Follow Peter, Mary, and Hank in a blast to the past to the time of Moses and the Plagues of Egypt. Having already survived two adventures in the magical scrolls, this duo with their pet dog dive into a third mysterious scroll with fourteen days to solve the puzzle.
This book is just as the title suggests – a veritable tomb of funnies and trivia for children to engage with.
This book examines the “Ten Commandments,” or the “Decalogue,” from a Christian point of view. This disclosure is needed so that when one reads the work, they understand that Jewish tradition is not taken into account. For example, the notion that the ten commands are on two tablets as the first five and the second five is attributed to Philo and Josephus, but is not actually evaluated in terms of Jewish history and tradition.
What does it mean to be Jewish in the age of Trump? It is a great, and frightening, inquiry. The hate that has come out of the woodwork is unbelievable, and yet we have to believe it because it is very much real.
Disclaimer: this book contains language not suitable for work (ironic, isn’t it?). Have you watched a TV-MA show before? You’ll find loads of unnecessary junk to exploit the rating, one of the common ones being unnecessary F-bombs and the like. Part of the purpose is the “art of the rating.” This book is very similar. It could’ve been kept PG, but part of the flavor and larger picture is the need for the language. It’s an artistic expression, and this book is definitely a work of art. So, reader be warned, this book has useless foul language designed only to give a more accurate voice of the text to how the author truly feels, and as a result, believes how you should feel as well.