We Are Jewish Faces by Debra B. Darvick
From the review:
“Bubbe faces, Zayde faces, brother, sister, friendship faces, faces of all races and places, we are Jewish faces.” Debra Davick has adapted her simple poem from I Love Jewish Faces (URJ Press, 2009), changed the refrain to “We are Jewish faces,” and included more contemporary photographs to demonstrate the diversity of the Jewish community today. The book’s photos of smiling faces of all ages and ethnicities were mostly taken at Jewish day schools across the country and show children hugging stuffed Torahs, blowing shofars, eating matzah, shaking the lulav and etrog, lighting Shabbat candles, and davening. They’re also pictured climbing trees, hula-hooping, reading, writing, and playing musical instruments.