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Thaneeya McArdle's Sugar Skulls wall Calendar features thirteen never-before-seen, beautifully colored pieces of skull art. Each month features a fun and vibrant skull drawing inspired by the candy skulls made out of sugar that are given as gifts on the Mexican holiday, DÍa de los Muertos. This calendar is perfect as décor in your home, kitchen, or office and easily helps to keep track of important dates, contacts, and other events at a glance. Each calendar month is easy to glance at and see what responsibilities you have coming up, so make sure you stay organized through the year! Personalization is easy with different colors for appointments and trips, add stickers or stickie notes for a quick reference, or create your own system of symbols and abbreviations.

  • Popular calendar title!
  • Stunning sugar skull art every month
  • Printed on high-quality paper
  • Features full-color pages
  • Includes all major and significant holidays
  • Carefully curated images throughout
  • Give as a gift for any occasion
  • Stay organized and on track all year
  • Perfect for the home or office
  • Great for families, students, and professionals

About Andrews McMeel Publishing

Known for amazing cutting-edge comics and best-selling humor, cookbook, puzzle, and children's books, Andrews McMeel has a passion for publishing original talent and delighting readers with innovative books, calendars and gifts that are worth sharing!

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In Mexico, DÍa de Muertos includes many festivals and lively celebrations. The dead are not remembered or commemorated. Instead they are considered present. This is a celebration with the dead, not of the dead. The custom goes back to indigenous Aztec ritual mixed with Catholicism. In Hong Kong, the 'Hungry Ghost Festival' in July is the time during which restless spirits roam the earth. To appease these ghosts, many Chinese people 'feed' their own ancestors. In neighborhoods across Hong Kong, you'll see many people occupying parks, piazzas, pitches and other spaces to offer sacrifices to their ancestors and other wandering ghosts. These sacrifices can be things like: burning incense, distributing free rice, and performing live Chinese operas for ghosts that may need some entertainment. In Korea, Chuseok ("Autumn Eve") is celebrated as the biggest and most important holidays in the country. Family memebers from near and far get together and share food and stories to give thanks to their ancestors.