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Where Are You, Hashem?

"Hashem" is a Jewish way of saying God. Where are you, God? What a simple basic question; one that every child asks! And here is a simple, basic answer which every child will appreciate and understand. Full color illustrations. A particularly meaningful book for Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and year-round to share with your kids.

Rosh Hashana Honey Dishes

Our pick of the best honey and honey dishes: This precious jar of honey from Kibutz Ein Harod will add a taste of Israel to your holiday table. This selection of honey dishes and apple platters has something for everyone. The Beehive Crystal Honey Jar is popular and affordable. The Tumbleweed ceramic honey pot is […]

Book of Our Heritage

This may be the most important set of books in a Jewish home! Kitov explores the holidays, feasts and fast days of the Jewish calendar and explains their laws and customs. He also adds extremely interesting Midrashic commentaries and insights of great Jewish thinkers and spiritual leaders.This set makes a wonderful bar or bat mitzvah […]

You Don’t Say

This book enables your child to learn about lashon hara (avoiding harmful speech) visually. This central topic of Jewish ethics comes alive through an easy-to-read text with captivating illustrations. Children of all backgrounds will appreciate the important mitzvah of speaking nicely and guarding oneself from harmful speech. Particularly meaningful to read with children during holidays […]