Good Morning, Boker Tov is a perfect way to begin the day with your young child.
Michelle Shapiro Abraham's latest book is chock full of colorful pictures by illustrator Selina Alko and easy-to-read texts that express one of the essential Jewish values: being thankful for all that we have.
Good Morning, Boker Tov is a part of the Bedtime/Morning Rituals initiative of the URJ's Department of Lifelong Jewish Learning. Alongside its companion text, Good Night, Lilah Tov, this book is not only an ideal beginning to every young child's day, it is truly a paramount start to leading a Jewish life.
With Good Night, Lilah Tov, going to bed does not have to be a chore any longer. An integral part of the recently established Bedtime/Morning Rituals initiative of the URJ Department of Lifelong Jewish Learning, this brand new book from Michelle Shapiro Abraham teaches toddlers about mitzvot and the Shema, the prayer recited at the end of the day.
Featuring six songs for bedtime and six for morning, performed by the biggest stars in contemporary Jewish music: Fran Avni, Kol B'Seder, Rabbi Joe Black, Peri Smilow, Peter & Ellen Allard, Debbie Friedman, Rick Recht, and others. A great way to start and end the day for families with young children.
With warmth and tenderness, Michelle Shapiro Abraham's moving new story book, featuring beautiful illustrations by Janice Fried, gently teaches Jewish traditions for remembering loved ones we’ve lost, through the story of a young girl learning about her Grandpa Dennis, the man for whom she was named but never knew.
New Parents Gift Set
Great gifts for new parents to help them through their children's early years and bring a little Judaism to their daily lives. For new parents, Tot Shabbat families and new members.
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