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  1. 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
  2. The Weekly Parashah, Sefer Bereishis, 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

  3. Which Bracha game (וועלכע ברכה)
  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. 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

  6. The Parsha with Rabbi Juravel #4, Bamidbar
    The ultimate Parsha book for kids! By famous children's storyteller, Rabbi Juravel, author of A Journey with Rabbi Juravel series, A Story! with Rabbi Juravel series and The Parsha with Rabbi Juravel series. Superb layout and illustrations. A comprehensive education on the entire parsha; this is a tremendous learning tool that will keep children absorbed for hours on end! Learn More
  7. The Desert Diary
    Brought to life like never before, this authentic story of the journeys of the Jewish people in the Midbar is presented with eloquent prose and stunning visual detail. What begins as a child's diary of day-to-day life in Kadesh Barne'a continues with a young man's account of the wondrous miracles and challenging travails of the years in the Wilderness and ends with a mature man's anticipations as the Chosen Nation stood on the threshold of our promised land.The Desert Diarygives every reader the sense that he himself was among the Bnei Yisrael who left Mitzrayim. For fans of the Katz Haggadah, this is a continuation of the experience!

    Includes 33 pages of detailed Hebrew annotation and sources. Learn More

  8. Know Navi #3
    Know Navi #3

    Selected exciting stories on Navi Learn More

  9. Know Navi #4
    Know Navi #4

    Selected exciting stories on Navi Learn More

  10. Alef Beis Cookie Cutters - 37 piece set
    Included are all 27 letters of the hebrew alphabet and 8 holiday shapes. Chai, kiddish cup, torah, menorah, dreidel, shofar and star of David. A rolling pin, spatula and a recipe for cookies and decorative icing is included as well.

    Rolled edges for comfort use. Hand wash. Towel dry. Learn More

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