A Sack Full of Feathers

A Sack Full of Feathers

Debby Waldman Cindy Revell (Illustrator) / May 29, 2020

A Sack Full of Feathers Yankel loves to tell stories as long as they are someone else s He does not see the hurt that his stories cause the way they spread and change Then the rabbi hands him a bag of feathers and tells hi

  • Title: A Sack Full of Feathers
  • Author: Debby Waldman Cindy Revell (Illustrator)
  • ISBN: 9781551438634
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • Yankel loves to tell stories, as long as they are someone else s He does not see the hurt that his stories cause, the way they spread and change Then the rabbi hands him a bag of feathers and tells him to place one on every doorstep in the village Yankel is changed by what happens and finds himself with his best story yet, one of his very own.

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    1. Title: A Sack Full of FeathersAuthor: Debby WaldmanIllustrator: Cindy RevellGenre: European folktaleTheme(s): GossipOpening line/sentence: In the village of Olkiniki lived a boy named Yankel, who loved to tell stories.Brief Book Summary: A Sack Full of feathers is about a little boy named Yankel who goes around telling his friends stories that are not completely true. His rabbi, wanting to teach him a lesson, sends him out into the village to place a feather on each door step. Later on, the Rabb [...]


    2. I just finished reading both "A Sack Full of Feathers" by Debby Waldman and Cindy Revell and "Yettele's Feathers" by Joan Rothenberg. I am currently a 2nd grade religious school teacher at a synagogue in Raleigh, North Carolina. I was using a textbook titled, "Jewish Values From Alef to Tav: A Value Story for Every Letter of the Hebrew Alphabet" by Joel Grishaver to teach my students about the Jewish value of Lashon Hara. Lashon Hara, translated literally as "bad tongue," refers to Jewish lesson [...]


    3. Reviewed by Me for Kids @ TeensReadTooYankel Liebovich has a very bad habit. Since his father owns the village store in Olkinik, he hears all kinds of stories every day. Unfortunately, Yankel doesn't usually hang around to hear the end of the tale. No, what Yankel hears are things that he knows the other school children will find funny, interesting, or horrifying--and those are the stories that Yankel tells daily. He likes to brag about the fight between two women who were arguing over a piece o [...]


    4. This book would be awesome for stopping gossip in a classroom and explaining why it is not good. It tells the story of a young Jewish boy named Yankel who's Dad works in a local store. Therefore, Yankel LOVES to run around and listen in on other people's stories and has many opportunities to do so. Every day, Yankel finds a new, and not so true, story to tell his friends. Yankel always leaves the conversation before he sees how it ends; therefore, he ends up telling his friends wrong information [...]


    5. Age:Grades K-3Genre:folktaleDiversity:Jewish folktaleIllustrations:Illustrations were created with acrylics.Personal response:The book sends a great message to children to think before sharing stories that may not be completely true (spreading rumors). The illustrations made the book so colorful and fun. I really like how the rabbi in the story carefully taught the boy a lesson with the sack of feathers. Curricular or programming connections:This book would be good for students to write about an [...]




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