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Mishloach manot
folk-tales for the festivals

Authors - Edna Kremer ~ Haya Bar-Itzhak
Illustrator - ??

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Number of Pages - 103
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Summary
A collection of traditional Jewish folk-tales about the festivals, including a story about the trees that kissed each other on the eve of Tu Bishvat (the New Year for Trees), the poor man who cannot afford to buy food for Passover and writes a letter to God, or about the golden candelabra that blinds the robbers who come to steal it, and many other stories.
 
Publication Date
1986
 
Languages
Hebrew
 
Contributor
Jewish National and University Library - Israel
 
Publisher
Sifriat Poalim - Israel  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Sifriat Poalim.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.


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