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Day of Delight: A Jewish Sabbath in Ethiopia

by Maxine Rose Schur, Brian Pinkney

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Depicts a young Ethiopian Jewish boy and his family, including their typical daily routine followed by preparation for and celebration of the Sabbath.
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By far one of the most interesting books that I think has ever been made into a children's book. First off, I didn't know that there were certain Ethiopians in Africa that not only are Jewish, but practice intensely and are devote. This is the story of a family and a young boy in one of these villages who is being taught about the holiday that his family celebrates. Truly an interesting book that could cover the basis for a lot of different lessons or just to spark some new curiosity. ( )
  christian.mehalic | Apr 27, 2013 |
Depicts a young Ethiopian Jewish boy and his family, including their typcial daily routine followed by preparation for and celebration of the Sabbath. ( )
  STBA | Oct 19, 2007 |
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In honor of Erin & Marc Winski & the many Shabbats they will enjoy! Phyllis & Sherman Winski
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