Description: The Narrowest Bar Mitzvah: When a water main bursts outside the synagogue on the eve of Alex's Bar Mitzvah, Grandpa saves the day, moving the service and celebration to the extremely narrow house he built years ago. In the process the family discovers the real meaning of Bar Mitzvah.
The Return of Morris Schumsky: On the morning of Rebecca's wedding, Grandpa--the irrepressible Morris Schumsky--disappears. In the midst of last minute wedding preparations, the family is suddenly faced with the prospect that some harm has befallen Morris, unaware that he is secretly planning to make Rebecca's celebration far more meaningful than anyone had dreamed possible.
By Steven Schnur
Illustrated by: Victor Lazzaro
7.5" x 9" (108 Pages)Ages 4-7, 8-11 Publisher: Backinprint.com, 2001
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