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Ellis Shuman's Review in The Times of Israel

"When we first meet Jeremiah Gerstler, he is a mischievous 11-year-old who sees no harm in releasing spotted frogs on his family’s seder table during the recitation of the Ten Plagues. But Jeremiah is certainly not the delinquent his school’s headmaster claims he is. He’s a boy after all. Although his parents would love to make him a mensch, Jeremiah will find his own way in life...."


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