It Could Always Be Worse

978-5-9953-0270-4, 978-5-7516-1195-8;
2013
36 pages
170 gr.

There are stories in the world, who seem to know everything. Rather, all adults. But sooner or later there comes a time to talk to their children, because these stories are simple, funny and instructive. One of them is in front of you. It is simple so much so that it could be summarized very briefly: the poor man on the advice of a wise rabbi leads to his poor tiny hut of different animals and birds, because of what his whole family to live is getting worse and worse, and then displays them one after the other, making life gets better and better.

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