Why is matzah plain and flat?
For centuries it's been like that.
A rhyming introduction to Passover's traditional food, with children eating and enjoying lotsa matzah many different ways during the holiday.
Author: Tilda Balsley
Illustrator: Akemi Gutierrez
"The colloquial language is easy and inviting. The watercolor and pencil illustrations are lovely. This is a recommended purchase for home, school, and synagogue libraries with a preschool population." --Association of Jewish Libraries
"Appealing board books can sell anything to tots, if the adorable works. This new one is a good one . . . The warm, joyous illustrations rush all over, tirelessly, just like the targeted audience. Perfect for greasy hands and teeth tempted to chew, this latest addition to the board book pile has 'lotsa' pluses: more content than most, well told, well organized, well thought-out, well drawn. It contains sound information in a captivating way and is recommended for ages 2-4" --Jewish Book World