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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-15

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than 500 colleges, considering
such issues as kosher food, en-
rollment and Jewish studies
courses.
This handy guide also has com-
ments from students — from "dy-
namic, engaging and innovative
as possible" (at Washington Uni-
versity in St. Louis) to "I would
like to see more people come out
to enjoy social events, learning,
the Sabbath or any other activity
which makes a person Jewish" (at
the University of Toronto).
aggadah collectors and fans
everywhere: just in time for
the holiday comes the
Shocken Passover Hag-
gadah (Schocken). Edited by
Nahum Glatzer, this book is in
English and Hebrew and features
illustrations from Haggadot of
years past.
Included are:
*An 1864 etching of a seder
from Italy
*From 1712 Holland, a picture
of the Temple
*The title page of a Haggadah
designed by Holocaust survivors
immediately after the war
Also featured are contemporary
scholars' comments on the seder
and the holiday.
iriam and Samuel live
with their children Es-
ther, Elisheva, Abigail,
Yehuda, David and
Joseph. And when they complain
that it's too much commotion,
their rabbi tells them to bring in
a cow.
A cow? Into their home? Miri-
am and Samuel are confused, but
they follow the rabbi's advice
nonetheless.
Later, the rabbi tells the fami-
ly that, in addition to the cow, they
should add a donkey and a goat to
their home. "In the middle of the
night, after everyone was already
asleep, the boat bleated `BAA-
BAA-BAA' and ate Yehuda's blan-
ket."
The classic tale, "How Could It
Be Worse?" is included in the new
Ten Best Jewish Children's
Stories (Pitspopany Press) by
Daniel and Chana Sperber and il-
lustrated by Jeffrey Allon.
It's fun reading (no matter how
many times you hear these sto-
ries, they never get old), and the
pieces always feature a moral
message. (In "How Could It Be
Worse?" the family finally escorts
the goat, cow and donkey out of
their home, suddenly finding it
blissfully quiet.)
Also included are "Yosefs Love
for the Sabbath," the story of a
poor man who, despite a landlord's
threat, refuses to work on the Sab-
bath (he later is rewarded with a
fish carrying a diamond in his bel-
ly) and the wonderful "God's Hid-
den Way," a story of a prophet,
miracles and one answer to the
question, "Why do good people suf-
fer and wicked men prosper?"
Daniel Sperber is professor of
Talmud at Bar-Ilan University,
and his wife teaches English. ❑

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