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I have been a Jewish studies educator for more than 50 years. In that span I have taught Jewish subjects to children of all ages as well as adults. My students thrill at my ability to engage them in every Jewish subject we study. I am noted for my creativity and expertise in Jewish practice.
One fine day I was looking for books on the laws & customs of Judaism as well as one about the Jewish holidays. After an extensive search, I was unable to find a book explaining the mitzvot (Biblical commandments) or a book about the Jewish holidays in one set. Sure, there were several books available which discussed various mitzvot. And a book might explain the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, another might explain Chanuka, etc. But I was unable to find a book that explains the mitzvot or that explains the Jewish holidays in one book.
My Latest Jewish Books
As a devoted author and educator, I have written four books about Judaism. The “Have You been Jewish Today?” books are about the Biblical commandments. One book is for elementary school-age children. Another is for high school students while the other is for adults. The fourth book is about the Jewish holidays and is for children.
Click the books below for more information and to learn how to access this exclusive series.
Young children are exposed to much information in their formative years. Many experts agree that violence and abnormal conduct is to some extent the result of a lack of proper education and learned social skills.
This is especially true of Jewish children whose parents are required to instruct them in Jewish morals, ethics, and rituals. The easy-to-read and beautifully illustrated elementary school edition of “Have You been Jewish Today?” fills this need.
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Let’s talk about Parsha
Nearly every Shabat (Saturday) morning, a parsha – section of the Torah — is read in the synagogue as part of the Shacharit (morning) prayer.
Each parsha has a name. A parsha may discuss Jewish laws and customs, or it may contain the history of the Jewish people, or both! You can read about the parshiyot (plural of parsha) in all versions of Have You been Jewish Today? by Sholom Morgan.
I have created questions about the content of each parsha. Some parshiyot have many questions, others only a few. They are all designed to be interesting and informative. Click here for more information and to see the Parsha questions prepared for you.