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Use Your Jewish Creativity!
A Yiddish Folktale
Blasting off in 2021!
Bubbe & Bart's
Matzoh Ball Mayhem
by Bonnie Grubman
illustrated by Deborah Melmon
1 super-cool Bubbe + 1 super-boisterous puppy + 1 pot full of FLYING MATZOH BALLs = the recipe for one super-funny pre-Shabbat afternoon!
Enjoy this hilarious Jewish counting book for dog-lovers everywhere by Bonnie Grubman, author of Oy Vey! Life in a Shoe, and Deborah Melmon, illustrator of Chicken Soup, Chicken Soup and Mitzvah Pizza!
I am Hava:
A Song's Story of Love, Hope & Joy
by Freda Lewkowitz
illustrated by Siona Benjamin
Learn the story of the world's most famous Jewish song as told by the song herself...
See Hava's journey as she spreads joy and hope to people throughout the world.
Enjoy the beautiful and dramatic artwork of acclaimed transcultural Indian-Jewish artist, Siona Benjamin!
BLASTING OFF IN 2022 & 2023!
Lily Blue Riding Hood
by Sandy Lanton, Illustrator TBA
Here are 3 important things to know about Lily Bluestein:
1. Lily ALWAYS wears her favorite blue hoodie.
2. She LOVES to skateboard, and...
3. Today is the day she's bringing her WORLD- FAMOUS Hamentashen to Granny's Florida condo...
until Thaddeus T. Wolfe gets a whiff and tries to trick Lily out of her hamentashen!
But this skateboarding-Queen Esther has her own ollie-full of tricks up her elbow pads!
Meet this fun, mighty and one-of-a-kind Jewish girl as she becomes the heroine of her own Purim story!
by k marcus, Illustrator TBA
Was Victor Frankenstein Jewish?
Probably not. But through immigration, intermarriage and imagination his ancestors are.
In this retelling of Frankenstein, it’s Passover and Mati, Victor Frankenstein’s great, great, great Jewish non-binary grand ancestor wants to win the school science fair and be the greatest scientist in the world.
When the experiment succeeds, Mati takes center stage in this present day, science fiction Passover adventure.
Fighting Climate Change is a Mitzvah
by Brianna Caplan Sayres
Meet young Jewish climate activists and see how Jewish commandments and Jewish values connect to climate activism