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  1. Shabbos Treats, Delightful Stories of Devotion to our Holy Shabbos

    Shabbos Treats, Delightful Stories of Devotion to our Holy Shabbos

    $15.50

    Shabbos - the day we spend together in joy and tranquility, leaving behind the mundane world and reinforcing the knowledge that Hashem created the world and guides our lives. Can our feeling for such a day be captured in words?

    In Shabbos Treats, well-known author and educator Genendel Krohn tells story after amazing story of the awesome power of Shabbos observance. From Siberia to Monsey, from Beijing to Miami Beach, from Nazi Germany to the Lower East Side of New York - Jews have held on tight to their precious Shabbos. Everyone will draw inspiration from this newest volume in the author's popular year-round series. Learn More

  2. Ahrele #4, The Incredible, Touching Story of Rav Aharon Margalit

    Ahrele #4, The Incredible, Touching Story of Rav Aharon Margalit

    $19.00

    Many children struggle with various difficulties and challenges and as a result feel very, very sad and unfortunate. Loyal readers who have followed the Ahrele series know my life story. You know that I, too, had to cope with extremely difficult challenges from a very young age. I, too, felt very unfortunate. I had a lot of anger bottled up inside me; I couldn't understand what I had done to deserve so many difficulties.

    I was paralyzed - and that came along with a lot of physical and emotional pain and suffering; I had to be far away from my home and family for years - and that made me feel terribly lonely; I was so jealous of other children because they had relatives who visited and brought them treats and games, while my only visitor was my mother, who only came once a week for a short visit.

    I stuttered for years, which made it hard for me socially. Other people were not always very understanding, and I often felt that everyone looked down on me. Who better than me can understand what you're going through? It is from this place of understanding that I want to share with you, dear boys and girls, what helped me stop feeling pathetic and sorry for myself and begin building my personality - slowly and with lots of siyatta d'Shemaya.

    Already at a young age I understood that I would not be able to change reality. Hashem gives each person a certain set of circumstances to work with, based on the qualities of his neshamah and his unique mission in this world. We have no control over that. None of us can decide who his father or mother will be, who his siblings will be, or what blood type he will have. Hashem decides that.

    But how to deal with the reality we are given is completely in our hands. The Torah commands us to "choose life," and the Gemara teaches us: "Ein ha-davar talui ela bi - Only I can help myself." Once I understood this and accepted my situation, I stopped complaining about how unfair my life was and focused instead on just one thought: What can I do in my present circumstances to help myself? That was the beginning of my growth. As long as a person is complaining, grumbling, jealous of others, and thinking about everything he doesn't have - he cannot grow. Such thoughts weaken him and prevent him from making any progress. When a person accepts the reality of his life, on the other hand, and focuses on what he can do within his reality to help himself, he is in a position to really grow. Everything actually depends on a person's perspective, because our perspective creates our thoughts and decisions, and those, in turn, create the reality of our lives.

    The stories in this book will, b'ezras Hashem, illustrate this lesson. Learn More

  3. Indoor Fishing & Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers

    Indoor Fishing & Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers

    $13.50

    Meet the Green kids!

    In this adorable and innovative book written especially for beginning readers, you'll find yourself part of the adventures of a most entertaining family!

    Indoor Fishing and Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers combines engaging plots, highlighted vocabulary words, and delightful illustrations to create a spectacular reading experience for your child. The perfect way to boost children's literary skills-while sending them fishing for loads of fun! Learn More

  4. Yossi and Laibel Shabbos Surprise

    Yossi and Laibel Shabbos Surprise

    $6.75

    It’s never too early to begin reading aloud to a child and nurturing a love of books.

    Based on the classic Peanut Butter and Jelly for Shabbos, this sturdy, take-along board book will introduce a new generation of babies and toddlers to those endearing brothers, Yossi and Laibel.

    Join them in this simplified rhyming adventure, as they prepare a Shabbos surprise for the whole family! Complete with Norman Nodel’s original artwork. Learn More

  5. Building

    Building

    $12.50

    Clunk.Thunk. Brumm. Vrumm. Clang.Clong.    The big empty lot near Nosson’s house is full of excavators, trucks, front loaders and bulldozers.  How Nosson loves all the action!

    Every day, he watches the workers and tries to copy what they do.

    When they fill the dump truck with earth, Nosson goes home and fills his toy box to the top.

    When the workers help each other, Nosson helps his friends. When the workers wait for cement to dry, Nosson practices being patient and waiting for his turn.

    BUILDING is about more than the progress on a construction site.  It’s a story of building character and learning what it means to be big.  Detailed, colorful illustrations capture the energy and excitement of trucks and equipment which children find so fascinating.

    Throughout the story, Nosson wonders about what is being built on the big lot. Will it be a roller coaster?  A pizza shop?  A toy store?  At the end, the mystery building is revealed!

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  7. I Want a Friend, Stories for Learning Essential Social Skills

    I Want a Friend, Stories for Learning Essential Social Skills

    $19.00

    Kids need friends!

    But friendships come with challenges - and children need a guiding hand to help them meet those challenges.

    I Want a Friend! tunes into the lives of Shira, Dovid, and Tamar - three siblings who learn tried-and-true strategies to:

    • cope with rejection
    • create friendships
    • stand up for themselves
    • express what's bothering them
    • apologize and make up
    • process anger
    • identify unhealthy relationships.

    Reading these stories to your children, while involving them by discussing their own similar situations, provides a perfect springboard for teaching your children essential, lifelong social skills.

    Approbations:

    Devorah Benedict's new book enables children to create mutually beneficial relationships that take into account both their own needs and the needs of others, and gives them a strong sense of belonging within their social circle.

    This book is also a valuable resource for parents, helping them understand their children's experiences and making them full partners in their children's emotional world.

    - Yitzchak Becher, psychologist

     

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    Devorah Benedict is an artist and author who gives workshops throughout Israel and has illustrated hundreds of children's books. She specializes in using the medium of art to impart messages to young children.

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  8. Mrs. Honig's Cake #7: Good Yom Tov! Stories Around the Jewish year

    Mrs. Honig's Cake #7: Good Yom Tov! Stories Around the Jewish year

    $19.95

    Say "Good Yom Tov, Mrs. Honig" and she will treat you to a seasonal selection of delectable delights. Greet each holiday with a Mrs. Honig favorite - tales for every palate, age, and Yom Tov.

    You'll relish each story as you go holiday hopping around the Jewish calendar. And when you're gathering those last few crumbs from the very last story, no worries - there's a brand new year beckoning. Turn right back to Rosh Hashanah, and presto! - this book turns into a family classic!

    Mrs. Honig Cakes stories are wholesome, interesting, enjoyable, and age-appropriate. They possess a feeling for Yiddishkeit and illustrate good middos. Young Readers will identify with these characters.

    - Rabbi Oscar Ehrenreich, Principal, Bais Yaakov Boro Park

    Mrs. Honig is charming, wholesome, and full of gentle humor and chein. Lovely stories for Jewish kids.

    - Yaffa Ganz Learn More

  9. Uncle Moishy, Welcome CD

    Uncle Moishy, Welcome CD

    $16.00

    Tracks

    1 - Welcome (3:08)

    2 - In The Morning (3:49)

    3 - Clean Up (3:39)

    4 - Kibud Av Va'Eim (3:26)

    5 - Can You Lend A Hand (3:08)

    6 - Take Turns (4:36)

    7 - Hop To The Rhythm (3:13)

    8 - Shabbos (3:45)

    9 - Achdus (4:30)

    10 - Shalom (3:51) Learn More

  10. Big Plans on Pleasant Street

    Big Plans on Pleasant Street

    $14.50

    Ten-year-old Yossi Levine lived on Pleasant Street. He didn’t like change very much, so Pleasant Street was the perfect place for him to live. Everyone knew everyone else, and you always knew what to expect from the people there.

    For a long time, this had been true.

    But changes were coming. Changes involving money, the weather, the neighbors, the town council, a band of young musicians — and one very intriguing newcomer, who arrived very early one morning on Pleasant Street...and changed the lives of its residents forever. Learn More

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