7 edition of The new Jewish baby book found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -262) and index.
|LC Classifications||BM727 .D53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||93025870|
The Jewish baby book. [Anita Diamant] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create New York: Summit Books, © Edition/Format: Print book: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Jewish children -- Religious. But not until Debra Nussbaum Cohen’s Celebrating Your New Jewish Daughter(Jewish Lights Publishing, ), a guide to welcoming new female babies into the family and the Jewish community, have the ceremonies been researched, documented, and compiled for new parents.
A delightful selection of Jewish books for children of every age, filled with imagination, creativity, and quality Torah lessons. View as Grid List Items 1 - 12 of I'm looking for a book or story I read about a Jewish baby who is thrown from a crowded train on its way to a concentration camp during the Holocaust. The baby was sick, and some passengers thought he had died. When his mother fell asleep, they threw the .
Books shelved as jewish-holocaust: Night by Elie Wiesel, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Survival in Auschwitz b. Jewish Books: 18 Essential Texts Every Jew Should Read Jews are known as the "People of the Book" for good reason. The Torah, otherwise known as the Hebrew Bible, has inspired debate and sparked imaginations for thousands of years, and the Talmud is itself an imaginative compendium of Jewish legal debate.
The Eve of the French Revolution
Project paper amendment, Nepal
Anno Regni Georgii II. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae quarto.
Word Skills Phonics Spelling
Years of crisis
The brook Kerith
The commonsense book of sauces
The renegotiation of the PFI-type deal for the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds
The Apostolic Fathers
Taxation of bills of costs in the superior courts of South Africa
Conversations of Goethe with Eckermann and Soret.
Stg 10a Its a Frogs Life Is
BASEEFA list 1980
X-Linked Mental Retardation 3
Sacraments: Twenty-Eight Family Times to Celebrate Life (Family Time/Faith Time: A Home-Based Approach to Religious E)
"The New Jewish Baby Book" was one of the first resources published to provide ideas, prayers, blessings, and readings for a Brit Bat (Covenant for a Daughter) ceremony. For this, Anita Diamant is to be commended/5(13).
The practical, inspiring guide for all Jewish people expecting a baby. Expanded, updated, and revised. A complete The new Jewish baby book book to the traditions and rituals for welcoming a new child to the world and into the Jewish community, and for commemorating this joyous event in family life--whatever your family constellation/5.
Diamant's pioneering The Jewish Baby Book (Summit Bks., o.p.) was a highly practical guide for liberal Jewish parents-to-be and new parents/5(13). More than just a memory book, The New Jewish Baby Album shows you how―and why it's important―to create a Jewish home and a Jewish life.
It includes a section to describe the naming ceremony, space to write encouragements, and pages for writing original blessings and creating original prayers, as well as meaningful quotes throughout/5(4). The New Jewish Baby Bookis a guide to rituals and celebrations attendant upon the arrival of children into the world and into the Jewish community.
Given the diversity in the Jewish community, there is information for intermarried, interfaith and GLBTQ+ families. "Drawn from the wealth of mythic, historic, religious, culinary, and literary traditions that surround the arrival of a new Jewish baby, and informed by contemporary insight and practice, The New Jewish Baby Book describes the many ways that new parents can celebrate the arrival of a child, the newest member of your extended families, and a unique and precious chapter in the.
About The Book This irresistible board book gives little ones (ages 0–3) an alphabetical introduction to Judaism—the delicious foods, meaningful rituals, lively holidays, expressive language, and more. Hip illustrations accompany snappy, rhyming text in a fun, fabulous package that is a must-have for any Jewish baby's ed on: Novem "[My First Jewish Baby Book] is a very cute and funny board book about Jewish culture." -- Jen Sherman, Book Riot "A great introduction to some of the most important and fun aspects of Jewish religion and culture."/5(68).
The Little Red Hen and the Passover Matzah By Leslie Kimmelman. Buy This Book. A wonderful retelling of a story we all know. The Little Red Hen works while her lazy friends–dog, horse, and sheep–are resting. Buy This Book. This parody of “five little ducks” is simply the most fun new Jewish picture book I know of.
When five little gefilte fish run away to explore New York, Mama Gefilte is beside herself. (“What tsouris. You never write. You never call!”) One by one, the gefiltes disappear, until Mama Gefilte, heartbroken, sits down on a bench. The Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story By Lemony Snicket.
Buy This Book. Don’t be afraid of the title–this is very much a book for Hanukkah!With biting wit, this book explores the challenges we all face as “the holiday season” rolls around.
Bagels From Benny By Aubrey Davis. Buy This Book. Of all the Jewish picture books on the market, this one is the least didactic in its discussion of God and tikkun olam (repairing the world through social justice).
In fact, it integrates the two ideas seamlessly, with a light humorous touch. "Drawn from the wealth of mythic, historic, religious, culinary, and literary traditions that surround the arrival of a new Jewish baby, and informed by contemporary insight and practice, The New Jewish Baby Book describes the many ways that new parents can celebrate the arrival of a child, the newest member of your extended families, and a unique and precious 5/5(1).
We survey the best of new Jewish lit, from debut fiction to biographies of Franz Kafka and the creators of Superman. There’s even a story about Anne Frank’s older sister. Ingram This expanded, completely updated and revised edition of the highly acclaimed The Jewish Baby Book includes new ceremonies, a special selection of poems and prayers for use in baby ceremonies, and a section for interfaith families.
A unique directory of names that reflect the diveristy of the Jewish experience is included/5(). "The New Jewish Baby Book" provides a sensitive assessment of this ancient ceremony, bringing contemporary questions and issues to the discussion of circumcision in an attempt to help couples come to terms with this practice.
“ The New Jewish Baby Book: Names, Ceremonies & Customs – A Guide for Today’s Families ” by Anita Diamant My husband likes to joke (truthfully) that I didn’t buy any pregnancy or baby-care books. I practically raised my younger brother so I felt pretty confident about my ability to take care of an infant.
She is author of the new book, Celebrating Your New Jewish Daughter: Creating Jewish Ways to Welcome Baby Girls – New and Traditional Ceremonies, which offers many more sample ceremonies, suggested readings from religious and secular sources, and an extensive discussion of the issues involved in planning a ceremony.
It is published by Jewish. Baby books for newborns and up. What a great way to start learning about Judaism. Some books are soft covers and some are board books, perfect for little ones.
Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel. Board book $ Shabbat is Coming. Board Book $ "The New Jewish Baby Book" was one of the first resources published to provide ideas, prayers, blessings, and readings for a Brit Bat (Covenant for a Daughter) ceremony.
For this, Anita Diamant is to be commended/5. The New Jewish Baby Album Creating and Celebrating the Beginning of a Spiritual Life—A Jewish Lights Companion. The Editors at Jewish Lights Foreword by Anita Diamant, author of The New Jewish Baby Book.
Preface by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, author of God's Paintbrush. 8 x 10, 64 pp, Full color illus., Deluxe Hardcover, Anita Diamant Describes the rituals used to welcome a baby into Judaism, lists Jewish names and their meanings, and discusses how contemporary practices do .As a kid the first chapter book I remember reading was All-of-a-Kind Family by Sydney Taylor.
In the perfect historical fiction book, which later became a series, for Jewish girls, Taylor detailed the life of a family of five girls who lived in the tenements of the Lower East Side around the turn of the 20th century/5(1K).