Shabbat Schnoodle

Author: Isabelle Foreman
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781492941309
File Size: 58,69 MB
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Shabbat Schnoodle is a delightful story of an adorable dog who love celebrating Shabbat with his family. He wears a yarmulke on his head and dances in delight as the Shabbat candles are lit every Friday night. This book teaches young children about the traditions of Shabbat in a fun way.

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Vols. for 1981- include four special directory issues.

Nonna S Hanukkah Surprise

Author: Karen Fisman
Editor: Millbrook Press
ISBN: 1512492159
File Size: 33,90 MB
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Kar-Ben Read-Aloud eBooks with Audio combine professional narration and text highlighting to bring eBooks to life! Rachel loves visiting her Italian grandmother, even though Nonna celebrates Christmas and Rachel and her parents celebrate Hanukkah. Rachel plans to share Hanukkah with her whole family, so when Rachel's special hanukkiah goes missing, Nonna steps in to save the day.

Don T Wait Up

Author: Liz Astrof
Editor: Gallery Books
ISBN: 1982106956
File Size: 68,60 MB
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For fans of Let’s Pretend This Never Happened and I Heart My Little A-Holes comes a candid and hilarious collection of essays on motherhood from the award-winning television comedy writer and producer of 2 Broke Girls and The King of Queens, who swears she loves her kids—when she’s not hiding from them. Some women feel that motherhood is a calling and their purpose on earth. They somehow manage to make pregnancy look effortless, bring out the beauty in a screaming child, and keep the back seat of their cars as spotless as their kitchens. And then there’s women like Liz Astrof. Who originally had children because “everyone else was.” In this blunt and side-splittingly funny book of essays, Liz Astrof embraces the realities of motherhood (and womanhood) that no one ever talks about: like needing to hide from your kids in your closet, your car, or a yoga class on the other side of town, letting them eat candy for dinner because you just can't deal, to the sheer terror of failing them or at the very least losing them in a mall. And sometimes, many times, wondering if the whole parenting thing wasn’t for you. In vivid and relatable prose, she discusses her love for her career, how she’s managed to overcome some of her own dysfunctional childhood, and the ups and downs of raising the little demons she calls her own…from the office. Soul-baring, entertaining, and insightful, Don't Wait Up is an abashedly honest look at parenting and relationships for moms who realize that motherhood doesn’t have to be your entire life—just an amazing part of it—that you would definitely most likely do all over again.