In "The Mitzvah Gang: A Sukkot Story" the legendary gang of seven comes to the aid of a family that finds itself unable to prepare for the holiday of Sukkot. The story, told in rhymes, is entertaining and educational. A children's book with good values that celebrates tradition, caring, kindness and generosity.
A Taste of Hebrew for English Speaking Kids - Three Book Volume.
Kids of all ages: Enjoy the first three books in the series.
"The Hebrew Alphabet for English Speaking Kids"
"Counting in Hebrew for English Speaking Kids"
"Colors in Hebrew: A Rainbow Tale."
MazorBooks is proud to present the newest addition to its "A Taste of Hebrew" series for English speaking kids. Colors in Hebrew: A Rainbow Tale
Kids of all ages are invited to journey with the sightseeing rainbow that travels to a Israel and learns the names of fourteen colors in Hebrew.
The names of the colors are written in Hebrew and in English transliteration and translation.
The Counting in Hebrew Picture Book for English Speaking Kids is a beautifully illustrated book that teaches kids to count in Hebrew from one to ten. The book includes the numbers written in Hebrew and in English as well as English transliteration of the numbers and all Hebrew words appearing in this volume. Great for enriching your kids' Hebrew knowledge.
Lovely rhymes and wonderful images relate the Story of Purim to young children in a fun and enjoyable fashion. The holiday of Purim is celebrated every year in the month of Adar, four weeks before Passover. Purim is plural for the word Pur, which means "lot". It refers to the evil plot of wicked Haman who drew lots to determine the day to eliminate the Jewish people living in the Persian Empire.
This first book in our "A Taste of Hebrew for Kids Series" in our Smart Kids Bright Future Children's Book Collection focuses on the Hebrew Alphabet. In this book, the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet are illustrated and spelled out in English and in Hebrew. In addition to the letters, 22 basic Hebrew words that are appropriate for young children are taught in a fun way.
--- HOW DID LITTLE DAVID GET RID of the MONSTERS in HIS ROOM? ---
Little David was afraid to fall asleep because every time he shut his eyes the MONSTERS were there! Big and scary monsters. One red, one blue, and one green. But then David's father shared with him a magic spell and David was no longer afraid.
Would you like to know the Magic Spell? Read the book and you'll find out!
When Jason Brown moves to town he is lonely but does not know how to make friends. Instead he starts picking on Fred who is much smaller than him. Fred does not want to snitch and does not tell on Jason. But when Fred stops playing outside his friends figure out the reason. Fred's friends teach him that sometimes 'telling' is the right thing to do and even heroic because it protects everybody.
How to Chanukah is a children's picture book that explains why we celebrate eight days of Chanukah every year. Lovely and lighthearted rhymes describe the miracle of the one little untainted can of oil found in the Holy Temple, with enough oil for one night's lighting, which lasted for the full eight days.
How to Chanukah also recommends that Chanukah gifts should be of the literary kind.
-- When I Grow Up What Will I Be? Is something many kids think about.--
Written by 15-year-old Michali Mazor who shares her childhood contemplations in the The book “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up” and inspires kids to embrace possibilities and anticipate the future with a positive 'Yes I Can' Attitude while celebrating who they are today!
-CHARLIE'S CLOTHES STAGE A REVOLT!–
Like many kids, when Charlie undresses he throws his dirty clothes on the floor. But Charlie's clothes have had it up to here! They've decided to teach Charlie a lesson. What did Charlie's clothes do? And did Charlie learn his lesson? Keep reading. You will love the characters & you will laugh! And then you will want to read it again and again.