Shabbat Hiccups

Shabbat Hiccups Jonah loves Shabbat But this week as he helps his family set the table for dinner something unexpected happens he gets the hiccups His sister grandma mom cousin and dad all suggest remedies but

  • Title: Shabbat Hiccups
  • Author: Tracy Newman Ilana Exelby
  • ISBN: 9780807573129
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jonah loves Shabbat But this week, as he helps his family set the table for dinner, something unexpected happens he gets the hiccups His sister, grandma, mom, cousin, and dad all suggest remedies, but no matter what Jonah does eat sugar, hold his breath, have someone shout, Boo those hiccups simply won t go away Will his uncontrollable hiccups disrupt the festJonah loves Shabbat But this week, as he helps his family set the table for dinner, something unexpected happens he gets the hiccups His sister, grandma, mom, cousin, and dad all suggest remedies, but no matter what Jonah does eat sugar, hold his breath, have someone shout, Boo those hiccups simply won t go away Will his uncontrollable hiccups disrupt the festivities

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    1 thought on “Shabbat Hiccups”

    1. Hiccups can sneak up on you at the most inconvenient times. For Jonah, it's during Shabbat. It starts as he and his family get ready for the Friday night dinner. Everyone submits remedies. Will his hiccups stop or ruin Shabbat? While I loved the portrayal of Shabbat, not just Friday supper but all the way through Saturday and Havdalah. But I couldn't get why the hiccups were a thing. I tried to figure out what they represented or were proving, but I guess this was only meant to be a cute story.

    2. Poor Jonah has the hiccups! He loves Shabbat, but he begins to hiccup as the family is getting ready for this special holiday. Everyone has their own remedy for the hiccups. He tries all of them to no avail. He wonders if they will ever stop or if Shabbat will be ruined. I like how the author makes the hiccup come alive by showing the illustrations “moving”. The illustrations are very colorful and detailed. I would recommend this for collections looking to supplement their Shabbat collection [...]

    3. A cute look at the rituals surrounding Shabbat -- from the dinner through Havdallah at the end, with a bad case of hiccups throughout.

    4. This is a fun family book that highlights Shabbat. I found it interesting to learn a bit about Shabbat within the context of hiccups. We are all familiar with those.

    5. A little boy gets hiccups during his family Shabbat celebrations. A great and clever way to teach the reader about Shabbat and lighten the mood. Preschool and up for topic and length.

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