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The Prince Who Thought He Was a Rooster and Other Jewish Stories by Ann Jungman

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Published by Frances Lincoln .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fairy tales, folk tales, fables, magical tales & traditional stories,
  • Juvenile Folk Tales / Mythology / Fables,
  • Juvenile Short Story Collections,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/All Ages,
  • Children: Grades 3-4,
  • Fairy Tales & Folklore - Country/Ethnic-General,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Country & Ethnic,
  • Humorous Stories,
  • Short Stories,
  • Children"s stories, English

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsMichael Rosen (Introduction)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11910826M
ISBN 101845077946
ISBN 109781845077945
OCLC/WorldCa123375425

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They called upon their community members to help, but no one could convince the prince that he was actually not a rooster. Finally, the king and queen called upon their trusted rabbi for advice. The rabbi arrived to the banquet hall, crawled underneath the table, and perched next to .   When a prince wakes up one morning and decides that he is actually a rooster, his father, the king, does not know what to do. Nothing that the king does can make the prince stop behaving like a rooster, until he seeks out the rabbi who has an interesting solution. This story, retold by Rabbi Marc Katz, explores themes of empathy, and what it means to meet people where they are.   A Golem a Prince who thinks he's a Rooster? Find them all in this collection of traditional Jewish stories - lovingly treasured, retold and carried through countries as far apart as Poland, Afghanistan, Czechoslovakia, Morocco, Russia and : Ann Jungman.   A tale of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (As told by Yonassan Gershom) Once there was a prince who went mad and insisted he was a rooster. He sat under the table naked, clucking and eating his food off the : Yonassan Gershom.

It also related nicely to the Hasidic parable by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, about the mad prince who thought he was a rooster. (Read my re-telling of the story.) Or, some say, he was a turkey -- but I first heard it as a rooster Author: Yonassan Gershom. The item The prince who thought he was a rooster and other Jewish stories, retold by Ann Jungman ; illustrated by Sarah Adams represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Randwick City Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.   Once again the rooster prince thought about how cold he felt, and when the sage put on socks and shoes, the rooster prince saw how bruised and tired his own feet were. When the sage asked for a plate of food, and the rooster prince smelled it, his Author: Amy Friedman And Meredith Johnson. The prince, who thinks he is a rooster, learns that regardless of what or who he is, he can choose to eat at the table and wear clothes and celebrate the Sabbath.