Each one of these five discs is dedicated to a different Jewish holiday. So, the first disc is themed around the holidays in the Hebrew month of Elul, including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot. Songs include “Summer Has Gone”, “Next Year” and “Twelve Moons”.
The songs on disc number two are based around the exciting holiday of Channukah. The Hebrew songs include classics such as “Maoz Tzur” and “Sevivon”. Meanwhile, the 36 songs on the third disc are themed around Tu B’Shvat (New Year for Trees) and Purim. They include “Little Clowns” and “Maybe I’ll Be The Queen”.
The penultimate disc contains 25 Pesach tunes, many of which are taken from the festive Seder. So, if you want to get your children or grandchildren in the mood for Seder night, you can play them Jewish songs including “Ma Nishtana” and “Dayeinu”.
The fifth and final disc focuses on Hebrew songs for the springtime, based on Jewish holidays such as Shavuot, Yom Ha’atzmaut and Lag Ba’Omer. They include “The Blue and White Holiday” and “Fire, Fire”.
This set of classical Hebrew Childrens songs includes songs such as Lecha Dodi, Adon Olam, Halleluja, Yedid Nefesh, The whole world is, Today is Friday, Why isn’t everyday Shabat, Shabat in the village and many more. These songs are sung by some of Israel's top artists such as Uzi Chitman, Chani Natmias, Yehoram Gaon, Ofra Chaza, Yardena Arazi, Mati Caspi and more.
Split into five discs, the first two focus on classic Hebrew children’s literature. So, among the 21 stories on these two discs, you will find tales such as “Eliezer and the Carrot” and “Hot Corn”.
Disc number three helps teach Hebrew for kids through stories on the Jewish holidays. “Uncle Pesach” is the perfect children’s introduction to Passover. Meanwhile, “The Thatched Sukkah” will help any child learn about Sukkot.
The fourth disc brings together familiar legendary children’s stories read in Hebrew, which is a brilliant aid to improve Hebrew for kids. On this disc you will find some of the all-time classics, including “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” and “The King’s New Clothes”.
The collection is rounded off with a fifth disc of popular children’s adventures such as “The Lion and The Mouse”.