Apples and Honey: A Rosh Hashanah Lift-the-Flap (Lift-the-Flap, Puffin)

* Read # Apples and Honey: A Rosh Hashanah Lift-the-Flap (Lift-the-Flap, Puffin) by Joan Holub õ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Apples and Honey: A Rosh Hashanah Lift-the-Flap (Lift-the-Flap, Puffin) Great Book! Wandering Hoosier 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 Years cards, getting dressed for synagogue, blowing the shofar, having dinner, and gathering with the family. I notice something new in the book each time I read it. The book never fails to ma

Apples and Honey: A Rosh Hashanah Lift-the-Flap (Lift-the-Flap, Puffin)

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Rating : 4.61 (692 Votes)
Asin : 0142501360
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 16 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-07-20
Language : English

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Great Book! Wandering Hoosier 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, having dinner, and gathering with the family. I notice something new in the book each time I read it. The book never fails to make me hungry for app. Logical Mom said Super-loved book. My "Super-loved book" according to Logical Mom. My 2 year old and Super-loved book My 2 year old and 3.5 year old love this book we read it and re-read it about a hundred times in preparation for, and during Rosh Hashanah. Lovely pictures, easy to use flaps. The text is pretty good, or you can talk about the pictures in your own way.People are wearing kippas, there is a synagogue scene, family scenesMake sure you read this book WITH your kids, because it is not a board book - the pages are heavy cardstock , and kids require supervision so they don't rip it.. .5 year old love this book we read it and re-read it about a hundred times in preparation for, and during Rosh Hashanah. Lovely pictures, easy to use flaps. The text is pretty good, or you can talk about the pictures in your own way.People are wearing kippas, there is a synagogue scene, family scenesMake sure you read this book WITH your kids, because it is not a board book - the pages are heavy cardstock , and kids require supervision so they don't rip it.. year old and Super-loved book My 2 year old and 3.5 year old love this book we read it and re-read it about a hundred times in preparation for, and during Rosh Hashanah. Lovely pictures, easy to use flaps. The text is pretty good, or you can talk about the pictures in your own way.People are wearing kippas, there is a synagogue scene, family scenesMake sure you read this book WITH your kids, because it is not a board book - the pages are heavy cardstock , and kids require supervision so they don't rip it.. .5 year old love this book we read it and re-read it about a hundred times in preparation for, and during Rosh Hashanah. Lovely pictures, easy to use flaps. The text is pretty good, or you can talk about the pictures in your own way.People are wearing kippas, there is a synagogue scene, family scenesMake sure you read this book WITH your kids, because it is not a board book - the pages are heavy cardstock , and kids require supervision so they don't rip it.. Not bad Panda Anavriton Cute book goes over Rosh Hashahah preparations. Keeps baby's intrest with all the little flaps. Would be nice if the book was a little more substantial (thicker paper) because it tends to get beaten up pretty quickly.However, the craft idea in the back is terrible. Wish they hadn't just thrown it something that simplistic and silly.Not a bad purchase overall.

This book provides a perfect way to begin teaching young readers about the meaning and traditions of this special holiday. 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 sweet new year. Illustrated by Cary Pillo. Rosh Hashanah is here and it's the beginning of a new year

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