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Katherine Janus Kahn Illustrator. Sammy Spider yearns to celebrate Shabbat. He watches Josh set the festive table, and is especially fascinated when Mrs. Shapiro braids the challah. As the family gather's to welcome Shabbat, Sammy discovers that something unexpected has happened. Get A Copy. Paperback , 32 pages.
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Sort order. Apr 14, Susen Saeed rated it did not like it Shelves: text-set. Sammy the Spider wonders why he and his mother do not celebrate it too. Instead of spinning the web like his mother had asked, Spider continued to watch the Shapiro family as they prepared their Shabbat meal and celebration.
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He watches as the family unpacks, sets the table, and prepares dinner. Shapiro unpacked the grocery, Josh set up the dinner table with candles and with wine and kiddush cups. Josh helps his mother make a traditional braided Jewish bread called challah. Sammy spider wants to celebrate Shabbat so badly he learns how to spin his web in the same way that Josh learns to braid the challah bread. After a nap, Sammy the spider notices a hole in the web. Spider tells him Shabbat is the day of rest, he can fix it later! The story is a great way to introduce to children the special Jewish holiday Shabbat and the traditions held by people of this faith.
The author makes references to a few words in Jewish, but more importantly, the popular Jewish bread recipe is illustrated for children to learn how it is prepared. This story is beneficial for all children, especially for those who can relate to the characters. Mar 12, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: learning-about-the-world-and-cultur. What an entertaining book and a great read for children to learn about Judaism and Shabbat. Sammy the spider and his mom live right outside a Jewish home and he becomes fascinated with the family and their practices during Shabbat. He watches them make Challah bread, sing prayers, and eat a Shabbat dinner.
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This is a great cultural reference and a colorful book that can be used during the holidays to discuss various religious practices, or throughout the school year. I highly recommend it for all. Kay Lowenstein rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Amanda Hursch rated it liked it Oct 27, Jenna rated it it was amazing May 08, Paula Obermeier McCarty rated it liked it Jul 18, Brianna Soloski rated it it was amazing May 28, SlideShare Explore Search You. Submit Search.
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