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The Kids' Fun Book of Jewish Time

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This vibrant and colorful novelty book offers a unique tool for familiarizing children with the Jewish calendar. Covering all aspects of Jewish time, it introduces young readers ages 3 to 6 to night and day, the seven-day week, Shabbat, the Hebrew months, and special seasons and dates. Young readers will have fun as they learn about Jewish time through interacting with the ...more
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Jewish Lights Publishing
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Great introduction to the Hebrew language, both spoken and written. Very learner-friendly. Beautiful bright colors, great contrast for text. Tabs to pull, wheels to turn, and the learning becomes fun and easy.

The book is so inviting, couldn't help myself, I had to pull the tab to light the candle!

Excellent book!
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