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November 01, 2002 - Image 120

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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A Gift
Of Friendship

C

ould Lily's life be
any more dreary?
It's 1944, and
Lily is spending
the summer with her fami-
ly near the Atlantic Ocean.
Lily's best friend has just
moved and there is posi-
tively no one left to play
with.
Then, a strange little
boy comes to stay. His
name is Albert, he is from
Hungary and a secret is
sewn into his coat.

Lily's Crossing by Patricia
Reilly Giff (Bantam
Doubleday Dell Books for
Young Readers; $5.50), a
1998 Newbery Honor
Book, is the story of a
young girl, friendship and
a changing world.
Best known for her
humorous works focusing
on the Polk Street Kids,
Giff takes a different path
in Lily's Crossing, tackling the chal-
lenges and difficulties even young
children must face.
Giff remembers well what the
world was like in 1944, and said she
has long wanted to write about it.
With this book, she writes, "I
wanted to tell my readers that even
though the times are different now,

people have_ always worried about
the same things ... loss and separa-
tion, the future, and sometimes war.
I want readers to know that love and
friendship make a difference."
During the Book Fair, a play
based on the book Lily's Crossing will
be performed for children aged 6
and older. El

Family Fare At Book Fair

• Lily's Crossing. ArtsPower National Touring Theatre's play, based on the
book, is for children aged 6 and older, 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, at the
Jewish Community Center in Oak Park. Charge: $8, or $5 for JCC mem-
bers. Children's songs with Elaine Serling at 1:45 p.m.

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• Jerome's Jam: Lorraine "Rainey" Friedman speaks on her.book for
preschoolers, their siblings and families, 1. p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at the
Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield. No charge.

• Shhhema and Sweet Dreanzzz: Jewish bedtime program for single-parent
families with children aged 8 and younger, and their grandparents, 2 p.m.
in West Bloomfield.
Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Jewish Communit y
Charge: $5 for each child. Reservation deadline: Nov. 13. RSVP to Linda
Orbach-Shear: (248) 205-2542; e-mail orbach-shear@ajedetroit.org ; or
send a check, payable to Single Jewish Parents Network, to SJPN, 6735
Telegraph Road, Suite 370, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301.

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