This is really a great book. The "littlest Levine," Hannah, laments that she hates being the littlest because she cannot do things that grown-ups and bigger kids can do. Her grandfather lets her know that soon she'll be glad to be the littlest Levine. The story goes on in that theme for a few pages and then, suddenly, grandpa and Hannah start spending some time together reading a book. The book ends with Hannah realizing she's lucky to be the littlest Levine because she gets to say the Four Questions.
The book, though, transcends Passover or any Jewish holiday. It teaches kids that even though the littlest cannot do some things, there's always a special place for the littlest one. The book's illustrations complement the story perfectly. You can't go wrong with this book.