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October 11, 2002 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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• Are you battling with your
child over food?

• Is your child sneaking food?

This book is like a bowl of chicken _
soup that's good, but clearly is missing
something to make it great. You keep
eating because you're hungry, but it's
never satisfying.
Chicken Soup By Heart is the story
of a boy, Rudie, and his friendship
with an elderly woman, Mrs. Gittel,



• Is your child gaining too
much weight?

Let's Nosh by Amy Wilson Sanger.
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• Do weight problems
run in your family?

If you've ever had the urge to kiss a
baby's toes and say, "Yummy,
yummy, yummy!" then this is the
perfect book for you.
It's so sweetly delicious, so darn
cute — in every good
sense of the word.
Let's Nosh is a board
book of Jewish foods.
There is tzimmes, a
knish, gefilte fish,
chopped liver, kugel,
matzah, lox, hamentashen
and more. The author-
artist has illustrated each
food by cutting and tear-
ing bits .of paper and
cloth to make the food's
shape, which is placed
on a background that
looks like a napkin.
Every one pictured looks
real enough to eat.
And the story itself is
fun:

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"Slurp a sip of chicken
soup with floating matzah
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whom he calls the
Chicken Soup Queen.
Mrs. Gittel has the flu
one day. She's so sick, she
can't even let him in to
visit.
Rudie knows just what
to do.
"I'm cooking you chick-
en soup," he calls. "You'll
be good as new tonight."
But Rudie doesn't just
need the usual ingredients.
He knows Mrs. Gittel
likes her soup sweet; that
is, filled with sweet stories.
(A page at the back offers
Rudie Dinkins' Chicken
Soup Recipe, including,
"Stir in three very nice stories about
your soon-to-be soup-eater!")
In the end, Rudie is sitting with
Mrs. Gittel, eating soup, and she is
about to tell a story of "how such a
nice boychik saved the Chicken Soup
Queen."
The illustrations are lovely, and the
text is nice enough, though some fam-
ilies will find it off-putting that the
author makes it a point of saying that
Rudie's mother goes to work on
Saturday.

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Chopped liver spread on dark ?ye
bread tastes best with extra schmaltz.
Here's a scoop of noodle kugel in my
fancy-schmancy bowl,
Next to fruit-filled hamentaschen and
some nutty rugelach rolls."
The back of this small book, perfect
for tiny hands, is a translation of each
food's name, just in case you've never
tried rugelach, that delicious pastry.
What a wonderful little treasure,
and s0000000000 yummy. ❑

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