A classic children's tape, brought to life in full-color!
Wait, little friend... STOP! Don't take another bite!
Yes, I mean you, the boy or girl who's about to munch on that cake or sandwich or fruit or any other kind of food or drink.
Do you know the correct bracha to say before you sink your eager teeth into that yummy treat?
Aha!! You say you're not exactly sure? You don't quite remember if it grows on the ground, in a tree, or maybe nowhere at all?
Well, then, this book is for you!
In it, our hero Boruch finds out all there is to know about the brochos of many of his favorite foods during a visit to Tzvi's fantastic Brochos Grocery, and by meeting his menagerie of funny foods and friends.
This full-color, illustrated version of Boruch Learns His Brochos follows the format of the original audio production first produced by Rabbi Shmuel Kunda in 1982. It has been an all time children's classic ever since.
You will find in this book a harmony of learning and laughter, of education and enchantment, of diligence and delight, of fundamentals and fun.
The brocho upon reading this book is Hatov V'hametiv.
It is permissible to read this book on Shabbos and Yom Tov.
This book also conforms to all dietary laws and anyone on a diet can read it because it contains no calories, carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, amino acids, starches or vitamins of any kind.
It contains only the maximum approved daily requirements of pleasure and enjoyment for any fine Jewish boy or girl!
Author and Illustrator: Rabbi Shmuel Kunda
Hardcover | 9" x 12" | 40 pages | 1-932443-41-X