A Hanukkah Present, Matzah Mishugas

Mark Binder’s “Life in Chelm” series

Set in the mythical village of Chelm, these books blend. Award-winning stories and books. Yes, you can read them in any order. Yes, they’re for adults. Yes, many of the stories are appropriate for children.

No, you don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy them — they’re like rye bread, tasty, nutritious, light and filling.

“the mix-ups are many and the potential for laughter abundant”
– Jewish Book World

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Twelve Stories for the Festival of Lights

For families and young people
available in print and storytelling audio book

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Eight Tales for Passover

For young people and families. Includes an essay on writing family stories

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“These stories of identical twins, confused from birth, will charm with their simplicity and sincerity.” – AudioFile

Schlemiels in cyberspace… old-fashioned storytelling in a newfangled way
– The Providence Journal

Laughing out loud humor… very poignant and sweet
– Jewish Herald Voice, Houston, TX

“Listeners of all cultural backgrounds will be entertained by these tales.”
School Library Journal

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