Capturing The Moon Retold by Rabbi Edward M. Feinstein : $15.00

Capturing The Moon Retold by Rabbi Edward M. Feinstein
"Ed Feinstein is a fantastic storyteller. This collection of his favorite stories is a must-have resource for every synagogue, school, and family in North America - a treasure chest of treasured stories to share with your children and grandchildren. I love this book!"

- Dr. Ron Wolfson, Fingerhut Professor of Education, American Jewish University, and President, Synagogue 3000

"A collection of irresistibly charming tales, each conveying an important Jewish value."

- Rabbi Harold Kushner, Author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People

"Stories live twice: first, when they are told, and second, when they are remembered. How apt, then, that this book contains thirty-six stories, twice chai. Rabbi Feinstein brings us stories of kings, princes, rabbis, and simpletons, stories of dreams and miracles. If you are fond of stories, you will love these - and their storyteller, too."

- Theodore Bikel, Tony and Academy Award-nominated actor, singer, and musician

"Jewish tradition asserts that human beings were created because God loves stories, and there is no better weaver of spellbinding and riveting tales than Rabbi Ed Feinstein. Readers of every age and background will delight in Capturing the Moon."

- President, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institution of Religion
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