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"It represents an excellent educational tool for the child, but for the parent as well - especially if he or she reads to their son or daughter."

Mike Cohen
Tribune Bureau Chief
The Jewish Tribune April 10, 2008


"You can teach tricks to a dog. But who would have thought a dog could teach Torah to a human? In this fast-moving story book for kids, lessons rarely if at all taught in Hebrew school come alive for kids of all ages (not to mention the grown-ups who might sneak a peak as well), dishing out information culled from Talmud, Midrash, and yes, even the Kabbalah, in an extraordinarily user-friendly manner that both informs and entertains. A great way to teach otherwise disenfranchised kids, and a marvelous tool for further enriching the Jewish education of both committed and alienated."

Rabbi Gershon Winkler
Author of Magic of the Ordinary: Recovering the Shamanic in Judaism and
Kabbalah 365: Daily Fruit from the Tree of Life


“There are many Jewish picture books for young children, but then practically nothing is available until they're much older and ready for serious study. Some of the most valuable time to establish a strong sense of Jewish identity is therefore lost. Having a series of books for young readers to keep them engaged in their Jewish identity, that's also enjoyable for the whole family, is a blessing for parents. Having a series of books for young readers that actually explores Jewish history and teaches a deeper understanding of Judaism is a gift for Jewish educators. My daughter and I had a ball reading this story book together, and your family will too."

Cantor Michael Smolash
Temple Israel, West Bloomfield, MI