The King's famous and exotic collection of rare birds refuses to sing, until he calls in the wise Rabbi Zusya.
Rabbi Meshulam Zusya of Hanipoli is well known in Hassidic folklore for his simplicity, modesty, and benevolence. Born in Galicia in the late 18th century, he spent his early years wandering from place to place with his brother Elimelech. After settling in Hanipoli, he became a leader among the Hassidim.
- By Miriam Aroner
- Illustrated by: Shelly O. Haas
- 8"x9.75" (26 Pages)Ages 4-7 Publisher: Kar-Ben, 1993