Bedtime for Maziks
After a day of roly-poly fun and shenanigans, it’s bedtime for maziks, the Yiddish word for pranksters or little mischief-makers, a name Jewish parents may lovingly call their rambunctious little ones. Join the maziks as they joyfully make their way through the day in this fun-filled rhyming tale.
|Interest Level||Preschool - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 1|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Imprint||Kar-Ben Publishing ®|
|Number of Pages||24|
Jewish Book Council
From start to finish, young readers and their caregivers will enjoy accompanying these playing, snack-eating, alef-bet learning, and sh’ma-reciting kids throughout their busy day…The seamless transition from a wild pillow fight to the dark peace of moon and stars will help to calm everyone even if those “dreams that glide on starlit thread” are sure to include the next day’s havoc.
“The mayhem of young family life seen through a positive, whimsical lens.” — Kirkus Reviews
Author: Yael Levy
Yael Levy is an author and illustrator who loves creating books for children. Her work is published in a variety of places, most notably in the Jerusalem Post.
Illustrator: Nabila Adani
Nabila Adani lives in Jakarta, Indonesia and enjoys illustrating different cultures around the world. She originally studied Industrial Product Design in Bandung Institute of Technology earning her degree in 2013, yet found her way into illustration later in life. She briefly worked as product designer in Japan and Indonesia before moving to the United States with her family. Now, living back in Jakarta she enjoys illustrating and telling stories for children worldwide.