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  1. Tell me the story of the Hagaddah-- Yiddish Edition
  2. The Joy of Jewish Art for Children, A Guide for Parents and Teachers

    Devora Piha is the art teacher you always dreamed of for your children. She is creative, nurturing, and makes Judaism come alive in ways many of us have never imagined. In this incredible work, Mrs. Piha has gathered over thirty years of her knowledge, experience, and excitement to share with Jewish parents and teachers. She provides dozens of ready-to-go projects as well as countless lessons, ideas, and stories to bring Jewish art into our lives-and hearts.

    Approbations:

    "It is with true pleasure that I read Devora Piha's book, The Joy of Jewish Art for Children. It is a rich addition to anyone's library; anyone who has wondered how art fits in the Torah world, anyone who wishes to teach art, will be amply rewarded with the wealth of the author's insights, knowledge of child development, and rich examples taken from her practice…I loved it."

    Dr. Judy Belsky, psychologist, author, and artist

    "A wonderful surprise, an original work for Jewish parents and teachers designed to develop both artistic creativity and character in young children in a religious Jewish framework… A refreshing, innovative guide to teaching children wholesome, ethical, and moral values based upon Jewish tradition…The book is at the same time a very practical, hands-on "how to" manual for teaching children self-expression through art, by using Jewish art and biblical and traditional Jewish tropes as models to inspire and mold Jewish children."

    Michael (Kaniel) Kaufman, author of A Guide to Jewish Art and editor of Jewish Art

    About the Author

    Devora Piha describes herself as a light bulb that lights up when she is teaching art to children. Born into a family of artists, her parents were her first teachers and role models. Teaching art to children began at an early age and has continued to improve - like fine aged wine. Devora has an exceptional talent for recognizing the wonders of the visual world. Her eyes are always open to the beauty around us and within us, and she is happily compelled to share her unique insights with others.

    Devora Piha lives in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel, known for its wondrous blend of people, with her husband, children, and grandchildren. Learn More

  3. Laminated Hardcover Sing-Along Siddur with Sound Tracks
  4. It All Begins At Home, Great stories about good middos
    Meet Yael who loves secrets — hearing them and telling them. Will she be able to keep her friend’s biggest secret? Meet Yehuda who has a hard time taking responsibility, until one day he has to face the consequences. Meet Baruch who is constantly complaining. Will he ever be happy with what he has? And then there’s Ari who likes to tease others, but doesn’t exactly like being teased himself. This book is about good middos. Or, more specifically, about how to overcome bad middos. Young readers will relate to the characters as they see them handling the same kinds of situations they themselves face each day. Parents will appreciate the subtle, gentle messages threaded through the stories, and savor the notes that provide extra tools for helping their children overcome bad habits. With charming, true-to-life illustrations, quotes from the Torah and Chazal, and practical guidelines drawn from the Rishonim and mussar greats, Tirtsa Peleg has produced this innovative creation — a wonderful and engaging encounter between paintbrush and pen. The stories in this book are about everyday life. Here, children and parents will find new paths for navigating the journey of life — together. Tirtsa Peleg, a gifted writer, translator, and illustrator, has been illustrating for children for almost forty years. She has published over 250 popular books on a wide range of topics. Learn More
  5. As Strong As Can Be #1, Children Empower Themselves

    Daniel is a smart boy and a good student. But he was too shy to speak up in class. He was so scared, he didn't raise his hand even when he knew the right answer. Then his mother told him a story that happened years before to someone he knew - and he learned about an inner quality called… self-confidence.

    Dovi has a heart of gold and is very popular. Like every kid, he wants to be part of the group and play with his friends. But someone decided that Dovi isn't going to play with his friends. That someone is a boy his age who, for whatever reason, decided that if Dovi is an easygoing, kind boy that means he's weak. Dovi must find a way to prove to everyone - especially himself- that it's not true.

    Avi is a boy with a short fuse. Everything makes him mad. And when Avi gets mad, he loses control - and then he gets into trouble. When Avi gets angry, he's like a driver with no control over his car. It always ends up in a social collision. Can Avi find a way to keep a grip on the steering wheel and not lose control?

    These and other children, each with his own unique character and personality, are the heroes of"As STRONG as can be!"

    AS STRONG AS CAN BE! is a groundbreaking book that combines comics, illustrated stories, and step by step coaching. The heroes of the stories encounter real-life situations familiar to every child. They - and the reader - learn to cope using the many tools found in this book. "As STRONG as can be!" will give your child tools to last a lifetime. Learn More

  6.  30" X 47" Alef Beis Vinyl Poster (special order item can take up to 2 weeks to ship)
  7. Titanic #2, The Secret Is Revealed
    The Amazing Interwoven Backstory of The "Unsinkable" Wallas Family

    In the first volume of Titanic, we read the incredible story of Moshe, the simple village boy who made it big, strayed far from the path of Torah, and then made a complete turnaround on board the Titanic. But the background to that story is even more remarkable! Here, in Titanic 2, the intricate weave of the strands of astonishing hashgachah pratis reveals the full story of Moshe's past - of a family flung apart in tragedy, yet attached in unforeseen ways, overcoming adversity and impossible odds to become leaders in avodas Hashem. Read on and discover the secret of the amazing interwoven backstory of the "unsinkable" Wallas family! Learn More

  8. Haggadah for Pesach - From Slavery to Freedom

    With commentary from the Lubavitcher Rebbe in English translations and with illustrations

     

    "You shall tell your son" This is one of the central mitzvos of the Seder night.

    At the Seder night children are our honored guests.

    We have special customs, questions, and curiosity, to help them stay awake and attentive and listen carefully to the story of miracles and wonders.

    This Haggadah for Pesach "From Slavery to Freedom", it turns the story of the Exodus into an enjoyable and enriching educational experience for children.

    The familar words of the Haggadah are accompanied by impressive colorful illustrations, which bring the story to life right in front of the children's eyes; From slavery and Galus, straight to wondorous redemption.

    Commentaries from the Lubavitcher Rebbe have been incorporated in a concise way into the Haggadah, providing the children with a true Chassidic experience of the Seder.

    "From Slavery to Freedom" - is not just a story in a book Learn More

  9. The Weiss Edition -Tehillim – Psalms -Turquoise Color
  10. The Weiss Edition -Tehillim – Psalms -Cream Color

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