After deciding on several items that they want a football, a new drum they finally opt to order a radio from Warsaw. Aarne-Thompson-Uther folktale type 510A and related stories of persecuted heroines. The play is about a rabbi who falls asleep and his pupils enter his dream to save him. Collection item number 200838 Leskov, Nikolai Semenovich Di khaye Kiev: 1929 37 pages Translated by Dina Libkes intermediate,advanced A story by the 19-century Russian writer Nikolai Leskov. Volume 2 begins with Persian empire and Jewish history in Greece. Collection item number 213216 Posy, Arnold Der binshtok: a shpil in tsvey stsenes Chicago: 1927 35 pages May be suitable for intermediate A play in two scenes, with fourteen individual parts and additional group parts.
Both volumes especially 2 are also galleries of Jewish painting, drawing, and sculpture. I say that we have a great God and a good God but, nevertheless, I say, I would like a blessing for every time God does something the likes of which should happen to our enemies. Two of the poems are translated into English. Collection of literary biographies and bibliographies. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
Joseph Jacobs' classic retelling of 82 fables and included in the Harvard Classics, vol. Collection item number 213101 Peretz, Isaac Leib Nisht farmishpet Vilna: Naye Yidishe shul, 1937 6 pages May be suitable for advanced A dramatic skit in two brief scenes, with nine parts. Mayn folk: geshikhte far der elementar-shul New York: Arbeter-Ring, 1962 May be suitable for beginner Volume 1 is a collection of very simplified versions of historical stories from the Bible, beginning with wandering in the desert after leaving Egypt, through Nehemiah: the sto- ries of the twelve tribes, kings, prophets, Babylonian exile, and return. Collection item number 212914 Bassein, Leon Mayselekh Vilna: 1931 16 pages May be suitable for beginner Two short humorous stories. Collection item number 212805 Perelman, I.
He meets a swindler who gets the best of him. Pesye is traumatized by the event and can no longer work. Collection item number 205991 Ostrovski, B. Fayvl becomes aware of the mass discontent and is drawn into the tumult of revolution in Minsk. The Classic Tales: 4,000 Years of Jewish Lore by Ellen Frankel is an extraordinary volume spanning three continents and four millennia.
Collection item number 213465 Kravchenko, A. Binele New York: Kinder Ring, 1940 96 pages May be suitable for intermediate Young Binele wanders from his home and experiences fantastic adventures before returning. Roykhl May be suitable for beginner A tale of a black raven and a canary. Long after the culture that produced them has disappeared, these enchanting Yiddish folktales continue to work their magic today. Wir bieten Kundenbetreuung in Deutsch. Look at all the juicy fruit in the orchard.
Collection item number 210988 Ilin, M. A chain tale from China about a boy with an enormously long name. The E-mail message field is required. Collection item number 201730 Bastomski, Solomon Der keyser un der tsadik Vilna: Naye Yidishe folksshul, 1922 13 pages May be suitable for intermediate In this story, a kaiser has a dream about something horrible that will happen to him. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. Fridlender May be suitable for intermediate A delightfully touching story about the friendship of two children, their attachments and devotion to each other.
Drawing from Talmudic, Midrashic, Hasidic, and folktale sources, Frankel has put together a rich anthology of Jewish tales imbued with the spiritual values of Judaism and the age-old folk wisdom of the Jewish people. Used - Good, Versandfertig in 6 - 10 Werktagen, Buy with confidence. Collection item number 211786 Mamin-Sibiriak, D. Collection item number 212855 Dos naye vort New York: Pinkhes Gingold, 1954 316 pages May be suitable for beginner, intermediate An anthology of short pieces on Eastern European shtetl life, American Jewish life, life in Israel, holidays, and similar themes, geared to elementary and middle school students in the Yiddish schools. Everyone torments the ugly duckling for the way he looks, until one day he finds he has become a beautiful swan.
There are sections devoted to spring, summer, fall, and winter. Collection item number 212894 Asch, Sholem Khurbn Yerusholayim Warsaw: 1924 51 pages May be suitable for intermediate, advanced The story of the destruction of Jerusalem, told in four chapters, with Jeremiah as the central figure. The author was a leading Yiddish scholar who provides a glossary and also lively dialogue that includes such issues as who rightly speaks for the Jews. Used - Very Good Very good. Author: Frances Harber Illustrator: Thor Wickstrom In this poignant retelling of a Talmudic story, siblings recall the promise each lovingly made to his father. In the end, all the children are friends.
Used - Good, Normalmente se envía en el plazo de 6-10 días laborable, Buy with confidence. The text on the last page is barely legible. Many English words are used, spelled phonetically in Yiddish characters. Neppe Pettersson, who has a special interest in the stories of the noodleheaded people from the Finnish village of Bemböle Hölmölä in Finnish suggests a distinction between numskulls. Faust in Anhalt Germany, Ludwig Bechstein. Bote, but the story it told spread all over Europe and North Britain. There are descriptions and photos of the landscape and seascape.