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I Kiss My Mezuzah

: 7 x 10 inches

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I Have a Jewish Name

: 7 X 10 inches

I Have a Jewish Name is a colorful, joyful celebration of every child’s beautiful Jewish name! Within the artwork and the inside covers, over 170 different names are featured, and there’s a bookplate with a space for a child to write his or her own. Read more…

Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur Guess Who? A Lift-the-Flap Book

: 7.5 x 7.5 inches

In this clever, double-sided book, children will enjoy the challenge of answering all the Rosh Hashana riddles, then turn the book upside down and enjoy all the Yom Kippur riddles, too! Read more…

Oops! I’m Sorry.

: 7 X 10 inches

When Gavi makes a mistake one day, he only says, “Oops!” With his older brother and sister showing the way, Gavi learns three important ways to show he’s truly sorry Read more…

Feeling Better A to Z

: 8.5 X 11 inches

This lively, colorful picture book helps children discover so many ways in which they can cheer up someone who is not feeling well… Read more…

Shabbos Shabbos I Love You / Mechakim Lech Shabbos (Hebrew Edition)

: 6.75 x 9.5 inches

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I Go to Sleep

In I Go to Sleep, a young brother and sister enjoy the comfort of their evening routine: putting things away, brushing teeth, preparing negel vasser, hugs, kisses, and saying Shema. Read more…

The Creation Book

: 8.5 x 11 inches

The Creation Book features paper cut artwork, watercolor and collage techniques by Dena Ackerman, with spectacular details that will delight the very young and amaze their parents and teachers, too! Read more…

Yes, I Can

: 7 x 10 inches

In a lively new picture book, “Yes, I Can!” a young brother and sister discover what they can learn from everyone, and how to accomplish great things right away. Read more…

If I Went to the Moon / Mah Lokchim LaYareach? (Hebrew Edition)

: 8.5 x 11 inches

In this whimsical picture book, a young boy enjoys an afternoon of creative play, imagining the many supplies he’d need for a trip to the moon: “If I Went to the Moon” will inspire boys and girls to do mitzvos with joy and appreciation, right here on Earth! Read more…