The Wonder Of Becoming You

Author: Miriam Grossman
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
ISBN: 0873064380
Size: 14.49 MB
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An explanation for adolescent girls of the changes that take place at puberty and how Jewish tradition views this and other related aspects of becoming a woman.


Author: Raquel J. Palacio
Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH
ISBN: 9783125781771
Size: 11.25 MB
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"My name is August. I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse". Auggie Pullman beginnt bald die fünfte Klasse an der Beecher Prep School, und als 'der Neue' wird er es dort nicht leicht haben. Doch Auggie ist ein ganz gewöhnliches Kind mit einem außergewöhnlichen Gesicht. Kann er seine Klassenkameraden davon überzeugen, dass er genau wie sie ist, obwohl er so anders aussieht?

Talking To Your Children About Intimacy

Author: Sara Diament, M.a.
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 1494245477
Size: 17.94 MB
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With rabbinic approbations (haskamos) from Rav Hershel Schachter, Rav Mordechai Willig, and Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, Sara Diament, M.A. has written an Orthodox Jewish parenting guide for talking to children about intimacy and sex from a Torah perspective. In a conversational manner and with sensitivity, she provides user-friendly guidance on understanding the Jewish view of intimacy and addresses the questions that parents have when broaching this topic with their children and teenagers. With recommendations on how to overcome discomfort and affectively engage children throughout childhood and adolescence, this guide is the perfect resource for parents who are seeking religiously appropriate advice and information.

The Newlywed S Guide To Physical Intimacy

Author: Jennie Rosenfeld
Publisher: Gefen Books
ISBN: 9652295353
Size: 14.62 MB
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There is no lack of books for Orthodox Jews on the laws of family purity, and there is no lack of secular sex manuals, yet there has never been a book that attempted to be a sexualmanual for Orthodox Jews. Until now. The new book Et Le'ehov: The Newlywed's Guide to Physical Intimacy is groundbreaking as it is the first book to offer guidance and advice on marital intimacy for Orthodox Jewish couples. The book is uniquely targeted to Orthodox newlyweds in several ways: Language used is designed to be sensitive--it is a accurate without being offensive and it is sensitive to the Orthodox community. Special "Question and Answer" sections: address common concerns faced by newlywed Orthodox couples. The range of sexual activities included is limited to those which are broadly sanctioned by halachah (JewishLaw). Specially commissioned illustrations were designed to be sensitive to the Orthodox young couple: only those pictures which are helpful to learning about sexual function are included.

The Magic Of Shabbos

Author: Mordechai Rhine
Publisher: Judaica Press
ISBN: 1880582260
Size: 10.71 MB
Format: PDF
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An inspirational step-by-step guide to the Shabbos experience. This book is the perfect introduction for anyone who wants to keep Shabbos. Each chapter is packed with anecdotes, how-to guides, stories, traditions, and facts, Highlights include a section on Jewish law and even Shabbos recipes!

Leaving Lucy Pear

Author: Anna Solomon
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780698149922
Size: 20.42 MB
Format: PDF
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“From the first page, I was under Anna Solomon’s spell.” —Sue Monk Kidd Chosen as a must-read book by TIME Magazine, InStyle, Good Housekeeping, The Millions, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, and BookPage Set in 1920s New England, the story of two women who are both mothers to the same unforgettable girl—a big, heartrending novel from award-winning writer Anna Solomon One night in 1917 Beatrice Haven sneaks out of her uncle's house on Cape Ann, Massachusetts, leaves her newborn baby at the foot of a pear tree, and watches as another woman claims the infant as her own. The unwed daughter of wealthy Jewish industrialists and a gifted pianist bound for Radcliffe, Bea plans to leave her shameful secret behind and make a fresh start. Ten years later, Prohibition is in full swing, post-WWI America is in the grips of rampant xenophobia, and Bea's hopes for her future remain unfulfilled. She returns to her uncle’s house, seeking a refuge from her unhappiness. But she discovers far more when the rum-running manager of the local quarry inadvertently reunites her with Emma Murphy, the headstrong Irish Catholic woman who has been raising Bea's abandoned child—now a bright, bold, cross-dressing girl named Lucy Pear, with secrets of her own. In mesmerizing prose, award-winning author Anna Solomon weaves together an unforgettable group of characters as their lives collide on the New England coast. Set against one of America's most turbulent decades, Leaving Lucy Pear delves into questions of class, freedom, and the meaning of family, establishing Anna Solomon as one of our most captivating storytellers. “Anna Solomon writes with a poet’s reverence for language and a novelist's ability to keep us turning the page. A gorgeous and engrossing meditation on motherhood, womanhood, and the sacrifices we make for love.” —J. Courtney Sullivan

A Pocket Full Of Seeds

Author: Marilyn Sachs
Publisher: Belgrave House
ISBN: 9781610846547
Size: 14.58 MB
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Nicole Nieman had never really thought about being Jewish. Now, with the Nazis occupying France, refugees escaping to the border with Switzerland frequently stay with her family. Should they go, too? Then came the day when Nicole returned home to find her parents and sister gone, and the Nazis were looking for her. Where could she go? And would she ever see her family again? A New York Times Outstanding Children’s Book of the Year. Juvenile Fiction by Marilyn Sachs; originally published by Doubleday