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JEW ISH BOOK ANNUA L
Black and white pictures with long explanatory captions. Bibliog­
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We tell it to our children: the story o f Passover.
Illus. by Craig Oskow. St. Paul, Minnesota. Mensch Makers Press,
1988. 116 p. spiral bound (7-11)
The Passover story dramatized for puppets with original lyrics
set to well-known tunes. Finger puppets and push-outs included.
Recipes, etc. An interesting addition.
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Zalmans menorah.
Illus. Y.E. Taub. Spring Valley,
NY, Feldheim, 1987. 179 p. (10-14)
A circuitous tale based on a folk story about a peddler who
is set upon by bandits soon after lighting his menorah, and who
eventually makes fools o f them — with the help o f the king.
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Miracle meals: eight nights of
food’n fun fo r Chanukah.
Illus. by Chari Radin. Rockville, MD. Kar-
Ben Copies, 1987. 64 p. (5-up)
A welcome addition to books for this holiday with dozens o f
kid-tested recipes for latkes and other holiday food plus party
ideas and games. Includes story o f Hanukkah, candle blessing and
dreidel instructions. Recipes are classified: meat, dairy, parve, and
graded according to difficulty.