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Enjoy the award winning Jewish Cookbook/Resource that's stirring the nation!
Friendly guide to celebrating 11 Jewish holidays.
Created by parents & educators for families to share.
Stories, kosher recipes, craft ideas.
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Jody Hirsh, a Ph.D. candidate in modern Hebrew literature, is an internationally known and highly respected Jewish educator. He has held prominent positions in Los Angeles, Houston, and Hong Kong and has taught Jewish studies at UCLA, UC Berkeley, Hebrew Union College and LA's University of Judaism. He currently serves as the director of Judaic education at the Jewish Community Center in Milwaukee. As a playwright, Mr. Hirsh is a 1989 OBIE Award winner.From Publishers Weekly:
This colorful, accessible guide offers readers a "taste" of 11 different Jewish holidays, including Passover and Purim. The book opens with Shabbat, whose weekly celebration "is one of the most significant steps in creating a Jewish home and strong Jewish identity," and explores holiday traditions in the order they occur through the Jewish year. There are crafts and activities, stories for families to read aloud, games to play and recipes both traditional (latkes) and contemporary (Oreo cheesecake). The book is wonderfully family friendly, with special sections on "kids in the kitchen" and cartoons to tell the holidays' history. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin provides the foreword.
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Book Description Jewish Community Ctr of Milwau, 2001. Spiral-bound. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110971346100
Book Description Jewish Community Ctr of Milwaukee, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0971346100
Book Description Jewish Community Ctr of Milwaukee. SPIRAL-BOUND. Condition: New. 0971346100 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0543543