Reading Comprehension for November 15

Everyone has a birthday. Some people have parties. Some people get gifts. In Japan, birthdays are celebrated. So is Shichi-Go-San. It means "7, 5, 3."

Children who are 7, 5, and 3 years old are celebrated. People pray for these children. They want them to be healthy. They want them to grow. November 15th is Shichi-Go-San. Some people think that day is lucky.

On that day, boys and girls wear special clothes. Girls wear kimonos. A kimono is a robe. It has bright colors. There are flowers on it. The boys wear special jackets. They wear special pants.

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