4 edition of A Jewish holiday ABC found in the catalog.
An alphabet book introducing Jewish holidays and their customs.
|Statement||Malka Drucker ; [illustrated by] Rita Pocock|
|Contributions||Pocock, Rita, ill|
|LC Classifications||BM690 .D78 1996|
|The Physical Object|
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This excellent Jewish holiday alphabet soup runs from the knedlach (dumplings) to the nuts, beginning with A for Afikomen and ending with Z for Shabbat zemirot (songs). In between are candles for Shabbat, dreidels for Chanukah, etrogs for Sukkot, blue and white Israeli flags for Simchat Torah, groggers for Purim, honey for Rosh Hashonah and a host of other treats.5/5(1).
Jewish Holiday ABC. Celebrate a full year of Jewish holidays in this alphabet book that introduces young children A Jewish holiday ABC book the wealth of history and ritual surrounding Jewish traditions. An informative section detailing the origins and history of holiday observances, a glossary of holiday terms, and a pronunciation guide supplement the glowing text/5.
Celebrate a full year of Jewish holidays in this alphabet book that introduces young children to the wealth of history and ritual surrounding Jewish traditions. An informative section detailing the origins and history of holiday observances, a glossary of holiday terms, and a pronunciation guide supplement the glowing : Malka Drucker.
This book provides too little context to educate, and too much dry data to inspire, readers. Malka Drucker's A Jewish Holiday ABC (Harcourt, ), while also somewhat random, is at least superior in its straightforward text and attractive cut-paper illustrations/5(3).
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From Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, to Sukkot, the celebration of the harvest, to Hanukkah, the festival of lights, this is the perfect book for families to enjoy together.4/5.
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This is the first in a series of pages on the Jewish holidays. This page discusses some basic considerations that apply to all or many holidays. Each of the individual holiday pages talks about the significance of a holiday, its traditional observances and related customs, the date on which each holiday will occur for the next five years, and.
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Blending the old and the new, they ground us in.While the book provided a simple introduction to the various festivals, I would have liked more focus on spiritual origins of practices rather than current observance.
That said, the authors achieved their purposes not This book gives a good basic overview of the Jewish festivals, particularly as hey are celebrated today in the various Jewish /5.