The Jewish Child's First Book of why
In direct and simple language, Rabbi Kolatch explains the significance of some of the most fascinating traditions and customs of Judaism and introduces the major and minor Jewish holidays.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - heathergoodman - LibraryThing
“The Jewish Child’s First Book of Why,” written by Rabbi Alfred J. Kolatch, is a great book filled with fascinating information for all readers. I personally found this book very easy to follow along ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - katrinafroelich - LibraryThing
Kolatch uses concise explanations for why people of the Jewish faith follow specific customs, such as saying shalom, eating Challa bread, Shabbat, Sabbath, etc. It is informative, friendly, humorous and describes customs in language suitable (and readable) for children. Read full review