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  1. I Can Be Makir Tov
    Why should you be thankful?

    So many people are busy helping you all the time -- your parents, your teachers, your friends -- and Hashem is helping you most of all! The more you learn to appreciate all the kind things people do for you, the happier you'll be.
    Climb aboard the Middos Train, and YOU can learn to be a makir tov, too!

    I Can Be Makir Tov is the sixth book in the Middos Train Series -- the perfect way for kids to learn the Torah's approach to good behavior. Climb aboard! Learn More

  2. The Story of the Ribnitzer Rebbe
    Learning From Our Leaders

    Rav Chaim Zanvil Abramowitz, the Ribnitzer Rebbe, was fearless when it came to serving Hashem. Nothing could prevent him from keeping the Torah and mitzvos, not even having his life threatened by the evil Russian Communists. He was a very holy man, and countless incredible miracle stories are told about him.

    InThe Story of the Ribnitzer Rebbe, geared specifically for junior readers, you will read all about this great tzaddik’s life of mesiras nefesh, and the many wonders that he merited to bring about. Learn More

  3. One Yellow Daffodil, A Chanukah Story
    Morris Kaplan sells only the freshest and prettiest flowers  in his shop. But he remembers a time long ago, when everything
    around him was dark and sad. Then one day he saw a bright yellow
    flower growing in an unlikely place. And that flower gave him hope.
    Morris hasn’t celebrated Chanukah since before the war, when
    as a young boy he lit candles with his family in Poland. But that’s
    about to change as two children invite him over to their home for
    Chanukah.
    David A. Adler’s award-winning book has been revised for early
    readers with new illustrations by Avi Katz.
    PRAISE FOR THE 1995 EDITION OF THIS STORY:
    “One of the most beautiful and poignant new picture books
    for children.” —New York Post
    “A tribute to the power of friendship and faith.” —The Boston Globe
    “Optimistic… Touches on many universal themes.”

    —The New York Times Learn More

  4. Making the Grade
    Making the Grade

    “I got a hundred,” Leah bragged, “how about you?”
    “I’d r-r-rather not s-s-s-say,” Shiffy stammered. She felt her cheeks grow warm.
    “Come on, what’s the big secret?” Leah snatched Shiffy’s quiz. She sneered at the red marks all across the page.
    “I can’t believe you only knew four words!” she said. “But I’m not really that surprised!”
    Fourth grader Shiffy Perlman is having a rough time. It’s bad enough that school is so hard. No matter how much she studies, she can’t figure out the right answers in class or on tests. Even worse, popular Leah and her gang enjoy making mean comments every chance they get. What can Shiffy do to stop them?
    Readers will root for Shiffy as she strives to make the grade and discovers some insightful surprises along the way. Learn More

  5. The B.Y. Times #4 War!
    When Batya Ben-Levi, the B.Y. Times’ good-natured distribution
    manager, leaves on a long-awaited trip to Eretz Yisrael, she just
    knows it’s going to be the greatest, most exciting trip ever. But
    Batya gets a lot more than she bargained for, as she finds herself
    facing deadly danger. Eretz Yisrael is under missile attack—
    and Batya and her two young cousins are right on target!

    Meanwhile, in Bloomfield, the B.Y. Times staffers are facing
    a small war of their own. Some of their classmates seem to
    resent them. And who is the mysterious girl who thinks they
    are just a bunch of snobs?
    Follow the adventures of the girls who put out Bais Yaakov of
    Bloomfield’s school newspaper, the B.Y. Times, in this exciting
    fourth book in the best-selling series. Learn More

  6. The B.Y. Times #5 Spring Fever
    Raizy is not the only one of the B.Y. Times’ staffers who is unhappy. Red-haired, impetuous Nechama Orenstein takes a close look at herself and doesn’t really like what she sees—the star athlete and class clown, the kid no one takes seriously. “Spring fever” hits Bais Yaakov of Bloomfield as Raizy and Nechama decide to change their image. Raizy takes off her glasses and her ponytail, and Nechama sticks her head in a book and, worst of all, quits the machanayim team just days before the big game! There are plenty of laughs—and lessons—in store as the B.Y. Times girls sort themselves out and, finally, recover from their Spring Fever. Learn More
  7. The Baker's Dozen #10, Do Not Disturb
    The problem with being a quintuplet is that you never get your
    own birthday party—or your own room. When Yochie invades her
    privacy once too often, Dini decides that she’s had enough of
    being one of five. She moves out of the big sunny bedroom she
    shares with her sisters. And that’s only the beginning…
    Meanwhile, the Baker boys are busy getting themselves into
    plenty of hot water of their own. To their horror, a thoughtless
    prank has the most unexpected consequences. It takes a lot of
    soul-searching, an emergency trip to the hospital, and a long,
    long night to bring all the Bakers back to their senses—and back
    together again.
    Enjoy the adventures of this one-of-akind
    family in the tenth book of the
    bestselling Baker’s Dozen series: Do
    Not Disturb! Learn More
  8. On Stormy Seas, The Comic!
    Adapted From The Bestselling Novel By Shmuel Argaman

    Dear Children,

    The time: WWll.
    The place: Salonika, Greece.

    The cursed Nazis, who had set the dreadful goal of destroying the Jewish people - reached Salonika, and its Jews were in real danger. Against all odds and despite many obstacles, brothers Moshe and David try to save their own lives and the lives of other children.

    Will they succeed?

    Come find out in this book filled with suspense, adventure, and important lessons in emunah and bitachon in Hashem - who decides every single thing that happens!

    So what are you waiting for? Let's go... Learn More

  9. Just Imagine! Their Tales in Our Times #3
    Exciting and educational modern-day comics, based on the holy stories of Chazal


    Dear Children,

    You are probably familiar with many of the stories of Chazal. Despite that, sometimes it's hard to connect to these stories because they took place so long ago, when life was completely different from what we are used to today.

    This book will take you on an exciting, imaginative journey that depicts those well-known stories as if they were happening in our times. The details may be different but the deep lessons they teach are exactly the same!

    You'll be drawn into these entertaining and wise stories. Then after each comic you'll read the original story it was based on. Get ready to be surprised by fun comics with a deliciously familiar flavor... Learn More

  10. Aleph Beis Locks Game

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