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Kiddish Yiddish: Jewish Traditions & Culture in Rhyme

by Barbara Feltquate

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A series of limericks and rhymes to describe common Yiddish and Hebrew words.
  TammyBB | Jul 25, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0977819930, Hardcover)

From Bagel to Shalom, this children's glossary of Jewish words in rhyme follows three generations of a family through a year of holidays, rituals and traditions. Poems and illustrations tell stories in the loving way grandparents share memories with their offspring, while encouraging further discussion about the rich contribution of Hebrew and Yiddish to our language and society. Ideal for parents, grandparents and teachers that take pleasure in reading with children and exploring the ABCs of Jewish culture in an evocative, fun-filled way.

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