The title story takes place in the Warsaw ghetto and bears witness to the courage and defiance of a very young hero. Other tales take place in diverse locales, as menacing as the streets of Prague and as awesome as the splendid majesty of King Solomon's palace. Along the way is a world of excitement and adventure.

Chanan and His Violin

Chanan and His Violin

and other stories



The title story takes place in the Warsaw ghetto and bears witness to the courage and defiance of a very young hero.

Other tales take place in diverse locales, as menacing as the streets of Prague and as awesome as the splendid majesty of King Solomon's palace. Along the way is a world of excitement and adventure.

King Solomon's Harpist

Purim of the Curtains

The Old Lulav

Maftir Yonah

The Missing Chanukah Light

Chanan And His Violin

The Twentieth Mission

The Child Prodigy

The Capture of Babylon

The Wise Testament

The True Creator

The New Year For the Trees

After Chanukah


Complete Index...

In the time of King Solomon there lived a young shepherd by the name of Barzilai. He was a dreamer. He dreamed of strange adventures as his eyes followed silvery clouds to the distant horizon.
You probably think I am joking, and the relationship between Purim and curtains goes no further than a Purim joke. Read this great story for a true story of Purim of the Curtains . . .
“Where am I?” wondered Sender, as he looked around and found himself in a city of beautiful white and gray marble mansions, surrounded by the most delightful gardens and parks
The title story takes place in the Warsaw ghetto and bears witness to the courage and defiance of a very young hero..
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jacob jeshurun tuticorin,tamilnadu, india June 18, 2012

King solomons harpist story was very good. Reply

Anonymous Cheshire July 8, 2009

i think your front cover looks good.
So the story must be good to. Reply

Anonymous coconut creek, florida via chabadcoconutcreek.com December 22, 2007

it is a very good book!! Reply

Anonymous via kids.tzivoshashem.org July 17, 2006

I loved that story Reply

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