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Hanukcats and Other Traditional Jewish Songs for Cats
Laurie Loughlin (au); Mary Ross (il)
Cats are not usually associated with scenes of Hanukkah, Passover, or Rosh Hashanah, but you can bet your blintzes that they’ll be there -- and with only a few things in mind: where’s the gefilte fish? These people are meshuggener! Here for the first time are 20 traditional Jewish songs, written from a cat’s point of view and sing along: “Hava Nagila” becomes “Have a Burrito” and “Kema, Kemah” becomes “Kmart, Kmart.” Oy! For year-round giggles, you’ll find that “Hanukcats” has more to offer than just cats with chutzpah. Full-color illustrations. Compact format.
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