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The Parents' Bar/Bat Mitzvah Guide explains in simple terms the meaning and significance of the service and the extent to which parents may participate. It offers tips on helping children prepare for ...
The Parents' Bar/Bat Mitzvah Guide explains in simple terms the meaning and significance of the service and the extent to which parents may participate. It offers tips on helping children prepare for the event and investigates ways in which families can make the day more than "just a big party".
The book gets down to the bottom line, with full explanations of major costs and hidden expenses and how to save money. A helpful chart for keeping track of expenses is included.
The Parents' Bar/Bat Mitzvah Guide discusses a wide range of Bar/Bat Mitzvah issues, including: morning or afternoon service; buffet or sit-down dinner; at home, at the temple, or at the catering hall; band or DJ; balloons or flowers; photos or videos; whom to call up for the candlelighting ceremony without hurting anyone's feelings. The book contains new information for the growing number of families who choose to travel to lsrael to celebrate the occasion. There's even a chapter, "What Can Go Wrong/Mitzvah Mares", for all those who need something more to worry about!
The Parents' Bar/Bat Mitzvah Guide is a must for every family with a Bar/Bat Mitzvah coming up, whether they have been to hundreds of affairs and seen or heard it all, or have never attended a single one. Best of all, readers will be able to relax and enjoy this big day.