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Synopsis:
It's almost Purim, and Talia's sure that Grandma said they're going to bake "haman-tushies." Eww! But as Talia helps Grandma with the recipe and learns the story of Purim—from the bravery of Queen Esther to the schemes of wicked Haman—she discovers a lot about these holiday cookies that she didn't know. The third in Marshall's play-on-words Talia stories including Talia and the Rude Vegetables and Talia and the Very YUM Kippur.
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Talia and the Haman-Tushies


Illustrated by Francesca Assirelli

Publisher: KarBen/Lerner    

ISBN-10: 152408256
ISBN-13: 978-1512408256

Talia decided she would help Grandma make the 
Haman-tushies
– but she would never - ever - eat one.
I’ve always loved making hamantaschen. It’s such a great group project. My mother used peanut butter and chocolate kisses for fillings…Mmmm…delicious!! So, for Purim, I wanted to write a book about Talia that included Hamantaschen and turned things wrong side up — so I came up with Haman-TUSHIES!
~Linda