As Naomi comes vividly to life, you cannot help but feel what she is going through in her dealings with the formidable Miss Bailey and her Home Economics class, complete with non-kosher kitchen, in the local public school. Then there is Rena, all alone, stuck in a broken elevator inside an empty museum. In other stories, the struggling owners of a small grocery store in the years of the Great Depression still manage to do kindness and gemillas chesed. Read about the amazing transformation of a girl called Milly;and then for anyone who has ever had a dream, yearning for it to come true, there is the story of Elisheva and a certain special coat.
In sum, this is a book of Jewish incidents with Jewish values, down to earth and true to life, that are worth reading and worth remembering.
(Originally published in 1983)
- ITEM #: 2084
- Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5
- ISBN: 978-0-87306-335-7
- Weight: 0.6000 lbs
- Binding: Paperback / 158 pages
- Published by: Feldheim Publishers
Excellent Kosher reading matirial.