Jewish holidays : Hanukkah, Tu bi-Shevat, Purim / compiled and edited by the Kohl Jewish Teacher Center staff 1980-1981.
Wilmette, Ill : Kohl Jewish Teacher Center
includes glossary of key terms in Hebrew with English translation.
50 pages : ill
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קישורי חגים : הצעות להוראת החג בגישה רב-ממדית / [כתיבה - מרים הראל ועדנה ענבר].
הראל, מרים, 1950-Book
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