A family of bears is getting ready for the Passover seder, preparing all the items for the seder plate. When the time comes in the seder for hiding the afikomen, Grandma breaks the middle matzah into two pieces. She hides the bigger piece, the afikomen, that the kids will eagerly search for later in the seder. It’s a good thing one little bear has turned his toy elephant into an Afiko-Sniffer! The invention sniffs out apples in a bowl, eggs in the fridge, and horseradish in the pantry, but can it help find the afikomen?
|Preschool - Grade 1
|Lerner Publishing Group
|Kar-Ben Publishing ®
|Number of Pages
Author, Illustrator: Amalia Hoffman
Amalia Hoffman is an avid storyteller, author and illustrator of children's books, including Dreidel Day and Hanukkah Nights. Amalia’s entertaining presentations include props and interactive elements. She lives in Larchmont, New York.
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A family of bears is getting ready for the Passover seder, preparing all the items for the seder plate. When the time comes in the seder for hiding the afikomen, Grandma breaks the middle matzah into two pieces. She hides the bigger piece, the afikomen, that the kids will eagerly search… View available downloads →
“A delightfully charming and unreservedly recommended pick for family, school, and library children’s book collections.”—Midwest Book Review
“A charming romp to share in anticipation of Passover preparations.”―Kirkus Reviews
“A friendly, and instructive, holiday affair.”—Publishers Weekly