A picture is worth a thousand words. Accompanied by words, it’s worth millions, and when it comes to illustrate and to bring to life the words of the Torah, it is priceless. Vividly hand-illustrated with colorful portrayals of Torah personalities and events, the Every Picture Tells a Story series brings the weekly Parsha to life with illustrations, Torah verses, and descriptive commentary based on Midrash and other sources.
These high-quality hardcover books are fully bilingual in Hebrew and English. Volume Three: Vayikra (Leviticus) contains illustrations of the weekly Torah readings explaining various Korbanot (offerings) and how they are prepared, kosher and non-kosher animals and fish, various commandments relating to personal conduct, business dealings, and agriculture, the Mezora (leper), the annual cycle of Appointed Times (holidays), and the prophesied exile and return of the Children of Israel. Appealing to readers of all ages, this series is akin to a Chumash for younger readers, and perfect for yeshiva and Hebrew school educators, as well as parents looking for creative ways to teach the weekly Torah reading to their children.
A companion coloring book is available for younger children…although the adult coloring book fans have reported enjoying this series also! Approbation by HaRav Avraham Halbershtam, the Stropkover Rebbe, with series approbations by Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung, z"l, Chief Rabbi of Montreal, Canada, and Rabbi Moshe Halbershtam, z"l, Dayan, Eidah Charedis Yerushalayim, and Rosh Yeshiva of Divrei Chaim (Tchakover)