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November 16, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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BOOKS

Children's books
for Chanukah

A number of books have been
published in recent months for
children that are about the holi-
day of Chanukah, or would make
suitable children's gifts for the
holiday. They include:
A Picture Book of Chanukah
(Holiday House), written by
David A. Adler and illustrated by
Linda Heller. The historical
episodes which form the basis of
the celebration are recounted in
simple prose for very young chil-
dren.
Joshua in the Promised Land
(Clarion/Ticknor and Fields), by
Miriam Chaikin. A faithful retel-
ling of the biblical account. The
adventure-filled saga of Joshua's
leading the Israelites into Canaan
is brought to life for children of
elementary school age. The book
is illustrated with original wood-
cuts.
Celebrating Life: Jewish Rites
of Passage (Holiday House), by
Malka Drucker. An account of the
life-cycle events in Jewish tradi-
tion from birth to death. The book
can be understood by someone as
young as 10 years and enjoyed by
people of all ages. A description of
each ceremony, its variations and
historical background are accom-
panied by interesting black-
and-white photographs and/or re-
productions.
The Odd Potato: A Chanukah
Story (Kar-ben Copies), by Eileen
Bluestone Sherman and illus-
trated by Katherine Janus Kahn.
This story is about two children
trying to celebrate the holiday de-
spite the death of their mother 18
months before. The story shows
how difficult the holidays can be
for someone who has suffered a
loss or is alone.
Zeydeh (Simcha Publishing),
written by Moshe Halevi Spero
and illustrated by Marilyn Hirsh.
The book is written to help chil-
dren understand the laws and
customs of the Jewish mourning
period, and understand the loss of
a loved one. It deals with emo-
tional and behavioral changes
which occur at such a time.
I Love Chanukah (Holiday
House), written and illustrated by
Marilyn Hirsh. A grandfather
tells the story of Chanukah to his
three-year-old grandson.
The Chanukah of Great Uncle
Otto (Jewish Publication Society),
written by Myron Levoy and illus-
trated by Donna Ruff. A child
helps an old man deal with old
age.
All in My Jewish Family (Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions), written by Kenneth Rose-
man with photographs by Arthur
Leipzig. This book gives children
an opportunity to trace some of
their family, tree and at the same
time explains the many areas in
the world where Jews live.

NEWS

Funds for BGU

New York (JTA) — Some $2.5
million was raised recently for
Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev in Israel at a dinner of the
university's associates in New
York.

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