The Sign in Mendel's Window

Mildred Phillips Margot Zemach

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The Sign in Mendel's Window

The Sign in Mendel s Window Mendel s sign has the whole town asking questions Times are tough so Mendel must rent out half his butcher shop When a stranger arrives needing a room he seems the answer to Mendel s prayers But som

  • Title: The Sign in Mendel's Window
  • Author: Mildred Phillips Margot Zemach
  • ISBN: 9780689809798
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mendel s sign has the whole town asking questions Times are tough, so Mendel must rent out half his butcher shop When a stranger arrives needing a room, he seems the answer to Mendel s prayers But someone in the village is a thief, and only Mendel s wife can tell who the villain might be Margot Zemach s illustrations brim over with keen humor and storytelling in this cMendel s sign has the whole town asking questions Times are tough, so Mendel must rent out half his butcher shop When a stranger arrives needing a room, he seems the answer to Mendel s prayers But someone in the village is a thief, and only Mendel s wife can tell who the villain might be Margot Zemach s illustrations brim over with keen humor and storytelling in this classic tale of life in a small European village.

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    1. Bernadette on said:

      The illustrations are lovely and show variation in facial features and clothing. The description of life in a small village sounds accurate. I loved the idea that the townspeople came together to save one of their own. This is a rare occurrence in our present-day cities and towns. Students could learn a lot by reading and discussing life in a small village and compare it to other cultures that they may be familiar with. Inquiry into the names of the characters, as well as their own names, may be [...]

    2. Kathleen Heroux on said:

      The inhabitants of the little town of Kosnov wondered why the town butcher put a "for rent" sign in his window and who was Mr. Tinker?

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