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33+ obres 1,730 Membres 22 Ressenyes

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Miriam Chaikin is the author of more than thirty works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and Bible retellings for young readers

Obres de Miriam Chaikin

Hanukkah (1990) 88 exemplars
Joshua in the Promised Land (1982) 81 exemplars
Exodus (1987) 77 exemplars
Esther (1987) 53 exemplars
Children's Bible Stories (1993) 39 exemplars
Finders Weepers (1980) 36 exemplars
I Should Worry, I Should Care (1979) 36 exemplars
Yossi Tries to Help God (1987) 33 exemplars
Yossi Asks the Angels for Help (1985) 28 exemplars
Feathers in the wind (1989) 27 exemplars
How Yossi beat the evil urge (1983) 27 exemplars
Aviva's Piano (1986) 26 exemplars
Friends Forever (1988) 25 exemplars
Getting even (1982) 21 exemplars
Lower! Higher! You're a Liar! (1984) 13 exemplars
Hardlucky (1973) 9 exemplars
Ittki Pittki (1971) 4 exemplars

Obres associades

Funny You Should Ask (1992) — Col·laborador — 18 exemplars

Etiquetat

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Data de naixement
1924
Gènere
female
Professions
writer

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Eighteen interesting stories taken from the Old Testament and meshed with Midrashims to tell about Moses' wandering with his people through the desert.
 
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RobertaLea | Hi ha 1 ressenya més | Jan 29, 2022 |
Miriam Chaikin adds a family to Joshua's story in the Bible and changes a few things, but mostly it's a retelling, with some Midrashic and feminist explanations and additions, that keeps your interest and is a little less bloody than the original: being able to say smoting, rather than killing, helps. Joshua marries Rahab after his first wife, Pnina dies. Rosh Hodesh is celebrated as a woman's holiday; the men who do women's work that day are less skilled at it.
The woodcuts are formal and nicely done.… (més)
 
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raizel | Jan 7, 2022 |
"Miriam Chaikin was born in Jerusalem and raised in New York. . .She has published over thirty books for children of all ages. In 1984 she won the Sydney Taylor Award for Body of Work. . ." Source: Google Books "[The illustrator], Demi (born Charlotte Dumaresq Hunt). . .studied art at Instituto Allende, Mexico, and with Sister Corita at the Immaculate Heart College in Los Angeles. . ." 'Light Another Candle. . .' retells the story of Hanukkah and explains its symbols by describing high points in Jewish history, worship, and culture." Source: Amazon customer review. This book has a glossary with a pronunciation guide, a chronology of the Temple, a list of other books about Hanukkah, and is indexed.… (més)
 
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uufnn | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Oct 16, 2018 |
Don't Step on the Sky A Handful of Haiku, is a story told with the use of haiku poems. The poems tell the story of a little girls day from the night before, what she does all day, to the night time again. The haikus can be difficult to understand, but the illustrations help to tell the story. The young girl wakes, plays outside, goes to the beach, waits for the rain, and the next day sees all the growth the rain brought to the plants.
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sschilling | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Oct 31, 2017 |

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Obres
33
També de
1
Membres
1,730
Popularitat
#14,858
Valoració
½ 3.6
Ressenyes
22
ISBN
79

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