Ghosts and Golems: Haunting Tales of the Supernatural
Jewish Publication Society, Jul 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
A collection that offers contemporary tales with modern-day children as the main characters. It includes tales in which spirits are forces for momentous change in the lives of the children who encounter them - helping them to gain new understandings of themselves and their Jewish tradition.
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