modeh.jpgMiriam, who wrote

Ooh this looks like a sweet book to share with my two year old son! I don’t remember how I stumbled across your blog. I think I may have heard about it at a Shabbat we spent at Eden Village Camp this summer. Love reading your perspective on all things family and Jewish. Shabbat Shalom!”

As always, the winner was chosen by random.org. Miriam, email me at Homeshuling at gmail dot com with your address. Enjoy your copy of Modeh Ani – A Good Morning Book!

Everyone else – stay tuned for another giveaway soon.
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