Second Installment Of Two Kings Now Available

two kings kaufmanThe second book in the Two Kings children’s series is now available. The present story, titled: It’s My Turn!, continues the same theme as the first. In this episode, David, 8, has seated himself down to his turn playing on the family computer. Debbie, his older sister, who we now meet for the first time, asks him to use it for an important school project which is due the following morning…The battle is on, and who will win? The Two Kings series is distributed by Lakewood, N.J. publisher Israel Book Shop. “Mothers will love this book,” says Rabbi Moshe Kaufman the publisher. “This fight (over the computer) is going on in a lot of homes!” The book’s appearance was planned to coincide with Hannuakah, and is now available in Jewish bookstores worldwide. Chabad.

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  1. B”H

    I’m happy to see the above comment, as it is the truth. Thank you the Lakewood Scoop for posting about my latest installment of Two Kings children’s book series.

    I’m writing from eretz Yisroel, where I live.

    You beautiful people in Lakewood should know, please, great books (such as I hope, iy”H, this series is) are created through great cooperation with great publishers.

    Rabbi Moshe Kaufman is that. G-d bless him and all of you.

    Hannukah someach.

    Fishel Jacobs

  2. To the oilam,

    For those who might not know, Rabbi Moshe Kaufman, the owner of Israel Book Shop is a sincerely humble and sweet man.

    He’s told me he prefers not being in the spotlight, and I shouldn’t mention him personally in my excited announcements of my books he publishes.

    So, please ignore the fact that I mentioned R’ Moshe Kaufman’s name, even though I believe it’s through his foresight and love of Torah, that my Two Kings children’s series has just come out in its second edition for Hanukkah.

    So, R’ Moshe, I hope this comment acts as a form of teshuva for me, and I apologize for mentioning you too much.

    And, to the dear Lakewood oilam, please ignore my mentioning my dear friend mine, one I respect greatly, R’ Moshe, according to his request to me.

    P.S. R’ Moshe, sue me.

    Chag Someach to Lakewood,

    Fishel Jacobs
    Author of Two Kings Installment Two

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