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Taste of the Holidays: A Collection of Recipes and Stories

Every Jewish holiday has its own special delicacies and stories. This holiday cookbook, initiated by Sifriyat Pijama and especially designed for use by young children, comes not only with delicious recipes for each holiday, but also with delectable holiday stories from a myriad of Jewish ...

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Ogi

ניבי אוהבת את אוגי, האוגר בגן של אחותה. ברגע של חולשה היא לוקחת אותו הביתה ללא רשות. עתה עליה להתמודד עם תוצאות מעשיה.

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All by Herself

Sifriiyat Pijama’s first book of the year focuses on the role of stories in our lives. Shlomit asks everyone in her family to tell her a story. When no one has the time or inclination to do so, an amazing thing happens – “a story begins to tell itself.” This charming book explores the ...

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Duck! Rabbit!

What do you see in the picture? Is it a rabbit, or a duck?  It all depends on how you look at it. A humorous, deceptively simple story demonstrating how people may hold different perceptions of the same reality.

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The King’s Gold Shoes

A rhyming adaptation of a tale of the Wise Men of Chelm, shows how paying too much attention to outward appearance can lead to ridiculous outcomes. When the people of Chelm insist that even the king's shoes reflect his exalted status, he ends up with gold shoes he cannot wear.  The legend ...

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We Went on a Hike / A Short Walk

This year's book selection opens with the well-known Israeli poem and song "We Went on a Hike," published for the first time as an illustrated children's book at the initiative of Sifriyat Pijama. The poem describes the wonders a group of children discover while hiking, and reminds us to open our ...

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How To Heal A Broken Wing

When Will sees a fallen bird on the crowded city pavement, he stops and looks – and reaches down to help.  This touching and hopeful story deals with empathy and compassion for animals through the eyes and actions of a young child.

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Eat Coat Eat

Marco the coal salesman, receives a fancy overcoat from a rich man as a gift, and “feeds” the coat with cookies, noodles – and even meatballs – when he goes to a feast. In the process, the astonished guests learn an important lesson about respect for the other. This new rendition of a ...

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Sweet Letters

For generations, Jewish children began their formal education by eating Hebrew letter cookies dipped in honey to symbolize the sweetness of learning the holy tongue. This modern rendition of an old custom draws a link between Gal, who is learning her letters in preschool, and the time her ...

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Guzmai the Joker (Mr. Fibber the Storyteller)

Guzmai the Joker is a character from a charming, rhyming comic strip for children, published by prize-winning Israeli author Lea Goldberg in a children's newspaper between the years 1937-1948. The adventures of Guzmai have been re-illustrated by prominent comic strip artist, Yirmi Pinkus, and are ...

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