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After Papa loses his job during the Depression, Hannah s family moves to rural Minnesota, where she is the only Jewish child in her class. When her teacher tries to arrange carpools for a Saturday class picnic, Hannah is upset. Her Jewish family is observant, and she knows she cannot ride on the Sabbath. What will she do? A lovely story of friendship and community.
ISBN: 978-0-7613-5138-2 (Paperback)
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9 5/8 x 9 3/4
"This is a sweet story, based on fact, of a community accepting a stranger with a different religion."
"Kar-Ben Publishing, in its present location in Minneapolis, has issued an authentic Minnesotan Jewish story, in a high quality picture book. Hannah s Way is enthusiastically recommended for all Jewish and public library children s collections, and especially for all elementary school libraries."
Association of Jewish Libraries
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