Ask people to name their favorite Torah commentary and you’ll hear plenty of important works. But if you push a little harder and ask them to go back in time and think about the work that’s had the biggest impact, you may hear them sheepishly say, “The Little Midrash Says.” First published in 1986, The Little Midrash Says, written by Rabbi Moshe Weissman, has been the key tool for parents to introduce the Chumash to their children — and perhaps the most impactful are the memorable illustrations, pencil drawings of the mysterious Reb S. (Sigmund) Forst a”h, father of Rav Binyamin Forst of Far Rockaway, who was the forerunner of modern Jewish illustrators.