It's nearly spring, which means it's time to celebrate the cheerful Jewish holiday of Purim. Purim recounts the time when Esther, Queen of Persia, saved the Jews from the evil Haman, who wanted to execute the Jewish people. It's a time to dress up in costumes, fill the hamantashen, swing the noisemakers, and read the Megillah scroll. Join a family as they celebrate the bravery of Queen Esther and the joy of being together.
Brother and sister Seth and Sadie Fine love Shabbat. Join them as they spend Shabbat with their family having a picnic, visiting their farm animals, and enjoying the outdoors. It all adds up to a fine day.
As winter ends and spring arrives, one family prepares to celebrate Tu B'Shevat. It's time to feast on fruit, share about conservation, and plant trees! A perfect introduction to the Jewish holiday for readers of all ages.
The first sights of fall arrive-pumpkins, gourds, and colorful leaves-and that means that Sukkot is almost here. Sukkot is the Jewish holiday celebrating the fall harvest and commemorating the time when the children of Israel spent forty years wandering the desert and living in temporary shelters (rebuilt as a sukkah during Sukkot). Soft illustrations and thoughtful gentle text pair for a charming invitation for children to celebrate the joyful holiday....