Christmas in Norway

Christmas in Norway

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Stalks of oats called juleneks hang outside for birds to eat. Homes are decorated with pinecones, heart shaped baskets, and colorful paper chains. On Christmas Eve people leave bowls of porridge for the nisse, an elf like spirit who protects farms. During the Christmas season, people bake many kinds of cookies. They eat pork, boiled potatoes, and a sweet bread with raisins called julekake. These are the sights and sounds of Christmas in Norway. Come explore the many Norwegian traditions that bring people of this country together at Christmas.
Publisher: North Mankato, Minnesota :, Capstone Press, a Capstone imprint,, 2014, ©2014.
ISBN: 9781476531014
Branch Call Number: J 394. 2663 MAN
Characteristics: 24 pages : colour illustrations, colour map ; 21 cm.

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