Jewish Values: Let's Go Shopping

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Publication Year: 
2006
Number of Pages: 
24 p.
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Reflecting the everyday experiences of young children, this is the fourth book that Benenfeld has written and illustrated, preceded by I Go to School, Let's Go to Shul, and I Go to the Doctor. The point of view is Orthodox so on their shopping trip with Mommy, the two children make sure they do mitzvot, like holding the door open for a woman pushing a stroller and checking for the kosher labels on the food they buy. Their excursion takes them to the kosher butcher shop, the grocery store, the fish market, the produce market, the bakery, the Judaica gift shop, and the ice cream parlor. Hebrew words like bris and brocha that are used in the story are defined in the glossary. Cheerful illustrations match the cheerful text.
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ISBN: 
1929628209
Book ID: 
968
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
No
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