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The Shabbos Queen

and Other Shabbos Storiesby Menucha FuchsPart of the ‘Children’s Learning Series’ series. Ages 5-9 Discover the beauty of Shabbos through the songs and simcha of Shabbos in this, the sixth volume of the popular Children’s Learning Series. The Children’s Learning Series, for ages five to nine, introduces children to the joys of reading. Each book [...]

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The Mitzvah Go Round

by Dr. Claire Buchwald and Dr. Larry BogoslawIllustrated by: Ann D. Koffsky Ages 4-7 Theres a big, wonderful world of mitzvos out there ready to be explored in this enchanting book by Dr. B. Come meet the Me-Zoo-Kids, the Kugel-mit-Strudelheim sisters, the Whoopswhistler Yidden and other zany characters that inhabit this merry globe.Created by Drs. [...]

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A Purim Celebration

and Other Purim Storiesby Menucha FuchsPart of the ‘Children’s Learning Series’ series. Ages 5-9 Purim has arrived! Experience a delightful and joyous Purim day with the Cohen’s in this, the fifteenth volume of the popular Children’s Learning Series. The Children’s Learning Series, for ages five to nine, introduces children to the joys of reading. Each [...]

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The Mitzvah-Go-Round

Thereメs a big, wonderful world of mitzvos out there ヨ ready to be explored in this enchanting book by モDr. B.ヤ Come meet the Me-Zoo-Kids, the Kugel-mit-Strudelheim sisters, the Whoopswhistler Yidden and other zany characters that inhabit this merry globe.}}Created by Dr. Claire Buchwald, with imaginative full-color illustrations by Ann D. Koffsky, this モDr. B.ヤ [...]

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6 Constant Mitzvos

The six “constant mitzvos” can be difficult to describe and articulate to young children, but in this moving, beautifully illustrated book, the principles of faith and belief come alive, explained in clear, age-appropriate language. From the concept of believing in G-d exclusively to G-d’s Oneness and love and fear of Him and following His ways, [...]

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