2 edition of The Best Jewish Childrens Stories When the Beginning Began and Over Favorites! found in the catalog.
The Best Jewish Childrens Stories When the Beginning Began and Over Favorites!
2004 by National Yiddish Book Center .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
A Child's First Book Of Jewish Holidays By Alfred J. Kolatch. This Thoroughly Engaging And Colorful Introduction To The Major Jewish Holidays Will Delight Children Ages Five And Up. Rabbi Kolatch Welcomes Youngsters To All Of The Important Days Of Celebration, Beginning With Shabbat And Concluding With Yom Ha-Atzma'ut. Full Color, Hardcover: 36 Pages The Best of Jewish Children’s Books for the New Year! The stories help families engage with Jewish values, ideas, and traditions on their own terms, and the books are paired with activities and resources for the whole family to learn, create, and play together. Celebrate the new year by signing up your kiddos for PJ Library.
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Catalogue, 18-23 Jul 1927.
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