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URJ Books And Music :: Holocaust :: Rooftop Secrets and Other Stories of Anti-Semitism

Rooftop Secrets and Other Stories of Anti-Semitism
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ISBN: 0-8074-314-8

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Rooftop Secrets and Other Stories of Anti-Semitism

Lawrence Bush with commentaries by Albert Vorspan, Illustrated by Martin Lemelman

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Weight 0.60 lbs
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Eight short stories, each featuring a child hero, present the dilemma of anti-Semitism through the ages. Each tale confronts Jewish identity in a different historical period. Each chapter is followed by modern commentary from Albert Vorspan.
A Feldman Library Fund publication.

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Author/Composer/Illustrator/Artist

Bush, Lawrence
Lemelman, Martin
Vorspan, Albert

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