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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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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  6. 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. Manny in a Pickle

    Manny in a Pickle

    $12.50

    Meet Manny, a grown-up who leads a perfectly grown-up life. Except for...

    In this well-written, strikingly illustrated book written by a veteran preschool morah, kids will laugh as they learn how crucial-and good-it is for them when their parents tell them "no."

    Rhythmic, exciting, and just plain fun, this important story is bound to become a classic in your family! Learn More

  8. When I Am a Mommy, Why do children need to follow rules?

    When I Am a Mommy, Why do children need to follow rules?

    $12.50

    Children often have a hard time understanding why they need to follow rules. Kayla is no exception, until her clever mommy finds a way for Kayla to come to her own conclusions about why children need to do certain things.

    Ingeniously written, When I Am a Mommy will capture you and your children's hearts with its endearing characters and subtle but important messages. Learn More

  9. The Shabbos Squabble

    The Shabbos Squabble

    $12.50

    Unbeknownst to Mrs. Miller, right there on her Shabbos table, the candlesticks, challahs, and Kiddush cups are having an argument. Each insists that they are the most important part of Shabbos…until the wise mezuzah sets them all straight. Shabbos comes in peacefully with everyone understanding that they each have something unique and precious to contribute.

    With wordplays to keep readers on their toes, striking illustrations and an essential lesson, The Shabbos Squabble is the perfect book to read to children as you welcome the most special day of the week to your home. Learn More

  10. Mimi's Messy Hair

    Mimi's Messy Hair

    $11.50

    Meet Mimi: A two year old girl who does NOT like to brush her hair. Join her on a Monday morning as she refuses to comb her hair even if it means that she can't go to some of her favorite places. Come see what finally convinces her to comb her messy locks! Learn More

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