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Pesach Guess Who?

Pesach Guess Who?

It's exciting and interactive for children to guess the rhyming Pesach riddles, then open the flap to reveal the answers. Cleverly designed so the very young will learn as they go... all about the Seder, the special holiday mitzvos Read More →
Purim Guess Who? A lift the flap book

Purim Guess Who? A lift the flap book

It's exciting and interactive for children to guess the rhyming Purim riddles, then open the flap to reveal the answers. Cleverly designed so the very young will learn as they go... all about the megillah, the special holiday foods Read More →
Chanukah Guess Who? A lift the flap book

Chanukah Guess Who? A lift the flap book

Bright colorful illustrations of a family celebration bring the holiday to life, and as an added bonus, there's a page of Chanukah activities for the whole family to share. Read More →
The Torah Book of Opposites

The Torah Book of Opposites

In this big, colorful board book, a charming cast of characters illustrates important aspects of our beloved Torah. The Torah goes IN and OUT of the Aron Hakodesh… …there are BIG Torahs for the grownups and SMALL ones for kids… Read More →
Yossi and Laibel Learn to Help

Yossi and Laibel Learn to Help

Adapted from Hot on the Trail, a Hachai Classic title made shorter and simpler for the very young. As Yossi and Laibel learn the value of helping others, your child can learn, too! Read More →
Yossi and Laibel Learn to Share

Yossi and Laibel Learn to Share

Adapted from Labels for Laibel, a Hachai Classic title made shorter and simpler for the very young. As Yossi and Laibel learn the value of sharing, your child can learn, too! Read More →

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