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The Littlest Levine (Passover) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-02 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 8 user ratings
ISBN:0761390456
LANGUAGE:English

"Hannah Levine is having a difficult time being the littlest in her family. She can't reach the sink, tie her shoelaces, ride the bus with her brother and sister and when it's time to celebrate their Jewish family traditions she is limited in helping to decorate or cook. But her grandpa assures her she won't always feel that way. Every evening Hannah and her grandpa would go off together and study their faith. It wasn't until the family sat down to read from the haggadah, that Hannah was very proud to be the littlest Levine.

Young readers will enjoy this delightful family story about Jewish holidays and how they are celebrated. This colorfully illustrated story with simple sentences for easy reading shows the celebration of Passover.
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" My 4 yo loved the book, and so did I. " said.

" This book was super cute! And got my three-year-old excited about doing the four questions next year! " said.

"Charming book that celebrates both Jewish holidays and being the littlest in a group. Hannah Levine is having a hard time. Everybody has jobs to do in preparation for many of the holiday celebrations. Poor Hannah is relegated to the minimum amount of work, because she is the littlest.On Sukkot, she needs her dad to help her hang the pretty paper chains. When they light the Channuka menorah, grandma must guide her hand. With every chore, she is reminded that she has limitations and resents her position in the family. However, her grandfather assures her that there is a benefit to being the youngest. Passover arrives, and even though she cannot do the things she wants, Hannah learns that being the littlest Levine has its perks when she is the one chosen to ask the important four questions, a very special role only given to the youngest person at the table. Sandy Lanton writes an adorable book that serves double duty by naming several of the wonderful holidays of the year, as well as a subtle lesson that teaches that everyone has something special in store for them. The illustrations are bright and cute. It is a sweet book that teaches every member of the family is valued and even if they can't keep up,or are the youngest, they have an importance in the group." said.

"Hannah Levine is having a difficult time being the littlest in her family. She can't reach the sink, tie her shoelaces, ride the bus with her brother and sister and when it's time to celebrate their Jewish family traditions she is limited in helping to decorate or cook. But her grandpa assures her she won't always feel that way. Every evening Hannah and her grandpa would go off together and study their faith. It wasn't until the family sat down to read from the haggadah, that Hannah was very proud to be the littlest Levine.

Young readers will enjoy this delightful family story about Jewish holidays and how they are celebrated. This colorfully illustrated story with simple sentences for easy reading shows the celebration of Passover.
" said.

" My 4 yo loved the book, and so did I. " said.

"Charming book that celebrates both Jewish holidays and being the littlest in a group. Hannah Levine is having a hard time. Everybody has jobs to do in preparation for many of the holiday celebrations. Poor Hannah is relegated to the minimum amount of work, because she is the littlest.On Sukkot, she needs her dad to help her hang the pretty paper chains. When they light the Channuka menorah, grandma must guide her hand. With every chore, she is reminded that she has limitations and resents her position in the family. However, her grandfather assures her that there is a benefit to being the youngest. Passover arrives, and even though she cannot do the things she wants, Hannah learns that being the littlest Levine has its perks when she is the one chosen to ask the important four questions, a very special role only given to the youngest person at the table. Sandy Lanton writes an adorable book that serves double duty by naming several of the wonderful holidays of the year, as well as a subtle lesson that teaches that everyone has something special in store for them. The illustrations are bright and cute. It is a sweet book that teaches every member of the family is valued and even if they can't keep up,or are the youngest, they have an importance in the group." said.

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