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  1. Gut Yom Tov Gut Yom Tov

    Gut Yom Tov

    This book tells the facinating stories of Chabad's nine most significant dates. Illustrated by attractive, colorful pictures and easy-to-read text, this book will clearly show you the meaning of Chabad's special days and give the whole family an amazing Chassidic experience. Learn More
  2. The Jewish Home The Jewish Home

    The Jewish Home

    As illuminated by Kabbalah & Chassidus A comprehensive handbook covering everything regarding the planning, starting and running of a Jewish home, customs, laws, explanations and guidelines. An ideal gift for the bride or groom to be. Learn More
  3. Shulchan Oruch Choshen Mishpat Vol 1 Shulchan Oruch Choshen Mishpat Vol 1

    Shulchan Oruch Choshen Mishpat Vol 1

    The sheer number of Jewish laws infuses everyday life with endless opportunities to touch the divine within. With this modern translation, the English-reading public can study Jewish law as taught by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the Alter Rebbe, from the original source. In this new edition, the translation page faces the newly reset Hebrew text. Notations appear when the Alter Rebbe`s rulings are at variance with Rabbi Yosef Karo`s Shulchan Aruch and when other halachic works cite the subject at hand. This handsome, hardbound volume is a desk-friendly format with a satin ribbon marker. Learn More
  4. Sichos of the Rebbe for Children - On The Three Weeks Sichos of the Rebbe for Children - On The Three Weeks
  5. On No Account On No Account

    On No Account

    When Yeshivas Ohel Torah is beset with financial problems, ugly rumors begin to circulate. The gossip spreads its tentacles, and the Kramer children learn firsthand the terrible ramifications of slander. Can they square their shoulders to battle the challenges standing in their path - and overcome them? Or will the cruel person causing heartbreak to them and so many others succeed in his evil ways? This is a story with roots in long-ago Russia, where the traitorous acts of a wayward son still reverberate so many years later. It's a tale of devotion and true friendship, in which the true-to-life characters learn the meaning of loyalty. This book will keep you turning pages until you reach its poignant and satisfying conclusion. Learn More
  6. Why Be Jewish? Why Be Jewish?

    Why Be Jewish?

    Knowledge and Inspiration for Jews of Today Why be Jewish? Strange question, perhaps. After all, if you’re Jewish … you’re Jewish. And yet, the question is not as strange as it once was. An increasing number of people regard being Jewish – and certainly openly identifying as such – as a lifestyle choice rather than an unchangeable fact. Jewish identity no longer survives automatically. To stay Jewish today, one needs to find his or her own reasons why our heritage is important, inspirational, and relevant. Bestselling author Doron Kornbluth travels to over 50 cities a year inspiring all types of audiences about their Jewish identity. Taking on the voices, perspectives, and interests of Jews of all ages and backgrounds. Inspirational, funny, and thought-provoking – this book is ideal for Kiruv Rechokim, Kiruv Krovim, and Chizuk for anyone. Learn More
  7. TWERSKI ON MACHZOR - Rosh Hashanah TWERSKI ON MACHZOR - Rosh Hashanah

    TWERSKI ON MACHZOR - Rosh Hashanah

    The Rosh Hashanah prayer service. So many hours. So many prayers. Here's one way to make them more meaningful to us. Twerski on Machzor Imagine having a wise, experienced, compassionate friend sitting next to you as you pray on Rosh Hashanah, quietly sharing insights and inspirational stories to help you get the most out of the prayer experience. You can. His name is Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski MD. And he's here with you, in Twerski on Machzor, to help you discover the depth and meaning of the Rosh Hashanah Machzor. Through stories and explanations, we begin to learn so many things about Rosh Hashanah and its prayers: How can we relate to Hashem as our King? As our Father? As both at the same time? Why does the word tefillah mean so much than merely a prayer? Why do we eat symbolic foods on Rosh Hashanah; aren't our prayers enough? What is the highest honor a person can attain? And why do we try to attain it on Rosh Hashanah? World-renowned psychiatrist, bestselling author, and beloved rav, Rabbi Dr. Twerski has been guiding us for decades. And now, with Twerski on Machzor, we can take him to synagogue with us on Rosh Hashanah, to ensure a meaningful prayer experience - and a very happy new year. Learn More
  8. Out Of The Depths -A Memoir- Rabbi Israel Meir Lau Out Of The Depths -A Memoir- Rabbi Israel Meir Lau

    Out Of The Depths -A Memoir- Rabbi Israel Meir Lau

    With a foreword by Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel! Israel Meir Lau, one of the youngest survivors of Buchenwald, was just eight years old when the camp was liberated in 1945. Descended from a 1,000-year unbroken chain of rabbis, he grew up to become Chief Rabbi of Israel--and like many of the great rabbis, Lau is a master storyteller. Out of the Depths is his harrowing, miraculous, and inspiring account of life in one of the Nazis' deadliest concentration camps, and how he managed to survive against all possible odds. Lau, who lost most of his family in the Holocaust, also chronicles his life after the war, including his emigration to Mandate Palestine during a period that coincides with the development of the State of Israel. The story continues up through today, with that once-lost boy of eight now a brilliant, charismatic, and world-revered figure who has visited with Popes John Paul and Benedict; the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, and countless global leaders including Ronald Reagan, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Tony Blair. Learn More
  9. I Go to the Dentist I Go to the Dentist

    I Go to the Dentist

    Lively and colorful, I Go to the Dentist is just the book parents need to prepare young children for their very first dental checkup! Step by step, the rhyming text explains everything a child will encounter during a visit to the dentist’s office… from the cleaning and the x-rays to the special tools and little round sink. The friendly dentist in the story stresses that good dental hygiene and regular checkups represent one way we can do the mitzva of guarding our health. And of course, there’s always a prize waiting at the end! The latest title in Hachai Publishing’s acclaimed Toddler Experience Series, I Go to the Dentist presents this first visit as an interesting and fun, reducing any stress that a child might feel. A must have for every home and preschool! Learn More
  10. The Family Shabbos Book - Bereishis 1 The Family Shabbos Book - Bereishis 1

    The Family Shabbos Book - Bereishis 1

    Stories, Comics, Brainteasers, Torah Thoughts, and More, on the Weekly Parashah Looking for some wholesome, Torah-true Shabbos entertainment? Wish you had a way to experience a more family-oriented, uplifting, tranquil Shabbos? The Family Shabbos Book is your answer! This is the first volume of an exciting parashah series. Divided into six sections — one for each of the first six parshiyos of Chumash Bereishis — The Family Shabbos Book combines a wealth of information and the rare talent of three exceptional artists in one book: Gadi Pollack, Yoni Gerstein and Gold. Parashah trivia, challenging brain teasers and interesting tidbits; delectable recipes, inspiring stories, comics and biographies, every week is jam-packed with entertainment, fun, and beauty for the whole family to share. Like its title, this book is perfect for the entire family — from comics fans to riddle mavens; from the budding talmid chacham to the young balebusta; there is something here for everyone. This first volume contains parshiyos Bereishis through Toldos. Learn More

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