We want to bring vibrant, engaging tales from the Torah to 10-13 year olds. We believe readers at this age will respond most effectively to short tales for each section of the Torah. These tales need to be accompanied by captivating illustrations and guiding questions that connect stories from ‘back then’ to the ‘right now’ lives of our readers.


Rabbi Jeremy Gordon 

Jeremy is the Rabbi of New London Synagogue. He’s a father of three and an experienced youth worker having led Jewish youth groups in America and the United Kingdom since the age of 16. He’s been hugely inspired by the Torah in his own life and believes passionately that young people will connect to this vital book – if the opportunities to connect are expressed with enough wit, charm and age-appropriate intelligence.

Emma Parlons

Emma has worked in the world of brand marketing and digital communication for more than 20 years. Also a lifestyle writer, commercial copywriter and social media photographer, Emma has found creating these alternative micro stories with Rabbi Jeremy, while learning so much about the Torah, an unbelievably fun and inspiring experience.

Pete Williamson

Pete is a self-taught artist and award-winning children’s book illustrator. He is best known for the much-loved ‘Stitch Head’ series, written by Guy Bass, and the award-winning ‘The Raven Mysteries’, written by Marcus Sedgwick. He has illustrated over 65 books written by such acclaimed authors as Francesca Simon, Steve Cole, Matt Haig and Charles Dickens.