The Elephant in the Spring

Celebrating Similarities—for Interfaith Families

by Suzan Loeb & With Lucy Ravich


Formats

Softcover
$14.95
Hardcover
$23.95
E-Book
$3.99
Softcover
$14.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/8/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 44
ISBN : 9781480848948
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 44
ISBN : 9781480848955
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 44
ISBN : 9781480848962

About the Book

The Elephant in the Spring

celebrating similarities - for interfaith families

Each spring, adults and children alike celebrate special holidays. Some celebrate Easter. Others observe Passover. But what if you live in a household that celebrates both?

The Elephant in the Spring uses poetry and illustrations to help readers and their families recognize the similarities of some traditions observed and honored during Easter and Passover. Children in interfaith families will feel more included and special. The Elephant in the Spring also raises awareness and understanding in all children.

The Elephant in the Spring is the perfect book for interfaith families who celebrate both seasonal holidays. Great fun for the whole family!

-Alli West, Program Director of Connect

We love The Elephant in the Room and are so excited to add this new book to our collection. Our children will be raised with both holidays and these books represent what we hope to impart to them. Our goal is to blend without compromising our core values and these books will be of great help to us and our family.

-Bari & Alex

We are a two-generational interfaith family. We taught our children, and now our grandchildren, what we always believed: respect for other religions is the basis for peace, love and happiness. The Elephant in the Spring … promotes understanding and makes children in interfaith families feel special. These books are much needed in our diversified world.

-Paula & Rick


About the Author

Suzan Loeb is the original “Suzan Says” of Marvel Comics romance comic books. She penned publicity and informational pieces in Las Vegas, Nevada and retired from The Charlotte Observer. Following the success of The Elephant in the Room, authoring The Elephant in the Spring, was a natural next step. She resides in North Carolina and enjoys spending time with her beloved grandchildren.

Lucy Ravich is a teacher with over thirty years of experience. Her persistent encouragement and editing skills resulted in the publication of both The Elephant in the Room and The Elephant in the Spring. A valued friend and loving grandmother, she resides in North Carolina.