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What a wonderful update to the classic cotton lined kepa. This Matzah Kepa will be the talk of the seder. Can't you just picture the entire family wearing this kepa?
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The Shapiro family is getting ready for Purim. Josh is making a grogger to take to the synagogue Megillah reading. Sammy Spider wants to participate, but as Sammy's mother reminds him, Spiders don't celebrate holidays; spiders spin webs. This time Sammy's curiosity gets him stuck inside a grogger, spinning noisily among the beans. How will he escape?
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Nate loves aliens and he really wants to wear an alien costume for Purim, but his friends are all dressing as superheroes and he wants to fit in. What will he do? With the help of his two dads he makes a surprising decision.
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With simple rhyming text we share the experience of little children making hamantashen to give as gifts on Purim.
The Purim story has never been more fun! This lavishly rhyming tale is a wonderful read-aloud book, and its color-coded dialogue is perfect for Reader's Theater performances.
The three little pigs, Rishon, Sheni, and Shlishi, are getting ready for the Purim carnival! They can't wait to play games, eat hamantaschen, and march in the Purim parade. They all need crowns for their Purim costumes. Rishon makes his paper crown very quickly. Sheni spends a little more time on his poster board crown. Slishi works hardest and longest on his wonderful papier mache crown. But will their fun at the carnival be spoiled by the big bad wolf? After all, wolves love hamantaschen too!
Having moved to a new city just before Purim, Naomi reluctantly agrees to help deliver shalach manot, Purim treats, to total strangers while worrying that her mother has forgotten her seventh birthday.
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Paper megilah, book of Esther, on a wooden handel. Comes complete with a velvet case. Measures 18 inches long.
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A lively megillah perfect for congregations, schools, and families. Includes questions, songs, activities, and a 10-act play with production notes. In Hebrew and English. Author: Shoshana Silberman Illustrator: Katherine Janus Kahn Ages: 4-10 Grades: PK-4 40 Pages 6 x 9 Full-Color Illustrations.