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Ben Tzion and the First S’vivon (dreidle)

Many children invent words that are new and special. Sometimes their inventions are funny and sometimes clever – but most of them are forgotten with time. Ben-Tzion, the son of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, didn’t imagine that to this day all of us would be using the name that  he gave over one hundred ...

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Tsila and Gila

Two loving grandmothers bake a cake and set off to their granddaughter’s birthday celebration.  On the way they pick up all sorts of needy people: a girl and her dog, a man holding strawberries, a young soldier.  When the car comes to a sudden halt, a change in plans is required.  Mutual ...

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One Little Chicken

כמה בעיות כבר יכולה לגרום תרנגולת אחת קטנה? תרנגולת קטנה הולכת לאיבוד. רבי חנינא בן דוסא ומשפחתו מוצאים אותה ומתנדבים לטפל בה עד שיגיע האדם שלו היא שייכת. הטיפול ...

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Mrs. Biddlebox (In Hebrew, “Isadora, What a Day”)

One morning Isadora Biddlebox awakens to a gloomy day that begins when she gets up on the wrong side of the bed.  How do we respond to a bad day?  Isadora teaches us all an original lesson in coping with bad moods and annoyances.

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Mummy and Me

Duvshan (literally, "Honey-cake".  In the English story he is called "Hum") loves to do all kinds of things with his Mummy. Together they play ball, work in the garden, color pictures together and cook.

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There’s No Such Thing as a Dragon

When a dragon shows up one morning at the Bixbee house, Billy wants to care for it, but his mother insists that it doesn’t even exist. Yet the more she tries to ignore the dragon, the larger the creature grows.  What do you think?  Was there or wasn’t there a dragon?  Is there such a thing ...

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Uri’s Special Language

Uri is almost two years old, and is just learning to talk. The grown-ups in his family try their best to understand him, but don’t always succeed.  The only one who can understand Uri is his big brother Yonatan.  5-year-old Yonatan can translate Uri’s special language for Ima and Abba.

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Land of Preschool Children

The children in a kindergarten class are busy getting ready for Independence Day (Yom Ha'atzmaut) and have built their own country out of blocks. How will the children respond when a new friend asks to join their ready-made "country"?  The story illustrates the complexity of the ingathering of the ...

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Augustus and his Smile (Hebrew title: Prince’s Smile)

The tiger has lost his smile. He sets off on a journey to find it: He climbs high mountains, descends  to the depths of the sea, prances across the desert and walks in the rain. As he splashes through a large puddle, the tiger discovers a wonderful surprise, right under his nose.

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YOSSI, MY WONDERFUL CHILD

Ima asks Yossi to go to the shop and buy some milk and bread. Instead, Yossi returns  home with a puppy dog, a harmonica and a flower. What happened to Yossi on the way to the store?  And how will Ima react when Yossi brings her these gifts?

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