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  1. Avi for President

    Avi for President

    $12.50

    An enjoyable story for young readers about elections and true friendship.

    Avi is a leader, so he’s sure he’ll be elected class president. But then his friend Yoni joins the race, and the class needs to vote for which candidate they want.

    Rebbe Gold warns Avi and Yoni not to say mean things about each other, and the boys promise not to. But it’s a hard promise to keep as election fever heats up. Will the boys be able to keep their promise to their teacher?

    Join Avi and his friends for an enjoyable lesson on what elections and true friendship are all about. Learn More

  2. Step Into Those Shoes, Being Dan L'kaf Zechus

    Step Into Those Shoes, Being Dan L'kaf Zechus

    $12.50

    Has a friend ever made you really angry or sad;

    Hurt your feelings so much that your whole day was bad?

    There's a way to feel better, an idea you can use!

    So try it on for size—step into her shoes!

    In this whimsical book, the concept of being dan l'chaf zechus is explored in a fun and humorous way. Your children's understanding of the importance of not judging another until reaching his place, will forever be enhanced! Learn More

  3. All For You, My Dear Child, A Ziggawat Tale of Hashem's Love through the Seven Days of Creation

    All For You, My Dear Child, A Ziggawat Tale of Hashem's Love through the Seven Days of Creation

    $12.50

    This book is designed to help readers feel the love that comes with each gift of creation. It is a touching story of loving parents preparing for the arrival of their child.

    Meant as a parable, it teaches the seven days of creation in an endearing way, so that even young children can relate. The beautiful ending will be appreciated by young and old alike.

    A special activity sheet is included inside to help parents and teachers personalize the book's message for their children - and for themselves! Learn More

  4. Yanky's Amazing Discovery

    Yanky's Amazing Discovery

    $12.50

    Yanky Rosen is having a hard time in yeshivah. The Gemara is too hard, and he doesn’t want to review with his father or let his rebbe know he didn’t study. All the boys in his class are learning, but Yanky just can’t concentrate.

    To forget his difficulties, Yanky escapes to the attic, where he finds an unusual treasure. Will his amazing discovery help him solve his problems?

    In this first-of-its-kind book by Reuven Bauman, young readers will identify with Yanky’s struggles and be inspired with him by the stories of Rabbi Yaakov Kamenetsky. Learn More

  5. What do Peyos Do? A JEWISH BOY WONDERS ABOUT HIS FIRST HAIRCUT

    What do Peyos Do? A JEWISH BOY WONDERS ABOUT HIS FIRST HAIRCUT

    $12.50

    What Do Peyos Do?

    Can they wash a dish, Or swish like a fish?

    Look like a clown, Or hang upside down?

    Enter the mind of a three-year-old boy as he delights in the fantasies of his own imagination and ponders the question: What Do Peyos Do? With engaging rhymes and beautiful illustrations, this heartwarming book entertains as it shares a child's excitement in his first steps toward Jewish maturity Learn More

  6. Bike for Sale Lay-Lay Series #2, Making the Best of What You Have

    Bike for Sale Lay-Lay Series #2, Making the Best of What You Have

    $12.50

    Lay-Lay wants a new bike, like her friend Nechami has. But she doesn't really need a new bike, so right now, all she has is her old one. Unless...she can sell her old bike and then use that money to buy a new one! Can she do that?

    It's not as simple as she thinks...

    Join Lay-Lay, her brother Heshy, and her sister Mimi as they use creative means to try making Lay-Lay's bike as attractive and marketable as possible—only to be in for a real surprise at the end!

    A fun and engaging read for children, by beloved author Bracha Rosman. Learn More

  7. My Sometimes Feelings

    My Sometimes Feelings

    $12.50

    It’s wonderful when children feel happy, brave, or loving, but what happens when they feel sad, bored, or angry? With adorable illustrations and just a few lines of text, My Sometimes Feelings explores all kinds of emotions and encourages children to express themselves in healthy ways.

    “Sometimes I feel angry, I’m ready to shout!

    I take some deep breaths till that feeling fades out.”

    Written by an experienced mother and social worker, My Sometimes Feelings is perfect for use in the home and the classroom. When parents and teachers take the time to acknowledge and accept uncomfortable emotions, children feel loved, understood, and deeply connected to their caregivers… and a solid foundation for strong coping skills later in life. Feelings chart included. Learn More

  8. Daniel and the Lions, The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children

    Daniel and the Lions, The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children

    $12.50

    Daniel and the Lions tells the story of how King Daryavesh chose Daniel to be one of his closest advisors, and planned on putting him in charge of his entire kingdom. The king's officers were jealous, and they plotted to have Daniel thrown into a pit of lions-gone forever!

    Will their plan succeed? 


    The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children, based on the literal understanding of the pesukim, brings alive stories from Tanach in a most exciting way. The combination of an easy-to-read storyline and bold, life-like illustrations makes this series a pleasurable and educational reading experience for parents and children alike. Learn More

  9. The Great Shabbos Food Debate, A humorous book with an important lesson for young children

    The Great Shabbos Food Debate, A humorous book with an important lesson for young children

    $12.50

    When it comes to the special foods we eat at our Shabbos table, which one is most important? Is it the wine for Kiddush? The challah? The chicken soup? The cake for dessert? Or...perhaps it's something else?

     In The Great Shabbos Food Debate, by children's writer and entertainer Yossi Berktin (a.k.a. Rabbi B.), the Shabbos items themselves have this discussion while sitting on the shelves in the grocery store. And the answer to the question raised is something surprising-and wonderful-to them all!

    A humorous book with an important lesson, The Great Shabbos Food Debate will become a beloved classic among young children. Learn More

  10. Mister Lister, A fun-filled story for younger readers

    Mister Lister, A fun-filled story for younger readers

    $12.50

    Reuven could hear the shouts of the
    children through the open windows. He
    wished he were outside with them. This was
    what happened at his old school. He just
    wanted to be part of the group, but
    something always seemed to go wrong.

    Reuven tries to do things right, but it’s tough when, at home, more milk spills on the table than lands in the cereal bowl. At school, his handshake is too tight, he stands too close to the other boys, and his teacher can’t read his handwriting. At recess he can’t run fast enough to join the races. But Reuven does have a special talent. Can it help him overcome his rough start and reach his dream of finally fitting in?
    Sensitively written by Judith Pransky, with evocative illustrations by Sarah Zee, Mr. Lister will keep young readers rooting for Reuven as he struggles to succeed.

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