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This is a moving and lovely book - and provides a different perspective on American Jewish history. Worth sharing with your children.Published 4 months ago by momat315
There are very few meaningful book for Passover beyond the age of 4-5. This story is about a boy in a southern state at the end of the Civil War whose family welcomes a Yankee... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Susan Meschel
My wife bought this book by accident - it was on a list of Passover books for children - and it is quite possibly the most reprehensible children's book I have ever read. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Charles Hirshberg
The pictures are wonderful and the story is - cut off before it gets going. I'm not sure why, as the subject matter lends itself to so much development. Read morePublished 20 months ago by CRE
Lee had surrendered and a family in the South is getting ready to celebrate Passover. Young Jacob is lamenting that he will never be a Rebel solider while eating a piece of matzo... Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by Jean Ferratier
This book is a grist story that teaches the importance of inclusion and diversity. A must read for all ages and excellent book for childrens book clubs. Definite A plus, plusPublished on July 22, 2012 by Kelli
I love the wealth of historical children's literature these days, especially in picture books. As a children's librarian, this is just one of so many wonderful new historical based... Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by Susan Kite
This book goes beyond its subject matter by its wise choice of point of view: a child who naturally resents an invader. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by R. WINN