A winter's night, eleventh-century Spain. Young Shmuel Abinoam has lost his family and home, and is wandering through the streets of Granada. Suddenly, he is drawn to the sweet melody of a harp, floating from an open window.
The music of the harp brings back memories. It provides him with a measure of solace and, with clear hashgachah pratis, becomes the source of the salvation of Granada's Jews.A beautiful story of Divine Providence from the life and times of Rabbi Shmuel HaNagid, The Harpist of Granada was originally published in The Golden Shoes and Other Stories (Feldheim Publishers, 1960). Masterfully illustrated and adapted for contemporary readers, this new edition captures the hearts of children of all ages.
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