Bubbe Isabella and the Sukkot Cake

by Kelly Terwilliger

Other authorsPhyllis Hornung (Illustrator)
Paperback, 2005

Status

Available

Local notes

394.2 Ter

Collection

Publication

Kar-Ben Publishing (2005), 24 pages. $5.99.

Description

Bubbe Isabella invites many animal guests to spend Sukkot with her, but they are more interested in eating the Sukkah than her lovely lemon cake.

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

24 p.; 9.96 inches

ISBN

1580131875 / 9781580131872

Barcode

3623

User reviews

LibraryThing member raizel
I think the forest animals that visit Bubbe Isabella's sukkah and talk to her are supposed to be cute. Living in the suburbs and having raccoons rummage through our garbage occasionally means that I don't have the warm and fuzzy feeling that I think the author wants me to have. Perhaps if there were explanations about the holiday, ushpizin (sukkah guests), the impermanence / planned obsolescence of a sukkah, and the timely link to Simchat Torah (although unless she is in Israel or a Reform Jew, there's a day between them and I'm not sure if removing the sides of a sukkah is halachic ok on or between the two holidays), it might help.… (more)
LibraryThing member HandelmanLibraryTINR
Bubbe Isabella invites many animal guests to spend Sukkot with her, but they are more interested in eating the Sukkah than her lovely lemon cake.

Pages

24

Rating

(3 ratings; 3)
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