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Pride & Joy: African-American Baby Celebrations
Janice Robinson (au); Paul Shepherd (ph); Katy Blander (il); Alvin Poussaint (fr). In many parts of Africa, it is believed that the name parents give an infant can determine the child’s success in life. Here, Robinson shows how to incorporate African traditions into the life of your baby -- or the child of a friend or relative -- with an emphasis on baby showers & naming ceremonies. Topics covered include: hosting a Kwanzaa-themed shower; couples showers/daddy showers/cyber showers; libation rituals & prayers; community journals; sister circles; community quilts; prayers & blessings; what foods to serve, incl. recipes; invitations; decorations & favors; activities; gift ideas; birth rituals; selecting an Afrocentric name; & naming ceremony rituals, incl. ceremonial objects, orations, & music. Illustrations.
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