The Little Red Hen and the Passover Matzah
|Rating||:||4.52 (722 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||28 Pages|
She asksher friends for help planting grains. Sorry, bub, neighsHorse. Think again, barks Dog. Of course, the Little Red Hen does it all herself. Little Red Hen must make matzah for Passover. A classic tale gets a Jewish twist in this hilarious story."
"True family book" according to M. J. Jones. I bought this book as a present for adult family members. The children and adults loved it. It is especially good for demonstrating the sharing values of Passover. Truly a book for the entire family to enjoy.. Fabulous! J. Tuttle Adults and children alike will enjoy this book. It follows the traditional Red Hen story and then has a wonderful "Jewish" twist at the end.. Beautiful story of kindness and Passover Amazon Customer This is a beautiful book about hard work, kindness, forgiveness, Passover (Pesach), and how matzah is made. It even tells you how to make homemade matzah at the end. But even if it didn't include anything about Passover in it, I would still love reading this book to my son- for it's tale of hard work, getting things done despite obstacles, and forgiving others.
From School Library Journal Starred Review. When they show up at the Passover Seder, the hen scolds, "What chutzpah!" Ultimately, however, they repent and the hen forgives them because she is a mensch. . All ends happily as they make up for their earlier bad behavior by doing the dishes. The Yiddish vocabulary and speech patterns will have Jewish adults rolling in the aisles, and children will enjoy the merging of familiar Passover and folktale elements. The droll ink, watercolor, and pastel cartoon illustrations have a friendly charm that makes a nice contrast with the story's wry humor. It's entertaining to those in the know, but readers unfamiliar with the h