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Sukkot Treasure Hunt by Allison Ofanansky

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Happy Holiday! 28 29 Fun facts about the species mentioned in this book: Etrog: The etrog was the first citrus fruit to grow in the Middle East. It has grown there for over 3,500 years—since the time of Abraham. Lulav (date palm): The honey of the “land of milk and honey” is not from bees—it is a syrup made from the date fruits. ” Aside from giving us tasty fruits and the lulav, the stems can be used to weave beautiful, strong baskets, and the leafy fronds can be used for shade (such as the roof of a sukkah).

She lives in the village of Kaditah, near the mystical city of Tzefat, with her husband Shmuel and their daughter Aravah. They all enjoy hiking in the hills of the Galilee, gathering and eating the fruits that grow there. Together they are involved in environmental and “eco-peace” projects. Allison is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in journalism, and works as an editor of academic articles and books. She is also the author of the children’s book Harvest of Light (Kar-Ben). About the Photographer Born and raised outside Chicago, Eliyahu (Andrew) Alpern has been interested in food, travel, and photography since early childhood.

They all enjoy hiking in the hills of the Galilee, gathering and eating the fruits that grow there. Together they are involved in environmental and “eco-peace” projects. Allison is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in journalism, and works as an editor of academic articles and books. She is also the author of the children’s book Harvest of Light (Kar-Ben). About the Photographer Born and raised outside Chicago, Eliyahu (Andrew) Alpern has been interested in food, travel, and photography since early childhood.

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