Word of the day: Mitzvah, a good deed.

Source: Word of the day: Mitzvah, a good deed.

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High Holidays: A Month of Celebrations

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HHnM-Cover4-500The Jewish High Holidays

MazorBooks is proud to announce its newest addition to the “Jewish Holidays for Children” series:
High Holidays & More: An Interactive Guide for Kids: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah

A PERFECT HIGH HOLIDAY GIFT FOR CHILDREN
During Tishrei, the first month of the Jewish Calendar, Jews celebrate four holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah, each with its unique rituals, customs, and meaning.

This fun an interactive book provides
– An overview of each of the holidays
– Highlights of unique holiday characteristics
– Description of customs and traditions.

The descriptive explanation of the holidays and the fun, colorable images, provide hours of informative entertainment.
Recommended for children ages 6 to 11

To purchase your copy of High Holidays & More – in print or digital format, please visit Amazon’s Children’s books, by just clicking here!

For 8 or more copies, please contact us at info@MazorBooks.com – for discount rates.

Happy Holidays!!!

 

Colors in Hebrew – FREE Today!

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Come along and journey with the sightseeing rainbow that travels all the way to Israel. The adventurous rainbow meets up with Israeli kids who teach the curioius rainbow the names of fourteen colors in Hebrew. Rhymes and colorful images enhance this very entertaining and enriching book.

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Inside the Book:
– Guide to transliteration
– Colors in Hebrew: A Rainbow Tale
– Colors in Hebrew: Important tips
– Colors listed in English, Hebrew and in transliteration in their masculine form
– Colors listed in English, Hebrew and in transliteration in their feminine form
– Bonus Hebrew words listed in English, Hebrew and in transliteration

KINDLE Edition of “Colors in Hebrew” – FREE TODAY

Ami and Tami sing & learn the names of Colors in Hebrew
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GET ALL SIX ‘A Taste of HEBREW’ books for Kids
1. Hebrew Alphabet – http://amzn.to/2gkfU4U
2. Count in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2gkhDr3
3. Colors in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fvCObN
4. Animals in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fsHqMy
5. Fruits in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2f6SWBW
6. Opposites in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2sL1VMA
 
MazorBooks also offers two workbooks–The Hebrew Alphabet:
1. Color the Aleph-Bet (ages 3-6)
2. The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write & Color (ages 6 & up)
 
Check out http://www.MazorBooks.com/hebrew.htm for discounts

The Concept of OPPOSITES!

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New Release – Double the Fun -Double the Benefit

An excellent way to enhance the ability of children to communicate is to introduce them to the opposites concept. Since opposites are usually descriptive words they add detail and nuance to verbal expression while it simultaneously enriches vocabulary.
MazorBooks new installment in the ‘A Taste of Hebrew’ series, Opposites in Hebrew, does all that, PLUS!

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Opposites in Hebrew introduces kids to opposites in two languages and therefore it amplifies the impact and contributes even more to children’s cognitive development.

OPPOSITES in Hebrew for English Speaking Kids
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GET ALL SIX ‘A Taste of HEBREW’ books for Kids
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2. Count in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2gkhDr3
3. Colors in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fvCObN
4. Animals in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fsHqMy
5. Fruits in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2f6SWBW
6. Opposites in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2sL1VMA

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New Release! Opposites in Hebrew

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cover-imageMazorBooks is delighted to present the sixth in its ’A Taste of Hebrew‘ series for English-speaking kids

OPPOSITES in HEBREW (HAFACHIM) offers young readers double the fun and double the benefit, as it
– Reinforces their understanding of the opposites concept
– Expands kids’ vocabulary with nearly 80 new Hebrew words!

Double the impact: Opposites Concept in Two Languages
– OPPOSITES in Hebrew for English Speaking Kids
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GET ALL SIX ‘A Taste of HEBREW’ books for Kids
1. Hebrew Alphabet – http://amzn.to/2gkfU4U
2. Count in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2gkhDr3
3. Colors in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fvCObN
4. Animals in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fsHqMy
5. Fruits in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2f6SWBW
6. Opposites in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2sL1VMA

Check out http://www.MazorBooks.com/hebrew.htm for discounts

Animals in Hebrew: A Day at the Zoo / FREE TODAY!

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FREE Kindle version

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Click here!

** Full-Screen Display on Kindle Device and/or App – Enjoy! **
In the fourth in the ‘A Taste of Hebrew’ series for English-speaking kids, Animals in Hebrew: A Day at the Zoo Ami and Tami visit a zoo and learn the Hebrew names for animals. Each one of the animals that is introduced in this lovely book is illustrated beautifully and appears with its English and Hebrew monikers and a little story in rhymes that describes its specific characteristics.
Every page also presents the names of the animals in Hebrew letters and English transliteration, along with pronunciation help when necessary. (A transliteration guide is also included at the beginning of the book.)
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Enjoy all FIVE ‘A Taste of HEBREW’ books for Kids
1. Hebrew Alphabet – http://amzn.to/2gkfU4U
2. Count in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2gkhDr3
3. Colors in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fvCObN
4. Animals in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fsHqMy
5. Fruits in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2f6SWBW

Check out http://www.MazorBooks.com/hebrew.htm for discounts and a display of all the other MazorBooks for children, including books about Jewish Holidays, and stories that promote good values.

 

New Release: When I Grow Up – Book 2

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Grow2-CoverrREV500When I Grow Up: Book 2 (Smart Kids Bright Future): Michali Mazor, Sarah Mazor, Kathleen S Mallari: 9781544756776: Amazon.com: Books

At age 15 (2013), Michali Mazor, a multi-talented teenager, penned her first children’s book, “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up”. In it, Michali shared memories of childhood musings about possible future occupation, as she dreamed about perhaps becoming an attorney, a city’s mayor, a princess, or a dressmaker among other things. She also reminded kids that it was wonderful to dream and hope so long as they also recognize the beauty of who they were and appreciate their childhood self.

The impetus for writing her first book was her love for kids and commitment to guiding and teaching them, a love that was already evident cover1500in her early teens. During summer vacations Michali worked with young children as their counselor in local day camps and during the school years, she mentored kids in lower grades. Those experiences solidified her resolve to pursue a career in education.

Michali’s first book, What I Want to Be When I Grow Up has been extremely well received and continues to delight many a child. Heeding the request of the children who read her book, Michali wrote a sequel in which the protagonist is Joey, a little boy who has his own dreams about the future.

Check out Michali’s newest picture book, What I Want to Be When I Grow Up: Book 2 –  click the following link.  You can download a free Kindle copy of the book on Sunday, March 26th (starting around 4 am EDT).  When I Grow Up: Book 2

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Bring a smile to your children’s faces and encourage them to set their imagination loose.

Download both Book 1 & Book 2 / Two in One – have them read both books and have double the fun.
For the double the fun – digital edition: Click here!
Visit the MazorBooks library on
www.MazorBooks.com and see the growing list of Children’s Books with Good values perfect for the favorite kids in your life!

The Benefits of Multi-Lingualism

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The Sooner You Expose A Baby To A Second Language, The Smarter They’ll Be

Expose your child to another language and give him or her a leg up, cognitively, socially and more.

More and more studies show that babies raised in bilingual environments or exposed to more than one language develop core cognitive skills like decision-making and problem-solving faster than other kids —  and often even before they even speak.

MazorBooks has a growing library of Hebrew for English Speaking Kids
Check these books out:

FIVE “Taste of Hebrew” books available in PRINT and KINDLE:
1. Hebrew Alphabet – http://amzn.to/2gkfU4U
2. Count in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2gkhDr3
3. Colors in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fvCObN
4. Animals in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2fsHqMy
5. Fruits in Hebrew – http://amzn.to/2f6SWBW
Look for discounted prices on http://www.MazorBooks.com/Hebrew.htm
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Mazor Books also offers two workbooks – teaching the Hebrew Alphabet:
Color the Alef-Bet (ages 3-6)
http://amzn.to/2dkIXHp

and
and  The Hebrew Alphabet: Read, Write & Color (ages 6 & up)
http://amzn.to/2mJR6G5
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Here is a link to more information about Muli_Lingualism
http://bigthink.com/laurie-vazquez/the-sooner-you-expose-a-baby-to-a-second-language-the-smarter-theyll-be

Happy Reading!

The Passover Story in Pictures and Rhyme

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THE PASSOVER STORY

The Passover Story recounts historical events in ancient Egypt, starting with the harsh slavery conditions of descendants of Jacob (son of Isaac, son of Abraham) and of and Moses’ first attempt to secure his people’s freedom to the Israelite’s eventual redemption – all in lovely rhymes and beautiful illustrations

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(Reblogged from 2014)
Passover, “Pesach” in Hebrew, is the first of the three major festivals with both historical and agricultural significance (Shavuot and Sukkot, being the other two).

On Passover, Jews everywhere celebrate the redemption of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery, over 3800 years ago.

Moses, the leader of the Israelites, was commanded by God to demand of Pharaoh, the Egyptian ruler, to let the Jewish people go. Pharaoh was not keen on the idea. Eventually, the Jews of Egypt escaped Pharaoh and slavery in the most spectacular fashion.

Passover observances involve the eating of the Matzah (unleavened bread) and the celebration of the Seder. The Matzah eaten on Passover is made of flour and water and without yeast and is baked quickly. It commemorates the hasty departure of the Jews from Egypt, which did not allow time for lengthy preparation and rising doughs. And during the Seder the story of the exodus in told and retold in detail.

The picture book, The Passover Story, tells the story of the Jews of ancient Egypt and their escape from slavery in lovely rhymes accompanied by gorgeous illustrations.

Available both in digital and print format at Amazon
Click here to purchase a copy for your beloved child

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