I'm So Special... and So Are You!

I'm So Special... and So Are You!

a touching portrayal of many important lessons, including being mevater, showing true gevurah, and having a healthy self-image. Author: Jakubowicz

We Can Find a Way

We Can Find a Way

In We Can Find a Way, Eli, Zev and Leah look forward to hosting a celebration for their Bubby’s birthday. However, meeting the needs of every guest requires sensitivity and lots of creative thinking. Two of the toddlers have food allergies. What kind of treats work for them? Their uncle is using a wheelchair. He can’t even get up the front steps! One of their cousins can’t tolerate crowded, noisy events.

I Daven Every Day

I Daven Every Day

Give your child a lifelong love of davening with this charming introduction to Tefillah. I Daven Every Day is the first book in a new series about Teshuvah, Tefillah and Tzedakah for children. Author: Naomi Shulman

It Only Takes a Minute

It Only Takes a Minute

How wonderful to realize that it only takes a minute to say thank you, to help, to make a bracha with kavana, to smile, to notice, to practice, and to listen.

?אבא למה

?אבא למה

(Hebrew) Why do we say Modeh Ani? Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

?אבא למה

?אבא למה

(Hebrew) Why do we wash negel vasser? Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

חני הדולה טועמתת גלאלה

חני הדולה טועמתת גלאלה

(Hebrew) Chani has a hard time adjusting to the birth of her new baby brother. She learns that ahavas chinam will bring Geulah. Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

האלף בית החסידי

האלף בית החסידי

(Hebrew) Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

Kibbud Horim

Kibbud Horim

(Hebrew) Short stories of Tzadikkim on the topic of Kibud Av Vaeim Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

רקוד הגאולה של דוד המלך

רקוד הגאולה של דוד המלך

(Hebrew) Children learn the preciousness of their saying pseukim and Tehillim by being told a beautiful story of how the Tehillim of simple Yidden brings Geulah. They are taken on clouds to the seuda of Shor Habor in the Beis Hamikdash! Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

ספור של אות

ספור של אות

(Hebrew) Learn to write the Aleph Beis letters while learning the chassidus of the shape of each letter. Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

?מי אני

?מי אני

(Hebrew) What is special about being a Yid? Why we have two neshamos and how we can bring Geulah by training our nefesh habehamis to serve Hashem. Can be ordered in the US by contacting Bet Moshiach- 954-709-6507

My Tanya

My Tanya

Stories from Our Sages

Stories from Our Sages

Beautiful short stories brought from the Gemara to teach: - the words we say can help people - or hurt them. - it is so important to make other people happy. - everything, but everything, Hashem does is for the best. and more!

My Very Own Letter

My Very Own Letter

Some mitzvos are done daily, some weekly, and others, once a year. But this inspiring picture book for young children focuses on a mitzvah that can be fulfilled once in a lifetime!

Nechama & Mendel Get Ready for Moshi

Nechama & Mendel Get Ready for Moshi

by Leah Miriam Heidingsfeld

Talking About Private Places

Talking About Private Places

by Bracha Goetz Talking About Private Places helps parents address an aspect of personal safety. This book was created to help even the most skittish parent engage in an honest, positive and upbeat discussion about the dignity and respect with which our bodies are to be treated.

LET'S TELL THE STORY OF THE BEIS HAM

LET'S TELL THE STORY OF THE BEIS HAM

by Blau, Sara A child’s first introduction to Tisha B’Av We all want the Beis Hamikdash back ... But do our kids have any idea why? What was the Beis Hamikdash and what happened to it? Join Naftoli as he learns the story of the Beis Hamikdash on a level that’s perfect for young children.

Talks and Tales

Talks and Tales

For 48 years, Shmuessen Mit Kinder Un Yugent / Talks and Tales charmed children with heartwarming lessons both of the past and present day. Now, a new generation seeks the same wholesome Jewish inspiration that made the original series so beloved. Through this series, children can: Explore the wonders of G-d`s creations in Vunder Fun Der Natur; visit monumental Jewish leaders in G`dolei Yisrael; or harness their unbounded energy through V`Ani Tefilati.

Lubavitcher Rabbi`s Memoirs

Lubavitcher Rabbi`s Memoirs

The sixth Rebbe penned this memoir to introduce us to the origins of Lubavitch, specifically the spiritual journey of Baruch, father of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, the first leader of Chabad-Lubavitch.

Links In The Chassidic Legacy

Links In The Chassidic Legacy

Links In The Chassidic Legacy: Biographical Sketches That First Appeared In The Classic Columns Of Hatamim

Branches Of The Chasidic Menorah

Branches Of The Chasidic Menorah

Author: Rabbi Yosef Y. Schneerson Translator: Shimon Neubort Biographical stories Based On The Essay, "Fathers Of Chassidus" Translated from the Chasidic journal Hatamim, this book features biographical sketches of the founders of the Chasidic movement written by the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Around the Shabbos Table

Around the Shabbos Table

The story starts one Friday night when Tova Leiba’s brother is unhappy with his seat. Tova Leiba agrees to change places with him, as she is confident that she can be happy there. And, thanks to her positive attitude, she does discover a hidden benefit to her new position at the table. “Tov lev, simcha tomid” To a good hearted person, life’s a constant celebration.

Maayan Chai

Maayan Chai

Maayan Chai online, short Sichos in Hebrew

Red is my Rimon

Red is my Rimon

What colorful mitzvos come into your head When you think of yellow -- or brown, blue, and red? All around the year, we do mitzvos with colorful objects: brown matza, green lulav, red rimon, silver candlesticks, and so many more! Beautiful, sophisticated paintings depict each color scene, and every page is surrounded by a strong, bright border. The lovely rhyming verses will appeal to even the very youngest toddlers. What a great way to learn colors and mitzvos!

Stories of Tzaddikim

Stories of Tzaddikim

Exciting tales of remarkable Jewish personalities in far away places and times long ago. From Jerusalem to Vilna, Yemen to Vitebsk, accounts of miracles and faith are related in a way that will entertain and stimulate young minds. Children will be fascinated by these vividly illustrated adventures, each of which is filled with examples of courage, mitzvot, wisdom and good character. Contains 32 stories in eight hardcover volumes. Please note: Non-kosher animal pictures

The Rebbe Speaks to Children

The Rebbe Speaks to Children

One of the most important books to have- a foundation of a Chabad chinuch. This book is amazing to read to children, and to read ourselves to learn how to bring down Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit down to a child in a loving and exciting way!

Let's Stay Safe

Let's Stay Safe

In language that will empower and educate, we can give our children the tools to stay safe and secure in our increasingly difficult world. Over two years in the making and developed by Project Y.E.S. as part of its Karasick Child Safety Initiative. Let's Stay Safe is a must for all concerned parents - and all of our beautiful children. Please note: Non-kosher animals in this book, can be covered with stickers.

The Wheat Kernel

The Wheat Kernel

Watch the little wheat kernel as it sprouts and grows into a beautiful wheat stalk, hoping for the day when its flour will be used for a mitzvah. Will the wheat's prayers be answered, or will the baker use it for something else first? Join the wheat kernel on this exciting and colorful adventure.

Reb Hillel Paritcher

Reb Hillel Paritcher

Reb Hillel Paritcher was one of the greatest spiritual mentors of Chabad. He would instruct every new student to probe the depths of a particular story and then share the lessons derived from it. Reb Hillel would then tell each student the truer and deeper meaning of the story. This taught his students that it is not enough to read a story, one has to learn a story. It is in this vein that we present the stories of this notable Chasid. Learn why the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe said of his influence

All About Us

All About Us

A preschool child’s book about the parts of the body from a Jewish point of view. It’s fun to explore the mitzvos that every child can do… from head to toe! New illustrations! Why do we have hands and feet, eyes and ears? To do mitzvos, of course! Hashem’s world was not complete until He made people with “…feet that can run very fast to help a friend… hands to open the door for a guest… ears for listening to a mother and father”… and so much more!

Very Best Place For A Penny

Very Best Place For A Penny

BACK IN PRINT! Very Best Place For A Penny :: Kehotonline

The Rebbe Speaks to Children- Hebrew

The Rebbe Speaks to Children- Hebrew

One of the most important books to have- a foundation of a Chabad chinuch. This book is amazing to read to children, and to read ourselves to learn how to bring down Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit down to a child in a loving and exciting way!

Challos in the Aron HaKodesh

Challos in the Aron HaKodesh

Yaakovo and Esperanza love Hashem and want to show it by offering Him fresh, delicious challos every week. Join them, together with Rachamim the shamash and the holy Arizal, in this enchanting tale of trust and kindness. This heartwarming story reveals the importance of even the simplest Jew, and his potential for performing great mitzvos. Please note: Non-kosher animals in this book (cover page and one page inside), can be covered with stickers.

The Living Letters

The Living Letters

A grandfather reads to his children about the Siddur, the home of the prayers and how the letters go up to Hashem and do a dance. If the child doesn't try as hard as they could then the letters don't have the strength to make the long trip. But if they try hard later it picks up the old prayers as well as the new ones. Publisher: Kehot Publications Author: Sashi Fridman

Reb Pinchas Reitzes

Reb Pinchas Reitzes

This book details the life of one of the Alter Rebbe`s chassidim, Reb Pinchas Reitzes. He was a phenomenal philanthropist who readily gave vasts amount of money to charity as well as giving generously of his time and energy to help other Jews. He preserved hundreds if not thousands of the Alter Rebbe`s teachings and sayings. Reb Pinchas personified the two character traits which the Alter Rebbe demanded from all his chassidim; honesty and humility.

Reb Shmuel Munkis

Reb Shmuel Munkis

This book details the life of one of the Alter Rebbe`s chassidim, Reb Shmuel Munkis. Reb Shmuel Munkis was known for his humorous outlook and antics, but at the same time he was the personification of a true chassid.

Rebbe Speaks to Children- Yiddish

Rebbe Speaks to Children- Yiddish

One of the most important books to have- a foundation of a Chabad chinuch. This book is amazing to read to children, and to read ourselves to learn how to bring down Yiddishkeit and Chassidishkeit down to a child in a loving and exciting way!

Making Of Chassidim

Making Of Chassidim

Author: Rabbi Yosef Y. Schneerson Translator: Shimon Neubort This letter sent by the Previous Rebbe to his daughter, describes the motivating factors which spurred early chassidim to adapt to the Chassidic way of life. Recounting their love, fellowship, longings and joy it chronicles the revolution Chassidim wrought within the Jewish community. Traditionally called among chassidim "The Long Letter," this inspirational literary work is encouraging and guiding in one`s own personal spiritual tri

Once Upon A Chasid

Once Upon A Chasid

A collection of stories, anecdotes, conversations and sayings culled from the immense sea of writings, transcribed talks, letters and diaries of seven generations of Chabad-Lubavitch.

I Go to the Ohel

I Go to the Ohel

Written from the point of view of a young child, this unique picture book explores many aspects of a visit to the Rebbes Ohel. Page by page, the simple, moving text and realistic illustrations depict how to behave at this holy place, how special it is to daven there, and how excited we will be to see the Rebbe when Moshiach comes!

Benny's Mitzvah Notes

Benny's Mitzvah Notes

by Marc Lumer

Hashem is Truly Everywhere

Hashem is Truly Everywhere

Hashem is Truly Everywhere --HaChai Publishing

Branches Of The Chasidic Menorah

Branches Of The Chasidic Menorah

Biographical Stories Based On The Essay, "Fathers Of Chassidus" Translated from the Chasidic journal Hatamim, this book features biographical sketches of the founders of the Chasidic movement written by the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Stories that the Rebbe Told Us

Stories that the Rebbe Told Us

This book is a translation of the popular Hebrew book `Ma Shesiper Li HaRebbe`. It contains a collection spell-binding stories that the Rebbe himself related, which have been adapted for children, along with thought provoking lessons in serving Hashem. "All the stories which were told to us, contain a lesson which we can and must derive in matters pertaining to us... stories of Tzaddikim contain a purpose and a goal, especially a story that we hear from a Tzaddik"

Reb Meir Raphaels

Reb Meir Raphaels

The latest volume of the Early Chassidic Personalities series, this book details the life of one of the Alter Rebbe`s chassidim, Reb Meir Raphaels.

Torah Book of Opposites

Torah Book of Opposites

BEAUTIFUL board book for small children-- expresses love and enthusiasm for Torah. The Torah goes IN and OUT of the Aron Hakodesh There are BIG Torahs for the grownups and SMALL ones for kids We lift the Torah UP, then gently put it DOWN. Letters, BLACK; Parchment, WHITE OPEN wide, CLOSED up tight!

Whever We Go!

Whever We Go!

Join Benny and Tzvi on a brand new adventure, discovering how they can make a Kiddush Hashem wherever they go.

Peanut Butter And Jelly For Shabbos

Peanut Butter And Jelly For Shabbos

The problem arises when the boy”s mother, coming home with the new baby, gets caught in a snow storm. As it get later and later the boys decide that even though they have never made a Shabbos meal in their lives they can’t let that stop them-we’ll only succeed if we’re willing to try. While following the rules: no using sharp knives and no turning on the stove, the boys make Shabbos on their own.