The pirates are getting ready to celebrate Passover at sea, until their ship is washed ashore in a storm. What will they do? Luckily, they find a house with an open door, and everyone is invited in to enjoy the seder.
|Preschool - Grade 2
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Kar-Ben Publishing ®
|Number of Pages
Author: Judy Press
Judy Press studied fine arts at Syracuse University and earned a masters in art education from the University of Pittsburgh. She is the creator of a dozen award-winning children's art activity books and early reader chapter books. A grandmother to ten, Press lives in Pittsburgh.
Illustrator: Amanda Gulliver
Amanda Gulliver uses collage, traditional painting, and digital art in her illustrations. She lives in the United Kingdom, with her husband, two daughters, and their two cats. She is often found on the beach building sand castles.
“An enjoyable treat for the holiday. Don’t pass this one over.”―Kirkus Reviews
“Press’s premise is whimsical, while round-headed, bright-eyed characters from Gulliver appear thoroughly earnest, impressing upon readers how observance and tradition persist no matter the circumstances.”―Publishers Weekly
“A pirate crew scrubbing and polishing their ship to get ready for Passover; the pirate captain preparing a seder plate; matzoh balls rolling off the plank into the ocean! What fun this clever Passover story is…It would be a great pre-seder read to share with the little ones who will be sitting at the holiday table.”―Sydney Taylor Shmooze
“I adore a jolly good pirate tale and this one’s got rollicking rhyme as well, making for a rewarding Passover read-aloud.”―Good Reads with Ronna
“A fresh take on children’s books about this Jewish holiday.”―BayViews