Marcia Berneger is a retired teacher who lives with her husband and three crazy dogs. She taught both first and second grade, as well as special education. She currently teaches Torah school, in addition to her volunteer work in classrooms, libraries, and with various fundraisers. She lives in San Diego.
The Aleph-Bais Trip on the Aleph-Bais Ship
Ahoy there Mateys! Gather ‘round and join the Aleph-Bais as they board their ship, ready to set sail. One by one the Hebrew letters make their way to the Aleph-Bais ship. Some hop by pogo stick, others fly in by airplane or hot air balloon, but come they do until they are all on board their old-time schooner. Well, almost everyone is there. It seems sof is missing. The letters set sail to find their lost companion. Once tucked safely aboard, the Aleph-Bet are ready to go. This is an adorable first look at the Aleph-Bet, according to the Ashkenazi pronunciation. The letters present themselves in Aleph-Bais order in the first half of the book, and then appear randomly in the latter half. They are cheerful card-shaped characters with smiley faces and sailor hats. The book pages are sturdy and plastic coated, perfect for little hands. For ages 2 – 5.
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