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uven ile
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ooks
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erwer
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lanch e
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u r ia
.
Let’s steal the moon. Illus. by Trina Schart Hyman.
Boston, Little, Brown, 1970. 88 p.
A collection of Jewish folk tales, ancient and recent, (ages 8-12)
S
h a p p
, M
artha
and
C
harles
.
Let’s find out about Jewish holidays. Pictures
by Marvin Friedman. New York, Franklin Watts, 1971. 48 p.
Customs and ceremonies simply described with charming illustrations,
(ages 4-7)
S
inger
, I
saac
B
ashev is
.
Elijah the slave. Pictures by Antonio Frasconi. New
York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1970. 28 p.
Tale of a beautiful act of charity, (ages 4-8)
--------- . Joseph and Koza, or the sacrifice to the Vistula. Pictures by Symeon
Shimin. Trans, by author and Elizabeth Shub. New York, Farrar, Straus
&Giroux, 1970. 34 p.
A tale of Joseph, wandering Jew and goldsmith, who rescues his
damsel from death and teaches the one God concept all at one fell swoop.
Winner of 1970 National Book Award for children’s literature, (ages
7-12)
S
lotow itz
, B
ernard
.
Folkways and minhagim. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, 1970. 43 p.
About Jewish traditions and customs, (ages 13 and up)
S
pector
, S
h o sh a n n a h
.
Five young heroes of Israel. Illus. by Aharon Shevo.
New York, Shengold, 1970. 48 p.
Heroic tale of five children in a Kibbutz near the Sea of Galilee, who
devise means to protect their communal home from enemy attack, (ages
7-10)
S
p ier
,
Jo. The creation. Illus. by author. New York, Doubleday, 1970. unp.
Text is taken from Jerusalem Bible and describes the first seven days
of Creation. A meaningful introduction to Genesis for the very young,
(ages 3-6)
S
t e e nm e i je r
, A
n n a
G. A tribute to Anne Frank. In collaboration with Otto
Frank. New York, Doubleday, 1971. 120 p.
Letters and tributes received by Otto Frank since publication of
The
Diary of a Young Girl.
The volume, with beautiful photographs and
drawings, includes unpublished writings of Anne Frank and a thorough
bibliography, (ages 12 and up)
S
tern
, E
llen
N
orm a n
.
Embattled justice. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication
Society of America, 1971. 142 p.
The story of Louis Dembitz Brandeis, one of the great figures of
American Jewish history, (ages 12 and up)
S
u h l
, Y
ur i
.
Eloquent crusader: Ernestine Rose. New York, Julian Messner,
1970.188 p.
Inspiring story of a little-known crusader for civil and women’s rights,
(ages 10-14)
T
a sl itt
, I
srael
.
Thunder over Tabor. New York, Sabra Books, 1970. 168 p.
A novel concerning the life of Deborah which will satisfy a young-
ster’s yearning for adventure, (ages 9-11)
V
iv ier
, C
olette
.
The house of the four winds. New York, Doubleday, 1969.
190 p.
An exciting story of boys in Paris during the Nazi occupation, (ages
12-15)