Noa Baum was warm and engaging. She established immediate rapport with the audience, giving clear cues for decorum, but lots of space for appropriate response and participation. Her stories were mesmerizing, her timing impeccable, and her connection with the children genuine. Loved her!
Nan Jarashow, Principal
AlephBet Jewish day school, Annapolis, MD
The Sabbath Dress: Stories from the Jewish tradition
Noa tells Jewish folktales, literary adaptations, and personal stories that are rich with warmth and humor. This program features tales of wonder, magic and faith from Israel and around the world.
A Feast from the Middle East
Traditional stories keep culture alive. Laugh and learn from the wisdom of tricksters, numskulls, and wise elders in this collection of stories from Afghanistan, Tunisia, Iraq, Turkey, Israel, Palestine, and other Middle Eastern cultures.
If Not Higher: Holiday Stories of Joy and Spirit
Celebrate Jewish holidays and festivals with stories that bring forth the joy and meaning of tradition, with a focus on the values and customs of each holiday.Customized programs available for: High Holidays; Chanukah; Purim; Passover and Shavuot.
Multicultural Tales to Ponder
A rich tapestry of stories from around the world, that builds bridges of understanding and compassion. Explore the themes of peace, justice, wisdom, and compassion across diverse cultures.
You educated and entertained and uplifted us all at once, which is no small thing…. kol hakavod!
Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb, Adat Shalom, MD