Diario Judío México - After Yosef, his brothers and father built their sukah, they went to buy a lulav and etrog. Yosef is fascinated by its fragrance and can’t wait until the holiday arrives to smell it again. But his father placed the lulav and etrog on the top shelf of the cabinet. This is the start of Yosef’s problems.

THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING PITOM is beautifully illustrated in full color. It’s also very educational, explaining the pitom specifications that make the etrog acceptable for use during sukot.

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About the Author

Beverly Mach Geller is a graduate of Syracuse University School of Nursing. After careers in nursing and interior decorating, she earned a BA in English from Rutgers University and an MA from the College of New Jersey.

Beverly is a published children’s poet. Her other picture books include THE UPHERIN: EPHRAIM’S FIRST HAIRCUT, THE SHALOM ZACHAR AT NACHUM’S HOUSE, and THE MITZVAH GIRL (Gefen Publishing). Ms. Geller has three children, eight grandchildren, and resides in Highstown, NJ with her husband, Sam.

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