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Passover : festival of freedom —Polak, Monique, author.

"There's more to Passover than prayers and matzo. Celebrate Passover with personal stories from people who keep the ancient traditions of Passover alive in the modern world"--Cover.

Passover —Jones, Grace, 1990- author.

"The title presents an overview of Passover, touching on the festival's main traditions, significance, and celebrations" -- Provided by publisher.

The art of Passover

Gathered from across the centuries and around the world, this collection of Passover art and objects is at once a stunning visual treasury and fascinating chronicle of Jewish life in the Middle Ages to the present day.

The Passover lamb —Marshall, Linda Elovitz.

Miriam has especially looked forward to the Passover seder at her grandparents' home because it is her first year to ask the four questions, but the unexpected arrival of triplet lambs complicates her family's plans.

Sarah's Passover —Bullard, Lisa, author.

Explains the significance of the holiday, discussing the traditional foods and customs.

Passover —Fishman, Cathy Goldberg.

Describes the celebration of Passover, the holiday that commemorates the exodus of the Jews out of ancient Egypt.

The magician : an adaptation from the Yiddish of I.L. Peretz —Shulevitz, Uri, 1935-

An old couple with neither food nor candles to celebrate Passover receive a mysterious visitor who supplies everything they need.

Passover family —Polak, Monique, author.

"A photographic board book that focuses on family coming together to celebrate the Jewish festival of Passover."-- Provided by publisher.

Passover —Rose, David W.

Introduces the traditions and customs associated with the celebration of Passover and with the seder meal.

Matzah belowstairs —Meyer, Susan, 1960- author.

A family of mice has no matzah for their Passover seder until Miriam, whose job is to forage, gets some unexpected help from the family that lives abovestairs. Includes facts about Passover.

The Passover guest —Kusel, Susan, author.

In Washington, D.C., during the Great Depression, Muriel and her family have no money to prepare the seder meal until a mysterious stranger performs a Passover miracle. Includes notes on the Passover holiday, the Great D...

Pippa's Passover plate —Kirkfield, Vivian, author.

Pippa Mouse is hustling and bustling to get ready for her Seder. But where is her special Passover plate? A curious cat, a slithering snake, an old owl, and a goldfish will all play a part in this Passover puzzle.

The story of Passover —Simon, Norma.

Describes the origins and traditions of Passover, in particular the special meal called the Seder.

A sweet Passover —Newman, Lesléa.

By the end of the eight days of Passover, Miriam is tired of eating matzah, and it is up to her grandfather and his recipe for matzah brei, a sort of Passover version of French toast, to show her the true meaning of the ...

Meet the Matzah : a Passover story —Silberberg, Alan, author.

A zany retelling of the Passover story that depicts an earnestly elusive matzah who tells his class about how the Hebrews fled Egypt to freedom, while a heckling slice of sourdough cracks jokes.

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