What do you say when your five-year old asks, “What does God look like?” or “Why am I Jewish?” By middle school the questions are tougher: “Is the Torah true?” “Why do I have to learn Hebrew?” This incredible new book suggests successful responses to these questions and many more, summarizing liberal Jewish thought in an accessible, easy-to-use format. The author, a rabbi and a mother, covers a broad array of topics, including God, holidays, ethics, history, Israel, prayer, Jewish diversity, practices, and identity. A must-have for Jewish educators, parents, and anyone who’s child may have a Jewish question or two.
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Rabbi Sharon G. Forman was ordained as a reform rabbi from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in 1994. A Yale University graduate, Rabbi Forman also holds a master's degree from Columbia Teachers College. She served as the director of the religious school at Manhattan's Temple Shaaray Tefila for seven years, where she also served as associate rabbiand director of informal educationand youth activities. She currently teaches at Westchester Reform Temple and resides in Westchester County, New York, with her husband and three children, whose questions she always attempts to answer honestly.
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