Best Children’s Jewish Holiday eBooks in 2022


Children's Jewish Holiday eBooks

If you are looking for a special gift for a little one, why not give them a Children's Jewish Holiday eBook? Whether they celebrate the Jewish Holidays in Israel or in the United States, these eBooks will teach them the holiday traditions. In addition, you can find books that highlight the holiday traditions in different ways, such as illustrating them or teaching them in school. These eBooks are perfect for Jewish holiday celebrations!

Cali's Books Jewish sound book for toddlers

A sound book for your toddler can be a fun way to introduce them to the songs and traditions of Jewish holidays. Jewish holiday sound books feature songs in both English and Hebrew. This book is particularly helpful for children who don't know Hebrew. Those who do can enjoy the book's interactive feature, which includes Hebrew lyrics as well as English translations. A bilingual version of the book is also available for those who want to share their heritage with their toddler.

The Jewish sound book for toddlers by Cali's Books is an excellent gift for Jewish children. It includes two songs in Hebrew and English. Children learn through play with the books, and the interactive sound buttons help develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and cause-and-effect concepts. This book is one of the best interactive toys for toddlers available on the market. It also makes for a perfect educational gift for Jewish holidays and other celebrations.

PJ Publishing's Havdalah Sky

PJ Publishing's Havdalatah Sky is a wonderful children's book about the Havdalah holiday. The colorful aprons feature a Jewish family celebrating the holiday with a light-up chanukiah. The PJ Library offers over 630,000 books a month to children across the globe. It's getting ready for Hanukkah in a big way.

The Sydney Taylor Book Award recognizes exceptional books for children and teens, ranging in age from infants to adolescents. Winners are nominated based on their appeal to children of all backgrounds and levels of Jewish observance. These awards honor Notable Books that have made important contributions to Jewish children's literature. For more information, visit PJ Publishing's website.

The Havdalah ceremony ends the Shabbat holiday with a calming ritual. Three stars in the sky are needed to mark the end of Shabbat. In PJ Publishing's Havdalah Sky, the grandfather blesses the wine, the grandmother holds the candle flame, and the child claps with Ima.

Joan Nathan's Jewish kitchen

This cookbook has fifty recipes for the different Jewish holidays and special occasions. There are kid-friendly and adult-friendly sections of the book. Each section contains a few new recipes and a helpful glossary. This book is perfect for all ages, and children will love it! The recipes are all delicious, and the kids will enjoy making them too! You can find the book at any bookstore and order a copy today!

This recipe book is a must-have for any Jewish mother or father. It's full of kid-friendly recipes for ten major holidays. This book includes recipes for the holidays and more than seventy ideas for celebrations throughout the year. You'll find the recipes in this cookbook ranging from classic Jewish food to modern creations. The recipes include both traditional and modern twists on traditional dishes.

This cookbook includes holiday celebration recipes, craft activities and hints on teaching Torah to young children. You'll also find recipes for children's versions of traditional holiday favorites, including Jewish pies and sweets. The recipes will also come in handy when it comes time to throw a holiday party! Children's Jewish Kitchen will provide you with many ideas for fun family gatherings. You can even host the event yourself!

Cali's Books

If you're looking for a unique gift for your child, consider a Cali's Books for Children's holiday eBook collection. With Jewish holiday stories, songs, and activities for toddlers, you can give the perfect gift for this special occasion. Each book features both Hebrew and English words. Interactive books encourage play and learning, while ergonomic sound buttons encourage children to develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and cause-and-effect relationships. Children aged two to three years old will love these interactive books.

PJ Publishing's Todah

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation has launched a new initiative for children called PJ Library. The program is aimed at Jewish literacy and engagement. It's free to subscribe to the PJ Library, and it includes children's books about the Jewish holidays. It also includes books about Jewish values and folklore. In addition to the eBooks, PJ Publishing has created board books for kids.

For a fun Jewish holiday experience, consider PJ Publishing's newest children's imprint, Kalaniot. The imprint's name is derived from the Hebrew word for "wild poppies." The brand recently released a Hanukkah book called The Littlest Candle, written by rabbis Kerry and Jesse Olitzky and illustrated by Jen Kostman. Other titles in the Kalaniot line include Little Flicker, which stands for humility and a moral compass, and Todah: The First Day of the Festival of Lights: The Book of the New Year, by Deborah Melmon

Sammy Spider has a long and distinguished career. Introduced to readers in 1993 with Sammy Spider's First Hanukkah, he has since appeared in over 20 picture books and four fun activity books. His stories have been translated into several languages, and he even has his own haggadah! With a Jewish holiday theme and a Jewish life theme, Sammy Spider's stories are the perfect introduction to the holidays and life.

PJ Publishing's Fridays Are Special

PJ Publishing, a division of Lerner, produces a variety of children's books. The company is particularly successful with Jewish children's books. Joni Sussman, publisher of Kar-Ben, attributes the success of this line to the PJ Library. The PJ Library is an international program for children who are Jewish and live in a household or library where there are Jews. Founded in 2005, PJ Publishing has mailed out more than 12 million books and CDs to subscribers.

Kalaniot, a Jewish imprint of Endless Mountains Publishing, publishes books with Jewish themes and values. The name "Kalaniot" is derived from the Hebrew word for wild poppies. PJ Publishing's Fridays Are Special eBook collection contains nine titles for children and features zany creatures, Bible tales with a twist, and more. Among the new titles are SharkBot Shalom, written by Jenna Waldman and illustrated by Sharon Davie. It features the Ethiopian Jewish holiday Sigd.


Rachel Gray

In July 2021 I graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) degree in Marketing Management from Edinburgh Napier University. My aim is to work in book publishing, specifically in publicity, or to specialise in branding or social media marketing. I have 6 years of retail experience as for over 5 years I was a Customer Advisor at Boots UK and I now work as a Bookseller in Waterstones. In my spare time, I love to read and I run an Instagram account dedicated to creating and posting book related content such as pictures, stories, videos and reviews. I am also in the early stages of planning to write my own book as I also enjoy creative writing.

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