Bone Button Borscht
When a beggar gets no help from anybody, even at the synagogue, he offers to use the buttons on his coat to make bone button borscht for everyone in the village, in a retelling of an old folktale reset in a small Jewish village.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JocelynNixon - LibraryThing
A little beggar arrives in a poor village and with his magic bone buttons brings the town to witness the making of Bone Button Borscht. This is a beautifully done picture book. The pictures, though ... Read full review
Review: Bone Button BorschtUser Review - Goodreads
Not only did my daughter (5) love this book, we made the borscht recipe and it was delicious! I think part of its appeal is that it looks so different from other books and the language is mature. It's a favorite. Read full review