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Strudel, Strudel, Strudel

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Explains why teachers living in Chelm may not live on the top of a hill, own a trunk with wheels, nor eat apple strudel.
Hardcover, 1 page
Published March 1st 1995 by Orchard Books (NY)
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Alexis Redmond
Mar 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I read this book because it looked interesting and I had never really heard of a folklore about strudel. Before I read it, the title and the cover caught my attention. The illustrations were colorful and added to the story, children would especially like the drawings because they match up perfectly with the text.

The story takes place in a little town called Chlem, and it is about the backstory of a sign that only the people in the town understand. It tells the story that explains why a sign
Lauren Gray
Title: Strudel, Strudel, Strudel
Author: Steve Sanfield
Illustrator: Emily Lisker
Genre: European Folktale
Theme(s): Dependence, Rules,

Opening line/sentence: “Chelm is just like an other town in the world except for two things.”

Brief Book Summary: In the town of Chelm, apple strudel is viewed as a prized food commodity. Zeitel and her husband brainstorm a money-saving plan to allow for an endless supply of strudel come the Spring time. When their idea doesn’t go as planned they get into a fight,
Whitney Strickland
Strudel, Strudel, Strudel, is a story with a mind of its own! Steven Sanfield has written a book that will really make you wonder why teachers... do some strange things in the town of Chelm. This is a longer read with a rich plot and I would not recommend it until at least first grade. What I loved most about the story was that it has a language of its own and this made it the most creative text I have read lately.
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