A thirteen year-old boy from the shtetl and his sister discuss the significance of becoming bar mitzvah.

My Bar Mitzvah Day

My Bar Mitzvah Day

Children of the Shtetl

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My Bar Mitzvah Day: Children of the Shtetl

A thirteen year-old boy from the shtetl and his sister discuss the significance of becoming bar mitzvah.
Bar & Bat Mitzvah
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Shoshanna PA August 18, 2015

AWWWW !! These kids are so adorable lol. Reply

Anonymous cordoba July 11, 2012

beatifule beatifule Reply

Anonymous Australia September 6, 2011

Great All of these topic clips are very well done. Congratulations to all of you. I enjoyed each one. Reply

Anonymous Queens, NY March 3, 2011

This is very cute! They are good actors! reminds me of Fiddler on the Roof! Reply

Anonymous Brooklyn, ny December 23, 2010

Chocolate in the shtetl? Not that likely, but
it's cute--- for young kids.

Someone who is approaching bar mitzva will need something deeper.

How did he resolve his dilemma so quickly?
What if he has stage-fright from reading the Torah in public? Reply



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