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Talia and the Rude Vegetables
By Linda Elovitz Marshal
Talia wonders how a vegetable can be rude when she mishears her grandmother asking her to gather root vegetables for the Rosh Hashanah stew. Join Talia as she collects the "twisted, ornery carrots and parsnips" and finds a good home for the rest of the harvest.
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