I Love Matzah
How many times a day and how many ways can one eat matzah, the quintessential Passover cracker? For a kid, it’s all day, every day and in many ways!
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Kar-Ben Publishing ®, Lerner Digital ™|
|Number of Pages||12|
San Diego Jewish World
“A yummy addition to your holiday bookshelf.” — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World
Sydney Taylor Shmooze
“I LOVE MATZAH is an authentic and honest depiction of a Jewish toddler — we know the child is a toddler, from the high chair in the art — enjoying the most essential of all Passover foods, matzah.” — Jeff Gottesfeld, Sydney Taylor Shmooze Blog
JTA (Global News Service of the Jewish People)
“A young boy proudly shares all the delicious ways he likes to eat matzah. Rhyming words and bright, cartoon-like illustrations will keep kids hungry for the matzah treats.” — Penny Schwartz, JTA
Cleveland Jewish News
“The book is ideal for children ages 1 to 4.” — Bob Jacob, Co-Editor, CJN
A Journey To A Promised Land Which Flows With Milk and Honey
“This story shows the importance of eating matzah bread during Passover.” — Jill Harris
“A toddler (and later his baby brother) eats matzah all day long during Passover. For breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack, he shares the various ways he likes it—with milk, with jam, with cheese, etc. Not a lot here, but this little rhyming story is very useful in sharing the simple treats of Passover with kids who are just learning to like matzah and enjoying different flavors of holiday foods.” — Lisa Silverman, Library Director, Burton Sperber Jewish Community Library, Los Angeles, CA
“Matzah lovers rejoice—this one’s for you!” — Kirkus Reviews
Author: Freidele Galya Soban Biniashvili
Freidele Galya Soban Biniashvili has been writing stories and poems since she was young. She is the author of several children's books including There's A Reason Why and Goldie and the Guests. She lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband and children.
Illustrator: Angelika Scudamore
Angelika Scudamore is based in South London. She loves the hustle and bustle of the city and stopping off at small coffee shops, where she gathers inspiration from the people and atmosphere.