ONE LITTLE GOAT: A Passover Song by Marilyn--Adapt. Hirsh

ONE LITTLE GOAT: A Passover Song

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Marilyn Hirsh, the Isaac Singer of picture books, here turns a song regularly sung at the end of the Passover seder into a play that's pictured with children performing it. In House-That-Jack-Built-fashion, the plot developments pile up as the goat that father buys (""One little goat, one little goat"") is eaten by a cat that's bitten by a dog that's beaten by a stick that's ho killed the butcher, who butchered the ox,/ That drank the water, that put out the fire,/ That burned the stick, that beat the dog,/ That bit the cat, that ate the goat,/ My father bought for two zuzim./ One little goat, one little goat."" As mimed on st burned by a fire. . . until the turnaround when the Holy One Slays the Angel of Death 'W

Pub Date: March 15th, 1979
Publisher: Holiday House