Ultimate Sticker Book Passover
ISBN: 1465494855
EAN13: 9781465494856
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 12, 2021
Pages: 16
Format: Paperback

Ultimate Sticker Book Passover

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Book Overview

Teach little ones the traditions and stories of the Jewish Pesach Holiday through interactive reading with stickers. There are over 60 reusable stickers to complete

This little educational book is the perfect way to introduce children to the story of Moses and the exodus of Egypt, as well as the preparations for Passover in the modern home.

Inside this special little sticker book, you'll find:

- Activities that will encourage little ones to learn about Passover
- Interesting details about modern preparation for the festivities
- Lovely photos and illustrations that will captivate and engage children
- Over 60 reusable stickers that are easy to peel and stick to pages or for school projects and holiday cards

This colorful activity book engages children in the common elements of the Jewish holiday that they will see and hear about during the festivities. There are details on Seder meals with Matzo balls and brei, the types of food that are forbidden such as pasta and cake, and why unleavened bread is not eaten. They can fill in the pictures with the stickers of all these things as they read about it.

Alongside the pictures are bite-sized descriptions and information that is easy to read and suitable for children 5 years and up. It teaches children about why Pesach is celebrated and the history of the Jewish people. It goes all the way to when Moses was found in the reeds, then details the plagues of Egypt, and God freeing the Israelites from slavery.

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   Insensitive Image of “Egyptian” Child
A sticker, a photograph of a modern-looking boy of color, horrified me. It took me several minutes to figure out that the sticker represented the plague of the boils. Why would the editors choose such an image of a child suffering from a disease and looking like someone who could be a neighbor? I have removed the sticker, but I am not sure if I will give it to my granddaughters. DK is a reputable and well-established publishing company, but made a big mistake in presenting this image in this issue.