PreSchool-Grade 2 One Sukkot, Bubbe Isabella builds a sukkah and decorates it with leaves and branches, colored cloth, apples, grapes, corn, and pumpkins. Each night she wishes for someone to sit with her and share her freshly baked lemon cake. However, the only guests she receives are a caterpillar, a moth, a squirrel, a raccoon, a deer, and a bear that accidentally smashes the cake. They all enjoy munching on different parts of the sukkah and spending the evening together. Just as she is about to disassemble it, a boy asks for her colored cloth to make a flag for the Simchat Torah holiday procession. Bubbe Isabella is happy to finally be able to share her sukkah with someone else. With pleasant, animated illustrations, this unique story connects two Jewish holidays. The simple text reads well aloud, but readers may be disappointed that the words to Bubbe Isabella's welcome song, which she sings each evening to attract visitors, are not included. A brief note explaining the two holidays is included.