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P Is for Passover: A Holiday Alphabet Book

P Is for Passover is a shaped alphabet book with a Passover theme.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Passover | Read More »

Had Gadya: A Passover Song

Anyone who has attended a Passover Seder smiles with recognition at the words and tune of “Had Gadya,” the traditional cumulative song that ends the holiday evening. Internationally acclaimed artist Seymour Chwast expands the text with a visual story-within-a-story, in a bright palette and folk-art style.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Passover | Read More »

A Prayer for the Earth

The Story of Naamah, Noah’s Wife
Sandy Eisenberg Sasso
Publisher: Jewish Lights
Nondenominational, Nonsectarian, for ages 4-8
Endorsed by Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish Religious Leaders
“Walk across the land and gather the seeds of all the flowers and all the trees. Take two of every kind of living plant….Work quickly. The rains begin tomorrow.”
From award-winning author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, a [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Multi-Cultural | Read More »

What is God’s Name?

This board book is a beautiful book to help adults and children have a first conversation about God. The book is multicultural, nondenominational, and nonsectarian.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Multi-Cultural | Read More »

My First Aleph Bet Book

its a kids book titled ” My First Aleph Bet Book”

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

Aleph Bet Read and Learn

Bound by Clip System.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

The Aleph Bet Story Featuring Sara and David and Friends

A great tool for teaching alef bet to young childen.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

First Thousand Words in Hebrew

The perfect starting point for beginners of any age who want to learn Hebrew. Associating words with pictures makes learning a new language simple and fun. The Roman letters are included, along with a guide to help you learn correct pronunciation.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

Agnon’s Alef Bet

These twenty-two classic poems, written by Novel Laureate S.Y. Agnon, are now available for the first time in English in this beautiful collection. Agnon’s creation of a witty poem for each letter of the Hebrew alphabet is destined to be a children’s classic, evoking the rich imagery of the Bible and ancient Israel.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

Alef-Bet Yoga for Kids

Alef-Bet Yoga for Kids
Bill and Ruth Goldeen
Publisher: Karben
Kids can now learn the Hebrew alphabet through yoga! Using traditional and modified yoga poses, they can learn to create the Hebrew letters while also benefitting from the stretching and strengthening of each pose.
“Children are natural yogis!” say the authors. “They love to pretend to be an animal [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

The Giving Tree

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February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

Hebrew World Album

Pictures with Hebrew words classified by theme i.e. animals, food, etc. Bound by Clip System.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Learning Hebrew | Read More »

Siddur Chinuch Chaim Shlomo - Ashkenaz

Rabbi Nosson Scherman
A new “chinuch” siddur for the early grades, designed in consultation with scores of principals and primary-grade teachers. Unsurpassed in beauty, sturdiness, and design. Large, clear type; reinforced binding; numbered lines; simplified instructions in English; wide spaces between lines; prayers for the Sabbath, Festivals and High Holy Days; Torah readings for weekdays, fast [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

Green Eggs and Ham (Hebrew)

Green Eggs and Ham (Hebrew)

February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

Cat In The Hat Comes Back (Hebrew)

February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

Where the Sidewalk Ends (Hebrew)

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February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

Jewish Child’s First Book Of Why, The

Alfred J. Kolatch
Presents thirty-two questions and answers relating to Jewish holidays and customs.
Available in hardcover

February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

Fox in the Sox (Hebrew)

February 16 2010 | Posted in Jewish Resources | Read More »

The Bat-Chen Diaries

February 16 2010 | Posted in Israel | Read More »

Israel (Country Explorers)

February 16 2010 | Posted in Israel | Read More »

Running on Eggs

Anna Levine
Publisher: Cricket Books
This is a story of children growing up in contemporary Israel.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Israel | Read More »

Kid’s Catalog Of Israel, A

Chaya Burstein
Publisher: JPS
Mixed up about Israel? This book, newly revised, will tell kids about the land and the people who live in it. They can try some Israeli recipes, do some Israeli crafts, and play some Israeli games. They can learn about Israeli customs and history and enjoy reading Israeli [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Israel | Read More »

Anne Frank: Young Diarist

A new companion series to the bestselling Childhood of Famous Americans biographies launches with these two books focusing on Anne Frank, the iconic young victim of the Holocaust; and Christopher Columbus, the celebrated explorer who discovered the Americas.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

Six Million Paper Clips: The Making of a Children’s Holocaust Memorial

To understand the enormity of the Holocaust, students in Whitwell, Tennessee, a town without Jews, began collecting paper clips, one for each victim of the Nazis. German journalists Dagmar and Peter Schroeder, who helped the project garner world-wide attention, retell the exciting story of how a student effort culminated in the creation of the Children’s [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

Anne Frank

A biography that introduces young children to the story of the Holocaust follows Anne Frank who, by studying, writing in her diary, and putting up pictures of film stars, bravely tries to retain a sense of normalcy in the face of turmoil.”

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

The Feather-Bed Journey

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February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

The Secret Seder

Jacques and his parents are hiding in Nazi-occupied France during World War II, pretending to be Catholics. On the first night of Passover, Jacques and his father elude Nazi soldiers to gather with other Jews and celebrate the Seder in secret. For this book, Doreen Rappaport researched the lives of resistance fighters and Jews in [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

My Secret Camera: Life in the Lodz Ghetto

Frank Smith
A chronicle of life in the Lodz Ghetto designed for the younger reader.
Available in softcover

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

Hero

Jan! Move!’ Els screamed. ‘The soldiers must not find us! We have to hide! They’ll kill us! It’s past curfew!’ Izaak jumped to his feet fast as a cannonball. He grabbed Els’s hand and she pulled him down the slope of the canal that ran alongside the road. Els is a courier, a girl who [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »

The Key is Lost

Ida Vos Her name has been Eva Zilverstijn. In a couple of hours, her family will go into hiding. This is her story.

February 16 2010 | Posted in Holocaust | Read More »