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The Mouse in the Matzah Factory

by Francine Medoff

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This is such a cute book! It's the story of a mouse who saw the process of how wheat turns into matzah, leaving him proud to be the individual that did the watching. The story is sweet, the drawings are beautiful, and the information is interesting. I especially like the introduction "about matzah" for those who know nothing about the unleavened bread of the Jewish festival of Passover. I think this would be a fun book to save and share with the youngest seder guests every Passover. ( )
  SqueakyChu | Mar 22, 2018 |
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A mouse observes wheat being harvested, ground into flour, mixed into dough, and baked into matzah.

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