“Please talk quietly in the hall—we want to make a kiddush Hashem!”
“Remember not to act wild—it’s important that we make a kiddush Hashem!”
We tell our kids statements like these all the time—it’s always on our lips that they should “make a kiddush Hashem” when they’re out in public.
Now your job just got easier—because there’s a new book you can read to your children on this very subject! I’m Hashem’s Messenger explains, through rhymes, repetition, and of course adorable illustrations, that there’s a special way for Jewish children to behave, especially when in public. Whether at the store, at the park, or when entering a building, there are certain things that Yiddishe kinderlach, as “Hashem’s messengers,” should and should not do.
Watch your kids delight in this fun book—and watch the important lessons sink in!
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