No Baths at Camp


020714_insider_bookBy Tamar Fox; Kar-Ben Publishing, 32 pages (soft cover)
From making friends and learning new skills to celebrating Shabbat and growing as a Jewish individual, children learn many things at camp that help shape them into young adults. When young Max gets home from camp, he grumbles when his mother announces bath time. Throughout this sweet children’s book, which was written for 5 and 6 year olds, Max joyfully describes his daily art, sports and team-building activities to his mother. Although he participates in Shabbat at home, Max reiterates that “camp is better because … there are no baths at camp!”

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