Why the Goat?
The small white goat is a familiar figure in Jewish folklore, art, and literature. Goats float through Chagall's paintings, they snore through Yiddish lullabies, and they appear in poems and stories by many writers of the Yiddish canon. The goat has become a symbol of the Jewish people—and now of the Yiddish Book Center as well.
Now you can take Tsigy home and cuddle up to this soft felted wool goat.
Goat stands 5" in height, 7" long nose to tail
Made in Nepal
Not for children under 3 years
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