Passover Around the World

  • Interest Level: Grade 3 - Grade 5
  • Reading Level: Grade 4

Introduces children to the many different ways of celebrating Passover around the world, including customs that can be adopted for use in the child’s own family seder.

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Interest Level Grade 3 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 4
Genre Social Studies
Copyright 2007
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Kar-Ben Publishing ®
Language English
Number of Pages 48
Publication Date 2014-01-01
Text Type Informational/Explanatory
BISACS JNF026120, JNF049110
Dewey 296.4'3709
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Dimensions 8.375 x 10.5
ATOS Reading Level 5.7
Accelerated Reader® Quiz 115616
Accelerated Reader® Points 1.0
Features Awards and Reviewed

Author: Tami Lehman-Wilzig

Tami Lehman-Wilzig is an award-winning author of 14 picture books, including Keeping The Promise and Soosie, The Horse That Saved Shabbat. Born in America, she lives in Kfar Saba, Israel, with her husband, where she shares her love of stories with her grandchildren.

Illustrator: Elizabeth Wolf


  • Sydney Taylor Book Award Notable, Commended, 2007



“In casual prose and full-page, handsome paintings, this accessible title will encourage families to talk about the diverse traditions and connections.”

MultiCultural Review

“Passover, a holiday celebrated by Jews of all walks of life throughout the world, is described with detailed explanations and colorful illustrations in this delightful book. . . Passover Around the World is a great addition to any home or school library.”
MultiCultural Review

Publishers Weekly

“Wolf’s soft impressionistic paintings and colorful maps sustain a festive mood and greatly compliment the book’s design…After reading this book, families may well want to add a new twist-or dish-to their own traditions.”