- SKU: 5997139
- Release Date: 11/18/2003
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- "Sing Along at Bubbe's"
- Traditional games, recipes, prayers & songs
- Closed Captioned
This video, which appears on the Parents' Choice Recommended Children's Tapes list, is one of a three-part series that introduces children to Jewish holidays and traditions. This volume of the series takes kids to visit Bubbe -- the Yiddish word for "Grandmother" -- as she gets her home ready for the beautiful and sacred holiday of Chanuka. All the traditions of the season are presented, with clear and simple explanations of their meaning. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Passover at Bubbe's
A puppet cast discovers and enacts the traditions of the holidays in Passover at Bubbe's. This uplifting family film, originally released in 1990, was the winner of a Kids First! Award. It features colorful Muppet-like characters involved in Passover preparations. The holiday story touches the heart of young and old alike with its account of the warm relationship between grandmother Bubbe and her granddaughter. The film contains original music and historically accurate information. Passover at Bubbe's is one of a series of home videos featuring the Bubbe puppet family. ~ Sally Barber, Rovi