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eBook Labels for Laibel download

by Dina Rosenfeld,Norman Nodel,Hachai Publishing

eBook Labels for Laibel download ISBN: 0922613354
Author: Dina Rosenfeld,Norman Nodel,Hachai Publishing
Publisher: Hachai Pubns; 1st edition (November 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1959 kb
Fb2: 1164 kb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: lit mobi docx lrf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

A delightful book about sharing-for children of all ages. In rhythmic rhyme, Laibel and his younger brother, Yossi, learn firsthand why "sharing is something all people must d. - - L'chaim, Oct.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). A delightful book about sharing-for children of all ages.

by Dina Rosenfeld (Author),‎ Hachai Publishing (Author),‎ Norman Nodel (Illustrator) & 0 more. In the children's book Labels for Laibel youngsters were treated to a delightful lesson in rhyme about the importance of sharing

by Dina Rosenfeld (Author),‎ Hachai Publishing (Author),‎ Norman Nodel (Illustrator) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0922613472. In the children's book Labels for Laibel youngsters were treated to a delightful lesson in rhyme about the importance of sharing. Laibel and his younger brother Yossi are back in Hot on the Trail, beating a trail of good deed to help others in need. - L'Chaim, April 17, 1992

She has collaborated with nine different artists and writes both in rhyme and in prose. Dina Rosenfeld, a member of the Lubavitcher community lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY with her family. Illustrator Information. After completing the popular Labels for Laibel for Hachai Publishing, Norman’s talent was quickly recognized and in great demand by almost every major Judaica publisher: His talent literally cornered the market, to the extent that there can hardly be an affiliated Jewish child today who is not familiar with his work.

Labels for Laibel book . Dina (Devorah Leah) Rosenfeld was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Norman Nodel (Nodel, Norman). used books, rare books and new books. ISBN 9780922613359 (978-22613-35-9) Hardcover, Hachai Pubns, 1990. Find all books by 'Norman Nodel' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Norman Nodel'. by Dina Herman Rosenfeld, Norman Nodel. ISBN 9780922613366 (978-22613-36-6) Softcover, Hachai Pubns, 1990. by Dina Rosenfeld, Norman Nodel, Hachai Publishing. Find signed collectible books: 'Labels for Laibel'.

Norman Nodel's colorful artwork on every page of Peanut Butter & Jelly For . Dina Rosenfeld, Hachai Publishing, Norman Nodel (Illustrator).

Norman Nodel's colorful artwork on every page of Peanut Butter & Jelly For Snabbos perfectly complements and illustrates Dina Rosenfeld's entertaining and lively story. Yossi and Laibel wake up on a winter Friday morning ready for an exciting day. Their mother is coming home with their brand new baby sister! When a heavy snow begins to fall and their parents are delayed, it looks like there won't be anything to eat that night. Published by Hachai Pubns (2008). ISBN 10: 0922613699 ISBN 13: 9780922613694.

Norman Nodel (1922 – 25 February 2000) was an American comics-illustrator, mostly known for his work in Classics Illustrated. Norman Nodel was born Nochem Yeshaya in 1922. The son of an Orthodox Rabbi, Nodel served as a field artist in the . Many of his WWII illustrations are currently at the US Library of Congress.

Dina Rosenfeld; Norman Nodel, illus. The board book is an adaptation of the popular 1990 book, Labels for Laibel. Two brothers begin by not sharing corn chips and proceed to label all their possessions, so that each toy will be uniquely theirs. Their clever mother and father manage to outdo them by reciprocating their behavior, creating an age-appropriate lesson for the boys. This abridgement of the earlier book, whose characters are also Orthodox, flows well, although it is a bit preachy. For ages 2 – 5. Shelly Feit has an .

Norman David Levinson (April 20, 1900 – October 25, 1972) known professionally as Norman Norell, was an American fashion designer famed for his elegant gowns, suits, and tailored silhouettes. His designs for the Traina-Norell and Norell fashion houses became famous for their detailing, simple, timeless designs, and tailored construction. By the mid-twentieth century Norell dominated the American fashion industry and in 1968 he became the first American fashion designer to launch his own brand of perfume.

Once again, Hachai Publishing makes Jewish history Fun-to-Read! . Fun-to-Read Books are packed with historical adventure, humor, and all the positive midos and mitzvos that discriminating parents and teachers have come to expect from Hachai Publishing.

Laibel doesn't like to share with his little brother, so he devises a clever plan to put an end to it. But someone soon outsmarts Laibel, helping him to discover why sharing is more important than he thought. Adroitly written in catchy rhyme, with vivid illustrations.
Comments: (7)
Ranterl
This series of books is by far the best I have ever owned. I used to have all of them and I think some of my grandchildren swiped some, so I just rebought them. The laminated pages are wonderful and the stories are fantastic. BUY THESE BOOKS!!!
Steelrunner
Great book. really important message for kids given over with humor and great pics.
Goktilar
love reaading this book. great message for the kids!
Kanek
My kids love this book.
Sirara
Love the lamenated pages. Its an engaging and entertaining kids book. I read it to my 18 month old granddaughter on skype and she loves it.This book is good for toddlers right up to any age. im 53 and i like reading it.
Fenritaur
excellant way to teahc children to share!
Mave
My 3 1/2 year old told me about this book. His pre-school teachers read it to him. He seemed so taken with it, and it sounded like it taught the lesson of sharing so well, that I ordered it for him and his 1 1/2 yr old brother. The story and illustrations are quite delightful. The rhyming is great. My husband and I enjoy it too. Now, when my son doesn't seem to be sharing well, I always say, " Labels for Laibel", and he knows what I mean.