The stories in these books come from classic and contemporary sources, and the author knows how to tell them. Needless to say, a story is like good food: The presentation is half the pleasure. The finest ingredients without spice, slapped down on an unattractive setting, will be less than appetizing. So, too, a good story. The telling is all important. This author knows it and she knows how a story should be told. That's just one reason these books are enjoyable. The other reasons are that the stories are authentic, interesting in themselves, have a worthwhile message, and - last but not least - are arranged according to the weekly Sidrah, so that you have them when you need them most.
Whether you want a fine reading experience or you want to transmit valuable lessons painlessly and unobtrusively, this is a book set to have in hand.