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Father’s Day gifts for your Jewish dad

By MyJewishLearning.com/JNS.org

Click photo to download. Sterling Silver Magen David Tie Clip, a Father’s Day gift for the Jewish dad. Credit: MyJewishLearning.com.

Father’s Day is just around the corner. If your dad is tough to shop
for, we’ve got you covered with gifts for Jewish dads with a variety of
interests.

Classic
Dad

If
you lean towards a classic Father’s Day gift, and you have a refined,
tie-wearing dad, we suggest you pick up this elegant Sterling Silver
Magen David Tie Clip
($160).

Click photo to download. Abraham & Isaac & Jacob Jewish Patriarch t-shirt, a Father’s Day gift for the Jewish dad. Credit: MyJewishLearning.com.

Jewish
Jokester Dad

If
your dad is more of a Jewish jokester who appreciates a witty t-shirt, check out
this awesome Abraham &
Isaac & Jacob Jewish Patriarch t-shirt
($24). All the cool
Jewish dads are wearing it.

Caffeine-Dependent
Dad

Is
your dad not fully human till he’s had his morning coffee? If so, try this
awesome and very intense authentic Nachle Israeli
black coffee spiced with cardamom
($10).

Bookworm
Dad

If
your father is a voracious reader and enjoys some good non-fiction, he might
like this story of a family leaving Egypt: The Man in the
White Sharkskin Suit: A Jewish Family’s Exodus from Old Cairo to the New World

by Lucette Lagnado
($11.37).

Sports-Lover
Dad

Click photo to download. Caption: For the sports-lover dad this Father’s Day, consider buying a copy of Pray Ball! The Spiritual Insights of a Jewish Sports Fan. Credit: MyJewishLearning.com.

For
the sports lover, we recommend a book about being a Jewish sports fan. Also
appeals to the punster dads. Check out Pray Ball!
The Spiritual Insights of a Jewish Sports Fan
by James Gordon
($22.95).

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