etzioni, Jared Bloom

    Edited by Amitai Etzioni, one of the most influential social and political thinkers of our time, this collection provides a compelling overview of the impact that holidays and rituals have on our family and communal life.

  • Feasts

    Michael Dietler, Brian Hayden

    Originally published: Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001.

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    Первое мая
    Philip Sheldon Foner

    The only account in print of the origins of May Day, with highlights of its first century from around the world. 21 illustrations. Notes. Index.

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