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7 edition of Passover is here! found in the catalog.

Passover is here!

by Bobby Pearlman

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  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Little Simon in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Passover -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Seder -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Toy and movable books -- Specimens,
  • Passover -- Fiction,
  • Seder -- Fiction,
  • Holidays -- Fiction,
  • Toy and movable books

  • About the Edition

    A young boy participates in the Passover tradition of asking the four questions during the Seder, as a family remembers its heritage. Lift the flaps to discover why certain foods are eaten and why certain questions are asked during this holiday.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Bobby Pearlman ; illustrated by Christel Desmoinaux.
    GenreJuvenile fiction., Specimens., Fiction.
    SeriesLift-the-flap book, Lift-the-flap book (Little Simon)
    ContributionsDesmoinaux, Christel.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM695.P3 P38 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3437989M
    ISBN 100689865872
    LC Control Number2005295974
    OCLC/WorldCa57532777

    From the biblical history of Passover we know it was first kept during the last of the 10 plagues, when the Israelites were still slaves in Egypt. What is Passover and what is the meaning of Passover? According to the biblical history of Passover it is a feast, a sacrifice to the Lord, an ordinance which was to be kept as a memorial for ever. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Passover Is Here!: Passover Is Here! at

    It celebrates all 15 parts of the Seder and presents the Passover story in dramatic fashion with gorgeous full-page illustrations, just enough Hebrew, and even lyrics to popular Seder songs. Rabbinically approved, PASSOVER engages the entire family for a truly memorable Seder experience. This book is also available as a PDF download (text only).   It’s finally here! I'm proud and excited that our first e-cookbook, “4 Bloggers Dish: Passover; Modern Twists on Traditional Flavors” is ready to purchase. Yahtzee! Four award winning food writers put together over 50 kosher for Passover recipes for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience.

    Passover, or Pesach in Hebrew, is one of the three major pilgrimage festivals of ancient Israel and commemorates the Exodus from Egypt. Its name comes from the miracle in which God “passed over” the houses of the Israelites during the tenth plague. Centered on the family or communal celebration of the seder (ritual meal), Passover is one of the most beloved of all Jewish holidays.   Friday night, Jews around the world sat down to a Passover Seder — a ritual that involves, among other things, retelling the story of the Israelite .


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book January 1, out of 5 stars 5 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(5). Get this from a library. Passover is here!. [Bobby Pearlman; Christel Desmoinaux] -- A young boy participates in the Passover tradition of asking the four questions during the Seder, as a family remembers its heritage.

Lift the flaps to discover why certain foods are eaten and why. Biblical Readings for Passover | My Jewish Learning. Passover, Hebrew Pesaḥ, or Pesach, in Judaism, holiday commemorating the Hebrews’ liberation from slavery in Egypt and the “passing over” of the forces of destruction, or the sparing of the firstborn of the Israelites, when the Lord “smote the land of Egypt” on the eve of the festival thus marks the first and most momentous event in Jewish history.

- A selection of Passover-related books for children to enjoy. See more ideas about Passover, Books, Kids pins. Misconception: The Israelites ate the Passover meal on Nisan Fact: God commanded the Israelites to slaughter a lamb just after sunset on Nisan 14 and to eat it on the same night.(Exodus 6, 8) The Israelites measured their day from sunset to sunset.(Leviticus ) Thus, the Israelites slaughtered the lamb and ate the Passover meal at the start of Nisan   P assover is nearly here, The celebration of Passover is here!

book is prescribed in the book of Exodus in the Old Testament (in Judaism, the first five books of Moses are called the Torah). The Passover and the Festival of Unleavened Bread (). 12 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron in Egypt, 2 “This month is to be for you the first month, the first month of your year.

3 Tell the whole community of Israel that on the tenth day of this month each man is to take a lamb [] for his family, one for each household. 4 If any household is too small for a whole lamb, they must share one.

Lift the flaps to uncover the tale of the Jewish holiday's origins in Passover Is Here. ($7). The interactive book explains why the four questions are asked, and the meaning behind traditional. But now that Passover is almost here, the day is coming when being the littlest Levine means having a very big role indeed.

More Than Enough: A Passover Story by April Halprin Wayland When we sing "Dayenu" ("it would have been enough") during the Passover seder, we're singing about Torah, Shabbat, and freedom. Book Cover Image (jpg): Passover Is Here.

Trade Paperback ( MB) Passover Is Here. Passover Is Here. By Bobby Pearlman. Illustrated by Christel Desmoinaux. Trade Paperback. LIST PRICE $ PRICE MAY VARY BY RETAILER. Buy from Us; Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today!Released on: Febru   Passover is one of the most important festivals in the Jewish calendar.

(The Hebrew word here is orov meaning mixture and in Jewish On the last day of Passover a passage from the Book. Book Mark. Search. Sign in or Register. passover is here. Bobby Pearlman, illus. by C. Desmoinaux Lift the flaps to discover why certain foods are eaten and why certain questions are asked in this celebration of freedom for the Hebrew people.

Passover's Origins. Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) is a major Jewish spring festival celebrating freedom and family as we remember the Exodus from Egypt more than 3, years main observances of this holiday center around a special home service called the seder seder סֵדֶר "Order;" ritual dinner that includes the retelling of the story of the Israelite's Exodus from Egypt; plural.

Passover Book. Activity. Passover Book. Here is a guide to making a felt busy book that's perfect for focusing on specific learning areas with your child.

Preschool. Social studies. Here’s a list of books specially selected by Book Passage. There may be a ‘shelter in place’ order now but that doesn’t stop the upcoming celebrations for Easter and Passover. While both holidays are about delivery from a state of despair, both also celebrate spring and hope.

Here’s a list of books specially selected by Book Passage. The signs of Spring are everywhere, and that means it’s time to clean & decorate the house, prepare the seder feast, and welcome family over to celebrate Passover. It’s a Jewish Holiday. Get this from a library. Passover is here!: a lift-the-flap book.

[Bobby Pearlman; Christel Desmoinaux] -- A young boy participates in the Passover tradition of asking the four questions during the Seder, as a family remembers its heritage.

Lift the flaps to discover why certain foods are eaten and why. Passover takes place in the spring, during the Hebrew month of Nisan. In Western countries, Passover is celebrated in early- to mid-April and is always close to Easter.

The book of Exodus tells of the origin of Passover. God promised to redeem His. Passover, on the other hand, is a holiday at which you’re told exactly what and when to eat, and the story read aloud around the table allows for zero improvisation.

As a kid, I took Passover very seriously, especially because so much of the ritual .The Passover story comes from the first half of the Book of Exodus in the Bible. These pages describe the Jewish people’s plight under slavery in Egypt, and their subsequent escape to freedom.

Find kid-friendly versions of the Passover story here.