Here is a book of spiritual adventure.
From the miracle at the Red Sea to the
miracle of waking up this morning, this intriguing book
introduces young people to a way of spiritual thinking to last
Kushner, whose award-winning books have
brought spirituality to life for countless adults, here reveals
the essence of Judaism in a way kids can understand and enjoy.
Easy to read and imaginatively illustrated by the author,
The Book of Miracles helps young people make—and
treasure—the connections between religion, spirituality
and everyday life.
For parents to read to their children, for
children to read to their parents, The
Book of Miracles encourages
kids’ awareness of their own spirituality, and shows
young people how to use Judaism as a foundation on which to
build their lives.
“Many religion books give our young
people facts to learn; here is a book
which gives them
wisdom to remember.”
—Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, author of God’s
Adam & Eve’s First Sunset: God’s
“The beauty of The Book of Miracles is
its universality. Its message,
although coming from a
Jewish tradition, speaks to the souls of all.”
Ronald J. Valenti, Superintendent
of Catholic Schools, Archdiocese of Baltimore
easy-to-understand, very lovely guide to Jewish spirituality.
I recommend it to all teens as a good read.”
Kirberger, coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul
“A wonderful introduction to
Jewish spirituality for children but just as
for their parents; it belongs in every Jewish home.”
Ron Wolfson, Whizin Institute for
Jewish Family Life, University of Judaism; author of The Art of Jewish Living Series