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URJ Books And Music :: Children's Books :: Shavua Tov!

Shavua Tov!
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Languages: English
Shavua Tov!

Written by Michelle Shapiro Abraham,Illustrated by Ann Koffsky

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The newest book in this ongoing series by Michelle Shapiro Abraham
introduces young children to the Havdalah blessings and rituals that
bring Shabbat to a close. Ann D. Koffsky's beautiful color illustrations
show the related ritual objects and how they're used. This book is the
perfect choice for families and schools looking to teach about this
special Jewish time.

Author/Composer/Illustrator/Artist

Abraham, Michelle Shapiro
Koffsky, Ann

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