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The Family Treasury Of Jewish Holidays

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Family Treasury Of Jewish Holidays

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Author: Malka Drucker

It's essential to get a copy of The Family Treasury Of Jewish Holidays a fabulous child's book by Malka Drucker. The author is Malka Drucker and it was published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. It was available sometime in 1994. The children's book is 192 pages long. To obtain your personal copy of this book, visit the add to cart button on this page.

The Jewish tradition holds that parents bear the responsibility of teaching young children the Torah, the ethical way to live, too as the history of Judaism."Listening to a riveting story will build anticipation for a holiday, encourage a wish for a Jewish life, and produce sweet memories of reading together,"offers Malka Drucker in her introduction. What happens if they can't remember all the lessons and important historical events? For instance, by reading the compelling Hebrew stories and poems aloud, parents help children learn through the realm imagination--the place where characters, images, and ancient lessons come alive. The treasury also includes numerous poems, holiday crafts, recipes, and family activities. But how can parents teach these crucial lessons in techniques that are entertaining, meaningful, and respectful? This can be an excellent gift and keepsake for any Jewish household with young children. This Family Treasury of Jewish Holidays gives some solutions to these quandaries. --Gail Hudson


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