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Sammy Spider's First Yom Kippur

by Sylvia A. Rouss

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. Rouss’s account provides a simple story about how even a well-intentioned little boy might cause the kind of turmoil he would want his parents, and the spiders who live with them, to forgive him for.
  HandelmanLibraryTINR | Nov 5, 2017 |
My daughter LOVED this book! She really wanted to know what happened when Josh didn't listen to his parents and things went wrong. Josh learned to own his mistakes and say "I'm sorry" which is the basis for Yom Kippur. Cute book! ( )
  Vintage_books_baby | Aug 17, 2013 |
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When Josh breaks the rules and plays ball indoors, he finds himself apologizing not only to his parents, but to Sammy Spider as well. A Yom Kippur story about saying, “I’m sorry.”

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Sammy Spider learns about the Jewish holiday Yom Kippur.

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