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by Amy Schwartz

ePub Mrs. Moskowitz and the Sabbath Candlesticks download
Author:
Amy Schwartz
ISBN13:
978-0827603721
ISBN:
082760372X
Language:
Publisher:
The Jewish Publication Society (December 1, 1983)
Category:
Subcategory:
Growing Up & Facts of Life
ePub file:
1494 kb
Fb2 file:
1247 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
175

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Unpacking her Sabbath candlesticks, the widow celebrates the Sabbath among the boxes and begins to feel at home. But then her son brings her a box she left behind, in which she finds a pair of Sabbath candlesticks. The rediscovered candlesticks and her memories of past Sabbaths help her finally to think of the apartment as home. Moskowitz and her cat move from their house into a new .

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Mrs. Moskowitz and her cat move from their house into a new apartment and feel a little lost. They miss their house, filled with family memories. But then her son brings her a box she left behind, in which she finds a pair of Sabbath candlesticks. The rediscovered candlesticks and her memories of past Sabbaths help her finally to think of the apartment as home.

  • This is one of my favorite books since childhood. It always leaves a warm fuzzy feeling when I read it.

  • An older woman moves from her home to a small apartment with her cat. She expresses her sadness about leaving her home. As she unpacks she finds her Sabbath candlesticks. Cleaning them, she remembers the beautiful family dinners she had. The candlesticks motivate her to make her new apartment feel like her home as she welcomes her family for Sabbath dinner. A beautiful story about the sadness of an older person giving up the life she knew, and the strength of family in adjusting to a new life.

  • This book not only shows how the beauty of Shabbat permeates the home, but tell a story with literary merits all its own.

  • As a Librarian and Hebrew School teacher, I highly recommend this book - it's great for units on Shabbat, and life-cycle events as well as being fun for reading aloud.