Jewish books about Judaism, The Torah, Jewish people, Jewish history and wide selection of books about The Talmud, Jewish bible and the Hebrew bible

Kids Speak 6

by Chaim Walder

Sign up for price alert

Add Items to Cart


Fantastic news for kids—and parents: Kids Speak 6 is hot off the press, and that's sure cause for celebration! It's no wonder kids are so enthralled by and addicted to the bestselling Kids Speak series. With stories so genuine, characters so authentic, and the struggles so true, young readers automatically connect to these powerful, transformative books. In Kids Speak 6, you'll meet another cast of courageous characters. What will Avi do when he and his friends are trapped in a raging fire? Tali is suspected by her classmates of stealing, but her detective work pays off when she finds the real culprit! What happens when Chaim endangers his own life to save none other than "Haman" himself? And meet Tova, who works hard to prepare a surprise package, only to discover that her life is threatened by it. These stories are thrilling, uplifting, and inspiring. The only trouble with these books is that they're much too hard to put down—even for parents!


  • ITEM #: 5983
  • Dimensions: 6 7/8" x 9 5/8"
  • ISBN: 978-1-59826-768-6
  • Weight: 1.3060 lbs
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 202 pages
  • Published by: Feldheim Publishers

Product Tags

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.

Customer Reviews

3 Item(s)

per page
  • As seen in the Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews Newsletter

    • |
    • 7/1/12

    • |
    • Marion M. Stein, retired from The Abraham Heschel High School, Brooklyn, NY and past president of AJL-NYMA

    This collection of true stories written by children is well written and engaging. It presents situations in which children face dilemmas that need to be solved speedily. These kids face real emergencies and it is their sense of values and experience that inform the actions they choose to take. This book could be a useful tool to spark discussions of various mitzvot and values in the classroom. It could be used as either a trigger or as a summation device. For example, “Until 120” is about a young girl who goes to visit an elderly woman in a nearby nursing home and how her difficult first visit turns into a life-changing experience for both the girl and the woman. The story takes into consideration many details in a clear and exciting way. In the right setting, this book could lead to in-depth, serious discussions and allow students to see value in their own experiences. Recommended for both classroom and library collections.

  • very good book

    • |
    • 8/24/11

    • |
    • mushka

    5 stars

  • gr8 book

    • |
    • 6/12/11

    • |
    • racheli

    amazing book

3 Item(s)

per page

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *
1star 2stars 3stars 4stars 5stars

* - requred fields