3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A great book, a great moral,
This review is from: It Could Always Be Worse: A Yiddish Folk Tale (Michael Di Capua Books) (Paperback)
My mother has read my this book sence I was 3 years old. I couldn't understand it when I was small, but the beautiful pictures of water colors brought it to life for me. As a got older a started to understand that it was about a poor man who lived in a small cabin and goes to the rabbi for help. The rabbi teaches him a lesson. THe story shows that you shouldn't take things for grandit, and be happy with what you have. I've loved this story sence I was 3, and still love it at 15.