A Young Person's Guide to the Stories, Practices, and Prayers of Jewish Celebrations
Description: Jewish Holidays and Festivals details, in simple language, the beauty and eternal truths of the Sabbath, Sukkoth, and Chanukah, the story of Passover and its overriding importance in the Jewish faith, as well as Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Purim, and Shavot.
The authors, both Talmudic scholars, have written Jewish Holidays and Festivals with young people in mind to acquaint them with the wisdom of their faith. Each chapter explains the significance of the holiday as well as the history, the times of observance, rituals, prayers, stories and special foods that make each celebration unique. Complete with folklore, true or false questions, and special blessings, this is a true celebration that will instruct young readers in the customs of an ancient faith.
By Dr. Isidor Margolis and Rabbi Sidney L. Markowitz
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