Adventures with Rebbe Mendel

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Adventures With Rebbe Mendel
Author Nathan Sternfeld
Country  United States
Language Hebrew, English
Genre children's fiction, Jewish
Publisher Feldheim Publishers
Publication date
2002–2009

Adventures With Rebbe Mendel is a series of children's books written by Nathan Sternfeld and published by Feldheim Publishers. The books belong to the Jewish children's fiction genre. The books were originally written in Hebrew. The English translations were done by Riva Pomerantz.[1][2]

Books in the series[edit]

  1. Adventures With Rebbe Mendel (2002) – a collection of 32 short stories
  2. All About Motti and His Adventures With Rebbe Mendel (2004) – a book of excerpts from the diary of an imaginative French child named Charles Mordechai Willamson.
  3. The Secret of the Red Pearl (2005)
  4. A Home on the Hill (2006)
  5. Rebbe Mendel ... in a Class by Himself (2009) – a collection of 17 short stories

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dogole -, Anna (22 February 2010). "Rebbe Mendel ... in a Class by Himself". The Jewish Eye. Retrieved 26 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "Rebbe Mendel...In a Class by Himself Stories From The World's Greatest Teacher!". Feldheim publishers. Retrieved 26 March 2010. [permanent dead link]