Purim Goodies

Purim Goodies

by Amalia Hoffman
     
 

Purim Goodies is a beautifully illustrated children's book that tells about the many assorted ingredients related to the Purim Holiday and the importance of giving. The book also includes a Recipe for baking Hamantaschen as well as a glossary of Yiddish terms used throughout the story! Who could resist the tempting smell of fresh-baked Purim goodies? Kleineh Adella…  See more details below

Overview

Purim Goodies is a beautifully illustrated children's book that tells about the many assorted ingredients related to the Purim Holiday and the importance of giving. The book also includes a Recipe for baking Hamantaschen as well as a glossary of Yiddish terms used throughout the story! Who could resist the tempting smell of fresh-baked Purim goodies? Kleineh Adella and Groyseh Adella just can t. And so ... they nibble on the torte, dip into the pudding, pinch the mandelbrot and ... even though they don t mean to ... completely gobble up the hamantaschen. But when these mischievous young maids attempt to deliver the Purim goodies to the families of their employers best friends ... oy vey, oy vey, there are only leftovers on the tray! Seasoned with humor, sprinkled with Yiddish words, sweetened with luscious illustrations and a delicious hamantaschen recipe, this book is sure to whet your appetite.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789652293893
Publisher:
Gefen Publishing House
Publication date:
01/30/2007
Pages:
36
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Amalia Hoffman has exhibited widely in galleries and museums throughout the United States. Her intricate artwork has been featured in New York City's most prestigious stores where she created innovative window displays. Most recently, she illustrated Friday Night with the Pope by Jacques J. M. Shore. She is a recipient of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators 2005 Portfolio award in the category of Fantasy. Amalia grew up in Jerusalem, Israel, and celebrated Purim each year wearing a different costume. Nowadays she lives and works in Larchmont, New York, where she spends Purim with family, friends and lots of hamantaschen.

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