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Before the sun has even begun to rise in the sky, the beating of African drums can be heard all throughout the colonial city of Havana. Children and adults alike feel the excitement building as the shuffling and shifting of many people moving about in the streets signify that the celebration of Epiphany will soon begin. This is nineteenth-century Cuba and dancing on el Día de Reyes, or the Day of the Kings, is how many people of color who live here celebrate the Catholic feast day of Epiphany. On this day – slave or free – people of color are allowed to gather together dressed in their finery and dance to their special music all through the Havana streets.This nonfiction middle grade book is part of a series entitled The Caribbean Reference Shelf. In this edition, readers will learn about how people of color who lived in Havana, Cuba in the 1800s celebrated the Catholic feast of the Epiphany.