How do you help your child choose between mandatory baseball practice and Hebrew school? How can you plan a birthday party (not to mention bar or bat mitzvah party!) for your child without sacrificing your values, sanity, and pocketbook? How can you keep peace on the homework homefront? And how do you deal with Santa envyalet alone the entire month of December? As any modern Jewish parent knows, balancing family traditions and the realities of contemporary culture can be incredibly challenging. Answering questions both old and new, Jewish and secular, internationally syndicated parenting columnist and award-winning Jewish educator and mother of four, Sharon Duke Estroff illuminates the ways that Jewish tradition can be used to form a lasting, emotional safety net for modern families. Can I Have a Cell Phone for Hanukkah? is an instant classic.... on his handsaa#39;with so many children entering Kindergarten at age six. he needed to up the dijfficulty level. So he did. ... the way. ifyou a#39;re wondering what happened to that once carefree land of dress-up and make-believe. it now has a. ... So you know I speak from experience when I tell you that the worrying kicks in the ina stant the ultrasound technician ... Passover and Rosh Hashanah (or Rosh Hashanah and Hanukkah. depending on your local kindergarten entry cut- off date).
|Title||:||Can I Have a Cell Phone for Hanukkah?|
|Author||:||Sharon Duke Estroff|
|Publisher||:||Harmony - 2008-11-19|