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The Lost Treasure of Tikun Hamiddos Island

This is the best-selling sequel to The Incredible Voyage to Good Middos. With the Gaavatanic (a play on the Hebrew word “gaava“, pride) sunk at the bottom of the sea, the shipwrecked passengers must learn to work together to survive on a desert island. Under Rebbe Lev Tov’s wise guidance, the lessons of good interpersonal […]

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Laibel doesn't like to share with his little brother, so he devises a clever plan to put an end to it. But someone soon outsmarts Laibel, helping him to discover why sharing is more important than he thought. Written in catchy rhyme, with vivid illustrations. Sharing is a value that all parents, want their children […]

Michael Cares and Shares

When Michael receives a new bicycle, his smart Mommy teaches him just the right way to deal with jealous, aggressive neighbors. Moral character development is a fundamental Jewish value, and each title in the "Michael" series of books wisely focuses on a single mida or character trait. Goldy Says: "Teaches young kids to share!"

The Incredible Voyage to Good Middos

Middot/middos means “moral character”. This clever book teaches middot through a spoof on the Titanic. It’s the amazing, unsinkable, exclusive Gaavatanic (gaava means arrogant pride), and it’s sailing with a deck full of middot-challenged passengers — straight for disaster! But never fear! Rabbi Lev Tov (“good heart”) is on board, and he patiently leads the […]