Sammy Spider's First Book of Jewish Holidays
In "Sammy Spider's First Book of Jewish Holidays" Sammy the Spider hangs around while some Jewish holidays are being described through words and color drawings. This children's book covers the main Jewish holidays such as Yom Kippur and Sukkot plus some of the less spoken about holidays, such as Tu B'Shevat and Simchat Torah. The drawings describe what is eaten or done on those holidays to teach children the basic reasons for the holidays. For instance, for Tu B'Shevat it talks about how a tree is planted and shows in the drawing a younger and an older man planting one.