A home’s a cozy, restful place,
a safe and loving family space.
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Kar-Ben Publishing ®|
|Number of Pages||12|
Author: Linda Elovitz Marshall
Linda Elovitz Marshall is an acclaimed author of two dozen books for children. Linda's Jewish-themed books include THE POLIO PIONEER: Dr. Jonas Salk and the Polio Vaccine and the forthcoming and very important, BRAVE VOLODYMYR: The Story of Volodymyr Zelensky and the Fight for Ukraine with illustrations by Ukrainian artist Grasya Oliyko (HarperCollins). Her award-winning work has been translated into almost a dozen languages and adapted for dance, theater, and radio.
Illustrator: Ag Jatkowska
Ag Jatkowska was born in Gdansk, Poland. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk with an MA in Graphic Design and Illustration. She lives in Bath, England.
“A charming board book to inspire comforting story times or bedtimes—especially during these challenging times—Shalom Bayit: A Peaceful Home would be a favorite on home bookshelves and is highly recommended for school and public library collections.” — Kathryn Carroll, Celebrate Picture Books
" Snuggling with Shalom Bayit can spark a discussion about animals, habitat, love, and peace." — SL, Kiss The Book
“A great first book about animals and a relaxing book to read at naptime or bedtime.” — Marcia Berneger, San Diego Jewish World
“This book gives examples of shalom bayit, peaceful homes for both animals and humans. It will show children differences in what peaceful homes are for both groups. It can help them to understand that what may be peaceful and harmonious to one animal might not be considered peaceful and harmonious to another.” — Jill Harris
“A lovely book with a message of the peace of nature around us includes the Jewish concept of shalom bayit in a successful way. The illustrations will be super appealing to young children and the possibilities for kids to point out various animals and learn about their homes is welcome. The words flow very smoothly and match the text well.” — Lisa Silverman, Library Director, Burton Sperber Jewish Community Library, Los Angeles, CA
“The concept that home is peaceful is celebrated in this story with wide appeal.” — BayViews
“A welcome book for any nature-loving toddler.” — Kirkus Reviews