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How to be a Mensch Monster, Read Aloud with Leslie KimmelmanSunday, September 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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How to be a Mensch Monster, Read Aloud with Leslie Kimmelman

Join the JCC for a family-friendly day of 9/11 Day of Service activity and read aloud with Author Leslie Kimmelman

It may be hard for you to believe, but some people are afraid of monsters. While it’s true that monsters sometimes look scary, actually most of them are kind and helpful. Monsters can even be mensches! Come join a friendly monster guide as it demonstrates all the different ways of being a mensch, whether you have three heads–or just one. Then stay and practice to be a mensch yourself!

About the Author:

Leslie Kimmelman is the author of more than 50 books for children, including a large number with Jewish topics. Her books have won many national and state awards, and five of her books have been recognized by the Sydney Taylor committee, which presents annual awards for outstanding children’s books that authentically portray the Jewish experience. Leslie was a children’s book editor for decades, and worked at Sesame Workshop for almost 25 years. She lives in Westchester County. Visit her at lesliekimmelman.com.

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