K-Gr 2 Tamar is getting ready to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, a fall harvest holiday recalling the time when the Israelites wandered in the desert and lived in huts. Each child in the neighborhood helps her to decorate her sukkah, or booth. When it is decorated to everyone's satisfaction, the friends enjoy some refreshments together. Tamar realizes, ``A sukkah full of friends is quite right. It is exactly what a sukkah should be.'' This very simple text and three-color illustrations convey the fun of Sukkot at a child's level and tells something about cooperation and friendship as well. Ruth Shire, Mount Vernon Pubic Lib . , N.Y.