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  1. Passover by Design Passover by Design

    Passover by Design

    In this fifth cookbook in the celebrated Kosher by Design series, Susie Fishbein makes Passover preparations elegantly simple. Featuring a blend of Passover-adjusted Kosher by Design favorites, with over thirty brand-new recipes and full-color photos, this is one cookbook you'll love to use throughout the holiday. Also includes over 130 gluten-free recipes which makes this the perfect year-round cookbook for those on a gluten-free diet. - Over 30 brand-new recipes, many developed with kosher catering star, Moshe David - Over 130 Kosher by Design favorites reformulated and retested for Passover - Over 140 full-color images throughout, with over 40 brand-new photos - Quick and easy table decor and entertaining ideas - Useful, year-round healthy cooking techniques - Comprehensive index for easy cross-referencing Learn More
  2. Pirkei Avot - Ethics of the Fathers Memorial Edition Pirkei Avot - Ethics of the Fathers Memorial Edition

    Pirkei Avot - Ethics of the Fathers Memorial Edition

    Pirkei Avot - Ethics of the Fathers Memorial Edition FEATURING: Anthology of the classics: Rashi, Rambam, Bartenura, Maharal and hundreds of other commentaries Insights from the Chasidic Masters Biographies of the Tannaim Stories and Parables Historical backgrounds Original artwork The Talmud states "One who wishes to be a chasid, should practice the words of Avot (Ethics of the Fathers)." Now, with the release of Pirkei Avot: With a New Commentary, Anthologized from the works of the Classic Commentators and the Chasidic Masters, that daunting task has become that much easier. Compiled by well-known author and translator Rabbi Yosef Marcus, and published by the Lubavitch publishing house, Kehot Publication Society, the volume gives the reader a comprehensive and fundamental understanding of Pirkie Avot. Anthologized from hundreds of commentators, classic to obscure, the commentary is crowned with the insights culled from the voluminous works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe and his predecessors. Printed in elegant two-color with original artwork, and issued in a deluxe gift edition as the "Rabbi Gavriel and Rivky Holtzberg Memorial Edition" it was dedicated by Howard and Claire Glowinsky of Toronto, Canada, in honor of the Bar Mitzvah on their son Benji. The publishers hope that this volume will contribute to the appreciation of the wisdom of Ethics of the Fathers and its application to modern, daily life. Learn More
  3. The Laws of Pesach A Digest - 2014 The Laws of Pesach A Digest - 2014

    The Laws of Pesach A Digest - 2014

    The Laws of Pesach A Digest - 2014 by Rabbi Avrohom Blumenkrantz, ztl Updated yearly, this most popular and definitive guide to the laws of Passover also contains the most comprehensive list of permitted foods, household products, and medications for Passover. Also includes articles on pertinent halachac topics. Learn More
  4. Let My Nation Go Let My Nation Go

    Let My Nation Go

    Let My Nation Go Transport yourself back in time and relive the Pesach miracle. This dramatic, vivid narrative tells the story of the slavery in Egypt, and the wondrous Exodus we experienced, in a captivating, novel-like style, based on Talmudic and Midrashic sources. Here we witness the harsh decrees, the miracles of the Ten Plagues, the thunderous splitting of the sea, and the entire Passover saga. Extensively researched and annotated. Learn More
  5. Shulchan Chag-שולחן חג Shulchan Chag-שולחן חג

    Shulchan Chag-שולחן חג

    Shulchan Chag-שולחן חג שולחן חג הינו ספר נוסף והמשך לסדרת הספרים המבוקשת "שולחן שבת" בעריכת הרב מנחם ברוד הספר מביא את שיחותיו של הרבי על חגי ישראל בשפה ברורה וקולחת ובתימצות Learn More
  6. Shvach Hamoadim Shvach Hamoadim

    Shvach Hamoadim

    Shevach Hamoadim offers the reader a legalistic guide to the Jewish festivals, enhanced by descriptions of the Lubavitch customs relating to the various rituals. From the spiritual preparation associated with the High Holidays to the intricate technicalities involved in preparing for and observing Passover, Shevach Hamoadim takes the reader through the Jewish calendar, and provides the means for a fuller, more wholesome observance of the Jewish festivals. A comprehensive glossary complements this book, with clear definitions and explanations of unfamiliar terms and phrases. Learn More
  7. A Spiritual Guide to the Counting of the Omer A Spiritual Guide to the Counting of the Omer

    A Spiritual Guide to the Counting of the Omer

    A Spiritual Guide to the Counting of the Omer explores the 49 days from Passover to Shavuot. A time that has always been a period of spiritual elevation and self-fulfillment is further enhanced with the mystical poetry and accessible day-by-day guide of Counting of the Omer. It will change your life and empower you to achieve a state of spiritual fulfillment and emotional refinement in 49 simple yet profound steps. It is a must have for schools, synagogues, libraries, and bookstores! Available in Hebrew and English. Learn More
  8. On This Night On This Night

    On This Night

    In this inspired picture book, all the steps of the Passover Seder are described in lovely rhyming verses. The evocative, full color illustrations truly capture the childhood joy of this meaningful family gathering... and the feeling that, on this night, we are the ones coming out of Egypt all over again! On This Night is one of those classics that belong on every child's bookshelf, to treasure and enjoy. Journey through the Seder, step by step, and even the youngest boys and girls will be prepared for this special night. A bonus chart at the back of the book lists the steps of the Seder in order, with brief explanations of each. Learn More
  9. Pesach Guess Who? Pesach Guess Who?
  10. Touch of Passover - French (Pessa'h Sur Le Bout Des Doigts) Touch of Passover - French (Pessa'h Sur Le Bout Des Doigts)

    Touch of Passover - French (Pessa'h Sur Le Bout Des Doigts)

    Join A Touch of Passover`s wide-eyed illustrated kids as they pat and prod their way through the symbols of the Passover Seder. Curious fingers will be unable to resist the bumpy matzah, leafy bitter maror, sticky wine droplets and more. Boys and girls are equally represented and impishly drawn to accompany the simple but engaging text. Printed on tough board book with wipe-able pages, A Touch of Passover will survive to be enjoyed throughout many Seders. Learn More

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