This is a paperback guide for parents written by David J. Wolpe, a rabbi who is a lecturer of modern Jewish thought at the University of Judaism in Los Angeles. Through a series of questions, exercises, and cogent meditations on God and spirituality, the author offers fresh insights into the presence of the sacred in everyday life. He explicates Judaism as attitude, artistry, and action. Some of the topics Wolpe covers are prayer, ritual, good and evil, death, community, and renewing religious life. This is a thoughtful, reverent, and relevant paperback on ways to nourish the spiritual life of children in the home.