When Zaydeh Danced on Eldridge Street

When Zaydeh Danced on Eldridge Street is Elsa Okon Rael's beautiful story of family relations and the celebrations that can often ensue.

Author: Elsa Rael

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 0689804512

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 36

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Provides a colorful and exciting tale of Jewish immigrant life in America in the 1930s as a young girl experiences temple on the night of Simchas Torah with her Zaydeh.

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