Talia and the Rude Vegetables by Linda Elovitz Marshall
(High Holidays)

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“How can a vegetable be ‘rude’?” Talia wonders, when she mishears her grandmother asking her to gather “root” vegetables for a Rosh Hashanah stew. As Talia digs in the garden, she collects the twisted, ornery carrots and parsnips—the “rude” vegetables that she thinks her grandmother wants—and finds a good home for the rest.
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Linda Elovitz Marshall raised her four children, a small flock of sheep, lots of zucchinis and countless rabbits on a farm in a historic farmhouse overlooking the Hudson River in upstate New York. A graduate of Barnard College of Columbia University, she has, in addition to writing and farming, taught early childhood and parenting education, owned a bookstore, taught English to people from other countries, and invented giftware. She likes inventing things - from toys to new words. This is her first children's book.Francesca Assirelli studied painting at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Naples. She has illustrated many Italian, French and English children's books.She loves children, spends hours playing with her enormous dog, Artu, and can often be found kneeling by a pond looking for toads.
Published July 2, 2013 by Kar-Ben Publishing. 24 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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1st, 2011 ISBN: 978-0-7613-5217-4 Page count: 24pp ...

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