by Dina Rosenfeld

We Can Find a Way


: Amy Wummer
: Hardcover
: English
: 978-1-945560-15-6
: 2018945841


We Can Find a Way – a Hachnosas Orchim inclusion story

Hachnosas Orchim means inviting guests… but it also means making sure that those guests feel comfortable and included!


In We Can Find a Way, Eli, Zev and Leah look forward to hosting a celebration for their Bubby’s birthday.   However, meeting the needs of every guest requires sensitivity and lots of creative thinking.


Two of the toddlers have food allergies.  What kind of treats work for them?  Their uncle is using a wheelchair.  He can’t even get up the front steps!  One of their cousins can’t tolerate crowded, noisy events.  Will the party have to be cancelled, or will Eli Zev and Leah find a way to include everyone?


Children ages 3-6 will love the suspense and the positive attitude of the main characters.  Hopefully, when planning an activity or event of their own, young readers will understand the value of inclusion, and make sure to find a way!




We Can Find a Way

written by Dina Rosenfeld, illustrated by Amy Wummer

ISBN: 978-1-945560-15-6 / LCCN: 2018945841

Hardcover / Laminated pages / Ages 3-6 / List Price $13.95

Author Information

Dina Rosenfeld, a former pre-school teacher from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, began by creating original stories for her young students.  Some of her most popular books are Labels for Laibel, Kind Little Rivka, and The Very Best Place for a Penny.  Dina lives in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn where, in addition to writing, she has become involved with children’s book editing and design.

Illustrator Information

Amy Wummer has been working in the field of illustration since the early nineties. She is known primarily as a children’s book illustrator, with more than eighty titles to her credit. Amy specializes in whimsical, lighthearted themes and works in pencil, ink, and watercolors.

November 2007.  The illustrator and her husband, Mark, also an artist, live in Pennsylvania. They are the parents of three grown children.

Customer Reviews


...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