Some favorite Passover books for you and your family.
Passover is Friday, April 15 - Satruday, April 23, 2022
This frog finger puppet is a great fun gift. Made of vinyl, each puppet can be stretched over fingers big or small.
Pull It, Stretch It! This Passover Squishy Frog Will Make The Kids Squeal With Delight. This Fun Frog Measures 4" X 5" X 2.5".
The Perfect Way To Delight Kids And Keep Those Active Hands Occupied Is With This Passover Squishy Frog That Kids Will Love To Squeeze. Filled With Colored Beads This Will Become An Addicting Toy For Both Young And Old.
This Set Of 10 Passover Plague Masks Are Both Fun And Educational. A Great Passover Gift For A Child.
For a fun and stress free Passover. No waiting! No cooking! No weight gain! Great little matzah balls are fun for kids, cats and adults. Perfect for playing hacky-sack. Ages 3 and up.
Mah Nishtana is one of the highlights of the Seder nights - and now kids can act out and play Mah Nishtana all week long! Ages 3+
Made of Plastic PVC
For Fun And Education, This Set Of 10 Plagues Headbands For Kids Is A Great Teaching Tool About Passover And Is Sure To Keep Kids Entertained For Hours. Featuring Detailed And Fun Graphic Cutouts On Each Headband, These Are Sure To Be A Hit With Kids Of All Ages.
Based On The Popular Bingo Game, Seder Bingo Uses Passover Items Instead Of Letters And Numbers. With No Reading Required, This Game Is Suitable For Children 4 And Up, For 2 - 4 Players.
Beautiful Cloth Frog Finger Puppet from Folkmanis
Children can now color their way through the story of Passover!
- Children will love to use these great crafts throughout the holiday.
- Ten beautifully illustrated assorted paper placemats depicting Passover scenes for kids to read, color and use. Laminate and use year after year.
- Four crayons and two each of five placemat designs included.
- Size: 11" x 14"
Meet the cutest 10 Plague Finger Puppets ever! Each detailed finger puppet represents one plague, making it fun for kids imaginations to express their Passover creativity both during the Seder and all Passover long. Ages 3+.
Material: PVC Plastic
Rite Lite's colorful Prismatic Passover stickers will delight the kids and tickle even the most seasoned scrapbookers! Features the plagues, seder plate, Elijah cup and more! Two sheets per package. Acid- and lignin-free. For ages 3 and up.
From the creator of Meet the Latkes comes the zaniest retelling of the Passover story starring an earnest matzah and his bready friends!
What makes this Passover different from all other Passovers?
This child's first seder service features the story of Passover, an explanation of holiday symbols, seder blessings and songs. With bright pictures to color. Plus recipes, and craft ideas. The ultimate children's haggadah has over 2 million copies in print.
Sammy leads young children through the steps of the Passover seder, telling the story of the Exodus, asking and answering the Four Questions, and sampling the traditional foods. Includes creative readings and songs, as well as colorful paper collage art by Katherine Janus Kahn.
With just the right blend of text and commentary, the popular A Family Haggadah, with new full-color art, is the haggadah of choice for families with young children to use at their Passover seders. Hebrew prayers and songs include English translations and transliterations.
Marcy is finally old enough to ask The Four Questions at her family's Passover seder. She's sure when it's her time to shine, her questions will be the best ever. Though her four (funny) questions are not the ones in Haggadah, her family gently humors her with the answers before she and her brother go on to read the real Four Questions.
An eager, playful dinosaur causes havoc at the seder when he arrives at a young boy's house to join him in celebrating Passover.
Grover and Big Bird are in a hurry to get to the Passover seder, but--uh, oh --there are many delays. Moishe Oofnik comes to the rescue in his tumbledown truck, but will they arrive in time to ask the Four Questions?
The Passover story is enlivened in this creative rendition of the Ten Plagues. Everyone can take part as Moses implores Pharoah to Let My People Go This light-hearted rhyming tale can be read alone or with a cast of characters as a Reader's Theater.
Journey with a curious little mouse as he travels from a wheat field in the country to a big city factory where harvested wheat is baked into matzah.
Sammy Spider presents Passover through rhymes, mazes, puzzles, and more. A great afikomen gift for kids.
A to Z, an alphabet Passover scene.
Find all the letters in between
ABC Passover Hunt is a colorful, interactive, rhyming search for Passover foods, customs, and symbols.
Why is matzah plain and flat? For centuries it's been like that.
A rhyming introduction to Passover's traditional food, with children eating and enjoying "lotsa matzah" many different ways during the holiday.
Sarah is excited to celebrate Passover She helps get the house ready. At the seder, the special Passover dinner, she asks The Four Questions. After dinner, the children hunt for the matzah that Grandpa has hidden. Find out how families celebrate this Jewish holiday of freedom-- "Journal.
As Sarah's family prepares for Passover, Sarah makes sure to save a chair at the table for the prophet Elijah who is said to visit every seder. But when the electricity goes out in the buildings across the street and the neighbors start arriving at Sarah's apartment, her parents invite each visitor to join the seder.
It's Lily's turn to say the Four Questions at the Passover Seder, but nobody will help her practice. Things change with the arrival of Hametz the Parrot. Clever Hametz not only helps Lily but solves the puzzle of who stole the afikomen Back by popular demand, the newly illustrated The Passover Parrot will delight a new generation of children.-- "Other Print.
Popular children's songster and author of Boker Tov , Rabbi Joe Black returns with a catchy rhyme to enliven the afikomen hunt at your seder. This title includes lively pictures and a sing-along CD.
Passover is a time for families and friends to celebrate their faith and shared history. Tomie dePaola’s simple text and beautiful illustrations provide insight into this special holiday for young readers.
Readers join a cute family and their dog as they prepare for and celebrate the spring holiday of Passover, cleaning the house, making matzah ball soup, assembling the seder plate, saying the Four Questions, and looking for the afikomen at the end of the seder.
Colorpix's My Book of the Passover Seder is a coloring book featuring the Jewish Holiday of Passover.
Scenes of the holiday are displayed on the pages of the book.
Great holiday gift that let's children color the different holidays and become familiar with them
Sammy Spider watches longingly as the Shapiro family celebrates Passover. He wants to help Josh find the afikomen (hidden matzah), but his mother reminds him, Spiders don't celebrate Passover. Spiders spin webs. And his first attempt at spinning a new web yields some surprising results.
Teach little ones the traditions and stories of the Jewish Pesach Holiday through interactive reading with stickers. There are over 60 reusable stickers to complete!
This little educational book is the perfect way to introduce children to the story of Moses and the exodus of Egypt, as well as the preparations for Passover in the modern home.
Curious about the Jewish holidays? Very young readers learn about holiday customs with everyone's favorite inquisitive spider
On its 30th anniversary of publication, Kar-Ben brings back the classic story of Leah and her brother, who hatch a plan to save the Passover carp from the cooking pot.
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When Noa refuses to swap food from her lunch one day, her friends wonder why. She explains it's because it's Passover. For the rest of the week, she brings Passover foods to school to share with her friends to let them enjoy the holiday fun.
Muriel assumes her family is too poor to hold a Passover Seder this year-- but an act of kindness and a mysterious magician change everything.
Learn the story behind the ten laws that have been the guiding light of Judeo-Christian belief.
Why is this night different from all other nights?
Every year when families gather for the Passover holiday, the youngest child poses that question as part of the poetic Four Questions near the start of the Seder. The answers are no less than the story of a people bound in slavery, their suffering in a foreign land, and their ultimate liberation – the story of Passover.
A Sesame Street Passover story with stickers, a poster, and a card game!
On Passover, Jewish people all over the world celebrate their freedom from slavery and their beginnings as a great nation.
This simple introduction to the Passover story pairs an engaging retelling with bold illustrations, perfect for young readers.
Engineer Ari rushes to complete his final train ride to Jerusalem before Passover begins, but will he run out of time before getting the items he needs for his seder plate?
This hilarious read-aloud, full of Yiddish terms and perfect for Passover, follows five little gefilte fish on a grand adventure in New York City. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll plotz!
Sundown is near, and it's almost time for the Seder to begin--but where is Pippa's special Passover plate?
Pippa the Mouse has been working hard all day--cleaning her house, setting the table, cooking the meal. Everything looks great--but her special Seder plate is missing!
Introduces children to the many different ways of celebrating Passover around the world, including customs that can be adopted for use in the child's own family seder.
Fifteen-year-old Desta belongs to a small, isolated mountain community of Ethiopian Jews. She and her brother and sister leave their aunt and uncle and set out on the long and dangerous trip to freedom -- an airlift from the Sudan to Israel, the Promised Land. They travel barefoot, facing hunger, thirst and bandits.
In this charming and witty Passover story about kindness, community, tradition, and forgiveness, a little mouse disrupts a town's preparations for the holiday when it steals a piece of leavened bread—or chometz—just as all the houses have been swept clean in time for the holiday.
Here is the world, ever changing and new,
Spinning with joy at the wonder of you!
Here Is the World is a joyous celebration of the Jewish holidays throughout the year for young children. Beginning with the weekly observance of Shabbat, readers join a family through the holidays and the corresponding seasons.
Friends from different backgrounds come together in a heartwarming picture book that is perfect for Passover, from beloved children's book author Patricia Polacco!
On the morning of the Passover seder, a lonely bubbe decides to make a matzo ball boy to keep her company. Soon delicious smells waft from the bubbling pot, and when she lifts the lid to see if the matzo ball boy is done, out he jumps. Oy! she cries. And where do you think youre going? Im off to see the world, bubbe, he replies.
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Clearly detailed diagrams and captions explain all the steps for an entire year's worth of holiday projects - from Chanukah dreidels and a menorah with candles, to Passover pyramids and an image of the Red Sea parting. Great for synagogues, schools, and homes, this easy-to-follow guide offers beginning paperfolders a unique, fun-filled way to celebrate Jewish culture. 24 models.
Paulie the moos-ician can hardly wait to host a Passover seder for his friends. Unfortunately, his seder doesn't turn out quite the way he planned. Will the hunt for the afikomen make the evening a success?
This simple cookbook includes lots of great recipes for the young Passover cook. You'll also find instructions for preparing the seder and craft ideas for decorating the seder table.
The biblical story of baby Moses as told by his big sister.
Giving her baby brother a kiss, brave little Miriam places Moses's basket into the river. With one quick push, she sends him into the water, hoping her wish will come true and her brother will be saved from Pharaoh's orders. But will Pharaoh's daughter arrive in time to rescue him?
Illus. in full color. "In this very simple retelling of the Old Testament story, baby Moses is hidden in the river and later found and raised by the pharaoh's daughter. Lush watercolors provide the backdrop for a large-print text with only a few difficult words.
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The seder is over, and it's time to look for the matzoh. Join Bunny, Turtle, Lamb, and Duck as they search every nook and cranny. With ten flaps to lift, kids will have a blast checking under tables, in the refrigerator, between the couch cushions, and more as they take part in this beloved holiday tradition.
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As the Israelites, freed from slavery in Egypt, follow Moses through the desert, his sister Miriam comforts them through the wilderness.
Miriam's grandson Bezalel draws pictures in the sand as he dreams of the future. When his great-uncle Moses clibs the mountain to receive God's laws, Bezalel learms he is the chosen artist who will craft the Holy Ark.
A classic tale gets a Jewish twist, when Little Red Hen asks her friends for help making Passover matzah.
Before she knows it, Little Red Hen tells herself, it will be time for Passover. So she decides to plant some grain. But when she asks her friends to help, they're too busy for her. "Sorry, bub," says the Horse. "Think again," barks the dog.
Sundown is near, and it's almost time for the Seder to begin-- but where is Pippa's special Passover plate?
Pippa the Mouse has been working hard all day-- cleaning her house, setting the table, cooking the meal. Everything looks great-- but her special Seder plate is missing!
What is Lag Ba'Omer? Sadie and Ori ask their grandfather, who sends them off on a mission to solve the mystery. They learn the surprising history and traditions behind the holiday, and invite their friends and family to a Lag Ba'Omer picnic and celebration.
This joyous board book is perfect for any Passover celebration!Day-Day-enu,Day-Day-enu,Day-Day-enu,Dayenu Dayenu!Combining the festive cheer of the beloved Passover song with a melodic recounting of the Jews' exodus from Egypt to Israel, this board book will be the perfect addition to any family tradition.
Yossi has no money to buy the food and flowers his family needs for Shavuot. He tries selling the kippahs his wife sewed, but he has no luck--until a mischievous monkey shows up. The monkey's antics attract customers and win Yossi's heart . . . but did Yossi's new friend come to stay?
As a family remembers when Hebrew slaves were freed from Egypt a long time ago, a young boy participates in an age-old Passover tradition. Lift the flaps to discover why certain foods are eaten and why certain questions are asked in this celebration of freedom for the Hebrew people.
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Let's say 'Shehechiyanu, ' the special Jewish blessing for saying thank you when we experience something new for the first time-- "Journal.
Rachel's uncle is terrible at hiding the afikomen. It's always too easy to find So this year, Rachel decides to take over. She finds the perfect hiding spot and creates a series of clues for her cousins to follow. Can you guess where the hunt will lead them?-- "Journal.
A family's Passover celebration is equal parts warmth and charm in this cozy picture book, with the traditional seder song “Dayenu” as the grateful refrain.