Description: How can American Jewish parents teach their children to know and appreciate what it means to be a Jew? How, in a society that provides children with so many pleasures and distractions and cultural opportunities, can parents fulfill what is for Jews both an age-old injunction and a present-day necessity: to strengthen their connection to the Jewish past, and through it, to the Jewish present. These are the questions answered in this wise and useful book.
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