Moti is very busy doing mitzvahs around the house. He does these anonymously. For example, he cleans up the crumbs from the floor and then gives them to the birds. He also actively involves the children by asking them to count the birds or tell the name of the toy they returned to the cat.
In the final pages, more abstract mitzvahs such as “honoring elders” or “comforting the sick” are mentioned. Although each is accompanied by a picture, the reader will need to explain the concepts in his or her own words. The book is filled with colorful pictures in a cartoon format. Little ones will be delighted by this sweet book while learning about how to conduct themselves properly.
Recommended for ages 3 to 5.