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Clay Man: The Golem of Prague

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Secretly following his rabbi father outside the walled Jewish ghetto in 1595 Prague, Jacob watches him bring a golem to life to protect those living in the ghetto.

About the Author

German-born Irene N. Watts is a writer and playwright who has worked throughout Europe and Canada. Her play, “Lillie,” based on her novel Flower, won first prize in UNESCO’s Biennial Playwriting Award. Her novels Good-bye Marianne, Finding Sophie, and Remember Me, have had international acclaim. She makes her home by the sea in Vancouver.

Kathryn E. Shoemaker has illustrated over thirty children’s books and has written four books for teachers. Her work ranges from books, filmstrips, and greeting cards, to posters, calendars, and illustrations and articles for magazines. She is currently working on her doctorate degree. Kathryn Shoemaker lives in Vancouver.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781770490833
Subtitle:
The Golem of Prague
Publisher:
Tundra
Author:
Watts, Irene N.
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Publication Date:
20091110
Binding:
ELECTRONIC
Language:
English
Pages:
96

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