3 edition of adventures of K"tonton found in the catalog.
adventures of K"tonton
Sadie Rose Weilerstein
The adventures of a thumb-sized boy born into a Jewish family.
Sequel: K"tonton in Israel.
|Statement||Illus. by Jeannette Berkowitz.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.W43 Ad2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||64023336|
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A few tales from this volume--Ktonton's Sukkot Adventure and Ktonton's Yom Kippur Kitten--were reprinted later as individual books with new color illustrations. Isaac Samuel ben Baruch Reuben--whose first name meant laughter--was called K'tonton, which in 5/5(3).
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Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.Like New. CHILDREN'S BOOKS. The exuberant and irrespressible K'tonton who endeared himself to three generations in the adventures of K'tonton is back.
Now, as a stowaway, he flies to Israel and gets in and out of adventures as only K'tonton the thumb-sized child could. (Key Words: Israel, Children's Books, Fiction, Sadie Rose Weilerstein).