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Old 09-27-2012, 09:09 PM   #19
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i really loved the all of a kind family books when i was young. haven't thought about them in a while - thanks for mentioning them; think i'll go buy them used and revisit them

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I'd suggest the "All-of-a-Kind Family" series by Sydney Taylor. It's a children's series about an immigrant Jewish family in pre-WWI New York City. It incorporates, in a natural fashion, a lot of information about the religion and its holy days/celebrations.
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