Our daughter in law loved this, probably still laughing about it.Published 1 day ago by Mary L. Garrison
In this delightful take-off on those early childhood readers of yore, siblings Dick and Jane have grown up and are living in suburbia. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Silverstone
Very funny and anyone that read Dick and Jane and enjoy Jewish humor will enjoy this up to date version.Published 3 months ago by Jeanne Mean
Funnier than the yiddish is the way this sends up the wholesome dick and jane story line. It isn't deep or meaningful, and is pretty thin (after all, it's a picture book), but I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by glicker
Funny for a Jewish baby boomer. I remember the original book! I guess next we will see a Yiddish "Run Spot Run".Published 7 months ago by baby boomer
A student introduced me to this book, and I knew I had to buy my own copy. For anyone who recalls the "Dick and Jane" readers, with their all-wasp, idealized world, this... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shoe Prof
This book is a laugh-out-loud gem!! Anyone who has ever used the "Dick and Jane" readers will get a real kick out of this. Read morePublished 10 months ago by MADELEINE N. TIKTIN
Lots of fun for the beginning Yiddish learner--might have included some of the less frequently used words and wonderful Yiddish phrases.Published 11 months ago by rhoda gilinsky
Wonder why this was never used in grammar schools in the 40's & 50's.
Makes a cute gift for someone who would grew up with the original.