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Celebrating & Planning Your Bat/Bar Mitzvah
Recommended Reading Lists
Also see our Studying for Your Bar/Bat Mitzvah reading list.
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- Bar/Bat Mitzvah Basics: A Practical Family Guide to Coming of Age Together, edited by Cantor Helen Leneman.
A practical guide that gives parents and teens the "how-to" information
they need to navigate the bar/bat mitzvah process and grow as a family
through this experience.
- The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Memory Book: An Album for Treasuring the Spiritual Celebration, by Jeffrey K. Salkin and Nina Salkin.
This hands-on album is designed to help everyone involved better participate in creating the spiritual meaning of this joyful rite of passage.
- The Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planner, by Emily Haft Bloom.
The daunting task of organizing a Bar/Bat Mitzvah party is organized into manageable steps in this practical book.
- Bar Mitzvah/Bat Mitzvah: Planning the Perfect Day, by Amy Nebens.
outlines the history of the bar and bat mitzvah, offers options for
menus, entertainment, decorations, and activities, and addresses the
etiquette of hosting the event.
- The Complete Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planner, by Linda Seifer Sage.
An Indispendable, Money - Saving Workbook For Organizing Every Aspect Of The Event - From Temple Services To Reception.
- For Kids - Putting G-d on Your Guest List, by Jeffrey K. Salkin.
How to Claim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
- MitzvahChic: How to Host a Meaningful, Fun, Drop-Dead Gorgeous Bar or Bat Mitzvah, by Gail Anthony Greenberg.
An indispensable, modern-day guide to planning the perfect bar or bat mitzvah, celebrating substance and style.
- Putting G-d On The Guest List, by Jeffrey K. Salkin.
How To Reclaim The Spiritual Meaning Of Your Child's Bar Or Bat Mitzvah.
- The Ultimate Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebration Book: A Guide to Inspiring Ceremonies and Joyous Festivities, by Jayne Cohen and Lori Weinrott.
More than ever, Jewish parents are looking for imaginative ways to blend traditional and personal values into their child’s bar or bat mitzvah, creating a stirring ceremony and a truly joyous party. Now, this refreshingly contemporary guide shows them how.
- The Ultimate B'nai Mitzvah Handbook: A Planning Guide and Workbook, by Mildred Brill Schorr.
This book offers a beautiful, simple
solution to organizing the months leading up to this most exciting and
precious time when your child becomes a Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
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