Monthly Archives: April 2020
Posted: April 29, 2020
Behrman House asked educators about registration for fall, and whether the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting registration. Here are the results.
Posted: April 29, 2020|Categories: Contemporary Jewish Life
Behrman House Publisher David Behrman reflects on the silver linings of the pandemic lockdown, and challenges educators to wrestle with larger questions about our values and goals.
Posted: April 29, 2020|Categories: Hebrew In Harmony
"We’re seeing that some children have really latched onto their Hebrew as a way to feel like they are DOING something.”
Posted: April 15, 2020|Categories: Judaica
The Holocaust is a difficult subject to approach with children. As we approach Yom HaShoah in a particularly challenging year, it may be helpful to highlight moments of strength, resilience, and hope as a response to times of fear.
Here are three stories perfect for ages 7-12 that offer a gentle introduction to the Holocaust, each told through singular stories that highlight stories of perseverance.
Hand in Hand
Posted: April 07, 2020|Categories: New Products , Picture Books
A new batch of children's books address children's fears, the challenges of getting along when stuck at home, and how to calm our minds.
Posted: April 07, 2020|Categories: New Products , Judaica
On April 20, experience a a powerful way to fulfill the responsibility that Holocaust survivors have entrusted to us - to remember, to tell the story, and to act.
Posted: April 06, 2020|Categories: Holidays , Picture Books
How matzah is made, Passover in turn of the centruy Argentina, and a Passover puppy--unusual Passover fare in these great stories from Apples & Honey Press
Posted: April 01, 2020|Categories: Teacher Resources , Big Ideas
Q&A with Child Psychologist and Author Rona Novick