A photographic board book that focuses on family coming together to celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover.
Teach babies and toddlers about this important Jewish festival by exploring what happens during the Passover seder with this delightful photographic board book.
This primer features family and friends coming together to share a meal, tell stories and sing songs, and encourages little ones to participate in this special time. Children of all faiths will enjoy the bright photos and primary text that focuses on bringing family together to celebrate and observe a holiday tradition.
Monique Polak is the author of more than thirty books for young people. She is the three-time winner of the Quebec Writers' Federation Prize for Children's and YA Literature for her novels Hate Mail, What World is Left and Room for One More. In addition to teaching at Marianopolis College in Montreal, Monique is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in Maclean's Magazine, the Montreal Gazette and other Postmedia newspapers. She is also a columnist on ICI Radio-Canada's Plus on est de fous, plus on lit! In 2016, Monique was the CBC/Quebec Writers' Federation inaugural writer-in-residence. Monique lives in Montreal.
Passover Family uses beautiful photographs of a family gathering for the Passover meal. The sweet images and text will appeal to young readers and capture the spirit of this holiday by focusing on moments that would resonate with the experiences of little ones. -Resource Links
"Polak presents a highly accessible introduction to aspects of the Passover seder in this holiday board book…It's a warm and intimate look at Passover for the youngest of celebrants." -Publishers Weekly
"The small board book size will please both grandparents, parents and children who will turn these pages often as they remember their loving family events and look forward for those to come. Highly Recommended." -CM Magazine
"It is a perfect mood-setter and preparation for the youngest of family members who, before encountering the hubbub of the holiday, need some familiarity with its images and terms." -Jewish Book Council
Please select all options.