Rabbi Avraham Ohayun
The cruel Poritz of Ludika once again ahs an idea how to harm Hershele and teh people of Ostropole! Like Paroh in Mitzrayim, he lures the Jews to come to America and work under comfortable conditions (minimal wage - a penny a week, three meals of mud cereal a day, and sadistic overseers). Have the people of Ostropole been sentenced to pick cotton till the end of their days?
Hershele leaves with his nephew Yudele on a journey across the country to save his brother and the rest of the villagers. On the way, he has to contend with
a pair of unsuccesful detectives,
a haunted mining town,
and a nephew with an exceptionally load voice.
Will Hershele succeed in overcoming all the obsticles (including his nephews voice) and saving his brother? Or will the poritz finally win in his 989th attempt to trip up Hershele?
Read all about it in this hilarious and surprising newset volume in the Hershele of Ostropole series.
Rabbi Yisroel Besser