Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast

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A resourceful big sister and helpful little brother set up breakfast in the family's newly decorated Sukkah and figure out a way to quietly enjoy it with some good friends while parents sleep.

Early risers on this Sukkot morning, Sadie and Ori are very excited, but they know they must not wake their parents. Admiring their decorative handiwork on the Sukkah they built last night, the siblings decide to bring breakfast out to the festive hut. Working together, they prepare a tray—"Sadie got the cereal. / Ori got the spoons. / Ori got the bowls. / Sadie got the milk." And when juice, challah rolls, cups and napkins make the tray too heavy, then—"Sadie got the juice. / Ori got the cups. / Ori got the napkins. / Sadie got the challah rolls," each bringing an item out to the Sukkah table, setting up "an elegant breakfast." Seeking to complete the experience with the required invited guests for this holiday meal, Sadie and Ori fill seats at their Sukkah table with a menagerie of favorite stuffed animal friends. Lively, colorful illustrations depict these independently capable preschoolers performing tasks with active joy, care and assurance, deftly matching the unadorned, sprightly text.

Blessings abound for the autumnal holiday, with these happy kids and (behind the scenes) grateful parents. (note)(Picture book. 3-6)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761356479
  • Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Series: Sukkot and Simchat Torah Series
  • Format: Library Binding
  • Pages: 24
  • Sales rank: 955,142
  • Age range: 3 - 6 Years
  • Product dimensions: 10.80 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2011

    This is a charming tale of how two young sisters celebrate their sukkuh breakfast during Sukkot ...

    Sadie smiled as she reached for her glasses and looked over at her little sister, Ori, as she snuggled up in her bed with her teddy bear. It was very early in the morning, too early for little children to be up and about, but it was a very special day. It was the first day of Sukkot and they were both anxious to "see if their sukkah decorations had lasted through the night." Sadie slipped on her fluffy pink slippers and led Ori to the back door to take a look at their sukkah out the window. The checkered table cloth was still on the table, their paper chains and popcorn strings still hung from the vined trellis. Their sukkah was beautiful and as perfect as it had been the day before when they set it up.

    The table and chairs in the sukkah were very inviting and Ori suggested they have breakfast there. Together they began to gather supplies in the kitchen and place them on a tray in preparation for their feast. Cereal, spoons, bowls, and milk. Juice, cups, challah rolls, and napkins made their way onto the tray, but when Sadie tried to lift it . . . "Whoops---too heavy!" Sadie and Ori began to take things out a little at a time to put on the sukkah table, but once they were settled they discovered that something was missing. "Daddy says that when we eat in the sukkah we are supposed to invite guests so that we can share our yummy food." Sadie was right, but would they be able to find some friends to share their breakfast so early in the morning?

    This is a charming tale of how two young sisters celebrate their sukkuh breakfast during Sukkot. When I read this story I could almost feel the excitement Sadie and Ori felt as they prepared to celebrate breakfast in their sukkuh. I especially enjoyed the two-page spread when they were "trying" to be quiet as they set up their breakfast supplies on the tray. The artwork is bold, colorful and meshes well with the story. There is a lovely little ingenious twist at the end that made me smile as they solved the dilemma of finding friends to share their special breakfast. This is an excellent story that any parent or caretaker can use to begin a child's religious education or simply read for enjoyment.


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