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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Mrs. Katz and Tush - By Patricia Polacco
A lonely Jewish lady shares her customs and her heart with a little African-American boy. "Tush" is an adopted cat, so named because the poor creature has no tail. This is truly a heartwarming story of friendship and love. Readers will pick up on a sprinkling of Yiddish, while learning about special celebrations and holidays. Polacco's watercolor illustrations are just as priceless as her stories.