The title says it all. Each spread of this book features two side-by-side photos of items connected to the Sabbath: a beautifully set table, an array of Sabbath foods, a collection of Kiddush cups, and so forth. A couple of lines of verse direct the reader to find the seven (for the seven days of the week) small differences between the two photos. There are also two white candles hidden on every right-hand page. The verse is generic, but the book does convey some basic information, and there’s an additional note at the back. It’s a fun challenge. A nice choice for classrooms, where there are many children to use it — on an individual level, it won’t be much of a challenge after the first or second reading.
Spot the Difference: Shabbos
January 20, 2016
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