It Could Always Be Worse
Retold by Margot Zemach, 16 pages, about 1000 words
Item Number: 2175
This is a Children's Text-Braille book, which means that in addition to raised Braille, it has extra features.
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This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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Unable to stand his overcrowded and noisy home any longer, a poor man goes to the holy Rabbi for help. Though he's shocked at the preposterous idea of taking his noisy and numerous farm animals into his hut to live with him, he gladly agrees to try. In no time, his tiny home is soon turned up-side-down, no one can eat let alone sleep, and the man is nearly driven insane. Thankfully, the holy Rabbi has a trick or two up his sleeve. The poor unfortunate man is about to find out just how truly fortunate he really is. With repetitive text and a hilarious plot, this is sure to be a favorite book with a superb moral. (A New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year.)
For ages 7 to 10.
Package Weight: about 10.9 ounces.
(From the General-Interest Books shelf.)