by Sara Blau

Oops! I’m Sorry.

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: Erin Taylor
: Hardcover
: English
: 9781945560200
: 2019933685

Overview

Has your child ever balked when it came time to apologize to you, to a sibling, or to a friend?  Or, has your child tossed off many thoughtless “I’m sorry’s,” that don’t seem to mean anything?

Then this colorful, rhyming book is for you!

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.

To achieve good relationships with others and with Hashem, it’s vital to know how to face the mistakes of the past and repair them for the future.

Just in time for the Teshuva season, Oops! I’m Sorry, is a great way to make this process accessible and easy for children to understand.

A fun read with a great message for all ages!

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Oops! I’m Sorry!

Written by Sara Blau illustrated by Erin Taylor

ISBN: 978-1-945560-20-0 / LCCN: 2019933685

Hardcover / Laminated pages / Ages 2-5 / List Price $10.95

Publication Date; September 2019

Author Information

Sara Blau is a teacher and Extracurricular Director at Beth Rivkah High School. She is a mother of four children and the author of over 20 children’s books.

 

Illustrator Information

Erin Taylor loves telling stories with pictures. She also loves to travel and has lived in many places in the United States and in southern Africa.  Every time Erin makes an illustration, she hopes that it gives someone a view into a fantastic world of imagination and hopes that they will return to it again and again!  Erin currently enjoys time with her family on the Oregon coast where she lives.

Customer Reviews

Testimonials

...the book successfully conveys an excitement about applying religion to one's life...

- Publishers Weekly

...Splendidly designed...

- Children's Bookwatch

...speaks in just the right tone about an upsheren celebration from the birthday boy's point of view.

- N'shei Newsletter

...a fun book of learning and teaching and being Jewish.

- Algemainer Journal

The stories are charming and delightful...

- Jewish World News