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The Mitzvah Gang: A Sukkot Story (The Mitzvah Gang Series) Paperback – October 2, 2014
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"Thank you David, thanks so much.
It's a pleasure you to know.
And you too, Becky, Gabe and Leah,
Rachel, Jay and Speedy Joe."
It's a pleasure you to know? Most of the book is like this as the author attempts to make or force words to rhyme.
Needless to say, I want to return this book, but I can't because I waited too long and the return window is closed.
The story setting is in Tel Aviv, Israel. Everything in this delightful story rhymes. It's adorable and engaging. Each of the children in the "Mitzvah Gang" uses their natural talents to brighten the Sukkah festivities for little Nate and his family.The story is heartwarming, fun and educational. It also shares an essential message of what can be done when we work together. I loved this story and it has earned my highest recommendation. I can't wait for the next book in this series. My heartiest congratulations to Sarah Mazor for another remarkable children's book.
Reviewed by children's author, Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
This story is beautifully illustrated and written in a catchy rhyming verse. What a wonderful way to teach children about this Hebrew holiday and the importance of doing good deeds for others in need. Sarah even provides a glossary of the Hebrew terms explaining the meaning of Arba Minim, four species.
This is an entertaining, educational book that encourages good behavior and kindness to others in need. I highly recommend this delightful book and all books by MazorBooks. There will be more books about the Mitzvah Gang coming and I, for one, look forward to more heart-warming stories about them.
The story was very sweet and kind, and I like that the "Mitzvah gang" helped out in their own way, which is an important concept to introduce to the children - thinking outside the box, coming up with something creative.
The illustrations were lovely, as in all of Sara's books. Looking forward to the next installment in the series!