1 edition of Apples and Honey found in the catalog.
Apples and Honey
by Tandem Library
Written in English
|Contributions||Jan Barger Cohen (Illustrator)|
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Apples and Honey is a great book for preschool children and infants. It tells the story of Rosh Hashanah through pictures and commentary. The lift-the-flap concept is a wonderful part of the book and really adds to the story.
Joan Holub writes about picking apples, making New Year's cards, getting dressed for synagogue, blowing the shofar › Books › Children's Books › Holidays & Celebrations.
Apples and Honey book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Rosh Hashanah is the autumn holiday when Jewish families combine re Apples & Honey Press.
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So you can imagine how thrilled I was when this little number from Apples & Honey Press rolled across my desk one :// Later, at the family table, the kids share apples and honey with Mom and Dad. This delightful picture book depicts a typical Jewish family as they celebrate one of the year's most important holidays.
The traditional warmth of the Jewish holidays are reflected in cheerful and attractive little stories that speak not only to Jewish children but › Books › Children's Books › Religions. This book provides a perfect way to begin teaching young readers about the There are so many exciting things to do.
The children make New Year's cards to send to family and friends, they go to temple and hear dad blow the shofar, and after a delicious dinner they dip apples in honey and hope for a My daughter has been going to Apples and Honey for the past 18 months.
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Jews dip apple slices into honey and say a prayer asking God for a sweet New Year. There are three steps to this ritual: 1. Say the first part of the prayer, which is a blessing thanking God for the apples:.