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Sundown is near, and it's almost time for the Seder to begin--but where is Pippa's special Passover plate?
Pippa the Mouse has been working hard all day--cleaning her house, setting the table, cooking the meal. Everything looks great--but her special Seder plate is missing!
Searching through her tiny house turns up nothing, so Pippa ventures out to ask her neighbors if they can help. Bravely, she asks the other animals for help, but the snake, owl, and cat haven't seen her plate, either. But it's almost time for the Seder to begin, so she keeps looking--and when she finds it, she invites all the other animals home to join her celebration.
A charming story with a happy ending, Pippa's Passover Plate pairs simple, rhyming text with bright paintings by Jill Weber, illustrator of The Story of Passover and The Story of Esther. In bravely facing her animal neighbors, this adorable little mouse finds not only her missing Seder plate--but new friends.
Filled with rhymes and repetition, this is a perfect title to share and read aloud, just in time for your own Passover festivities.
A final spread with Pippa and her guests getting ready to hide the matzo and celebrate also shows the Passover plate with its six essential symbolic items: zeroah (a roasted bone), beitzah,(an egg), maror and charoset (bitter herbs), chazeret (mortar or paste), and karpas (a spring vegetable).
About the Author
Vivian Kirkfield is a children's picture book author and a former early childhood educator. A passionate advocate for children and reading, she is the creator of the popular and award-winning blog "Picture Books Help Kids Soar" and the author of Show Me How! Build Your Child's Self-Esteem Through Reading, Crafting and Cooking. She lives in Amherst, New Hampshire.
Jill Weber is a children's book illustrator known for her Judaica. She has illustrated Even Higher! and The Story of Esther, both by Eric A. Kimmel, as well as The Story of Hanukkah by David A. Adler. She lives in New Hampshire.
"The rhyming text is concise and repetitive, encouraging participation. . . . a pleasant addition for storytimes."—School Library Journal
"Cheery text and lush, naif-styled backyard scenes make the little mouse’s quest fun to follow."—Publishers Weekly