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Your youngsters are 4,5,6 years old.
They are just beginning to daven and you want them to enjoy the “Siddur and Tehillim experience” – because you know that if they love it when they are little, they will appreciate davening more and more as they get older and more mature.
The Siddur and Tehillim were compiled by Shmuel Blitz, in consultation with master teachers.
It has the basic prayers with which children begin their lives.
The translations and instructions are on their level. And they’ll be fascinated by all the “Did you Knows” and “Closer Looks”. (So will you!)
And Tova Katz’s illustrations are lovely and enticing. They’ll keep children coming back to this Siddur again and again.
We know they will get heavy, heavy use -- that’s why this Siddur and Tehillim have a strong binding and a stain-proof cover.
If you have a child, a grandchild, a niece or nephew, or you want to see a big smile on a little face – get them this Siddur. It is great investment in a youngster’s future!
$31.99A Prayer book for our times, it speaks to today's Jew, relating the thoughts and words of our heritage to the mind and heart of modern, sophisticated Jews.Visit product page →
- The complete Hebrew text completely reset in crisp, modern type
- Scriptural sources
- Clear, concise instructions
- Hebrew subheads
- New, highly readable English translation of the entire prayer services
- A clear, inspirational commentary on every prayer, and an introductory overview providing perspective and insight
- Attractive, clear page layouts
- Lightweight, easy-to-handle opaque paper
- Special sections explaining in detail the laws of the prayer service and all special customs and observances
- Prayer services that are easy for everyone to follow
- Deluxe, gold-embossed binding to last for generations
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It's easy to pray with meaning in Hebrew with the new interlinear format developed by Artscroll to give you maximum comprehension with minimum effort.
How can this new format help you?
See for yourself!
- Your eyes never budge from the Hebrew word
- You view Hebrew and English simultaneously
- Your concentration is unbroken
- You focus on the meaning of the prayer, because you see the translation as you pray
- As your eye sweeps over each line of print, it notes the precise English definition of every word printed just below the Hebrew.
- When you come to a word you do not understand, the English translation is right there word by word, so you easily absorb the meaning and move on.
The secret of this remarkable innovation is the row of arrows between the English words. This visual device keeps your eye moving right to left, right along with the Hebrew, even though you are reading in English!
This system is so effective that Artscroll is having it patented.
The more you use the Interlinear editions, the more you learn to associate Hebrew and English terms, become aware of nuances of meaning, even discover grammatical patterns.
The result is increased comprehension of Hebrew in every context.
Whatever your level of Hebrew knowledge, you can keep up with the service and participate in meaningful prayer.
The Interlinear Series brings you Artscroll's tradition of excellence in translation, a masterfully written commentary, clear, concise instructions and comprehensive Laws sections.
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The first in the Magerman Educational Siddur Series, The Koren Children's Siddur created for the early elementary grades, combines stimulating and beautiful illustrations with thought-provoking educational components on each page to provide teachers and parents with an educational resource as much as a conventional siddur.You may also be interested in An Educator's Companion to the Koren Children's Siddur which has been created for parents and teachers in order to maximize the educational potential of this beginner's siddur.
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The Koren Sacks Siddur is the first new Orthodox Hebrew/English siddur in a generation.
The siddur exemplifies Koren's traditions of textual accuracy and intuitive graphic design, and offers an illuminating translation, introduction and commentary by one of the world's leading Jewish thinkers, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks.
It is the only Orthodox siddur that includes: prayers for the state of Israel, its soldiers and national holidays, and a halakhic guide for visitors; prayers following childbirth and upon the birth of a daughter; a modern translation, and citations of modern authorities.
Published in cooperation with the Orthodox Union.
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This colorful, illustrated siddur makes tefillot fun and accessible for children aged 3-6.
Created with the Israeli educational organization MiBereshit, the siddur includes 28 short tefillot, from Modeh Ani through Shema, Adon Alom, Kiddush, Birkat Hamazon and more.
Your children will love joining well-known, Israeli cartoon characters Effy and Noa on their happy adventures through the siddur.
The siddur is in Hebrew and is suitable for all Edot.
Haggadahs R Us
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Siddur Nehalel beShabbat is the full Shabbat siddur in the new Nehalel series.
Modeled on the vastly popular Nevarech bencher, Nehalel brings its groundbreaking format to the complete siddur.
Stunning photographs are juxtaposed throughout with the texts, but not merely as decoration. The images wake us up to the contents of our prayers by portraying their meanings.
The wholly traditional, beautifully set Hebrew text is superbly readable, and laden also with clear symbols for kamatz katan, sheva na, stressed syllable and more.
Its new English translation by Michael Haruni, while devotedly faithful to the Hebrew, reveals the tefilah as elegant and vividly contemporary.
Siddur Nehalel beShabbat is more than just an aesthetic delight: it realizes, as possibly no siddur before, the potency of our liturgy for an alert and heartfelt parlance with our Creator.
Robustly modern in its devices yet thoroughly committed to tradition, Siddur Nehalel beShabbat is, first and foremost, a siddur for praying with.
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In the spirit of the traditional "Korban Minchah" Siddur, the unique Siddur used by Jewish Women for generations - we proudly present, The Klein Edition Siddur Ohel Sarah - The Women's Siddur
As a woman why would YOU want this Siddur?
You get all the benefits of the Classic Hebrew/English ArtScroll Siddur plus all these great additions:
- An inspiring new Overview by Rabbi Nosson Scherman
- Integrated Halachic sections and instructions for women
- Women's Halachic guidelines for Shabbos and Yom Tov candle lighting, separating challah, Kiddush, Havdalah and much more...
Additional hard-to-find prayers NOT found in a regular Siddur, including prayers for:
- Wedding day
- Pregnancy and childbirth
- Raising Children
- When visiting Holy places in Israel
Perek Shirah and Iggeres HaRamban - with English translation
The entire Tehillim/Psalms in an easy-to- read font size
The perfect gift for a Bas Mitzvah, Kallah, graduate, etc.
Heirloom edition: Printed on acid-free paper that will not yellow. Side-sewn and ultra-reinforced for generations of use.
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The masterful, world-renowned translation, commentary, and instructions are now available in a beautiful new Russian translation, produced and reviewed by scholars from the former Soviet Union.
The perfect gift for those precious brothers and sisters groping for authentic Judaism, or as a meaningful contribution to your synagogue for use by Russian mispallelim.
Let them share and enjoy the Siddur that is revolutionizing Tefillah for Jews throughout the world. They'll be grateful and you'll be overjoyed!
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New, emended edition with annotations in English.
Crisp, new lettering, a plethora of source notes, a handy chart that spells out when prayers may be interrupted, halachic how-tos, and Chabad custom pointers enhance this brand new edition of the Nusach Ari Siddur and Tehillim.
Page flipping is minimized by thoughtful details such as the inclusion of the full Kaddish text for each recitation and the printing of the appropriate 'korbanot' sections before the weekday and Shabbat mincha services
With textured leather-like binding and raised gilt lettering on the cover, the siddur is a magnificent marriage of the art of prayer and the art of book design
Publisher: Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch.
Dimensions: 4.25 x 6.25 inches
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A new "chinuch" siddur for the early grades, designed in consultation with scores of principals and primary-grade teachers.
Unsurpassed in beauty, sturdiness, and design.
Large, clear type; reinforced binding; numbered lines; simplified instructions in English; wide spaces between lines; prayers for the Sabbath, Festivals and High Holy Days; Torah readings for weekdays, fast days and Festivals; and more.
Now with library reinforced binding
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Designed especially for youth.
Not only does it contain all the tefillos you need for davening, it will also help you learn how to daven.
Davening is so much more then just saying the words. It also means thinking about Hashem and about your connection to him.
There are many exciting new features in this siddur which will help you learn how to daven like a real chossid.
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Can't read Hebrew yet? It's for you!
Want the translation in front of you, phrase by phrase?
Want it all, including an Artscroll commentary?
Want a Siddur to introduce your friends to Judaism?
Want illuminating essays on every part of the prayers?
Want clear instructions as the prayers proceed? Then this siddur is for you!
This Siddur has the crisp, clean, creative Artscroll typeface and layout.
The transliteration follows the Orthodox Union's phenomenally successful NCSY formula.
The translation is from and the commentary distills the best of Artscroll's classic Siddur.
New introductory essays by Rabbi Benjamin Yudin exemplify his unique blend of scholarship and warmth.
This is a Siddur that belongs in every household and synagogue especially those with open arms to people who are sincerely searching for their Jewish roots.
With the Seif Edition Siddur in their hands, no guests need ever feel like strangers in an Orthodox shul.
See it. Try it. You'll want to have it. And you should!
Published in conjunction with The Orthodox Union. Translation and commentary by Rabbi Nosson Scherman; Introductory essays by Rabbi Benjamin Yudin
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Caught in the hustle and bustle of daily life, and influenced by the surrounding secular culture, our involvement with Torah and mitzvos can sometimes lapse into a mechanical routine.
A good “booster shot” of Torah, Talmud, and the wisdom of our Sages, is a sure way to energize these acts of habit.
In The Siddur Speaks to Us, Rabbi Tzvi Yehudah Gottlieb, an accomplished talmid chacham, presents sixty-six short essays, easy to read but breathtaking in their scope, which will refresh your appreciation for the richness of Judaism.
He uses our prayer book as a launching point to discuss many of the concepts fundamental to a Torah way of life — and inspires you to live an enhanced, more mindful spiritual life.