By Deborah Kopka
Pack your baggage! we are headed to Norway. in this whirl-wind travel, you are going to research all concerning the country's panorama, tradition, humans, and extra. we will discover Norway's attractive towns, snowy landscapes, thick forests, and interesting fjords. we are going to additionally discover what sort of meals humans devour and know about syttende mai, the Norwegian independence social gathering. a unique part introduces Norway's capital, language, inhabitants, and flag. Hop on board and take a fun-packed examine your international.
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Many also pick books from Norway’s past. A family reads together on a chilly winter night. 40 In the late 1800s, some Norwegians became famous writers. Bjornstjerne Bjornson wrote stories, novels, poetry, and plays. He also wrote the words to the Norwegian national song. Sigrid Undset wrote Kristin Lavransdatter. This book is about a Norwegian girl who lived long ago. Norway’s most famous playwright is Henrik Ibsen. He wrote twenty-five plays. Several are still being performed in many countries.
36; © Leslie Garland Picture Library/ Alamy, p. 37; © Photononstop/SuperStock, p. 38; © Andy Crawford/Dorling Kindersley/Getty Images, p. 39; © World Pictures/Photoshot, p. 40; © Al Fenn/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images, p. 41; © Christie’s Images/SuperStock, p. 42; © Laura Westlund/Independent Picture Service, p. 44. Illustrations by © Bill Hauser/ Independent Picture Service. fr/Getty Images. 48 THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Pack your bags! We’re headed to Norway. On this whirlwind tour, you’ll learn all about the country’s landscape, culture, people, and more.
Many Norwegians have handmade bunads. 38 A couple tries on Norwegian sweaters decorated with snowflakes. Make a Clove Ball! Many Norwegian kids like to make crafts at Christmastime. Here’s a favorite! The spicy scent will last long after the orange has dried out. You will need: 1 large fresh navel orange 1 cup of whole cloves 1. Wash the orange with a damp kitchen towel. Allow the orange to sit at room temperature for one hour. 2. Gently push the cloves into the orange, one at a time. Work on one small area.