1; Baltimore, no publisher, 1916. Paper Wrappers, 16mo, 27  pages. OCLC lists only 1 copy worldwide (Harvard). Deinard #7. Goldman #347, locating only 1 copy. "Among the innovations in Jewish education he [Abrams] is credited with are the introduction of a kindergarten program and the use of buses to transport children to and from school. Most importantly, after realizing that the strict immigration quotas of the 1920s would dry up the main source of Hebrew teachers, Abrams helped establish the Hebrew Teachers Training School of Pittsburgh and succeeded in having colleges grant credit for courses taken there….[He] wrote more than thirty monographs and pamphlets in Hebrew and in English….Halevi refers to him as 'professor' This small booklet, intended for children, retells various aggadot pertaining to the destruction of the two Temples." Light wear, stains at staples, Good+ Condition. (heb-6-20).