quality chassidic literature for children

​​​articles by chaya shuchat




     Twelve Pesukim: Twelve Tools for Life

     Permission to Believe (in Yourself)



     Bereishis: Who Controls the Weather?

     Lech Lecha: Our Lot in Life

     Chayei Sarah: Woman Power

     Vayetzei: A Tale of Two Sisters

     Vayeshev: The Age of the Breach

     Vayigash: Bread Crumbs

     Vayechi: I Can't Take Another Minute of This!


     Shmot: Stand and Be Counted

     Bo: Reality Check

     Ki Tisa: I Messed Up. Now What?


     Vayikra: When My Daughter Learned to Say No

     Tazria-Metzora: Speak No Evil

     Acharei Mot-Kedoshim: Renewable Energy

     Behaalotecha: Nice Guys Finish Last

     Korach: Spiritual Immunity

     Chukat: Hidden Good

     Balak: Peaceful Coexistence

     Pinchas: When Moses Commanded G-d

     Matot: Broken Vows

     Maasei: Low Speed Travel

     Devarim: First World Problems

     Vaetchanan: Power Outage

     Re'eh: The Most for the Least

     Ki Teitzei: Vinegar for the Soul

     Nitzavim-Vayelech: If a Ceiling Could Talk


     Rosh Hashanah: In Search of a Jewish Mother's Day

     Yom Kippur: A Mother's Yom Kippur Musings

     Sukkot: The Case of the Missing Etrog

     Chanukah: Pure Oil

     Tu B'Shvat: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

     Pesach: Sweat of a Mitzvah

     Shavuot: Seeing the Sounds

     Tisha B'Av: From Mourning to Redemption

Moshiach and geulah


     Doing Work in Mighty Waters

     Dreams of Redemption

torah and technology


​C​haya Shuchat is a freelance writer whose career has spanned over 20 years. Her work has appeared on chabad.org, the N'shei Chabad Newsletter, Meaningful Life Center and many other publications. She is the author of A Diamond a Day as well as many popular articles on the interface between Chassidic thought and contemporary life.

She is also a pediatric nurse practitioner, dedicated to helping children develop in the best possible way, physically and spiritually.