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Author:
DK Publishing
ISBN13:
978-0756609818
ISBN:
075660981X
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Publisher:
DK Children; Brdbk edition (December 25, 2006)
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Religions
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1673 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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426

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Series: My 1st Board Books. Board book: 36 pages. This has been a fun and helpful book for my little one. At first I thought that it was pointing to so many different body parts that it would be overwhelming but it has proven to be better than I had expected

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Counting the candles on the menorah and pointing out the Hebrew letters on a dreidel will aid in building early learning skills, while the scenes of children acting out the Passover story give insight into the holiday's traditions.
  • We are big fans of DK Publishing. This book is thorough, just like the Hanukkah one, and the Shabbat one.. and all the educational books that DK publishes. This is the one Passover book that I have found that covers the chometz, search for chometz, seder, seder plate and other ceremonial items...and the story of Exodus ALL IN ONE BOOK. It even has the music and words for Mah Nishtana. There are Real Life pictures - photos of actual objects, and real kids acting out the Exodus story. We have a couple of other Passover books, but they omit something important, as if they couldn't figure out how to integrate it into one book. If you only get one Passover book, this DK Publishing one is the one to get.

  • Board books are always a safe bet for our two year old grandson. The illustrations are colorful and captured his attention. The book is fun to read and just enough information to hold his attention in one reading. Another winner!

  • I like this book. Its a hard book the kids love to hold and talk about the holiday.The class like to hold the books we read in class and when they hold the book they like to share with each other what we learned in class.

  • This book appeared to have been in somebody's warehouse for far too long. The pages of the board book were all stuck together and needed to be pried apart.

  • I bought this for my 2 young grandchildren ages 2 and 4 and they loved this book-it is easy to hold and very sturdy so there are no issues with pages ripping.

  • I usually really like board books for my 2's class but I was a bit disapointed with this one. Whomever put this book together didn't understand how to be delicate about death and the horror that goes along with the Passover story for small children. I had to edit this book on the fly when reading it. The pictures and durability make it ok to leave out for the kids to peruse on their own, but I wouldn't repurchase this book.

  • All the "My First Broad Books" that I have purchased for my child have been a great learning experience for him.

  • This a sturdy board book illustrated with colorful photos. It contains a lot of text, and some of the vocabulary words, such as "sacrifice" and "slavery," are too difficult for the babies and toddlers who are the usual board book audience. The main problem with this format is that much of the information here would be better suited for a kindergarten-age child, who would be unlikely to find a board book appealing. The back cover says besides helping children develop their vocabulary, this will help them "develop their early reading skills," which is not the usual purpose of a board book. The color photos of children show a boy dressed as Pharaoh and a girl who is supposed to be Moses' mother placing a doll representing Moses in water, as well as children dressed as soldiers and slaves. Each plague is pictured in color, and they are worded in language young children can understand, such as "sick cows" for plague 5 and "scary darkness" for plague 9. Pictures of items showing "Passover colors," such as "brown nuts," blue yarmulke," and "white candle" seem meant for very young children, while the language and musical notation teaching the four questions, the meaning and origin of the Passover holiday, as well as pictures and description of the foods eaten on Passover and those on the Seder plate, seem to be written for older children.

    The editors have tried to incorporate too much into this board book, making it unsuitable for its intended audience. Board books What I Like about Passover by Varda Livney (Little, Simon, 2002) and Tomie dePaola's My First Passover (Putnam, 1991) are some better choices for introducing Passover to very young children.

    Ages preschool and younger.

    Reviewed by Andrea Davidson