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Dinosaur on Passover
ISBN: 9781580131568
Author: Rauchwerger, Diane Levin
Publisher: Kar-Ben Publishing
Published: March 2006
Retail: $15.95    OUR PRICE: $1.00
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Annotation: An enthusiastic dinosaur comes to a young boy's house to join him in celebrating Passover. In silly, rhyming text, the reptile tries to help perform the holiday rituals: removing the forbidden foods, preparing the horseradish, singing the four questions, drinking the wine, retelling the story of the Exodus, eating matzah, searching for the afikomen, and welcoming the prophet Elijah. While his size, enthusiasm, and clumsiness wreak havoc on the family Seder, by the end of the story he is curled up in a heap fast asleep.
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Physical Information: 0.30" H x 10.18" L x 8.72" W
Bargain Category: Religious, Picture Books, Holiday/Seasonal, Early Elementary, $1 Books!
 
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Reviewed by Horn Book Guide Reviews (Horn Book Guide Reviews 2006 Fall)
Energetic couplets and cartoon-style illustrations combine to depict a raucous Seder hosted by a family that happens to have a rambunctious dinosaur as its only guest. Plenty of information about the holiday is provided in the singsongy verse. An endnote offers additional facts. Copyright 2006 Horn Book Guide Reviews.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2006 April)

PreS-K -The friendly, oversize creature from Dinosaur on Hanukkah (Lerner, 2005) returns to celebrate Passover with a boy and his family. In silly, rhyming text, the reptile tries to help perform the holiday rituals: removing the forbidden foods, preparing the horseradish, singing the four questions, drinking the wine, retelling the story of the Exodus, eating matzah, searching for the afikomen , and welcoming the prophet Elijah. While his size, enthusiasm, and clumsiness wreak havoc on the family Seder, by the end of the story he is "curled up in a heap" fast asleep. The illustrations are bright and sophisticated, complementing the cheery mood of the text. A brief endnote explains Passover, but the book will be best enjoyed by children already familiar with the holiday.-Rachel Kamin, Temple Israel Libraries & Media Center, West Bloomfield, MI

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