The Cats on Ben-Yehuda Street

There are lots of cats on Ben Yehuda Street, but it is the friendship between a little grey cat with a red collar and a fluffy white stray cat that brings two lonely neighbors together.


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The Wooden Sword

Ann Stampler’s retelling of this classic Afghani Jewish folktale is enriched by Carol Liddiment’s charming and vivid paintings.


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The Rooster Prince of Breslov

This picture book brings a light touch and engaging silliness to the story of a prince who rejects the lavish luxury of his upbringing in favor of a life as… a rooster.


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Go Home, Mrs. Beekman!

Emily Beekman has a problem. School is starting and she doesn’t want to go. Nothing changes her mind until Mom promises to go with her—every day. A reassuring comic antidote for any kid—or parent!— who has ever had to overcome separation anxiety.


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Shlemazel and The Remarkable Spoon of Pohost

Lively Chagall-like illustrations capture the spirit of this traditional Jewish tale, a funny and thought-provoking look at how we make our own luck.


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Something for Nothing

Dog lived in the noisiest part of Bialystok.


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