Pink Slippers, Bat Mitzvah Blues by Ferida Wolff
  

Synopsis

Pink Slippers, Bat Mitzvah Blues by Ferida Wolff

A busy young girl struggles to understand her Jewish identity and balance the demands on her everyday life.

Reviews

Alyssa has become an adult, according to Judaism

her characters are well realized and lend additional credibility to the story. -Publishers Weekly -- Publishers Weekly Publishers Weekly Alyssa struggles with the need to examine personal priorities and commitments. Guided by Jewish precepts, she is able to make some serious decisions. The suburban middle-class setting provides a sturdy anchor for this story. Rabbi Pearlman is exemplary

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Ferida Wolff
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Publisher

Jewish Publication Society

Publication date

1st August 1994

ISBN

9780827605312


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