Alone Together on Dan Street
It was the year the singing stopped.
The streets across Jerusalem were silent.
To stay safe from a bad virus, everyone stayed home.
Purim was barely there.
Passover, Mira thought, would be different too.
In an inspiring story based on a real event in Jerusalem, a young girl and her family find a way to come together with their community and make something special of a Passover taking place at a very difficult moment for the world.
A note to families discusses coping with feelings of loneliness and separation.
"A lovely story of how a little girl in Jerusalem turns the challenge of Corona Virus into an opportunity for sommunity and song. It offers a wonderful way to relfect on how we can be our best when we think of others and come together."
--Dr. Rona Milch Novick,
Dean of the Azrieli School at Yeshiva University and author of Mommy, Can You Stop the Rain?