Hi My wonderful readers,

Here are a few more wonderful reviews from our campaign! Check out the link in the second one! She added you to a list of other inclusive books for her may blog post that’s glowing!

This series of books are fun to read and teach small children lessons in life.  Each book a different lesson.

I hope you’ll take the time to check out this series of books. As a parent, you will enjoy reading them to your kids and will enjoy them yourselves.  Find on Amazon and Barnesnoble.com. Any questions please visit my website edwinradin.com and I’ll answer your questions as soon as I can.  Thank you and be safe.

Keep reading,

Edwin Radin

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Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

Full Text:
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and all opinions expressed are entirely my own.

The book follows two animals, a turtle and a penguin who sneak into a house during Passover. They are tempted by the smell of gefilte fish and end up stealing some. The following morning they feel guilty and take back the meal and ask for forgiveness. Such an entertaining book.

Would you purchase this book for yourself or a friend? Yes

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Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Full Text:
This book tells the story of two animals, a turtle and a penguin who sneak into a house in New Zealand during passover. They stumble upon the delicious smelling gefilte fish being served for the holiday, and can’t help but steal some! Later they feel guilty and apologize for stealing the fish, and are invited to enjoy passover with the family they stole from. The story ends with some information about Ashkenazi Jews and the traditions related to Passover as well as a recipe for Gefilte Fish.

This is a great story for teaching about diverse celebrations from the perspective of some fun animals. I think this book would be perfect for families and teachers of children in the age 5-10 range. The pages are usually text on one side and pictures on the other. The pictures are detailed and interesting. There is a fair amount of text per page so I would recommend it for mainly shared reading or read alouds with younger children but I think that older children who are able to read independently would enjoy the story as well. Thanks so much to Netgalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book!

Links:
https://teachreadinspire.wixsite.com/website/post/diversity-equity-and-inclusion-books-may-edition

Additional Questions:

Will you adopt this title for a course, curriculum, or classroom? Yes
Will you recommend that your students read or purchase this title? Yes