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Observance And Significance
by Avie Gold (Author)
This book, part of the popular ArtScroll Holiday Series, draws together
several elements of the day's history, underlying meaning, and
observances. It is a selection from many sources, each of its sections
filled with information and inspiration that, in combination, will add
flavor to the day for any reader.
Diane Wolkstein, Juan Wijngaard (Illustrator) / Paperback / Published
Just in time for Purim comes this lovely retelling of the story of
Esther, the young Jewish girl who became a Persian queen and saved her
fellow Jews from annihilation. Wolkstein casts this inspiring biblical
tale in the form of a diary.
Miriam Nerlove / School & Library
A young boy becomes caught up in the excitement of the Purim celebration
as the rabbi relates the tale of the courageous Queen Esther and the
Purim (Building Jewish Life)
Joel Lurie Grishaver / Paperback / Published 1988
Purim is both a fun and meaningful holiday. Making lots of noise when
Haman's name is read teaches us that when we work together we are
stronger than evil. The triumphant story of Esther teaches us that every
person can be a hero. Purim is both a fun and meaningful holiday.
Purim Goodies (Hardcover)
by Amalia Hoffman (Illustrator)
Purim Goodies is a beautifully illustrated children's book that
tells about the many assorted ingredients related to the Purim Holiday
and the importance of giving. The book also includes a Recipe for baking
Hamantaschen as well as a glossary of Yiddish terms used throughout the
Purim Its Observance and Significance
Hardcover / Published 1991
Mazor Guide for Purim brings you much more about the holiday, its
meaning and its traditions... See the links below.
||"Purim in Words and Pictures" recounts in detail
the extraordinary story of the miraculous reversal of fortune of
Persian Jewry in the days of Xerxes I, the emperor who is more
widely known as King Achashverosh. The story begins with King
Achashverosh’s grandiose party and ends with Mordechai’s appointment
as the Persian king’s top minister. The complicated story involves a
beauty contest, servants conspiring to kill the king, and an evil
plot by an evil man to eliminate the Jewish people. This informative
coloring book, which is based on the text of Megillat Esther (the
Scroll of Esther), also includes an overview of the main customs
and traditions associated with the celebration of the holiday.
Recommended for children between the ages of 6-11. Enjoy!
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