7 edition of Rivka"s first Thanksgiving found in the catalog.
Having heard about Thanksgiving in school, nine-year-old Rivka tries to convince her immigrant family and her Rabbi that it is a holiday for all Americans, Jews and non-Jews alike.
|Statement||written by Elsa Okon Rael ; illustrated by Maryann Kovalski.|
|Contributions||Kovalski, Maryann, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.R1235 Ri 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||00058738|
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Rivka's First Thanksgiving explains in moving detail why Jews have special reasons to be thankful for the freedom and safety we have found in the U.S.
Parents and teachers should review the Yiddish vocabulary (found in a glossary in the back) before reading to children.
I recommend this book for classroom reading and discussions at home, with /5(9). "Rivka's First Thanksgiving" by Elsa Okon Rael tells the story a a young daughter of Jewish immigrants who learns about Thanksgiving in school and tries to convince her family to celebrate.
In order for that to happen, they must consult with their rabbi/5. Its sequel, When Zaydeh Danced on Eldridge Street, won the prestigious Sydney Taylor Book Award. Like the young heroine in Rivka's First Thanksgiving, Ms. Rael first learned about the holiday of Thanksgiving in public school -- and she, too, had to convince her immigrant parents to celebrate Thanksgiving at : Elsa Okon Rael.
Get this from a library. Rivka's first Thanksgiving. [Elsa Rael; Maryann Kovalski] -- Having heard about Thanksgiving in school, nine-year-old Rivka tries to convince her immigrant family and her Rabbi that it is a holiday for all Americans, Jews and non-Jews alike.
Rivka's First Thanksgiving by Elsa Okon Rael and Maryann Kovalski. Sydney Taylor Book Award, Winner, View Award List Share. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the.
The book What was the first thanksgiving by joan holub tells the story of how the pilgrims get to new plymouth and how the pligrims and the native american got along with each other. I thought that the charcters in the novel were interresting very like useful in a lot of ways/5.
This book describes a day in Sarah Morton's life. It gives the reader a glimpse of what it was like to be a young pilgrim girl in America. Use it to compare her life to modern day: chores, hobbies, clothing, etc.
If You Were at The First Thanksgiving by Anne Kamma. This book provides detailed descriptions of what the first Thanksgiving was like.
The rabbi ultimately gives his blessing to Rivka's argument and is invited to sit at the head of the table at the Rubin family's first Thanksgiving celebration in America. Kovalski's (Jingle Bells,etc.) charming drawings, rendered in colored pencils and acrylics, burst with good cheer and beautifully depict the bustling streets of the.
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Jean Craighead George (–) was the author of more than beloved books for young people, including the Newbery Medal–winning Julie of the Wolves and the Newbery Honor–winning My Side of the was a lifetime naturalist and was beloved by generations of nature-loving children.
Two of her children, Craig and Twig, helped complete /5(5). This National Geographic Kids picture book features classic photos of Plimoth Plantation re-enactors (including photos from Sarah Morton's Day and Samuel Eaton's Day) paired with simple sentences about Pilgrim life designed to help younger readers learn about the First Thanksgiving and early colonial / Grades PreK 16 pages, softcover.
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More Thanksgiving Books. They also met Tisquantum, a Native American who lived with the Wampanoag and spoke English. Inwhen the Pilgrims celebrated their first successful harvest, the Wampanoag joined in the three-day feast. This became known as the first Thanksgiving.
After recounting this history, the book presents six common myths about Thanksgiving—and the. Editors note: A version of this story originally was published Nov. 23,in The Arizona Republic: The real story of the first Thanksgiving has. The Very First Thanksgiving Day by Rhonda Gowler Greene. In this historical fiction book, beginner readers will journey back to the very first Thanksgiving Day, when the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians met peacefully to celebrate the Earth’s harvest.
Since most readers will be familiar with this historical event, they can focus on the. Elsa Okon Rael and Maryann Kovalski bring the bustling Lower East Side to life in this heartwarming story. Set in the s, Rivka's First Thanksgiving is about respecting old traditions while embracing new ones, about giving thanks and celebrating freedom in America.
Perhaps most important, Rivka's story teaches us that even the wisest adults have something to learn Author: Elsa Okon Rael. Having heard about Thanksgiving in school, nine-year-old Rivka tries to convince her immigrant family and her Rabbi that it is a holiday for all Americans, Jews and non-Jews alike.
Beautiful painted illustrations highlight the hardships that both the Indians and Pilgrims suffered from plague and cold, as well as the joy that came from a good harvest. This detailed story covers the European settlement of America with a clear and poetic narrative that will captivate readers.
Softcover. The First Thanksgiving () by Jean Craighead George2/5(1). - This board features juvenile fiction & non-fiction books about the Thanksgiving holiday. Check title availability via the link provided after each call 37 pins.But another group may have beaten even these colonists to claim the first Thanksgiving.
Two decades before the Virginia landing, a group of Spanish colonists prayed and feasted ingiving thanks for their arrival at the waters of the Rio Grande after making a new trail across the Chihuahuan Desert to what became El Paso del Rio del Norte."What makes The First Thanksgiving such a refreshing read is that McKenzie gives fewer pages to debunking folk tales about the Pilgrims and Thanksgiving than he does to inspiring desire for a kind of historical inquiry that enriches human wisdom through moral and spiritual reflection.
Warm-hearted, intelligent and wonderfully surprising, this book will be read and appreciated by .