Apples & Honey Press has three new stories to share for Fall 2021.
If you have ever felt frazzled getting ready for Shabbat, you’ll understand just how much the robot shark in SHARKBOT SHALOM needs a recharge as he races to get ready for the arrival of his friends. This brand new book from Jenna Waldman (also author of the upcoming Larry’s Latkes) can count along as Sharkbot prepares for Shabbat dinner, ever mindful, and increasingly anxious that he needs a chance to restore himself. If you want a cute story to help young children understand the benefits of Shabbat downtime, thi
What does a one-hundred-year-old Jewish publishing firm do to celebrate a big birthday? It publishes a book!
Behrman House: A Century of Jewish Publishing (Behrman House, 2021), described as both classy and quirky, tells the story of three generations of Behrman family ownership that began in New York City in 1921 and continued uninterrupted through ten decades, creating books that “set an esthetic standard other publishers had to meet.” 
In that time, the firm that began as a modest Judaica bookshop on Manhattan’s lower Fifth Avenue selling prayerbooks and ritual objects grew into a trade publisher and the leading creator of Jewish educational materials, one that has counted among its customers most of the Reform, Conservative, and Reconstructionist synag
A collaboration between Behrman House and The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot, The Hero in Me introduces children to an array or Jewish heroes - from biblical figures to contemporary ones - in an exploration of what makes a hero, and how each of us can be a hero in our own lives.
Four Apples & Honey Press authors received Author Incentive Awards from PJ Library.
Seder in Motion: A Haggadah to Move Body and Soul, by Rabbi Ron Isaacs and Dr. Leora Isaacs, is a new family-friendly way to engage all five senses in the Passover story and rituals.
One Purim story. Two heroines.
Two brand new storybooks from Apples & Honey Press tell their sides of the story.
By Allison Ofanansky, Illustrated by Valentina Belloni
Once upon a time, in a kingdom far, far away, I was an orphan girl who became queen.
No, I'm not Cinderella. My name is Esther, and my story is not a fairy tale.
Esther would rather dig in her garden and spend time with her cousin Mordechai than live in the big, cold palace. So when then king chooses her as queen, her new life is far from a dream come true.
Indulge in fun monster talk in Jewish way.
Meshuggah Food Faces--Edible artwork for a crazy world. Who knew chopped liver, horseradish, and gefilte fish could have such rich emotional lives?
Posted: September 23, 2020|Categories: New Products|
It's a meshuggah* world, so we might as well have some fun.
And, really, who doesn't like to play with their food?
Nothing is more Jewish than a plate full of food. In these stressful times, we can find comfort in food - in a low calorie way.
Created by Bill and Claire Wurtzel, Meshuggah Food Faces brings us an irreverent table full of funny faces to make us smile and find moments of inspiration in the simplest of places.
Bill is an artist and jazz musician, so improvisation, even with food, comes naturally to him. He began making food art to amuse his wife when they were married in 1961. Claire is a longtime educator, and together they conduct workshops using the food art as a jumping off point for learning about nutrition.
Whether for a friend, family member, or yourself, we all deserve the gift of