Halleli Nafshi: A Weekday Siddur Series

Halleli Nafshi features gender-neutral interpretive translations focused on the central meaning of each prayer, kavannot (medidations) to spark reflection and discussion, explanatory introductions of each sectionof tefillot, full color illustrations by children and more.

Edited by Rabbi Amy Bardack and Rabbi Beth Naditch
Published by Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston
To order, or for more information, please visit www.hallelinafshi.org or email amy.bardack@ssdsboston.org

“Halleli Nafshi: A Weekday Siddur for Children, edited by Rabbi Amy Bardack and Rabbi Beth Naditch (Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston, Aug.) is the traditional prayer book redesigned to be accessible to children. Big, bold typography and colorful pictures drawn by Solomon Schechter students fill the pages. Prayers are accompanied by kid-friendly translations as well as thought-provoking questions and explanations to “spark reflection and discussion.”

~ Publishers Weekly, May 23, 2012

Halleli Nafshi website

 

 
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