Jewish Values: Entertainer and the Dybbuk, The

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Publication Year: 
2007
Number of Pages: 
180 p.
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In post-World War II Europe, a struggling American ventriloquist called The Great Freddie gets an offer of help with his act from a dybbuk, the ghost of a boy who was killed in the Holocaust. The dybbuk speaks for Freddy so that his ineptitude as a ventriloquist isn't visible and in gaining a voice, the dybbuk is able to speak out against the murder of himself and millions of others by the Nazis. Written with humor and compassion by an award winning author of many books for children, adults, and magicians, it is outstanding.
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ISBN: 
978-0-06-13445-9
Book ID: 
1187
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
Yes