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The Story of a Russian Emigre Boy By Tricia Brown 10"x8" (48 Pages)Ages 8-11 Publisher: Holt, 1994
Zev Tsukerman is a twelve-year-old boy who lives in San Francisco. He loves playing soccer and tag, working on his computer, and practicing kung fu. But his life hasn't always been so simple. Zev was born Jewish in the former Soviet Union, where he and his family were unable to practice their religion freely. Now in America Zev studies Hebrew and learns the prayers and practices of his faith. He can eat kosher foods and observe the Jewish holidays, wear a skull cap and still be a regular kid. Award-winning author Tricia Brown introduces us to one boy and through him gives us a picture of a culture and a way of life. Full-color photographs.
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