Publisher: Wyndebirk Books (March 20, 2016)
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Kelev, a full of life black Labrador retriever, lives with an orthodox Jewish kin in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill local. One-year previous Kelev learns of his Judaism from his neighbor beagle blood brother, and begins considering turning into a rabbi--a typical function simply because he already wears a black coat. He teaches the opposite local Jewish pets approximately their responsibilities to make the area a greater position and likewise invents a tool, the Yidometer, that measures one's constancy to Judaism. yet Kelev eventually abandons the Yidometer simply because he concludes that Judaism, with its richness and complexity, can't be diminished to a unmarried number. Kelev serves as a task version for people who can discover ways to curtail their skill for cruelty via watching canines' innocence.