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L'art en fête : Pessa'h, Yom ha-Choah, Yom ha-Zikaron, Yom ha-Atsmaout, Lag ba-Omer, Chavouot, Ticha be-Av et Tou be-Av / écrit par Michèle Fingher et Florence Soulam ; illustré par Tamar Hochstadter.
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