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Shlomo Travels to Warsaw: A Tale of Chelm

(Winter Tales)

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Take a trip to the silliest town in the world!

The town of Chelm is known for having the silliest townspeople in the world. And the silliest one of all was Shlomo the Dreamer....

Follow Shlomo on his journey as he leaves Chelm behind on the first day of Hanukkah to visit the city of his dreams, and finds that it looks very familiar!
Kindle Edition, 18 pages
Published December 1st 2013 by Stillpoint/Youth (first published November 29th 2013)
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David Kudler is a writer and editor living just north of the Golden Gate Bridge with his wife, actress, teacher, and author Maura Vaughn, their author-to-be daughters, and their apparently non-literary cats.

He recently published Risuko: A Kunoichi Tale, a young-adult historical adventure novel set in sixteenth century Japan, and is hard at work on the sequel, Bright Eyes.

Since 1999, he has

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