What Zeesie Saw on Delancey Street

Source: PJ Library

In the early 1900’s on the Lower East Side, a seven-year-old girl learns lessons of community, generosity, and courage from the Jewish immigrant population. With illustrations that are lively and filled with ethnic and historical detail, this book teaches the Jewish philosophy of social justice and “charity” without overly explaining or preaching about Tzedakah.

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