Clarence's Topsy-Turvy Shabbat
Is Clarence confused and will he create chaos on Shabbat? His special Shabbat challah recipe calls for flour, oil, honey, yeast and water, and his neighbors eagerly await their loaves. But instead he gathers a silly assortment of things. How will he bake his challah?
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 2|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Kar-Ben Publishing ®, Lerner Digital ™|
|Number of Pages||24|
“Clarence is a lovable fool, and it’s so nice to have a new twist on a Shabbat story.” — Rachel Glasser, retired librarian, Yavneh Academy, Teaneck, NJ
Jewish Link NJ
“The story is humorous, gentle and perfect for young readers.” — Adam Samuel, Journalist, Jewish Link NJ, Teaneck, NJ
Jewish Book Council
“This story is recommended for parents and children who want to bake some fun into their shared reading experience.” — Mical Hoschander Malen, Jewish Book Council Editor
A Journey To A Promised Land Which Flows With Milk and Honey
“The story shows the importance of sharing and also spending time with friends during Shabbat. It also shows how you can go the extra mile to make a Shabbat meal more beautiful.” — Jill Harris
“This will be a welcome addition for Jewish families as well as a good introduction to Shabbat for children who aren’t Jewish.” — Rachael Reiley, San Jose State Univ, iSch Student, BayViews
“The best surprise is what a joyful found family the animals make at Shabbat dinner. Jaded readers will love this crafty twist on the holy fool.” — Kirkus Reviews
Author: Jennifer Tzivia MacLeod
Jennifer Tzivia MacLeod lives in northern Israel with her family. Her previous book, Yossi and the Monkeys, has become a Shavuot favorite.
Illustrator: Jennie Poh
Jennie Poh was born in England and grew up in Malaysia. She studied Fine Art at The Surrey Institute of Art & Design as well as Fashion Illustration at Central St. Martins. She lives in Surrey, England.