The newest book in this ongoing series by Michelle Shapiro Abraham
introduces young children to the Havdalah blessings and rituals that
bring Shabbat to a close. Ann D. Koffsky's beautiful color illustrations
show the related ritual objects and how they're used. This book is the
perfect choice for families and schools looking to teach about this
special Jewish time.
Good Morning, Boker Tov is a perfect way to begin the day with your young child.
Michelle Shapiro Abraham's latest book is chock full of colorful pictures by illustrator Selina Alko and easy-to-read texts that express one of the essential Jewish values: being thankful for all that we have.
With Good Night, Lilah Tov, going to bed does not have to be a chore any longer. An integral part of the recently established Bedtime/Morning Rituals initiative of the URJ Department of Lifelong Jewish Learning, this brand new book from Michelle Shapiro Abraham teaches toddlers about mitzvot and the Shema, the prayer recited at the end of the day.
Join a Young boy and his cousin Tamar as they learn about Jewish life in Israel and North-America in this age appropriate introduction to Israel for young children from the author of Good Morning, Boker Tov, Good Night, Lilah Tov, and Shabbat Shalom. The beautiful full-color illustrations allow children to engage with Israel visually.
A great choice for families and schools.
With warmth and tenderness, Michelle Shapiro Abraham's moving new story book, featuring beautiful illustrations by Janice Fried, gently teaches Jewish traditions for remembering loved ones we’ve lost, through the story of a young girl learning about her Grandpa Dennis, the man for whom she was named but never knew.
Jews come in every shape, size, and color. With this delightful new book from Debra Darvick, children will learn that no matter what they look like or where they are from, they are part of the Jewish family.
The Jewish holidays have never been more fun! Learn about the Jewish holidays with this new activity-packed fun book. In this workbook format, young children will spend hours preparing for the holidays. Before the Shabbat candles are set--create a Shabbat table placemat. Before the apples and honey are dipped--fashion a Rosh Hashanah card. Before the matzah is broken--decorate a Passover seder plate. Each activity is intended to give a sense of the traditions associated with each holiday and to attach personal meaning to each one. So use your imagination and discover the wonders of the Jewish holidays through coloring, crafts, games and more.
Ideal learning tool for classroom and home use
Appropriate for primary grades
Includes a brief description of the holidays and glossary
Great range of holidays including Rosh Hodesh and L'ag B'omer