What Happened to Heather Hopkowitz by Charlotte Herman
  

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What Happened to Heather Hopkowitz by Charlotte Herman

Ages 8 and up. Fourteen-year-old Heather Hopkowitz can't imagine life without bacon, cheeseburgers, or bowling on Friday nights. But she gives them all up when she spends an entire month as the guest of an Orthodox Jewish family while her parents are away on vacation. As Heather begins to appreciate the traditional rituals, she considers becoming observant. What will her friends think? What will her parents think?

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Format

Paperback
186 pages
Interest Age: 8-12

Author

Charlotte Herman
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Publisher

Jewish Publication Society

Publication date

1st April 1994

ISBN

9780827605206


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