We have got a wonderful outfit for your little bubbeleh; It is the Boy's Rabbi Costume. This garb features a black hat and coat, a white shaw and a beard. In the Jewish religion, a rabbi is one who teaches the Torah. In various denominations, there are different requirement to be a rabbi. In many, women and openly gay people can be ordained rabbis but Orthodox Judaism does not allow this. One aspect of our rabbi outfit is the prayer shawl. This fringed garment, called a called a tallit, reminds the wearer of all the commandments of the Torah. It is worn over the clothes during morning prayers and during Yom Kippur it is worn at all prayers. While an important part of rabbi attire, any Jew can wear the shawl. Most boys wear it for the first time at their bar mitzvah. Buy this now and help your child explore his heritage.