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  1. A search-and-find book

    Here's a great way for kids to become inspired by the wonders of Creation and have fun at the same time! 

    On each big, beautiful page, they can search and find amazing plants and animals as they count from 1 to 10! 

    Learning and enjoyment for kids ages 3 to 8! Learn More

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Chazal Comics
    Stories of Chazal, culled from Gemora and Medrosh, with lessons in Avodas Hashem, as taught by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

    An ocean blocking Reb Pinchas Ben Yair. Thieves steal a box of diamonds worth a fortune. Rabi Chanina Ben Dosa and the massive stone. Learn More

  6. Tefillah Treasures, Inspiring Stories On The Power Of Prayer
    Hashem hears our precious tefillos; when we pray, we feel His presence close to us. Acclaimed author and educator Genendel Krohn brings this message to life with remarkable, true stories that show children just how powerful our prayers are — and how much good results from them.

    From around the world — whether Mir, Poland; Mogador, Morocco; Seattle, Washington; or the holy city of Yerushalayim — each and every one of the stories in Tefillah Treasures illustrates how genuine and sincere tefillos can and do make all the difference. Learn More

  7. A Yom Tov Book of Poems, tishrei Tales
    When Rabbi Reuven Bauman wrote a manuscript of yom tov poems for children, it was his fervent wish to find a publisher who would share it with the world. This delightful book will inspire, entertain, and most importantly, encourage children to do mitzvos with sincerity and joy.

    Rabbi Reuven Bauman grew up in Teaneck, New Jersey. He lived in Elizabeth, New Jersey; Savannah, Georgia; and most recently Norfolk, Virginia, where he was a beloved rebbe at Yeshivas Toras Chaim. He left a profound impact on his students and all who came into contact with him. He also authored the children’s book Yanky’s Amazing Discovery. Learn More

  8. Lite Boy #4 - Dovy and the Hachnasas Sefer Torah Book/CD
    Lite Boy book to celebrate the happiness of Torah! 

    Dovy's Uncle Benny has bought a special gift for his shul -- a brand new Sefer Torah! Join Dovy as he experiences the amazing celebration of a Hachnasas Sefer Torah and learns how important the Torah is to us!

    The Lite Boy Series -- learn ... inspire ... teach ... encourage Learn More

  9. A House Full of Love, Story of Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky
    She loved all Jews.

    And they loved her.

    Now our children will learn to love her too.

    Welcome to Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky's House Full of Love.

    Shmuel Blitz is the bestselling author of the ArtScroll Children's Siddur, ArtScroll Children's Haggadah, Children's Bedtime Stories, A House Full of Chesed, and more than 20 other popular children's books.

    Now, he introduces young readers to one of the most beloved figures of our time - Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky. Our children (grandchildren too!) will love the stories about Rebbetzin Kanievsky's legendary devotion to Torah and her kindness to others, carefully chosen to interest and excite young readers. TheyÂ’ll love the beautiful full color illustrations by Lea Kron. And, especially, they will love Rebbetzin Batsheva - because they will feel her endless love for them! Learn More

  10. Chipmunk Trouble & Other Stories
    Yossi can't be bothered to study or check over his work...

    Chavie feels she has no special talents or qualities, like the rest of her classmates...

    Avrami accidentally creates a groove in his neighbor's wet cement, but is afraid to own up to it...

    Rachel Stein is back with another great book geared especially for younger readers!

    Join Yossi, Chavie, Avrami, Miriam, Chaya'le, and the others on their adventures and journeys, in this fantastic collection of new stories! There's lots of excitement and growth waiting to be discovered in these pages, so come along and share in the fun! Learn More

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