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Rifka Takes a Bow



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Rifka's parents are actors in the Yiddish Theater in New York, but one day Rifka finds herself center stage in a special role! A slice of immigrant life on New York's Second Avenue, this is a unique book about a vanished time and a place - the Yiddish theater in the early 20th century -- made real through the telling of the true life story of the 96-year-old author as a little girl.

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  • By Betty Rosenberg Perlov
  • Illustrated by: Cosei Kawa
  • 9.25"x11" (32 Pages)Ages 4-7, 8-11 Publisher: Kar-Ben, 2013




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