Biblical Story Collections for Children



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The Five Books of 
Moses for Young People
The Five Books of Moses for Young People

By Esta Cassway
Illustrated, inventive retellings of biblical stories for children and adults.

Bedtime Stories of Torah Values

By Shmuel Blitz
The Bedtime Story Man is back with his latest collection of beautifully told stories. This time Shmuel Blitz goes back to the greatest source of all -- the Torah and Prophets.

Those timeless lessons are retold here with reverence and charm. Faith, kindness, forgiveness, charity -- the values we all want our children to absorb. Preaching doesnít do it. Stories can (coupled with example, of course).

In this wonderful book, the stories are lovingly told by Shmuel Blitz and charmingly illustrated by Tova Katz.

Itís a wonderful addition to Blitzís distinguished shelf of childrenís books. Donít miss it!

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Why Was Deborah Mad?

By Pauline Youd

Why Was Jeremiah Sad?

By Pauline Youd

Why Did Elijah Hide?

By Pauline Youd
A simple retelling of the Old Testament story of Elijah's encounter with the Lord on Mount Horeb with an emphasis on the theme of listening to G-d.

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Critter Crackers: Sofer

By Eric Ray
A Jewish scribe explains in detail how he shapes the Hebrew letters he uses in transcribing the Torah and how he prepares the scrolls themselves.

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Lessons from Our Living Past

By Jules Harlow
A treasury of aggadic tales from traditional and contemporary sources including legends of Samuel, David, Solomon, Hillel, Akiva, and Elijah; an aggadic parable of modern Israel by S. Y. Agnon; and an introduction to the wit and wisdom of the shtetl.

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Teaching Torah: A Treasury of Insights and Activities

By Sorel Goldberg Loeb and Barbara Binder Kadden
These art projects for children in Grades PK-6 are easy to do, lots of fun, and chock-full of learning. Included are 104 innovative projects on holidays, Jewish symbols/ritual objects, Bible, Israel, and more. Many of these are appropriate for Family Education programs. Suggestions for readily available, inexpensive materials, helpful diagrams, and color photographs of each completed project make this a truly user-friendly book. Religious Schools, Day Schools, preschools, JCCs, camps, havurot, and Jewish Home Schoolers will find this book an invaluable resource for enhancing education for the young.

A teacher's bible for teaching the Five Books of Moses.

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The Greatest Name on Earth!
From Psalm 8

By Joel Anderson
This is a child-friendly adaptation of Psalm 8 from the Bible, in which Joel Anderson shows the beauty of G-d's creation and our special role in caring for it.

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Why Should I Be Afraid?
From Psalm 27

By Joel Anderson
This is a child-friendly adaptation of Psalm 27 from the Bible, in which Joel Anderson shows the beauty of G-d's creation and our special role in caring for it.

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The Lord Is My Shepherd!
From Psalm 23

By Joel Anderson
This is a child-friendly adaptation of Psalm 23 from the Bible, in which Joel Anderson shows the beauty of G-d's creation and our special role in caring for it.

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A Treasury of Old Testament Stories

By Maggie Pearson
A collection of eighteen well-known Old Testament stories, including those about Adam and Eve, Noah, and David and Goliath.

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Bible Heroes I Can Be

By Ann Eisenberg
Like Noah, I can build...Like Rebecca, I am kind to animals...A first introduction to favorite Bible heroes and heroines. Introduces such Biblical figures as Noah, Rebecca, and King David and shows how their accomplishment and attributes can be emulated in modern life.

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Kar-Ben's output has been improving, and the publisher is becoming a contender in that portion of Jewish children's literature which straddles the Reform-Conservative-Modern Orthodox points of view. . . . The drawings splash across both facing pages, and are well done. The text runs like this: 'Noah built an ark. I can build lots of things.' Shown is Noah working on the ark, upon which is superimposed a little girl building a sand fort. Abraham and Sara welcomed guests, Rebecca was kind to animals, and so on. You get the idea.

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Very young children meet major Old Testament heroes and heroines in terms they can relate to: "Noah built an ark. I can build lots of things." Some of the characters portray qualities worthy of children adopting: "Rebecca was kind to animals. So am I." A large illustration of the Biblical character is framed with a small accompanying picture of a modern child performing an appropriate activity. Of the 11 figures chosen, four are women. The page layout is uncluttered, with crisp, colorful illustrations

from School Library Journal

Bible Stories for Jewish Children,
Vol 1
(From Creation to Joshua)

By Ruth Samuels




Bible Stories for Jewish Children, from Joshua to Queen Esther Also Available
Thirty-four one page stories, accompanied by full page color illustrations

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Tales from the Gemara


Brachos (Vol 1)



Shabbos (Vol 2)



Rosh Hashanah / Yom Kippur / Succah (Vol 3)



Taanis (Vol 4)


By Y. Weinstock
Stories from the Talmud, dramatized for children.

The Scribe Who Lived in a Tree

By Michoel Muchnik
Two children visit the home of a scribe and get to see and learn about the writing of a Torah. Beautifully conveying Judaism's warmth to the young ones.

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Learn and Do Bible Book

By Laura Kizner Gurvis
Simple text and engaging activities help children discover how our ancestors lived long ago. Students learn about God from Moses and about being a good person from Noah. They'll learn about kindness from Rebecca, bravery from Esther, and forgiveness from Joseph.

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Simcha's Torah Stories

By Simcha Groffman
Make your Shabbos table an even happier place to be! Little ones will delight in the stories--one for each weekly Torah portion, and the whole family will enjoy "Simcha's Brain Teasers." A unique and important educational tool, and a whole lot of fun.

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General Bible Books (Page 1) (Page 2) (Page 3) (Page 4) (Page 5) | Creation | Noah's Ark | The Tower of Babel | Abraham & Sarah | Isaac & Rebecca | Jacob, Esau, Rachel, and Leah | Joseph | Moses | Balaam's Talking Donkey | Joshua | Samson | David | Solomon | Jonah | Ruth | Esther | Daniel |







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