Isaac Bashevis Singer is known for his mastery of storytelling – but it was not until 1966, at the age of sixty-two, that he published his first children’s book, Zlateh the Goat, a Newbery Honor Book and instant classic. Singer went on to write many stories for children, most of which are included in this volume, along with a brief introduction and a special epilogue, “Are Children the Ultimate Literary Critics?” The collection presents exuberant and timeless tales for children rich in fantasy and deeply rooted in the lost cultural tradition of his native Poland. A number of the stories appear in book form for the first time – and all have been translated from the Yiddish with the author’s personal supervision
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