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First I want to introduce myself a little:
I am an Israeli girl, I was born, grew up got educated and married in Israel. Like many other kids at the 1980's, my childhood was influenced especially by books. Hebrew books.My parents used to read me a story at bedtime, and I was so excited when I grew up a little and could read by myself. (and still do). Nowadays when I became a mother of 3 young children and I don't like the idea that computer an T.V are about to take control of my children, I think it is just about time to go back to our sources, back to reading again. So I decided to open this blog in order to make a place where hebrew books readers could talk about books they read and recommend to others.
I love hebrew books, especially for children and I'd like to share some of its with you.
I will be happy to hear about your favorite hebrew books as well.
you are also welcome to our online store where you could find any hebrew books you are looking for: kids, literature, best sellers,cookbooks and even hebrew learning books.

www.ilhebrewbooks.com

see you soon,
Ella
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צמריקו מאת לזלי הלקוסקי
17/11/2013 12:38
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translated hebrew books for kids

Woolbur by Leslie Helakoski

  This is one of those books that encourage your child to be independent, to express themselves and be creative.

Know to respect the laws but to act in his way, even if his parents and teachers want him to be just like everybody else.

I enjoy read this book to my  kids because I think his message is very important to the kids and even to myself.

During the normal routin life of kindergarten, school, homework, tests and results I find myself as a parent telling my kids to be like all the others: do your homework, study for the test,

but books like Woolbur reminds me that there is another way, in fact I don't want my kids to become robots, I would like them to have independent thinking, originality, creativity... and this is somethig I feel that I need to be reminded from time to time.

In the book, Woolbur finds his own special way to be like everyone else: he teaches everyone to be like him..... 

 

This is a book for children that was translated to hebrew and was recommended by the Ministry of Education in Israel, so I was introduced to it from my kids who read it at schhol.

 

Its a lovely book and i read it to my kids at bedtime from time to time.

 

I recommend this book to kids at ages 1.5-10 years old 

 

צמריקו מאת לזלי הלקוסקי - Woolbur by Leslie Helakoski

 

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למה לנוח אין מנוח מאת גיל קופטש
03/11/2013 15:24
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Hebrew children book

Noah Makes peace With Nature by Gil Kopatch

 

This is the cool and updated version of the story about Noah and the great flood.

According to the book flood occured because people were violent towards each other and did not care about their enviroment.

I think it is a nice way to tell the story about Noah and the great flood to  kids in a language they can easily understand.

I recommend this hebrew book for kids at ages 3-10 years old.

 

Here is a linq where you can see the writer talks about his new book

 

למה לנוח אין מנוח מאת גיל קופטש Lama lenoah ein manoah by Gil kopach

 

 

 

enjoy

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לאן הולכות הדאגות בלילות מאת אנתוני בראון
27/10/2013 10:45
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Childrens book translated to Hebrew

Silly Billy by Anthony Browne

 

Last evening, at bedtime I read the hebrew version of this story to my children.

My daughter recieved it from her kindergarten a few years ago when it was in the list of recommended  books by the ministry of Educationin in Israel. 

This is a charming story about a young boy who couldn't sleep because he was worried about so many thing, until one day his grandmother found the perfect solution: she gave him some worry dolls so now he could tell all his worries to the worry dolls and they will worry instead of him.

The traditionally worry dolls were first made in Guatemala, the child tells his worries to the dool and she worry instead of him so he can sleep peacefuly .  

I think that reading this book to children at bedtime lead the opportunity for them to express their worries, and talk about them with the parent to find a solution.

I think it is a great idea to have some worry dolls at home , the best is to make them with the children.

Here are some links about worry dolls and how to make them by yourself:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worry_doll

 

http://h2g2.com/approved_entry/A9914862

 

לאן הולכות הדאגות בלילות מאת אנתוני בראון - Silly Billy by Anthony Browne

 

 

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נונה קוראת המחשבות מאת אורית גידלי
22/10/2013 10:25
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Hebrew children book

NOONA THE MIND READER BY ORIT GIDALI

 

Yesterday my little kid came back from kindergarten crying because her best friend said that she doesn't want to be her friend any more.

I hugged her, waited until she calmed down and asked her to tell me slowly all the details. Then i realized that my child played with another girl, her best friend saw them and said that she is no longer her friend.

I told her that I'm sure she didn't mean to hurt her, and i think that she actually wanted to tell her something else but it turned out to a bad thing. I told her that i have a perfect story to tell her, the story about Noona the mind reader. The story is about a youg girl who discovered by a magical instrument that somehow there is a mismatch between what children think and say. For example a boy can say to his friend" I don't want to play" but he actually think:" I don't want to lose"  ,or a girl said to her friend: "I will tell everyone not to play with you" but what she really think is " would you be mine?"

I explained my doughter that for some reason, some kids find it easier to say a bad thing instead of the good thing they think, and i adviced her to call her friend and ask her if she really ment to what she said. She called her friend, the friend said that she didn't mean it , she was sorry and of course they are still best friend.it is nice to find a book that is suitable to a situation, it help showing the big picture, and the child see that he is not the only one who experienced such a thing.

This is a very nice and usefull hebrew book for kids at ages 2-8 years old  

 

נונה קוראת מחשבות מאת אורית גידלי - NOONA THE MIND READER BY ORIT GIDALI

 

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אריה הסיפריה מאת מישל קנודסן
16/10/2013 12:29
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Childrens book translated to Hebrew

Library Lion byMichelle Knudsen

 

This Hebrew book for children reminds us that sometimes we need to be creative even if it means to break a rule for a good reason.

 

The story is about a lion that came everyday to the public library, there it listened to stories,played with the kids and even helped to one of the workers.

When the worker was in trouble, the lion wanted to help her and in order to get some help it broke the biggest rule that says not to roar in the library.

After breaking this rule it left the library and was very very sad because it thought it will never be allowed to come back, but one of the workers at the library went out to look for him and asked him to come back because everyone missed him so much.

The story ends with the message that sometimes you need to break the rules for a good reason.

The drawings are big and beautiful and I enjoy reading this book to my children at bedtime.

I think this Hebrewbook is suitable for kids at age 2-8 years old.

אריה הסיפריה מאת מישל קנודסן - Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen

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הקטר הכחול שיכול מאת ווטי פיפר
12/10/2013 21:20
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Childrens book translated to Hebrew

THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD BY WATTY PIPER

This is a fantastic and very powerful book for children.I found that the book was first published at 1930 and it is amazing how relevat it is now.

I bought the hebrew edition of that book and read it at bedtime to my kids and they loved it from the first time.

The story is about a little train,filled with toys and tasty food for children, that couldn't climb the mountain, so she asked for help from a few engines but eventhogh they were strong they refused to help her.

Then came the little blue engine who was a little insecure about his power, but when he realized that there is no one else besides him that wants to help he said to himself: "yes I can, yes I can" so many times, and just by saying this he convinced himself that he really can do it. 

So he succeeded the mission and pulled the train to the other side of the mountain.

When my kids repeated "yes I can, Yes I can" like the little engine they smiled and I thought that I wish they will remember this line tomorroww at school and kindergarten

This book is reccomended for kids, ages 1.5-8. years old  .   

I read the hebrew edition but you can find it in many other languages

 

הקטר הכחול שיכול מאת ווטי פיפר THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD BY WATTY PIPER

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אבא של עמליה נוסע לאוסטרליה מאת אשכול נבו
08/10/2013 11:20
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Hebrew children book

AMALIA'S FATHER IS GOING TO AUSTRALIA BY ESHKOL NEVO

 

This is my kid's favorite Hebrew book at the moment. The book is about a young girl whose father is going to Australia. While he is away she gets to meet 3 exciting visitors. I think that the illustrations is what makes it so special. The kids discover new details every time they look at the pictures, while listening to the story.


Highly recommended to kids ages 2-8 years.

אבא של עמליה נוסע לאוסטרליה מאת אשכול נבו- AMALIA'S FATHER IS GOING TO AUSTRALIA BY ESHKOL NEVO.

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HALO HALO ABA HANA HORN הלו הלו אבא חנה הורן
06/10/2013 11:16
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Hebrew children book

This is one of the books I remembermost as a child and it was the first book I bought my child when she wasborn. The book is about a phone call between a little boy at home and hisfather at work.

The little boy asks his father whatwill he bring him from work and the father answers in a funny way about thethings he will bring like a tractor with wings. The boy laughs and answersback, "but a tractor doesn't have wings, the airplane has," and theykeep talking until they decide that the best present is the father himself whoeventually comes home.

The drawings are simple, clean andsweet and the message is clear.

Kids, ages 1 - 3 years oldwould love this book.

My kids like this hebrew book 

הלו הלו אבא מאת חנה הורן - Hello Hello Daddy by Hana Horen

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