You know that saying, 'too much of something is never good'?
Well, I must disagree.
In my humble opinion, you can have too many toys, too many games, too much nosh and too much stuff.
But there is one thing I think you can never have too much of:
Books. Good books.
If you are going to make one investment into your kids homeschooling journey, I say buy books, books and more books. A home filled with books is a gorgeous home.
Having said that, Feldheim has sent me 4 adorable books to enjoy, review and share with you- enjoy:
Shuki's Upside-Down Dream
By Yaffa Ganz
Did you ever have a funny dream? How about a topsy-turvy, upside-down dream? After Shuki protests elderly Aunt Esther's upcoming visit, he has a very strange dream that helps him see things in a whole new way. This important "wake-up call" turns Aunt Esther's visit into a special time. This classic book by Yaffa Ganz has been reprinted with new illustrations to help children of today's generation with the mitzvah of respecting the elderly.
We Can Do Mitzvos Around the Jewish Year
By Yael Zoldan
Jewish children can be part of the action as they join their parents and get involved in the holidays! With lively rhymes and vivid illustrations, We Can Do Mitzvos Around the Jewish Year tells what each Yom Tov is all about, showing mitzvos that kids can do on each of these special days.
Around the Clock: A Jewish Child Learns to Tell Time
By Aviva Werner
When a child becomes curious about clocks and time-telling, Around the Clock is the perfect place to start! In this beautifully illustrated book, author Aviva Werner and artist Avi Katz team up to capture the essence of a day in the life of a Jewish child. Page by page, children will love learning to recognize the hour hand on the clock and how it relates to their own day.
Good Shabbos, Benny!: A Young Boy's Countdown to Shabbos
By Chani Fischman
What's Benny counting? His Shabbos clothes, of course! Benny can't wait to get dressed for Shabbos. Join him as he hangs an additional piece of clothing on his bed each night. And when the most special day of the week finally arrives, you can be the very first one to wish Benny, "Good Shabbos"!
My kids absolutely LOVED these books, we read all four before bedtime tonight and I could not recommend them enough.
Your kids deserve a home filled with good Jewish books, it is worth every penny. Get started!