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The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden

By: Robert J. Avrech

Adventure

Alone in dangerous Apache territory, Ariel fears for his family’s survival. Then he meets Lozen, sister of the fearsome Apache warrior Victorio, and Ariel discovers that help can sometimes come from the most unlikely places.

Ages: 11+

232 pages

Seraphic Press

Average Rating: (31 Ratings)

Pretty good book
Submitted 7/16/2019 by Monsteer6

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book was really good even though it took me a while to read it. I highly recommend this book.

amazing
Submitted 5/30/2019 by asterix

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

the book was weird; apache chief's SISTER + son of RABBI = friends??!! it was also pretty good

awesome!
Submitted 5/10/2019 by MELOVENERFGUNS1

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about friendship.

AAAAWWWEEEEEESSSSSOOOOMMMEEEE!!!!!!!!!
this was a really good book

Great Book!
Submitted 5/6/2019 by amazing2009

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about being Jewish.

If you need a book for your book report choose this one.

one of the best books in the world!!!!!
Submitted 4/1/2019 by SwellBottleFreak

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about friendship.

this book was really good! it teaches you that even if someone is a different religion you still should treat them as if they were the same religion as you.

interesting
Submitted 4/1/2019 by msonic

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

good book

Submitted 2/24/2019 by HPGIRL

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

Good but confusing

Great Book!
Submitted 2/4/2019 by amazing2009

I loved this book!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This is an amazing book if you like books about a Russian Jew who moves to the New Mexico-Arizona Territory. Read more to find out!

AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted 1/5/2019 by soccerstarjnb

Best book ever you must read this

this book is really good
Submitted 1/4/2019 by booksbooksbooks8

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

this book was good it was not what I thought it was going to be about but that was a good surprise :)

too much sickness.
Submitted 1/1/2019 by IRead4Fun

This book was just OK

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

this book was so sad and disappointing

THE HEBREW KID AND THE APACHE MAIDEN.
Submitted 12/13/2018 by lightandjoy

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about friendship.

This book is about a Hebrew boy's family who saves an Apache boy who is sick. Then the Apache maiden and the Chief help save the Hebrew kid's sister. basically to me it is also about how friendship can help save lives.
Thank You pjourway!

This book is so cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted 12/2/2018 by etztamar22

I liked this book.

This is a really good book everyone! Heads up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Great book!
Submitted 12/2/2018 by ChickenWhisperer

I would read more books by this author.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

This book was imaginative and fun to read. It's nice going back in history.

GOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted 11/20/2018 by PACMAN1

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

INTERESTING

Best of two worlds!
Submitted 11/17/2018 by jdavita

This was a great read... taught me about a lot!

Submitted 10/2/2018 by penguin27

Thumbs up!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

loved it i recommend it to everyone

OK
Submitted 10/2/2018 by LHpitcher

This book was just OK

This book taught me more about Israel.

It was OK I give it 3 stars

Submitted 6/4/2018 by ABLLsjcs

This book taught me more about Israel.

Even though I had to read it for school, I really loved it

Sad yet happy
Submitted 6/10/2016 by rutie

I liked this book because it made me feel that being Jewish makes you important. The Hebrew kid is afraid that Lozen and her brother Victorio will kill him, like they killed so many others. Will they kill him? Find out by reading this book.

Submitted 6/5/2016 by animal lover

I loved this book!

Such a good book! It is so exciting and a little scary. It talks about friendship and Hebrew. I highly recommend this book for ages 9 and up!

VERY GOOD BOOK!
Submitted 4/10/2016 by dragonforce10

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about the importance of family.

Great book! In this book you'll hear about a boy named Ariel who wants to have a great Bar Mitzvah. Follow his great adventure and find out more.
I liked it because it taught me about the importance of family and how life used to be back in the west.

GREAT BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted 3/6/2016 by greensword

Thumbs up!

Two thumbs up! One of the best jewish books I have ever read along with The Inquisitor's Apprentice, and Stealing Home. It also teaches about native american indians.

Submitted 3/3/2016 by rashi15

Thumbs up!

i have not read it yet but probably pretty good

Exciting book!
Submitted 4/8/2015 by The_Chemist

Thumbs up!

This book taught me more about Jewish holidays, rituals, and even food.

The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden is a exciting,action packed book.I REALLY REALLY recommend it

Submitted 2/9/2015 by artist

I would read more books by this author.

I liked this book, but it seemed as if it, missed something. Ariel and Lozen both had their adventures and then went separate ways. This book was OK.

Great Bar Mitzvah story line
Submitted 1/6/2015 by ak2103

I would read more books by this author.

This book made me think more about friendship.

I loved the book! It was such a great story line-- there was action, adventure, and it kept me excited to see what would happen next.

I like that it combined Jewishness with the rough & tough Wild West. It showed that I can keep my Jewishness even with non-Jewish friends. I liked imagining that I was with them in the story!

Nice book
Submitted 1/1/2015 by Dragondeity

I liked this book.

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

While the ending was really sad, I liked most of the book. It kept me entertained for a boring Shabbat Afternoon!

friendship
Submitted 11/29/2014 by Hadas

I loved this book!

This book made me think more about friendship.

This book made me realize that even if I'm Jewish and my friend is Christian we don't have to fight, we can be friends. And even be best friends!

Submitted 11/10/2014 by magiclisson

Thumbs up!

I learned more about Jewish history from this book.

It was really cool and mind blowing,it also creates a lesson and a story of it actually happening in your mind.

I VERY strongly recommend it
Submitted 10/3/2014 by Design Team

"The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden" is a book about Ariel, a Jewish kid and Lozen, an Apache maiden. In 1874, Ariel’s family is kicked out of their town because they are Jewish. They meet Lozen, terror of Arizona and New Mexico Territories, while traveling in the desert. Over the course of the book, they meet more famous figures like Doc Holliday and Geronimo. Ariel is almost 13, so he is about to celebrate his bar mitzvah. But where are you supposed to find a minyan in the middle of the desert?

This is the kind of book which, when started, leads your mind into a trap. It is so compelling that you feel that you cannot stop reading it until you finish the last word. I VERY strongly recommend it. I give this book five stars!

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Robert J. Avrech

Author of The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden

"My son taught me to be a better man, a better father and, finally, a better Jew."

Did you know that besides being an author Robert Avrech is also an award-winning Hollywood screenwriter? When he was a kid, he didn’t like school so much, but he loved going to the movies.

Ariel, the hero of The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden, is named for Robert’s son. Robert has written many movie scripts, but The Hebrew Kid and the Apache Maiden is his first book.

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