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Title: Aliza in MitzvahLand
Author: Bracha Goetz
Illustrated by Yishia Suval
Publisher: Judaica Press
“When I’ve got nothing to do,
It’s because I’m forgetting…
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This is the tenth book for children’s author, Bracha Goetz, who became a ba’alas teshuva after graduating from Harvard over 30 years ago. Goetz’s books often explain very deep and complex concepts in amazingly simple ways – so that children (and even adults, finally) can understand them.
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