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uven ile
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ooks
129
G
oodman
, P
h il ip
.
The Yom Kippur anthology. Philadelphia, Jewish Pub­
lication Society, 1971. 399 p.
This valuable volume includes selections from Jewish literature, music,
separate sections of children’s stories and poems, and suggested program
activities, (ages 10-15)
G
raham
, L
orenz
.
A road down in the sea. Illus. by Gregorio Prespotino.
New York, T. Y. Crowell, 1971. unp.
An exciting picture book of the Exodus story from Liberian folklore
with an all black cast—God, Moses, Egyptians and Pharaoh, (ages 5-7)
--------- . David he no fear. Illus. by Ann Grifalconi. New York, T. Y. Crowell,
1971. unp.
The age old story of David and Goliath in poetry as told in Africa;
charmingly illustrated, (ages 5-7)
G
rand
, T
am ar
and
S
amuel
.
Children of Israel. Illus. with photographs by
Alona Frankel. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
1972. 64 p.
This volume teaches the American child he is part of “K’lal Israel”
by identifying with Israeli children in school, at play in Kibbutzim and
celebrating holidays, (ages 7-9)
G
reen
, A
lan
S.
Return to prayer. New York, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, 1971. 83 p.
A brief Reform guide with home devotions for Sabbath and other
occasions, (ages 10-13).
G
reenberg
, H
erbert
A. and
B
arbara
.
The Sabbath. New York, United Syna­
gogue of America and Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1972.
The first program kit of its kind for the preadolescent and adolescent
with learning and perceptual disabilities, enabling the child to identify
objects related to the babbath, to learn their Hebrew names and to
obtain basic religious instruction not otherwise available.
G
reenwald
, S
he ila
.
The hot day. New York, Bobbs-Merrill. 1972. 32 p.
Delightful yarn about seven Jewish children of Manhattan’s lower
East Side and how they beat the heat, (ages 6-9)
H
aram at i
. S
h lom o
,
and
R
osenberg
, A
senath
.
Hebrew in the Kindergarten.
New York, Jewish Education Press, 1971. 40 p.
A specially prepared Hebrew dictionary for teachers of young chil­
dren. (ages 5 -7)
H
eckelman
, D
eyora
.
Shabbat and the young child. New York, Jewish Edu­
cation Press. 1972. 70 p.
A valuable book for young children or parents to read to them, (ages
preschool to 7)
I
sh
-K
ishor
, S
ulam ith
.
The master of miracle: a new novel of the Golem.
Pictures by Arnold Lobel. New York, Harper & Row, 1971. 108 p.
An exciting novel based on the old Golem legend as told through
the eyes of a brave orphan boy. (ages 12-14)
--------- . Our Eddie. New York. Pantheon, 1971. 183 p. Paperbound.
A re-issue in paperback of the winner of the Shirley Kravitz children’s
book award of the Association of Jewish Libraries. It tells of the double
tragedy of Eddie’s death and of the unfortunate lack of communication
of the remaining family, (ages 12-14)