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A Parent's Guilt-Free Guide to Raising Jewish Kids: Understanding Judaism in the Modern World
     

A Parent's Guilt-Free Guide to Raising Jewish Kids: Understanding Judaism in the Modern World

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by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
 

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This book reveals the three key rules for raising Jewishly ethical children, and the three holidays that can help you teach them the most important values of Judaism. Designed for Jews and non-Jews alike, it is a non-judgmental guide to being a partner in transmitting Jewish culture, tradition, and identity to your children in an authentic and accessible way.

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This book reveals the three key rules for raising Jewishly ethical children, and the three holidays that can help you teach them the most important values of Judaism. Designed for Jews and non-Jews alike, it is a non-judgmental guide to being a partner in transmitting Jewish culture, tradition, and identity to your children in an authentic and accessible way. Throughout this book you will find suggestions for creating a warm, personal Jewish lifestyle that can add to the richness and quality of your child-rearing experiences. It is a practical guide to raising children with a positive Jewish self-image.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469121147
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
11/18/2002
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
214 KB

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A Parent's Guilt-Free Guide To Raising Jewish Kids 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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You need more spelling to be done. You keep youre story simple. That is great. But you also need it to be more unsimple. Variety. The plot is clear. That is also great. But it kind of is a boring way to tell the plot. Make the plot a bit more mystirous. Not too much, though. People won't like it! A bit of a boring story. Add more spice to it! So far, so good. ;). ~ Susan &#9822 &#9823