Tashlich at Turtle Rock

As many synagogues are not open to celebrate our favourite festivals, PJ Library are bringing the fun to you. Please enjoy this activity guide with your family and friends and share how you got on with the activities. The Jewish High Holidays begin with Rosh Hashanah, the New Year, and end ten days later with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. On Rosh Hashanah, many families participate in tashlich, a tradition of throwing breadcrumbs into water to wash away the mistakes of the past year.

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A Rainy Day Story

As many synagogues are not open to celebrate our favourite festivals, PJ Library are bringing the fun to you. Please enjoy this activity guide with your family and friends and share how you got on with the activities. This book shows us that what is good for you might not be good for everyone else; it is about how Rabbi Hanina learns a lesson about his place in the world.

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Hillel Builds a House

As many synagogues are not open to celebrate our favourite festivals, PJ Library are bringing the fun to you. Please enjoy this activity guide with your family and friends and share how you got on with the activities. This book celebrates a year of Jewish festivals! All year, Hillel builds treehouses and forts.

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One, Two, Three, Rosh Hashanah!

As many synagogues are not open to celebrate our favourite festivals, PJ Library are bringing the fun to you. Please enjoy this activity guide with your family and friends and share how you got on with the activities. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year. This means celebrations, happiness and reflecting on the past year and setting goals for the coming one. As the little girl in this story discovers, celebrating the Jewish new year is as easy as one, two, three!

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