Yom Kippur Children's Machzor by Noam Zimerman
  

Synopsis

Yom Kippur Children's Machzor by Noam Zimerman

The original clay sculptures depicted in this Yom Kippur prayer book enhance the prayers by acting as a visual aid to the text. Every child will now be able to better understand the meaning and essence of this holy day celebrated by Jews throughout the world.

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Noam Zimmerman's sculpting skills developed over four years are quite evident in this book. -- The Jewish Press, October 2006

About the Author

Noam Zimmerman created the images for this machzor over a period of nine months. They were presented as her bat mitzvah project. She lives in Kfar-Adumim, Israel

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
64 pages

Author

Noam Zimerman
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Publisher

Gefen Publishing House

Publication date

1st September 2006

ISBN

9789652293626


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