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In Knowing the Orishas: From Eshu to Oshala children will learn in a fun way who are the Orishas of Afro-Brazilian religions and their characteristics
Knowing the Orishas
The Orishas Book for Children, volume 1
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In "Knowing the Orishas: From Eshu to Oshala" children will learn in a fun way who are the Orishas of Afro-Brazilian religions, what are their customs and characteristics, their colors and favorite foods and the powers of nature that each one controls.
In a country as plural and mixed as Brazil, we find faith and ax in every corner: in the colors of cities, in the songs of radios, in the foods of saints and men. In the story of the day, Ogun and St. George become one; Yemaya, Queen of the Sea, blesses all beliefs at the turn of the year with flowers by the sea; and the Ibejis, ah! the Ibejis ...
Sweet sacred children, delight in the carurus to celebrate the joy of living!
Even so, children often do not understand who these Orishas are, and, after all, what is this magic that involves the rituals of Umbanda, Candomblé and other Afro-Brazilian religions. They admire their colors and their dances, savor their sweets and goodies, but they are in the distance hearing "this is big people thing"!
Oh, is it really?
Thinking about it, "Knowing the Orishas: from Eshu to Oshala" is the gateway to the collection "The Orishas Book for Children" - the first children's publication of Arole Cultural. A collection of 18 children's titles, specially created to present the Orishas and its customs to small and small preschoolers and literacy.
1st edition, 40 pages full color, paperback
ISBN: 9788590624011 Language: portuguese Dimensions: 7" x 10" Publisher: Arole Cultural Author: Waldete Tristão e Caco Bressane