Book of Words: Please Say Kaddish for Me by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

Published May 30, 2017 by rochellewisoff

א שיינעם דאנק! A shaynem dank! to Lori Ericson for her lovely review of PLEASE SAY KADDISH FOR ME. I thank you and Havah thanks you.

Lori Ericson, Author

This blog offers a different type of book review­—one that’s combined with vocabulary building. Included here, following a short review, are a few particularly interesting words I found in Please Say Kaddish for Me. The definitions are followed by quotes from the story.

A particularly talented writer, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is also an artist who creates her own cover art.

Please Say Kaddish for Me is the story of a sixteen-year-old Jewish girl who escapes an attack on her home in Russia in 1899. Czarist marauders kill her entire family. Young Havah Cohen barely survives the frigid cold as she runs away in just a nightgown. She fortunately ends up in the arms of another loving Jewish family. But her struggles don’t end as more persecution of the people of her faith reigns down. The story unfolds as Havah builds her physical and emotional strength, learns to adapt to new situations…

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