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The Third Book in Mark Binder's "Stories of Chelm" series.... But these stories stand on their own, and you don't have to read them in any order...
First came, "A Hannukah Present" - finalist for the National Jewish Book Award for Family Literature
Then came, "The Brothers Schlemiel" - a novel of Chelm.
Now you can enjoy, "Matzah Mishugas" -- eight Passover tales for eight nights.
Lead Sinker Matzah Balls? Stolen Afikomen… Unexpected Dinner Guests!
Nosh with Rabbi Kibbitz, shmooze with Mrs. Chaipul. Say hello to Abraham and Adam Schlemiel. Read and share these tales and try the bonus recipe for interviewing your family
Mark Binder is an author and speaker. He tours the world sharing his stories with people of all ages.
Praise for Mark Binder’s Award-winning Chelm stories…
“Chelm fun that goes beyond the mere foolish… I found myself being surprised, amused and befuddled”
—Ottawa Jewish Bulletin
“Listeners of all cultural backgrounds will be entertained by these tales.… regardless of religious affiliation.”
—School Library Journal
“…surprising snippets of wisdom…”
—Jewish Daily Forward
“Parents and grandparents will enjoy reading selections aloud and retelling the stories… ”
“…a good bedtime read… but it’s the adults who will really get the humor written between the lines.”
—Jewish Book World
Fun stories - not just "religious"
As the author of this book, I'm always amazed at the categories it falls into. These are eight fun pieces of fiction about the village of Chelm during Passover.
Is a story about a prank with a giant matzah religious? Is the tale of how the village was saved by lead sinker matzah balls religious? Not so much. I wrote these stories for anyone -- young or old, Jewish or non-Jewish, religious or atheist or agnostic. I think, they're about as religious as rye bread...