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S.S. Noah Soft Playset Apples to Apples - Jewish Edition Kid's Guide to Service projects
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Pockets of Learning Noah Soft Playset Apples to Apples - Jewish Edition Kid's Guide to Service Projects:  100's of Fun Activities
The story of Noah comes to life in this hand-crafted playset by Pockets of Learning The game of hilarious comparisons with a Jewish twist! Fresh ideas and suggestions for how to get kids involved in service learning, presented in an engaging, kid-friendly format. This guide has something for everyone who wants to make a difference.
Kollege Kippa Shades of People Aliyah: the Jewish Trivia Game
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Kollege Kippahs for college fans Shades of People, a rainbow of children Aliyah: Jewish Trivia Game
Lined kippa in assorted college logos. Licensed fabric, not licensed item.
People come in many shades...not colors, just shades.  And when we look around the school or park, we see all those shades!   A great book for children and families to learn about a world of color.  Ages 3-6 A question-and-answer game that enhances Jewish IQ.  Fun for 2-6 players.  Great for the classroom.  Ages 8 to adult.
Chancer: How One Good Boy Saved Another As Good as Anybody (PB) My Invisible World
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Chancer: How One Good Boy Saved Another As Good as Anybody My Invisible World by Morasha Winokur
The memorable story of Chancer who saved a boy and his family from the ravages of fetal alcohol syndrome.  Available August 22, 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Joshua Heschel formed a friendship and turned their experiences of
discrimination into a message of love and equality for all.
11-year-old Morasha tells the painful story of her brother's
disability with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, her
family, and the savior in the story: Chancer, a furry,
four-legged friend who brings his love and patience to help everyone.