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CHIPMAN / JEWISH JUVENILE BOOKS
An ecumenical account of Moses as leader of the Exodus, (ages
8
-
11
)
G
ur
, G
eneral
M
o tta
.
Azeet: paratrooper dog.
New York, Thomas
Nelson, 1972. 131 p.
Azeet, a German shepherd dog, does her part with courage and
intelligence as a member of an Israeli paratroop unit, (ages 10-14)
I
sh
-K
ishor
, S
u l am ith
.
Joel is the youngest.
New York, Archway Paper-
back (Simon & Schuster) 1973. 208 p.
Daily Jewish living as experienced by a young child, who is
also the baby of the family, (ages 3-6)
K
a r p
, D
eborah
.
Heroes of American Jewish history.
New York, Ktav
Publishing House, 1972. 155 p.
The history of Jews in America told through the achievements
of individuals, (ages 12 and up)
K
olatch
, A
lfred
J.
Fun-in-learning about Hanukah.
New York, Jona-
than David, 1972.
One of the Fun-in-Learning series, using teaching devices such
as puzzles, games, pop-art, stories, and song, to teach every aspect
of the holiday, (ages 8-10)
L
ittle
, T
om
.
The Arab world in the 20th century.
New York, John
Day, 1972. 128 p. (A Young Historian's Book)
About the Arabs and Islam, including the struggle with Israel,
briefly and not quite objectively described from the Arab view-
point, but most informative, (ages 12 and up)
M
a n n
, P
eggy
.
Golda.
New York, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1971.
281 p.
The story of Israel's prime minister, Golda Meir, as her life
fuses with that of the State of Israel, (ages 10 and up)
M
orrow
, B
etty
.
A great miracle.
Irvington-on-Hudson, Harvey House,
1972. 48 p.
Simply told story of Hanukah, beautifully illustrated in pen and
ink drawings, (ages 8-11)
M
o sk in
, M
ar ietta
D.
I am Rosemarie.
New York, John Day, 1972.
190 p.
The chronicle of a Jewish girl in Amsterdam caught in Hitler’s
net in 1940, who survives and grows into womanhood through
Westerbork, Bergen Belsen and Biberach. (ages 10 and up)
M
yers
, E
l izabeth
.
David Sarnoff: radio and TV boy.
New York, Bobbs
Merrill, 1972. 200 p.
The success story of a Jewish boy from a Russian shtetl who be-
came head of RCA in America, (ages 8-10)
N
ew m a n
, P
a u l
.
Noah and the ark.
New York, World Publishers, 1972.
unp.
A pop-up version of the story for the very little ones, (ages 3-5)