Matzoh Mouseby Lauren L. Wohl, Pamela Keavney
On the first night of Passover, after the Seder and stories and songs are done, the family gathers in the living
The boxes of goodies for Passover have been sitting behind the big chair for weeks now. And every time Sarah goes near them, it gets harder and harder for her to obey the warning on the sides of the boxes. Finally, the temptation becomes overwhelming.
On the first night of Passover, after the Seder and stories and songs are done, the family gathers in the living room for dessert. Sarah's mother brings out the tray full of sweets, but there is no chocolate-covered matzoh, Sarah's favorite. If anyone suspects who the Matzoh Mouse was, no one says a thing, until the mischievous conclusion of this gentle and lovely story.
Lauren Wohl's simple tale of a very real little girl is brought beautifully to life by Pamela Keavney's richly colored paintings.
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