STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The Mensch on Bench this season has expanded his family, including the well-felt Micwah Moose and the wise (and fun) Ask Papa dolls.
- Mitzvah Moose is a battery-operated, plush, blue Moose doll with a book. In the story, Mosze Męski helps the elk to complete a series of mighty mitzvot (good deeds) to help brighten up his antlers. The doll sells 24.99 USD.
- Ask Papa is a plush, battery-powered grandfather doll, which is sweet, nice and has 14 humorous Jewish phrases to make children laugh. Papa sells for 19.99 USD.
The Mensch on a Bench was created by Neal Hoffman and from the premiere in 2013 he became a star in the retail trade. It is one of the most popular products from the Shark Tank television show. On Sunday, November 18, Moshe the Mensch will host BE MENSCH DAY, encouraging children and adults to act like mensch and do good deeds throughout the day.
It was a great year for Moshe, who currently works with Major League Baseball and joins players in several US cities in 2019 for Jewish Heritage Nights. He, along with Robert Herjavec (Shark from the Shark Tank) were honored in the Jewish Heritage Night Boston Red Sox, kicked off the first pitch and were the theme of the limited edition Bobbleheads that were distributed to the fans.
The Mensch on Bench, which sold $ 29.99, appeared this year in the movie "Heading Home," a document on the indeterminate journey of the Israeli national team in baseball and was named the mascot.