How are parsha books like popcorn? You can’t have just one!
If you’re anything like our family, you already have a preponderance of parsha books.
But it’s impossible to have “enough,” isn’t it? Especially when it comes to finding great kids’ parsha books that are both appealing to kids and reflect your family’s hashkafa (religious outlook). And especially if the author isn’t afraid to do something a little different. So when the chance to review a new parsha book that combines words and pictures in an innovative new format came along, I got a bit excited.
There’s a good chance that this book may be just right for your family.
Aren’t those great covers? They’re bilingual! And they tell you exactly what you’re going to get inside.
(I don’t love the fact that on Amazon, you can’t use “Look Inside” to peek into the books, but the publisher has previews on their website instead. Smart marketing would suggest that they include a URL to these previews in the book description on Amazon, because I was not the only one deterred by this.)
Here’s what I loved about the book, right off the bat: