A Great Find

An illustrated children's book takes you through (half) the Jewish year.

November 26, 2010 16:21
1 minute read.
Hide & Seek in the Jewish Calendar

Hide & Seek in the Jewish Calendar 311. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Let me cut to the chase: Talented illustrator Rinat Gilboa is going to drive you (or your kids) mad in a series of Seek and Find missions. And you’ll probably enjoy it.

Gilboa has teamed up with noted writer and Jewish affairs commentator Einat Barzilai to produce a “Where’s Waldo?” kind of book with added educational value. The volume might be slim but it’s packed with information and fun.

Hide & Seek in the Jewish Calendar sends the reader chasing after Gadi and his family members in different festive settings, month after (Jewish) month. This first volume takes you from Rosh Hashana at the start of the Tishrei festivals and ends with Purim in Adar.


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