Jodie's Passover Adventure by Anna Levine

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Young amateur archeologist Jodie invites her cousin Zach on a Passover adventure to explore Hezekiah's Tunnel in Jerusalem, the famous secret water tunnel. Sloshing through the long, creepy, dark, wet passage, they solve the riddle in the middle and find a shiny treasure!
 

About Anna Levine

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Anna Levine has lived in Israel for more than twenty years, having emigrated there on her own when she was eighteen. She is the mother of two sons--both of whom are serving in the Israeli Army. Aggie's experiences in the novel are partly based on the author's time spent in underground bomb shelters after rockets hit her kibbutz.
 
Published January 1, 2012 by Kar-Ben Publishing. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jodie’s find could possibly be from the time of the Maccabees, as she explains, who “must have been nimble enough to crawl through the tiny passageways, brave enough not to be afraid of the dark, and strong enough to fight off all the people who thought they were too little to win.” Levine provid...

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During the week of Passover, archeology enthusiast Jodie is eager to escort her visiting cousin Zach on a tour of the ancient Hezekiah’s Tunnel, which is famous for its strategic water passages.

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Interweaving history and adventure, Levine (Running on Eggs) takes young readers on a Passover trip worth pursuing.

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