Chil­dren’s

Rosh Hashanah

Julie Mur­ray
  • Review
By – August 21, 2014

This book uses pho­tographs, graph­ics and a clear, acces­si­ble font to pro­vide a sim­ple expla­na­tion of the hol­i­day geared to those with min­i­mal or no back­ground. Laws, cus­toms and tra­di­tions are described and impor­tant words are high­light­ed and defined at the back of the book. A note is includ­ed inform­ing the read­er that links to fur­ther infor­ma­tion about the hol­i­day can be found on the publisher’s web­site. Rec­om­mend­ed for ages 6 – 9.

Michal Hoschan­der Malen is the edi­tor of Jew­ish Book Coun­cil’s young adult and chil­dren’s book reviews. She has lec­tured on a vari­ety of top­ics relat­ing to chil­dren and books and her great­est joy is read­ing to her grand­chil­dren on both sides of the ocean. Michal lives in Great Neck, NY and Efrat, Israel.

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