Publisher: NewSouth Books (March 1, 2013)
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Size: 6.9 MB
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initially released within the young ones s journal Cricket, Golemito is the tale of ways a number of Jewish boys in Mexico urban confront bullying by means of making a Golem, the legendary creature of Jewish folklore. The Golem was once initially made through Rabbi Lowe, referred to as the Maharal of Prague, within the sixteenth century to safeguard town s Jewish neighborhood from anti-Semitic assaults. In Golemito, Sammy Nurko and the tale s narrator conjure an Aztec model of the Golem that's minute in measurement and responds to spell binding Nahuitl poetry.Written through across the world well known, prize-winning writer Ilan Stavans and illustrated by means of Teresa Villegas, Golemito is either an endearing story of braveness and redemption and a captivating fusion of the Jewish and Latino traditions.