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Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah mishap

Deborah Bodin Cohen

Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah mishap

by Deborah Bodin Cohen

  • 273 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Kar-Ben in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Jews,
  • Hanukkah,
  • Bedouins,
  • Railroad trains,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Near Palestine in the 1890s, a train derails and its engineer, who was rushing to spend Hanukkah with friends, is surprised when a Bedouin who helps him says they are in the very place where the miracle of Hanukkah began.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Deborah Bodin Cohen ; illustrations by Shahar Kober
    ContributionsKober, Shahar, ill
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.C6623 Emh 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25059421M
    ISBN 109780761351450
    LC Control Number2010016832

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    Engineer Ari’s train is coming to Jerusalem collecting goodies along the way to celebrate the Jewish New Year, and he learns an important lesson along the way. November 4: Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap. Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. Your shopping cart is empty! Navigation Books & Media.


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Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah mishap by Deborah Bodin Cohen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap (Magazine) "It's Hanukkah and Engineer Ari is off in his train to celebrate the holiday with his friends, Jessie and Nathaniel. He is carrying traditional sufganiyot (jelly donuts), dreidels, and Turkish coins.

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Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. The camel's Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become friends/5.

"Engineer Ari returns for another holiday story in Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap. Ari drives a train in s Ottoman Palestine, when the mile rail link between Jerusalem and Jaffa, on the Mediterranean coast, opened.

It's almost the start of Hanukkah and Ari has barely enough time to drive the train from Jerusalem back to Jaffa to 5/5(2). Get this from a library. Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah mishap. [Deborah Bodin Cohen; Shahar Kober] -- Near Palestine in the s, a train derails and its engineer, who was rushing to spend Hanukkah with friends, is surprised when a Bedouin who helps him says they are in the very place where the.

Cohen and Kober return with another holiday happening for Engineer Ari. The train driver is hurrying home by train to celebrate Hanukkah when he is forced to stop abruptly for a pesky camel sitting on. Deborah Bodin Cohen was ordained at Hebrew Union College - Jewish institute of Religion.

She is the author of many children's books including the Engineer Ari series, The Seventh Day, Papa Jethro, and Nachshon Who Was Afraid to books have received numerous honors, including a National Jewish Book award, Sydney Taylor honor designations and the Sugarman : Deborah Bodin Cohen.

Free shipping on orders of $35+ from Target. Read reviews and buy Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap - by Deborah Bodin Cohen (Paperback) at Target. Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or Drive : $   Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah mishap Item Preview remove-circle Near Palestine in the s, a train derails and its engineer, who was rushing to spend Hanukkah with friends, is surprised when a Bedouin who helps him says they are in the very place where the miracle of Hanukkah began Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN Pages: The camel’s Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become friends.

From the team that brought you award-winning Engineer Ari and the Rosh Hashanah Ride and Engineer Ari and the Sukkah Express.

AgesGrades K-3 32 pages, 10 5/8 x 8 7/8. The camel's Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become friends "Journal" Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the : Rabbi Deborah Bodin Cohen; Shahar Kober.

Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap: Item Number (GTS) Your Price: $ Book Format: Paperback [+$] Quantity: Description: Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. The camel s Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two.

Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. The camel's Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become friends.

Engineer Ari continues his holiday adventures in Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap by Deborah Bodin Cohen, illustrated by Shahar Kober (Kar-Ben, Sept.; 4-up). As Ari makes his way from the. Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks.

The camel’s Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an Author: Deborah Bodin Cohen. Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. The camel's Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become : Rabbi Deborah Bodin Cohen; Shahar Kober.

Hurrying home to celebrate Hanukkah, Engineer Ari screeches his train to a halt to avoid hitting a stubborn camel sitting on the tracks. The camel’s Bedouin owner invites Ari to his tent to await help, where the two have an impromptu Hanukkah celebration, and become friends.

Read Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap by Deborah Bodin Cohen, a children's picture book about a devout Jew and a Bedouin who are brought together on this holiday rich with history and meaning.

Read Hanukkah Haiku by Harriet Ziefert, a festive overview of this Jewish holiday with excellent little poems and top-drawer paintings. Engineer Ari and the Hanukkah Mishap by Deborah Bodin Cohen – After reading this book I discovered that it’s the third in the Engineer Ari series.

The other books in the series are about Rosh Hashanah and Sukkah. In this story Engineer Ari is getting ready to celebrate Hanukkah with his Engineer friends Nathaniel and Jessie.

This holiday season, having already had a Rosh Hashanah Ride and ventured on the Sukkah Express, Engineer Ari faces a “Hanukkah Mishap.” Previous reviewers have noted the bright and vivid depictions of the land of Israel before the present-day state existed.

This story, which also shares the history and customs of Hanukkah, is no exception. Engi­neer Ari and his red steam engine return to cel­e­brate the Fes­ti­val of Lights. As Ari hur­ries to the Jerusalem sta­tion with his arms full of pack­ages, he pass­es two boys reen­act­ing the tri­umph of the Mac­cabees and two girls play­ing drei­del to com­mem­o­rate Hanukkah’s great mir­a­cle.

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