similar situations. It presents her memoirs, written in her child’s
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Published in 2010, Creative License offers a collection of insights into contemporary life, using Torah study as a guide. Author Dina Wolfman Baker takes up the basic issues of living in community – social justice, ethical wills, child-rearing, free will, obligation and many more – in these essays originally developed as sermons for delivery at her synagogue’s lay-led services, drawing on her skills in literary analysis, expository writing and public speaking. The book incorporates probing questions and an interactive website to invite discussion among readers. Learn more about Creative License here.
voice to other children, so they can read it with caring adults in their lives and open up much-needed dialogue. Learn more about I Remember Mommy’s Smile here, and click on the video link above to see clips from the DVD.
At age 11, Dina Wolfman Baker lost her mother to cancer after a 2-1/2 year illness. In this beautifully written and illustrated children’s book, Dina draws from her own experience with the hope of helping other children who are coping with