Stepladder to Hindsight is about a fascinating man who has reached a turning point in his life and looks back. In this work, renowned academic and life-writer Richard Freadman turns the pen on himself, producing an immensely compelling narrative of his life. Elegant and richly ... read more
We are very excited to launch the New Australian Haggadah. Just in time for Pesach, our Haggadah is the full text with Hebrew-English translation, inspiring Australian social justice commentar... read more
Standing Up profiles the most inspiring Jewish Australian humanitarians, philanthropists and social justice activists of our time. What drives these outstanding individuals is exposed through a series of intimate interviews and stunning photo ... read more
|Author:||Chaya M. Burstein|
|Series:||Dover Children's Bilingual Coloring Book Ser.|
Here s an easy and fun way for children to learn not only the complete Hebrew alphabet but also 250 modern Hebrew words and how to pronounce them. This inexpensive coloring book devotes a full page of playful line drawings to each Hebrew letter, showing that letter, common modern Hebre... read more
Enjoy a Sephardic Rosh Hashanah seder observed throughout the world. This special service incorporates blessings, songs, and folktales relating to eight foods that symbolize prosperity, fertility, and peace.
Sammy's newest adventure finds him knee-deep in honey, and anxious to celebrate the New Year.
In Renate's spellbinding story, we're taken along on an incredible journey of survival that spans three countries and one remarkable life. In sun-soaked pages, Renate shows us life on the kibbutz and how a young country experiences the miracle of statehood. Part of Renate's gift... read more
|Awards:||Shortlisted for Guardian Children's Fiction Award 2010.|
Once I didn't know about my grandfather Felix's scary childhood.Then I found out what the Nazis did to his best friend Zelda.Now I understand why Felix does the things he does.At least he's got me.My name is Zelda too.This is our story. Shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Fic... read more
|Reading Level:||Teen - Grade 7-9, Age 12-14|
Like other girls, Jutta Salzberg enjoyed playing with friends, going to school, and visiting relatives. In Germany in 1938, these everyday activities were dangerous for Jews. Jutta and her family tried to lead normal lives, but soo... read more