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F is for Friendship: The Peanut Butter and Jelly Jam Sandwich

Ruchama (Cohen) Schnaidman

I have a savta. Yeah, I know, I’m not the only one. Lots of kids have savtas. But believe me when I tell you I have a savta.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

cute illustration kidsNow, don’t get me wrong, Savta is a really nice person. She gives out chocolate faster than I can eat it — and that’s major — she gives more hugs and kisses than anyone I know, and she can solve math problems like a whiz. The only thing is: Savta has ideas about everything. And, when I say everything I mean everything. Of course, when Savta has an idea that means that whoever is sitting next to her is about to have that idea, too. But, that’s not a bad thing, it’s actually really great. And, the best part is: Savta has the most interesting ways to get her ideas across.

 

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