Kindness to Animals: Moses and the Runaway Lamb
Posted by Jacqueline Jules on 3/20/2023 to Meet a Kar-Ben Author
Children have a natural fondness for animals. The simple sight of a waddling duck at a pond can elicit hand-clapping glee in a preschooler. Puppies are much more than pets, they are treasured childhood friends. Children find comfort in loving
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My Iraqi Jewish Bangle
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Meet Jessica Hickman, Author of her Debut Children’s Book "Alligator Seder"
New Beginnings in Fall - Fresh New Books from Kar-Ben
September always feels like a new beginning—the start of the school year, the launch of a new book season, and the start of the Jewish New Year. All three converge at Kar-Ben Publishing, an imprint of Lerner Publishing, proudly the largest publisher of exclusively Jewish-themed children’s books in the world!
Just as the new year (which happens to be 5780) begins on Rosh Hashanah, Kar-Ben’s new book season kicks off with a Rosh Hashanah board book featuring an old friend. In Shanah Tovah,Grover!, Grover and his Sesame Street friends prepare for the holiday and wish each other “Shanah Tovah” (Hebrew for “a good year”)!
Compelling Story of Modern Exodus Shared In Israel