By Idie Benjamin & Dale Sides Cooperman
Big Books are ideal for group story time. The larger, colorful illustrations make details more easily seen by children in a shared story time. The story becomes more visually engaging and helps to develop attention and listening comprehension skills.
What is a Sukkah? What do we do in it, and why do we do it? With illustrations that appeal to the senses, young children learn about the sights and sounds of Sukkot. From seeing the stars through the roof, shaking the lulav and etrog and learning about being thankful for what they have, children assume an “attitude of gratitude” as they joyfully connect with the symbols and history of this harvest holiday.
The third book in this series is Sukkot. The full-color book is printed on 18”x12” heavy-weight cardstock bound with an easy to use spiral binding. Its large, beautiful illustrations brings the sensory experiences of Shabbat alive as children engage with an interactive text that supports participation with the use of a easily learned, key phrase.