Miriam looked over the apple orchard. Autumn leaves were turning yellow and gold. The beehives were full of honey. The apples were ready for picking. Rosh Hashanah was coming.
Miriam imagined all the apples and honey on her family's holiday table, as she waited for their guests to arrive.
Miriam didn't come to the orchard just to pick apples.
She also came to practice blowing her shofar. She could practice in the orchard without hurting anyone's ears.
Miriam stood under an apple tree. She took a breath and blew. TEKIAH! SHEVARIM! TERUAH!
She heard a sound above her head. It wasn't a shofar.
Munch! Crunch! Munch! Crunch!
What was making that noise? Miriam looked up into the apple tree.
There sat a sasquatch, munching away at the apples.
Join Miriam as she seeks to solve her sasquatch dilemma, and in the process learns that our initial impressions of others may be a bit mistaken.
Includes a note to readers that explains how the author got the idea for this story and a little about the legend of the sasquatch.
ages 4 - 8
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