The Roost­er Prince of Breslov

Ann Redisch Stam­pler; Eugene Yelchin, illus.
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October 6, 2011
A con­fused young prince learns through the exam­ple set by his teacher that the prac­tice of mitzvoth (good deeds) and rach­mones (com­pas­sion) will make him a men­sch (decent per­son). In this ver­sion of a Rav Nach­man of Breslov tale, psy­cho­log­i­cal insight is paired with strong Jew­ish val­ues and enhanced by humor­ous­ly insight­ful illustrations. 

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