Is there a good tehillim for children? I am imagining a translation, some basic commentary, and pictures. (It should also include the entire Tehillim which the artscroll childrens tehillim does not.)

  • Some of the tehillim are not considered appropriate for children by today's standards. Which is probably why the Artscroll does not contain them all. And why it might be difficult to find one that does.
    – Aaron
    May 1, 2016 at 21:37

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Perhaps this is close to what you are looking for... http://www.judaica-world.com/family-illustrated-tehillim-maroon.html

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