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Strudel Stories

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A lively and evocative novel full of sweet, sad, and funny moments in the history of a Jewish family.

Imagine a cozy kitchen in another time and place. A family is baking apple strudel together, and while they work, they tell each other stories of the past--the cherished stories of their family history. There is the boy who danced with ghosts, the greatest baseball moment e...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published August 8th 2000 by Yearling (first published 1999)
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Debbie Tanner
This is a book about a Jewish family that makes strudel and one of the keys of making the strudel, is the family stories that they tell. Some of the stories are funny and some are scary and some are sad. It also has two different recipes for strudel in case you want to try it!
Kate Hastings
Grades 3-5. RL 540. A family shares stories of the past as they bake their traditional strudel together. Poignant tales are both courageous and loving.
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