Introduces the history and symbols of various Jewish holidays, including Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, and Shavuot.
|Statement||Alfred J. Kolatch ; illustrated by Alex Bloch.|
|Contributions||Bloch, Alex, ill.|
|LC Classifications||BM690 .K635 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||96049289|
Cheesecake for Shavuot by Allison Ofanansky. Recommended for ages 6 to 8. Shavuot, the springtime harvest holiday, is coming up. Follow these Israeli schoolchildren as they harvest their own wheat, make their own goat cheese, and gather their own strawberries so they . Let's Celebrate [Download] by Kim Mitzo Thompson, Hal Wright. Packed with information but more engaging than a textbook, this volume, like others in the series (Let’s Celebrate Women’s Equality Day publishes simultaneously), uses an honest yet positive approach to presenting the fight against injustice in U.S. society. A solid option for introducing the historical context of the holidays. (Nonfiction Author: Barbara Derubertis. The incredibly rare convergence of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah is quite a teachable moment, writes Gerald Zelizer. The two holidays have more in common than you’d think.
purim guide I found this purim guide most me and my daughter. The ips here will to help me help her enjoy the 'fun' of being jewish..I especially liked the 'homemede purim costume ideas'.Jordana liked the idea of the hippy costume., Thank you! Reply. Celebrate the Jewish holidays in a creative, hands-on way. Ronit began writing for us in She soon became a regular contributor to the food column, “The Kosher Table,” which was founded by Lisa Tuttle. For Hanukkah. Our new Hanukkah book is getting attention! Read about it’s role in the vaccination debate. Judah Maccabee Goes to the Doctor. Below, Michele Schipper explains why she lets her kids trick-or-treat. To hear from another Jewish mom with a different perspective, check out “Why I Don’t Let My Kids Trick-or-Treat.”. What happens when we post a photo, in October, of an Education Fellow reading some students a book about witches, while wearing a witch hat?Author: Michele Schipper.
Let’s celebrate Rosh Hashanah. Let’s celebrate Rosh Hashanah The Jewish New Year isn’t about wild parties. As with most holidays, food customs are important. To ensure a . It’s time for Hanukkah! We’re continuing our discussion this week with Steve Herzig, North American Director here at The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry. Steve grew up in an orthodox Jewish home and brings a personal perspective to the Jewish holidays. This week he and Chris are discussing if believers in Jesus should celebrate Hanukkah. Debby Levitt’s four children are dressing up big time for Purim, one of the more raucous of Jewish holidays, which begins on Wednesday (March 7) this year. Tu B’Shvat, the 15th day in the Hebrew month of Shvat, the ‘New Year for Trees, January in , has become increasingly popular, with more and more Tu B’Shvat Seders held annually.