Brosh can’t find his blue cap, and suspects that one of his friends has taken it. When Grover returns the lost item, Brosh is glad that the High Holidays offer him a chance to say, “I’m sorry.”
About the Author
Tilda Balsley has written many books for Kar-Ben, bringing her stories to life with rhyme, rhythm, and humor. Tilda lives with her husband and their rescue Shih Tzu in Reidsville, North Carolina.
Ellen Fischer was born in St. Louis. Following graduation from Washington University, she taught children with special needs and then ESL at a Jewish Day School. She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina with her husband. They have three children.
Tom Leigh is a children’s book author and longtime illustrator of Sesame Street and Muppet books. He lives on Little Deer Isle off the coast of Maine.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Hott Synopsis: Rosh Hashanah is tonight and Brosh can’t start the year right without his favorite blue cap. But will he ruin his new year by accusing his friends of stealing? Hott Review: What I liked: I loved this book, I grabbed it, not realizing what it was, because I saw Grover on the front & he’s my absolute favorite. But this book is wonderful! It’s a great way for children, and adults, to learn about others customs What I didn’t like: My copy didn’t include the wonderful pictures. :( More… Author: Tilda Balsley, Ellen Fischer, Tom Leigh (Ill) Source: Kar-Ben Publishing (Open Road Media) via Netgalley Grade: A Ages: 2+ Setting: Isreal Series: Sesame Street