Meet the Matzah A passover story

Alan Silberberg

Book - 2021

A zany retelling of the Passover story that depicts an earnestly elusive matzah who tells his class about how the Hebrews fled Egypt to freedom, while a heckling slice of sourdough cracks jokes.

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Subjects
Genres
Humorous fiction
Picture books
Published
New York : Viking, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC 2021.
Language
English
Item Description
"A follow-up to Meet the Latkes."
Physical Description
35 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Audience
Age range: 3-5.
ISBN
9780593118115
0593118111
Main Author
Alan Silberberg (author)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

The creator of Meet the Latkes presents a zany retelling of the Passover story that depicts an earnestly elusive matzah who tells his class about how the Hebrews fled Egypt to freedom, while a heckling slice of sourdough cracks jokes. Simultaneous eBook. Illustrations.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

The creator of Meet the Latkes presents a zany retelling of the Passover story that depicts an earnestly elusive matzah who tells his class about how the Hebrews fled Egypt to freedom, while a heckling slice of sourdough cracks jokes.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

From the creator of Meet the Latkes comes the zaniest retelling of the Passover story starring an earnest matzah and his bready friends!What makes this Passover different from all other Passovers?Meet Alfie Koman. He's a matzah who really likes to hide. But Alfie also has a great story to tell his class of how the Hebrews fled Egypt to freedom. Too bad Loaf, the school sourdough bully, turns Alfie's Passover story upside-down. A pharaoh who is a giant cockroach? Moses as a mighty superhero? And Ten Plagues that include "No Wi-fi" and "Chocolate-turned-to-broccoli"? Looks like it's up to Alfie and his best friend Challa Looyah to get the Passover story right. Alfie just has to come out of hiding first....A follow-up to the hysterical Meet The Latkes, this Passover book is another mis-told holiday treat.