19 Results
19 Results
Sound the shofar! : a story for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur —Kimmelman, Leslie.

Uncle Jake gets to blow the shofar twice within ten days, as the family celebrates first Rosh Hashanah and then Yom Kippur.

When the chickens went on strike : A Rosh Hashanah tale —Silverman, Erica.

A Jewish boy living in Russia learns a lesson from the village chickens at the time of Rosh ha-Shanah, the Jewish New Year.

The white ram : a story of Abraham and Isaac —Gerstein, Mordicai.

A white ram, made on the sixth day of creation, waits patiently in the garden of Eden until the time is right, then runs to save a certain child in fulfillment of God's plan.

Something new for Rosh Hashanah —Yolen, Jane, author.

Five year-old Becca refuses to try any new foods, until her family persuades her that Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is the perfect time to try something new.

Eli remembers —Vander Zee, Ruth.

After many years of watching the solemn lighting of seven candles at Rosh Hashanah, Eli finally learns how those candles represent his family's connection to the Holocaust in Lithuania.

I'm sorry, Grover : a Rosh Hashanah tale —Balsley, Tilda, author.

In Israel, while Brosh is preparing to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, his favorite cap goes missing and he fears Grover or another of his friends has taken it.

Apple days : a Rosh Hashanah story —Soffer, Allison, author.

Katy looks forward to her family's Rosh Hashanah tradition of making applesauce from scratch, but with a new baby, will the family be too busy this year?.

The world's birthday : a Rosh Hashanah story —Goldin, Barbara Diamond.

Daniel is determined to have a birthday party for the world to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.

Even higher! : a Rosh Hashanah story —Kimmel, Eric A., author.

A skeptical visitor to the village of Nemirov finds out where its rabbi really goes just before the Jewish New Year, when the villagers claim he goes to heaven to speak to God.

Sammy Spider's first Rosh Hashanah —Rouss, Sylvia A.
Electronic Resource
1996

A young spider wants to join in as he watches a family prepare to celebrate Rosh Hashanah.

Happy 'roo year : it's Rosh Hashanah! —Hickman, Jessica, 1986- author.

"To the great Australian Outback friends come from far and near, to join a family gathering and welcome a new year. Rosh Hashanah is here! Discover its traditions through the celebrations of a community of rambunctious k...

Is it Rosh Hashanah yet? —Barash, Chris, author.

As summer ends and fall settles in, a family prepares to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. It s time to pick apples, make cards, light the candles, and eat brisket to ring in the new year!

Talia and the rude vegetables —Marshall, Linda Elovitz, author.

City-girl Talia misunderstands her grandmother's request that she go to the garden for "root vegetables" but manages to find some she thinks are rude, as well as a good use for the rest she harvests. Includes a recipe fo...

Shana tovah, Grover! —Sussman, Joni Kibort.

Grover prepares for Rosh Hashanah, cleaning the house, blowing the shofar, and eating apples and honey.

Big Sam a Rosh Hashanah tall tale —Kimmel, Eric A., author.

Digging the Grand Canyon to use as a mixing bowl, a giant bakes an enormous challah for Rosh Hashanah and cleans up the environment afterwards

Little Red Rosie : a Rosh Hashanah story —Kimmel, Eric A., author.

In this playful version of The Little Red Hen, a young girl enlists her bird friends to help make the challah and host a house full of guests for Rosh Hashanah.

Avram's gift —Blumberg, Margie.

Mark is afraid of the photograph of his great-great grandfather Avram from Russia. Who was Avram, and was he really as stern as he looks in that photograph? One special Rosh Hashanah, Mark learns the answers to these que...

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