*****This review is meant for parents, teachers, and other people that work with children to read.*****
A great story for children about the Hebrew New Year! It does a great job of showing how to try to solve a problem, retracing the steps of when Brosh remembered seeing his wooly cap last, and that jumping to conclusions is usually not the best route to take. It also models forgiveness and how people can move on past how they have hurt each other and remain friends.
Created for children ages 2-6 / grades PK-1
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