Alone Together on Dan Street
by Erica Lyons
illustrated by Jennifer Jamieson
Apples & Honey Press
National Jewish Book Awards Finalist
Mira practices the Four Questions on her apartment balcony and finds a way to bring the neighborhood together for Passover even during the separation of a pandemic. It’s a book about empathy, community, coming together, and finding a silver lining.
It was the year of singing with one another. No one was together, but no one was alone.
Available from Behrman House (Apples & Honey Press) on Amazon, Book Depository, and wherever books are sold!
Tablet Magazine’s Best Jewish Children’s Books of 2022
“A lovely reminder of how the pandemic that separated us also brought us together.”
From the Jewish Book Council
“This lovely book, with its evocative color illustrations of Israeli scenes, tells a heartwarming and accurate story that encapsulates the spirit of Israel…”
From Hadassah Magazine
“A charming only-in-Israel tale of resilience and empathy.”
From the Association of Jewish Libraries
“This lovely Passover tale captures the spirit of the holiday, and the concept of community…”
In Publishers Weekly
Kids’ Titles that Put the ‘Holy’ in ‘Holiday’
From moment magazine
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Featured on the Book of Life Podcast
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