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Fun Purim Coloring Book

Kids of all ages can now learn the Purim story through beautiful illustrations. This Purim coloring book narrates the Purim story in an easy and fun way along with pictures that the kids could color!
  Rated 5 out of 5 stars
based on 1 reviews
Pros
Esther's not a redhead
Cons
Story too abridged
Best Uses
Introduction to the story
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Purim Coloring Book
by Ashley Renee from Port Arthur, TX on 3/1/2010
I live in Cajun country - not many Jews, not a lot of knowledge of things Jewish. I bought these to go in Purim baskets going to two households: one to a Jewish household, one to a gentile household. I have no doubt that the Jews and Gentiles will both be able to understand them without a problem. It served as a great way to introduce the adults in the household to the festival by way of something fun for the kids. This coloring book was obviously designed - and designed well - to read the Megillah AND entertain kids with coloring. A truly excellent product! The only thing I can say against it was that, I felt, it was too abridged. I understand it was designed for kids - and it didn't take out anything necessary to the story - but, in my personal opinion - it felt like like it was missing something. I also was very pleased to see Esther, where colored in, portrayed with dark hair! Heroines are too often portrayed with light hair and blue or green eyes regardless of the historical figure's true ethnicity and biological descent. This is a very negative subtext to teach our daughters. Dark features are just as beautiful as fair ones.