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  1. Be Smart, Be Smart! Don't Take It To Heart!
    Chedvah felt so hurt!

    She looked at her doll. It didn’t look as pretty as it had before. All of a sudden, Chedvah didn’t feel like playing anymore.

    This beautifully illustrated story brings children’s feelings to life.

    What is a shield? Where is it?

    The imaginary shield in the book gives children a sense of control that helps them cope with hurt feelings.

    My Toolbox

    It’s not like the toolbox in your house that holds a hammer and nails and a screwdriver. It’s a toolbox for your mind, body, and emotions.

    It includes your thoughts, feelings, and fantasies.

    You can take the tool in each of the books in the series and teach yourself how to use it to feel much better!

    Chaim Walder Educational advisor, founder, and director of the Child and Family Center of Bnei Brak, Walder is the author of the popular “Kids Speak” series, and winner of the Prime Minister’s Magen HaYeled (Defender of Children) award for his writing and extensive work in education and child development.

    Ahuva Raanan With a master’s degree in special education, Raanan is an educational counselor and consultant (counseling parents how to deal with emotional problems and behavioral problems in early childhood), as well as a play therapist and CBT therapist who runs a network of special education kindergartens.

    The authors’ first joint projects — Stories Straight from Avi’s Heart and Stories Straight from Mommy’s Heart — quickly became essential books for every home. In this series, Walder and Raanan give children valuable tools to help them deal with their emotions. Learn More

  2. Small Triumphs, Ahavas Yisroel
    Children will identify with the heartwarming story taken from their own little world. The simple language and artistic pictures blend together to transmit a message about the importance of Ahavas Yisroel that brings the geula closer. The story will encourage children to achieve as many "small triumphs" as possible.

    Laminated pages Learn More

  3. The Weekly Parashah, Sefer Shemos, An illustrated Chumash with Midrash

    A Unique Way to Instill a Love of Torah into our Children!

    This unique narrative retelling of the Chumash is designed to engage readers ages 8 and up, and to connect them in a deep and meaningful way to the Torah. Written by an educator with decades of experience, it will instill in the heart of young people a love for Torah and a commitment to Jewish tradition and values.

    Based on the Chumash text, classic commentators, and the Midrash, The Weekly Parashah features age-appropriate text and graphics, gorgeous illustrations, and dozens of short sidebars that enhance the reading experience. A special section in the back lists the hundreds of sources, making it a fantastic resource for parents and educators.

    In addition to a full narrative of the parashah, The Weekly Parashah includes:

    -Parashah Pointers: A quick review of what's in the parashah
    -Fascinating Facts: All kinds of really interesting facts
    Questions Anyone? : -Thought-provoking questions and satisfying answers
    -Torah in our Lives: Connecting the Torah's teachings to our children's lives
    -Who's Who in the Parashah: A fascinating look at some of the people in the Torah

    Learn More
  4. Mezibuz #2 - Comics
    A boat docks at a mysterious remote island....

    How do you sail across the ocean on a handkerchief?

    A top commander insists that his soldiers' training take the most roundabout route...

    And why would the Baal Shem Tov ask a poor person for his very last piece of bread?

    Get all the answers in the new thrilling graphic comics - Mezibuz 2. Learn More

  5. Rubashkin - Against all odds!
    Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin operated a giant kosher meat processing plant.

    He was a victim of a libel, and the court gave him an unprecedented verdict. Jews throughout the world davened for him and the best lawyers tried to reduce his sentence. It seemed their efforts weren’t helping, but Reb Sholom Mordechai never gave up, his emunah and bitachon in Hashem onlygrew stronger.

    And then, when it seemed that there was no hope left, Reb Sholom Mordechai suddenly received the news that he was freed!

    The emotional, dramatic story, saturated with emunah, was adapted for the very first time in this comic book. Learn More

  6. The Magic Mirror
    This series is just right for little children. It presents ideas from their small world in a light, simple manner.

    The charming stories are accompanied by sweet illustrations that are sure to appeal to lively little children. Learn More

  7. Special Bricks
    This series is just right for little children. It presents ideas from their small world in a light, simple manner.

    The charming stories are accompanied by sweet illustrations that are sure to appeal to lively little children. Learn More

  8. Baruch’s Dinnertime Adventure
    Baruch does NOT like to eat what his mom serves him.
    He wasn't fond of lima beans / He snubbed his nose at rice.
    He claimed the carrots had no taste / And cholent? Too much spice.

    Oh yes, he does like some foods.
    There were some foods he loved to eat / They always left him pleased.
    Pizza, candy, ice cream, nosh / And mostly mac and cheese.

    In this charming book by the author of Baruch and His Disappearing Yarmulke, children will laugh as they join Baruch in learning to appreciate all the healthy, delicious, and wonderful foods that Hashem has given us. With its delightful illustrations and clever rhymes, Baruch's Dinnertime Adventure will be an adventure in reading (and, yes, in eating!) for all our children. Learn More

  9. Kids Speak #12
    Moishy is a real leader. He’s not conceited, he tells the truth no matter what, and he’s friends with everyone. The whole class looks up to him. When his class gets into a fight with the parallel class, Moishy suggests a daring and totally unexpected way out that shocks both classes—and now you too.

    Lele and her family find themselves struggling with frightening neighbors who threaten them forcefully. Nothing seems to help until… The surprising ending to Lele’s story can help any child or family dealing with difficult, problematic neighbors.

    Orit’s grandmother attends a school performance—and turns into the star of a very different show. Orit learns more about her grandmother’s life story and a lot about showing consideration for the feelings of others.

    Yoni moves to a new city and has a hard time adjusting. He misses his friends and doesn’t connect with any of the boys in his class. He plans a Great Escape, with the help of…the boys in his new class.

    Fourteen boys and girls are the heroes of Kids Speak 12.

    Chaim Walder’s popular Kids Speak series brings you more stories about kids aged 8 to 12 on topics they relate to friendship, self-confidence, facing challenges, handling fears, school, and play. In this book, you’ll find stories about children who discover virtues like truthfulness, courage, kindness, gratitude, and more—and in the process find themselves.

    Stunning illustrations by Devorah Benedict. Learn More

  10. In Kind DVD
    In Kind DVD

    Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation Learn More

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