Jewish Coloring Books
Although there aren’t a ton of Jewish coloring books, I can recommend a few for you.
Hebrew Illuminations Coloring Book by Adam Rhine
A Coloring Journey Through the Jewish Holy Days Jewish artist Adam Rhine has created intricate Judaic motifs such as Magen Davids, menorahs, and Hebrew calligraphy for you to bring to vivid life with the colors of your choice. Each illustration is paired with verses from the Torah, Psalms, and the Prophets that enlighten the reader and encourage further study into the meanings of the carefully selected themes. A wonderful creative tool for Hebrew schools and scripture study groups.
Coloring Your Jewish Year 2018 Wall Calendar: A Hebrew Illuminations 16-Month Coloring Calendar
This wall calendar by the Jewish Artist Adam Rhine features:
- 16-month Jewish wall calendar — September 2017 through December 2018.
- Monthly Bible verses take you through the Jewish Holy Year.
- Each month features candle lighting times for Shabbat and holidays.
Adam Rhine also has a Hebrew Illuminations Coloring Calendar available here:
A Design Originals book by Joanne Fink includes 32 pages of inspiring art activities that celebrate the wisdom and spirituality of the Judaic religion and its people. Discover new ways to express your faith and spirit by adding color, patterns, text, and illustrations to these meaningful and fulfilling designs. The paper is very nice in Design Originals coloring books and I always enjoy Joanne Fink’s artwork, they are detailed enough to be interesting but she also leaves open spaces for you to add you own patterning if desired. You can explore more of her coloring and design books here.
Joyfully Jewish Coloring Book
Joyfully Jewish includes more than 40 fun designs to color and unique Jewish quotes from contemporary Jewish masters written in beautiful calligraphy. This coloring book for grownups and families is a relaxing, uplifting and meditative introduction to Jewish spirituality.
Jewish Coloring Books for Adults & Kids from Dover Coloring Books
Dover Coloring Books have been around for decades and are now enjoying a new audience. The paper in these books is similar to Createspace, so not the best but they are one sided so you can slip a piece of paper behind your page or copy them to nicer paper.
Thousands of years of Jewish history come vividly to life in the 41 delightful illustrations in this unique coloring book. Pictured are key moments in the rituals and celebrations associated with Jewish holidays and traditions. To further explain the significance of these moments, and the holidays and traditions they serve, artist Chaya Burstein has written an introduction to the subject and extensively detailed captions for each illustration.
Children are invited to color vignettes depicting the Friday night Sabbath blessing, the building of a sukkah, the making of noise in the synagogue on Purim, a Passover Seder, and the parading of the scrolls on Simhat Torah. Other holidays and special observations include Hanukkah, Yom Kippur, Rosh Ha-Shanah, Tu Bi-Shevat, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israel Independence Day, Lab Ba-Omer, Shavuot, and Tisha Be-Av. Also included is a Jewish holiday calendar and a glossary of Jewish ritual objects. Click to Order on Amazon
From lighting the menorah to making potato latkes, this coloring book celebrates beloved Chanukah traditions. Color 25 endearing scenes of a family’s preparations for the winter festival and their joyous observances — making decorations, exchanging gifts, learning the story behind the holiday, and following other treasured customs.
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