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CHILDREN'S BOOKS

New Book Release

One way to fight darkness is to bring MORE LIGHT,

in so many ways. YES! MORE Tzedakah, More Tefilla!

More tehillim and prayer.  Yes, more kosher Tefillin and more kosher Mezuzot.

YES, MORE BOOKS!

YES!!!

ALEF - BEIS TANYA

Please follow the link to purchase Alef-Beis Tanya: https://a.co/d/1IzflbY

Children´s Books in English

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New town, new house, new school, new classmates who don't seem very friendly-overwhelmed by all the changes in her life, Yehudis finds comfort in junk food and sweets.Can an understanding teacher help her make better choices about her health? In this informative book, Miriam Yerushalmi imparts techniques that encourage young people to exercise control over their diet and fitness for better mental and emotional wellbeing.

Prince Chaim is very worried. How will he ever become a good king like his father, if he can't even do simple chessed properly?

A wise advisor helps the unhappy young prince prove his true value to those around him- and to himself.

Colorful and charming illustrations accompany Miriam Yerushalmi's sweet story that will lift the spirits of every child who may face self-doubt.

Today, an abundance and variety of healthful food -- fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins --are available year-round. Yet so many people, especially the young, fill up on less healthful, manufactured “food” items that are full of unnecessary ingredients like sugar, preservatives, and food coloring.
Miriam Yerushalmi’s “Rainbow Fun Foods” gently encourages children to appreciate G-d’s creation of natural and healthy nourishment and to enjoy more healthful eating.

Feivel and his friends set out to bring food to the poor on Erev Shabbos. Joining Menachem and his mother, they all set out for the soup kitchen to do this mitzvah, only to discover that it has been sold to Mr. Bigg, a contractor, who has other plans for the building. Menachem helps Mr. Bigg come to a happy resolution and an appreciation of the mitzvah of kindness and the joy of giving.

Let the spark of Tanya ignite your heart and mind, whatever your age and stage!
Alef Beis Tanya introduces three levels of learning for babies and beyond:
Level 1: Learning the Letters of the Alef Beis.
Level 2: Learning Tanya words built on those letters.
Level 3: Learning Tanya Concepts built on those words.
Alef Beis Tanya will grow with your child.

Through this story about a family experiencing nature in a very Jewish and Chassidic way, you and your children will learn that every tree, every flower, every waterfall brings us closer to G-dliness and an appreciation of the wonders of G-d's divine plan for this world. It teaches that the four base elements of the world Earth, Water, Air, and Fire can be harnessed by even young children to transform their lives by enhancing their productivity, assertiveness, attentiveness, and sensitivity.

With their mother in the hospital, can Rafi and Rina still enjoy the beauty of Shabbos?

In the holy city of Tzefat, the children and their friend learn that with faith, joy, and song every experience can be positive.

Acclaimed family and child counselor Miriam Yerushalmi weaves a life-affirming lesson in this lovely story showing how mitzvos are the best medicine.

Can an understanding teacher help him make better choices about his health? In this informative book, Miriam Yerushalmi imparts Torah-based knowledge and brain training techniques that encourage our youth to exercise control over their diet and fitness for better mental and emotional wellbeing. Can an understanding teacher help him make better choices about his health? In this informative book, Miriam Yerushalmi imparts Torah-based knowledge and brain training techniques that encourage our youth to exercise control over their diet and fitness for better mental and emotional wellbeing.

Today, so many young people are sedentary, sitting for hours with their electronic gadgets.
This book will encourage youngsters to get outdoors and appreciate the special character
of each different season.
This book will inspire family outings and creates more bonding experiences, as children and adults together explore the beautiful world we live in!

In "Castle Around My Heart", Miriam Yerushalmi שתחי engages the audience with an all too common but very sad story of bullying, while empowering young ladies to strengthen themselves from within and not fall into being a victim. She brilliantly weaves in Torah lessons and stories to give clarity and strength.

A wonderful Jewish Children's Book by Miriam Yerushalmi.

Other books in the series include:

Feivel the Falafel Ball Who Wanted to Do a Mitzvah

Gedalia the Goldfish Who Wanted to Be Like the King

Let's Go Camping and Discover Our Nature

Let's Go to Israel

Beautiful Like a Kallah

Carrying a Tune in Tzefat

The Best Dressed

Miriam Yerushalmi's newest book, "I Love You Gramma Nana" is a sweet and lovely book about the power and value of grandmothers. It's about tradition, wisdom, and the gift of unconditional love. This book teaches children to show love, how adults can continue to give it, and how grandmothers embody it.

I highly recommend this book for anyone who has a grandmother, is a grandmother, or knows a grandmother. It is a beautiful book with a beautiful message for everyone.

-Cody Yacov Wizman

A wonderful Jewish Children's Book by Miriam Yerushalmi. Other books in the series include

Feivel the Falafel Ball Who Wanted to Do a Mitzvah

Gedalia the Goldfish Who Wanted to Be Like the King

Let's Go Camping and Discover Our Nature

Let's Go to Israel

Beautiful Like a Kallah

Carrying a Tune in Tzefat

The Best Dressed

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A little goldfish named Gedalia came upon a Jewish king who was true to Hashem's Torah, and Gedalia desperately wanted to emulate the king's ways by fulfilling the mitzvos (commandments). This endearing tale for children ages six to ten teaches the importance of living a meaningful life in a Torah way even when we feel like little fish in a big sea.

Distributed by Jonathan David Publishers, Inc.

This captivating story by author and family and child psychologist, Miriam Yerushalmi, can help children prepare for their own coming of age journey. Beautifully illustrated by highly talented artist Esther Ito Perez.

Malka is a little girl who loves the beautiful things especially kallah gowns. In fact, Malka wants to be a beautiful like a kalah. When she attends her friend Sarah's wedding, Malka learns not only a mitzvah, but a deep understanding of true beauty.

This wonderfully vibrant full-color book revolves about a falafel ball and his friends, who search for ways to bring kedushah (holiness) into the world even through the most mundane activities. Excellent for children ages six to ten, who often feel that commandments are just for big people.

Distributed by Jonathan David Publishers, Inc.

Children´s Books in Yiddish

A little goldfish named Gedalia came upon a Jewish king who was true to Hashem's Torah, and Gedalia desperately wanted to emulate the king's ways by fulfilling the mitzvos (commandments). This endearing tale for children ages six to ten teaches the importance of living a meaningful life in a Torah way even when we feel like little fish in a big sea.

Through this story about a family experiencing nature in a very Jewish and Chassidic way, you and your children will learn that every tree, every flower, every waterfall brings us closer to G-dliness and an appreciation of the wonders of G-d's divine plan for this world. It teaches that the four base elements of the world Earth, Water, Air, and Fire can be harnessed by even young children to transform their lives by enhancing their productivity, assertiveness, attentiveness, and sensitivity.

A wonderful Jewish Children's Book by Miriam Yerushalmi. Other books in the series include

Feivel the Falafel Ball Who Wanted to Do a Mitzvah

Gedalia the Goldfish Who Wanted to Be Like the King

Let's Go Camping and Discover Our Nature

Let's Go to Israel

Beautiful Like a Kallah

Carrying a Tune in Tzefat

The Best Dressed

Malka is a little girl who loves the beautiful things especially kallah gowns. In fact Malka wants to be a beautiful like a kalah. When she attends her friend Sarah's wedding, Malka learns not only a mitzvah, but a deep understanding of true beauty.

With their mother in the hospital, can Rafi and Rina still enjoy the beauty of Shabbos?

In the holy city of Tzefat, the children and their friend learn that with faith, joy, and song every experience can be positive.

Acclaimed family and child counselor Miriam Yerushalmi weaves a life-affirming lesson in this lovely story showing how mitzvos are the best medicine.

A wonderful Jewish Children's Book by Miriam Yerushalmi. Other books in the series include:

Feivel the Falafel Ball Who Wanted to Do a Mitzvah

Gedalia the Goldfish Who Wanted to Be Like the King

This captivating story by author and family and child psychologist, Miriam Yerushalmi, can help children prepare for their own coming of age journey.

Beautifully illustrated by highly talented
artist Esther Ito Perez.

This wonderfully vibrant full-color book revolves about a falafel ball and his friends, who search for ways to bring kedushah (holiness) into the world even through the most mundane activities. Excellent for children ages six to ten, who often feel that commandments are just for big people.

Children´s Books in Hebrew

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This wonderfully vibrant full-color book revolves about a falafel ball and his friends, who search for ways to bring kedushah (holiness) into the world even through the most mundane activities. Excellent for children ages six to ten, who often feel that commandments are just for big people.

Hoy en día, hay una gran cantidad y variedad de alimentos saludables (frutas, verduras, granos y proteínas) que están disponibles durante todo el año. Sin embargo, muchas personas, especialmente los jóvenes, consumen “alimentos” procesados menos saludables que contienen ingredientes innecesarios como el azúcar, conservadores y colorantes.

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