Mitzvah the Mutt

Author: Sylvia A. Rouss

Publisher: Yaldah Publishing

ISBN: 1592871801

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 87

View: 3740


Matzah balls were never meant for a game of fetch, but try telling that to Mitzvah the Mutt when he is rescued by a Jewish family. Mitzvah's silly antics manage to charm his family and his humorous misinterpretations of the Jewish holidays will leave you laughing and begging for more. Get ready for a howling good time as you celebrate Shabbat, Hanukkah and Passover with Mitzvah the Mutt.

Mercury the Mitzvah Dog

Author: Judi G.

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1426975791

Category: Commandments (Judaism)

Page: 24

View: 6047


This delightful book introduces Mercury, a retired greyhound who is so grateful that a nice family adopted him, he decides to "pay it forward" by doing good deeds himself. His smiling face and wagging tail make him an instant hit with everyone who meets him.

Danes are Great!

Author: Victor Joseph

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483692280

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 36

View: 1754


This first, in a series of five, books invites child and parent alike to join Brando and Kruger in locales and situations that are fun and uplifting, taking the everyday and making it an adventure. The reader is drawn in by these regal dogs with their fresh, loveable, savvy demeanors, and taken along in their experiences. Residing in Long Island, New York, Brando and Kruger, along with their caretaker Joseph, are known and loved by the shop owners, the locals, the tourists, and of course, the communities' children. With delightfully lush illustrations and a subtle principle or two, join in and follow the adventures of Brando and Kruger!

The Sleepover & It's Snowing

Author: Victor Joseph

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1503522687

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 58

View: 9470


This is the third book in the Danes are Great! series and it co ntains 2 stories! This book invites child and parent alike to join Brando and Kruger in locales and situations that are fun and uplifting, taking the everyday and making it an adventure. The reader is drawn in by these regal dogs with their fresh, loveable, savvy demeanors, and taken along in their experiences. Residing in Long Island, New York, Brando and Kruger, along with their caretaker Joseph, are known and loved by the shop owners, the locals, the tourists, and of course, the communities' children. With delightfully lush illustrations and a subtle principle or two, join in and follow the adventures of Brando and Kruger!

The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planbook

Author: Jane Lewit,Ellen Epstein

Publisher: Scarborough House

ISBN: 1461660459

Category: Religion

Page: 200

View: 6460


A comprehensive, step-by-step handbook that leads parents through every detail. —Library Journal

The Secret Files of Henry F. Sherwood

Author: Zack Carden

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595365329

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 92

View: 949


Henry F. Sherwood is an important person! He was born Heinz Weizenbaum, barely escaped Hitler's Holocaust, and came to America. He joined the Army in WWII and fought in some of the most horrific battles in the Pacific Theatre. It was during this time he changed his name. After the war he enrolled in the University of Detroit and graduated at the top of his class. In 1955 he entered the field of computers and never looked back. Henry received the Price Waterhouse Award for his work in optical character recognition. John Diebold offered him the directorship of Diebold Research Program-Europe. While there Henry began the clandestine facet of his life, an undercover agent for the CIA. The East German Secret Police (STASI) figured him for a spy for all the wrong reasons, and a host of agents compiled a six volume dossier on Henry.the secret files! Henry eventually left Diebold and began his own computer consulting company, gradually withdrawing from business because of diabetes. You'll be surprised at the world leaders he met, and how he impacted the computer industry. We owe him a lot!

1,003 Great Things to Smile About

Author: Lisa Birnbach,Ann Hodgman,Patricia Marx

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9780740741647

Category: Humor

Page: 320

View: 8506


Finally...something to smile about! Love is not the only thing that blossoms with a smile. Your entire life can be transformed by the simple act of turning up the corners of your mouth. And psychologists have proven that you benefit by smiling-even when you're convinced you have nothing to smile about! Now the power of the smile gets a boost from three grinning fools: Lisa Birnbach, Ann Hodgman, and Patty Marx, the threesome who thought up the deceptively simple, yet highly effective 1,003 Great Things to Smile About. This edition of the 1,003 humor series takes the effort out of smiling by providing just the thoughts needed to produce that all-enhancing smile, including: * Your son remembers your birthday... and doesn't reverse the charges! * Luggage-on-wheels * Your extra-large, threadbare sweatpants * Snow day! * Your sister will do Thanksgiving this year. * Spellcheck * The way Play-doh smells * Sunless tanning creams Smiles can indeed work magic, and these witty writers have concocted enough ideas to keep readers grinning day after day. This is the perfect make-somebody-feel-good book, a semiserious way to bring perspective to your own life and a great tool to help readers smile more at themselves and those around them. A book that offers a warm perspective on feeling right with the world ... now that's something to smile about!

Three Dog Bakery Cookbook

Author: Dan Dye,Quadrillion Press,Mark Beckloff

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9780836269192

Category: Pets

Page: 80

View: 4578


Shares the Kansas City bakery's recipes for the special canine in one's life

Over the Top Judaism

Author: Elliot Gertel

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761826248

Category: Religion

Page: 299

View: 8342


Over the Top Judaism offers criticism of scores of television episodes and films, mainly between 1980 and 2002, that highlight the beliefs and practices of Judaism, real or perceived. Author Elliot Gertel examines parallels and precedents in both media, and organizes the works topically, concluding with the most promising efforts. Chapters on classic television episodes cite interviews with writers and producers from Gertel's rare oral histories.