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A Synagogue Just Like Home

Giggle and groan as Rabbi Ruben works to repair his aging synagogue in creative, if not wholly effective, ways—patching leaks with challah dough and creaking loudly through a library while a woman studies the Torah, for example. This lighthearted tale with dazzling, diverse illustrations winks to its audience (“I’ll be quiet as a deli on Yom Kippur”) as it delivers a quiet message about the value of working together to make our shared spaces bright.

Reviewed by Michelle Anne Schingler

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