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The Remembering Box by Eth Clifford
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The Remembering Box

by Eth Clifford

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Grandma tells the best storiesJoshua spends every Friday night and every Saturday with his grandmother, celebrating the Jewish Sabbath. On Friday night, Grandma blesses the Sabbath lights, and the two share a traditional meal. On Saturday afternoon, they settle down with a box they call "the remembering box." Joshua draws an item from the box, and Grandma tells its story. And what wonderful stories they are!

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Nine-year-old Joshua's weekly visits to his beloved grandmother on the Jewish Sabbath give him an understanding of love, family, and tradition which helps him accept her death.

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