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by Avraham Schwartzbaum

Author: Avraham Schwartzbaum
Language: English
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers; 1st edition (February 14, 2018)
Pages: 268 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.7
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A young Jewish couple move to Taiwan for educational purposes. Bamboo Cradle is a book you want to give to anyone new coming into Judaism.

A young Jewish couple move to Taiwan for educational purposes. One day Mr. Schwartzbaum sees an abandoned baby at a train station. He takes her home and sends her to an orphanage to be taken care of. His good deed of the day was done and he would contitue on with his life. Little did he know how this little princess would change the lives of him and his family. It is a book that inspires and asks many good questions like ethnicity, adoption, and growth within Torah Judaism. Highly recommended if you know any geriem or Jews with Asian family.

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The Bamboo Cradle is a biographical story written by Avraham Schwartzbaum about his adopted Taiwanese daughter Devorah, who converted to Judaism. First published in 1988, the inspirational story tracks the story of Allen/Avraham and Barbara/Rachel Schwartzbaum as they become more devout Jews after adopting a foundling in a Taiwan train station. Allan Schwartzbaum tells the story his time spent in Taiwan as a visiting professor from the United States on a Fulbright Scholarship teaching sociology.

The Bamboo Cradle : A Jewish Father's Story. by Avraham Schwartzbaum.

Adopting a Chinese baby leads an American professor and his wife to the discovery of their own Jewish heritage. An absorbing, true story to read and re-read. The Bamboo Cradle : A Jewish Father's Story.

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Schwartzbaum, Avraham. Else in good condition. This book may take up to two business days to be retrieved from storage. Place of Publication. AR 730 013. View more books, in related categories: Asian and Far Eastern History & Literature Diaspora Jews Signed Books.

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Excerpted from THE BAMBOO CRADLE, the journey of a Jewish father. Professor Allan Schwartzbaum always left his house at 5:45 .

Posted on October 18, 2007 By Avraham Schwartzbaum Level: Beginner Tag: First Person. Excerpted from THE BAMBOO CRADLE, the journey of a Jewish father. Reprinted with permission of Feldheim Publishers. In Israel: POB 35002, Jersualem. One day each week he traveled to Taichung in central Taiwan. It was a long trip, made even longer by the fact that he had to travel first from the small fishing village of Tamsui to Taipei, and from there take a two-and-a-half-hour train ride to the university.

An American professor on a Fulbright Fellowship to Taiwan finds a newborn baby girl abandoned in a railroad station. In China, with overpopulation and where, traditionally, little value is placed on female offspring, this almost commonplace occurrence could hardly be considered noteworthy. But for Allan Schwartzbaum, it was an event that would alter his life irrevocably.

The Schwartzbaums, married for nine years and unable to have children of their own, adopt the foundling and bring her back to America with them. Because they are Jewish, although not observant, they want to provide their new daughter with a basic Jewish education, but this turns out to be far from simple. In order to qualify for enrollment in the local Jewish Day School, the child has to first be converted to Judaism. And in order to qualify for a legitimate conversion, she has to first be guaranteed an Orthodox upbringing.

This heartwarming, true story, filled with humor and pathos, joy, frustration, and ultimately, fulfillment, describes the providential chain of events that lead the Schwartzbaums from the discovery of a Chinese infant to the discovery of their Jewish heritage. Along the way, they also discover that the burdens and obligations of authentic Judaism are outweighed by its myriad benefits. This newly designed edition includes a new preface and over sixty color photographs, (many of which have never been published) that continue the story to our times. This classic bestseller is now updated for another generation to enjoy.