Bar Mitzvah Lessons

Bar Mitzvah Lessons

by Martin Elsant
     
 

David Silverberg is the worst bar mitzvah student in all of recorded history. His silent vow to scare off any bar mitzvah teachers that come his way has been successful- he has been thrown out of five Hebrew schools. But David can't help feeling bad when he sees his dad slumped over the dining room table in exasperation.

Finally, David's father takes him to

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Overview

David Silverberg is the worst bar mitzvah student in all of recorded history. His silent vow to scare off any bar mitzvah teachers that come his way has been successful- he has been thrown out of five Hebrew schools. But David can't help feeling bad when he sees his dad slumped over the dining room table in exasperation.

Finally, David's father takes him to the local garage where the rebellious rabbi, Reuven Weiss, fixes cars. Reuven, too, has been kicked out of a Jewish school where he used to be a teacher-but he is the Silverbergs' last hope.

This touching novel tells how Reuven and David change each other's lives and how David grows to reach his bar mitzvah.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781881283010
Publisher:
Alef Design Group
Publication date:
01/28/1995
Pages:
84
Product dimensions:
4.28(w) x 6.77(h) x 0.34(d)
Age Range:
12 - 14 Years

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