Seven Delightful Stories for Every Day
Devora Publishing, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 45 pages
Short, fully illustrated stories that make children feel good about themselves. The Thinking Thoughts section at the end of each story helps the child relate the moral message to their everyday life.
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RESPONSIBILITY What Can We Promise God?
PATIENCE Why Do We Have Two Hands?
ATTITUDE The Kings Shiny Ring
HOSPITALITY Three Wishes Too Many
MODESTY Who Will Blow The Shofar?
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Aaron answered Rabbi Hillel artists and jewelers asked Moses asked Raﬁ asked the Rabbi bad things bath blow the Shofar desert Egypt Elijah blew Elijah knocked Elijah played famous artists ﬁnd ﬁngers ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂute four hundred gold friends gift grocer hair to look happy help us keep Here’s hundred gold coins Israel Israelite keep our promise King Alfred king’s servants Levi the Jeweler lose his patience Miriam Moses climbed Moses told Moses went back Moskowitz Mount Sinai nice obey the Torah opened the door palace Peretz Elkins person to blow played a note pray prophets Rabbi Greenburg Rabbi thought Rabbi’s door Rachel resting place ring Robert told Rosh Hashanah Sarah and Jonah scratch shiny and beautiful shoemaker Shofar sing smile someone stories synagogue tells another person THINKING THOUGHTS Three Wishes walked water to drink What’s Who’s wonderful workroom