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Home Book Collections Passover / Pesach

Passover / Pesach

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Passover / Pesach

Mrs. Katz and Tush

 

 

 

 

When is it?

  • 15th day of the Hebrew month of Nisan, celebrates for 7-8 days
  • In the Gregorian calendar this usually falls in late March to April.

Read:

Discuss:

  • What is it called ‘Passover’?
  • What are the four questions? Why are they important?
  • What is a seder? What does it mean when something symbolizes a bigger idea??
    What do each of the foods shared during this meal symbolize? How do these practices like this help people of faith remember their history?
  • Why was it so important for people of the Jewish faith to celebrate Passover even (especially) when Jewish traditions were banned?
  • Why is it important to remember our family’s cultural and faith history?

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AlisonL April 4, 2023 - 4:20 PM
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Thank you so much for the Mrs. Katz and Tush recommendation! I read it yesterday with my almost-6-year-old, who loved it enough to ask to read it again this morning. We have Jewish heritage but have never celebrated Passover, and the book prompted my kid to ask if we could celebrate it (which we are planning to do with a grandparent, so it was so nice to have this as the introduction to seed some interest) and it did such a lovely job of weaving together both happiness and sadness (which is then connected directly to the holiday). There are also multiple jumping off points for discussions about segregation/exclusion, slavery, and resistance, which we delved into more deeply on the second read. And the book does all this in a way that never feels didactic or heavy — just this lovely and engaging story about friendship and family and a cat named Tush (which almost-6 thought was hilaaaarious).

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Ashia April 13, 2023 - 12:07 PM
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Chag Pesach samech <3 <3 <3

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