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Upcoming Book Readings for Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast:

Oct 12, 2011 - 6:00 pm
Sukkot Celebration all ages AR at Neivei Kodesh.
Rabbi Korngold will be reading and signing Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast

Oct 17, 2011 - 4:30 pm
Sukkot Craft and Story at Beth Evergreen
Evergreen CO. Rabbi Korngold will be reading and signing her newest children's book, Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast

Oct 18, 2011 - 4:00 pm
Sukkot Craft and Story for chidren
Join us for a Sukkot Celebration at the Boulder JCC.
Rabbi Korngold will be reading and signing her newest children's book, Sadie's Sukkah Breakfast
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Kirkus Reviews
"A resourceful big sister and helpful little brother set up breakfast in the family's newly decorated Sukkah and figure out a way to quietly enjoy it with some good friends while parents sleep.

Early risers on this Sukkot morning, Sadie and Ori are very excited, but they know they must not wake their parents. Admiring their decorative handiwork on the Sukkah they built last night, the siblings decide to bring breakfast out to the festive hut. Working together, they prepare a tray:
--"Sadie got the cereal. / Ori got the spoons. / Ori got the bowls. / Sadie got the milk." And when juice, challah rolls, cups and napkins make the tray too heavy, then--"Sadie got the juice. / Ori got the cups. / Ori got the napkins. / Sadie got the challah rolls,"

each bringing an item out to the Sukkah table, setting up "an elegant breakfast." Seeking to complete the experience with the required invited guests for this holiday meal, Sadie and Ori fill seats at their Sukkah table with a menagerie of favorite stuffed animal friends. Lively, colorful illustrations depict these independently capable preschoolers performing tasks with active joy, care and assurance, deftly matching the unadorned, sprightly text.
Blessings abound for the autumnal holiday, with these happy kids and (behind the scenes) grateful parents."

Publisher's Weekly
Sadie and her little brother Ori awaken early the morning of Sukkot, the Jewish holiday celebrating the fall harvest. The two have decorated an outdoor sukkah, or harvest booth, and decide to eat breakfast there, a meal the pajama-ed siblings slowly assemble. Then they invite some faithful friends who don't mind waking up early to share their feast. Korngold, a rabbi with an eclectic career, writes her first children's book, and it has a playful sensibility and nice pacing. Fortenberry's soft colors and lines include details that visually pop. The book charmingly teaches a lesson about a holiday and its observance, and is appropriate for religious education as well as family reading time. Ages 2-6. (Sept.)

Available in Hardcover ($16.95) and Paperback ($7.95)

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other books by Rabbi Jamie Korngold
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About the author>>



Rabbi Jamie S. Korngold, the Adventure Rabbi, is nationally acclaimed for her innovative work in Judaism. Founder and spiritual leader of the Adventure Rabbi Program, she is a popular retreat leader and speaker on the topics of Judaism and Jewish life. She is the author of God in the Wilderness: Rediscovering the Spirituality of the Great Outdoors.
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