The Schmutzy children love to get dirty and are encouraged to have fun, and all week until Friday, which is the Sabbath This story is a fun way to show some Jewish traditions Great illustrations and a funny ending to the story. Popular Books, The Schmutzy Family Author Madelyn Rosenberg This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Schmutzy Family , Essay By Madelyn Rosenberg Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You In the Schmutzy family, Mama Schmutzy encourages messes, exploration, and play from Sunday through Friday But on Friday morning, Mama expects the Schmutzy children to clean up everything in preparation for Sabbath Then the children help prepare for Sabbath and enjoy their time together as a family at least until Sunday rolls around again.The illustrations are done in ink and are very colorful and fun.This is a wonderful story about a Jewish mother who encourages creative play but expects the children to clean up afterwards and to participate in Sabbath to the fullest I would have liked to see the children clean up each night since the messes in this story were quite outlandish, but otherwise I liked Mama s attitude about what is important This is a great story that includes Jewish culture I would recommend for ages 4 8. The Schmutzy family is an interesting children s book I don t think I have ever read anything like it before In The Schmutzy Family, the children are very messy and dirty They love mud, earthworms, dirt, and frogs If there s a mess to get into, they re going to find it and get into it The mother doesn t mind There are blueberry stains everywhere, and they even draw on the walls The mother doesn t even bat an eye That slightly bothered me It s not realistic If I would have done any of the things that they do when I was a child, I would have gotten into a heck of a lot of trouble The only time the mother is bothered by the mess is Shabbos Shabbos is the Jewish Sabbath The book teaches a lot about the Jewish culture, which I did like It even has a glossary for children and parents to look at together Other than the book not being realistic at times, I enjoyed it. Mama Schmutzy lets her kids explore and create even if it is MESSY and it does get very messy She encourages her kids to create and learn but on Friday, she expects all the Schmutzys to help clean up and get ready for the Sabbath.Why I liked this book This is a funny book with great illustrations I like the ending not telling a lot It tells an important message have fun and get messy, but you still have a responsibility to clean up My Mom let s us play messy I like that It also teaches about some Jewish traditions I am not Jewish and I liked learning about the Shabbos I think it is important to learn about other cultures and religions I think this book will make a great read aloud I recommend this book to kids 4 NOTE I won a copy of this book in a give away and liked it so much I wanted to review it. The Schmutzy kids are allowed to do whatever they like Sunday through Friday morning This includes building a habitat for frogs in the kitchen sink, redo the wardrobe with tomato sauce, add bananas and other fruit to the pineapples already on the wallpaper.However, when the children return home Friday morning, covered in mud and cow droppings they had been jumping over cow pies in a nearby field , Mrs Schmutzy was not pleased Shabbos was fast approaching and the couldn t bring in Shabbos looking like that So all the kids pitched in and cleaned, washed and straightened Then they all helped their mother braid the challah bread and set the table It was a wonderful Shaboos Shabbat Shalom The Schmutzys are very messy all week long and Mama seems not to notice, but when Friday comes it is time for everyone to pitch in and clean up for the Sabbath It might need to be explained ahead of time or studied about before reading this particular story that the family is Jewish and the Sabbath is on Saturday not Sunday in that faith Otherwise, that could be confusing I do like there is a small glossary at the front of Yiddish words used in the story, however a pronunciation guide would have been helpful. A great book about exploring, creating, and experimenting both inside and out All the mess it creates is supported and encouraged by the parents in this book, but as the Sabbath approaches the whole family joins together to clean up and set right their home, abiding by Jewish traditions Artwork is detailed enough to support storytelling pre reading skills. I love this book And kids will too The Schmutzy s spend Sunday through Friday morning getting all kinds of dirty, and Mama Schmutzy cheers them on On Friday, however, she gets them to clean up themselves and the house so they ll be ready for Shabbat A joyous, never preachy book, good for a Friday night Shabbat service readaloud except for the part about the worms in kids hair A fun story featuring a large family, not often seen in current PBs who spend five days each week up to their ears literally in mud, bugs, mess, and every conceivable form of schmutz , with Mom s full endorsement Their eager effort to undo the schmutz in time for the Sabbath is charming and suits this exuberant and energetic bunch.
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- 30 pages
- The Schmutzy Family
- Madelyn Rosenberg
- 08 February 2019 Madelyn Rosenberg