• The Village Feasts

  • Stories of Food and Laughter
  • By: Izzy Abrahmson
  • Narrated by: Mark BInder
  • Length: 1 hr and 53 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Delicious Passovers in the Village

Izzy Abrahmson’s The Village Feasts warms the heart.

Life in the village often revolves around food and families. The Village Feasts is the follow-up collection to Winter Blessings by National Jewish Book Award for Family Literature nominee, Izzy Abrahmson.

The audiobook is narrated by Audie award nominated storyteller, Mark Binder.

Rich with misadventures and ingenious solutions, the stories dance with a traditional feel around contemporary issues….

  • Mrs. Chaipul refuses to cook.
  • The Gold family can’t afford matzah (unleavened bread).
  • Reb Stein, the baker, wants to set a world record.
  • And why would anyone eat matzah made from cabbage?

"The eight days of Passover mark the transition between dark icy cold and warm sunshine,” Izzy explains. “The streets turn to mud, the weather is inconsistent, and for a whole week you’re not allowed to eat bread, only matzah. This is never easy, and so the villagers do their best to laugh and smile and complain while they gather together to celebrate.”

You’ll learn why Mrs. Chaipul’s lead sinker matzah balls are a favorite and discover what was Rabbi Kibbitz's “temptation”.

The Village Feasts includes 10 Passover stories perfect for adults and families with children. As always, you don’t need to be Jewish to enjoy stories from the village.

The Village Feasts is a book that you and your family will listen to again and again.

©2022 Mark Binder (P)2022 Mark Binder

Critic Reviews

“The village is snuggled in an indeterminate past that never was but certainly should have been. A past filled with love, humor, adventures, and more than occasional misadventures. And when you go, be sure to bring the kids.” (The Times of Israel)

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