Laws relating to young children: Chinuch, Shabbos, Kashrus, Learning and much more. By Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen (235 Pages)Publisher: Artscroll/Mesorah, 1993
Raising Jewish Children the term conjures up an image of a boy or girl, growing up as the embodiment of our dreams an unending source of pride and nachas.
But chinuch is not only a joy, it is a duty, a mitzvah. To raise a child properly, a parent must master a large and complex body of Halachah. The issues are varied and the answers are not always readily available.
What may one launder for a child on Chol HaMoed?
How should one prepare baby cereal on Shabbos?
Should one buy arbah minim for a child?
May one use ma aser money to pay tuition?
How should one warm baby bottles on Shabbos?
At what ages do duties and prohibitions come into play?
The questions are endless; the answers are enlightening for Halachah is the way of Jewish life, a road map through desire, need, and confusion. Like the other authoritative books of Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen,Children in Halachah takes the mystery out of complex issues. It is clear, easy-to-use, and documented. Clearly, it reflects years of rigorous research, consultation, and application. All the pertinent halachic details regarding children and Kashrus, Tznius, Yomim Tovim, Brochos as well as an all encompassing treatment of children and Shabbos are included in this masterpiece.