Brainteasers from Jewish Folklore

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Kar-Ben, Aug 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Full of Jewish folktales like "The Lazy Artist," and "Cheating the Inquisitor," this collection offers young readers 16 different riddles and stories that will challenge and entertain.
 

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User Review  - dreamer2000 - LibraryThing

Interesting way to get children to think about problem solving. I did like this book but I didn't like some of the remarks about Jews. The pictures were funny and went with the story. Read full review

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One-page stories end with a question; the answer is upside down at the bottom of the page. Read full review

Contents

Animal Arithmetic
4
Foresight
6
The Most Precious Thing
8
King Solomon And The Queen Of Sheba
10
The Lazy Artist
12
The Slow Ride
13
The Best Way To Die
14
Cheating The Inquisitor
16
What Was He Thinking?
21
One Hundred Rubles
22
Why Did I Ask?
24
The Grateful Rabbi
26
David And The Spider
28
Light Cargo
30
Sources
32
Back Cover
34

The Little Sharpshooter
18
To Tell The Truth
20

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