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O
m er
, D
vorah
.
Rebirth.
Trans, from Hebrew by Ruth Rasnic. Phila-
delphia, Jewish Publication Society, 1972. 199 p.
The unforgettable story of Ben-Zion Ben Yehudah, son of Elie-
zer Ben Yehudah, the first child in Palestine raised on the Hebrew
language only, (ages 11 and up)
R
eiss
, J
o h a n n a
.
The upstairs room.
New York, Thomas Y. Crowell,
1972. 195 p.
A recording of the author’s experiences as a Jewish child in
Holland after Hitler’s invasion of 1940, as told for her own two
young daughters, (ages 10-13)
R
osen
, D
on ia
.
The forest, my friend.
New York, Bergen Belsen Me-
morial Press, 1971. 117 p.
A Ukrainian Jewish girl discovers she is an outcast when the
Nazis invade, and flees to the forest, (ages 12-16)
S
huvelitz
,
Uri
The Magician.
Adapted from the Yiddish of I. L. Pe-
retz. New York, Macmillan, 1972. 32 p.
Elijah, who visits every Jewish home on Passover to take his
sip of wine, comes to the shtetl as a magician and performs a real
miracle, (ages 4-8)
S
ilberman
,
Dr. A. M.
The Children’s Haggadah.
New York, Philipp
Feldheim, 1972.
A children’s edition of the Passover home service with push-
pull-picture changes and the complete text in English and Hebrew,
(ages 4-10)
S
tern
, M
e n ah em
.
The sun and the clouds: Bible tales and legends.
Illus. by Ezekiel Schloss. New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1971.
141 p.
Original legends about our favorite biblical characters, charm-
ingly illustrated, which stress the striving towards goodness in
God’s world and among God’s creatures, (ages 8-10)
T
aube s
, H
elen
.
Bible stories for young children.
New York, Soncino
Press, 1972. 3 vols.
A gift item containing stories Jewish children should know,
(ages 5-9)