The first two books of the Young Lamplighters series, Tamar of Venice and Moshe of Japan, invite young readers to peek into the lives of boys and girls from all around the globe. Together with Tamar and Moshe, children learn about the lives of Jewish children growing up in the most exotic and interesting places while experiencing new cultures and fun adventures. 

 

A recent review on lubavitch.com discusses how the idea for the "delightful, colorful" series came about and focuses on the many exciting adventures children experience when engrossed in the books:

“'I thought it would be fascinating for Jewish children who go to large Jewish day schools and live amongst similar peers in large Jewish communities to learn about other Jewish children growing up in remote or unusual places,' the mother of eight told lubavitch.com."

To read the entire review, click here.

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