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  • The Sparkling Gift

    Feldheim

    The Sparkling Gift

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    Feldheim

    The Sparkling Gift

    $12.99

    The Sparkling Gift takes you to a place of wonder - the Midbar, where Hashem's boundless love for his children expressed itself in so very many ways — and tells the story of the special food sent there from Heaven.

    Based on the words of Chazal, each detail of the miraculous mon comes alive, radiating the warmth of Hakadosh Barch Hu's tender care, and awakening in the reader a deep sense of gratitude.

    Children and adults alike will delight in the breathtaking illustrations and musical rhyme and prose.

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  • Twelve Prophets / Trei Asar

    Artscroll

    Twelve Prophets / Trei Asar

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    Artscroll

    Twelve Prophets / Trei Asar

    $30.99

    Announcing a stellar new volume in the Milstein Edition of the Later Prophets

    All 12 books of Trei Asar / The Twelve Prophets in one volume.

    Following the pattern of the universally acclaimed Yeshayah / Isaiah, this new volume includes:

    •The universally acclaimed ArtScroll translation
    • A clear, broad-ranging, graceful commentary
    • Newly typeset Hebrew commentaries of Rashi, Radak, and Metzudos
    • Overview explaining the role of the prophets
    • Introductions and explanations of concepts and prophecies
    • Lightweight, opaque, acid-free paper; reinforced, sturdy binding
    • Gilded page headings; Ribbon place marker

    This volume comprises 200 years of prophecy, from Hoshea to Malachi; from passionate calls for repentance, warnings of destruction and exile, to exhilarating visions of the Second Temple, the Messianic Redemption, and the eternal Third Temple.

    These prophecies speak to every generation. They are timeless, lyrical and profound. Especially in a time of danger and hope, they remind us that we are always the people of Hashem - that He longs for us to be loyal to His Torah, that He will never abandon us, and that the Jewish people are destined for a brilliant future, no matter how dark the present may seem.

    Brilliantly edited and augmented by Rabbi Menachem Davis, based on the work of Rabbi Yitzchok Stavsky and Rabbi Mattis Roberts, this new volume does justice to the Text.

    The Overview by Rabbi Yosef Elias is a classic in its own right. Their work brings us new dimensions of understanding and beauty. It lets the verses speak to us - in language, in outlook, in aspiration for spiritual growth.

    This volume also includes the now-classic overview to the Book of Jonah, which sheds light not only on Jonah, but on the concept of Repentance and Yom Kippur, the day when Jonah is read.

    This is a volume that not only belongs in every Jewish library - it should be opened and absorbed by everyone who thirsts for the word of Hashem and a share in Jewish destiny.

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  • Trei Asar II / Twelve Prophets

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    Trei Asar II / Twelve Prophets

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    Artscroll

    Trei Asar II / Twelve Prophets

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    This volume comprises the last seven books of Trei Asar, the Twelve Prophets, beginning with the prophecies of Micah and concluding with those of Malachi.

    In its entirety, Trei Asar includes prophetic messages to the Jewish people - and to their neighbors and oppressors - spanning over two centuries.

    Most of these prophecies are stark, warning Israel of the destruction and exile that await it if it does not mend its sinful ways and it foretells the punishments that will befall Israel's enemies.

    These same prophets of a bitter future speak glowingly and movingly of God's indelible love of Israel and its eventual return to its Land - first with the building of the Second Temple and finally with the coming of Messiah and the eternal Third Temple.

    But these prophets speak not only to their contemporaries.

    They speak to us, for our Sages teach that though there were hundreds of thousands of prophets in ancient times, the only prophecies that were recorded and canonized in Scripture were those that were needed for future generations - for us!

    The chastisements for those who flout the commands of the Torah and the rewards awaiting those who obey are timeless.

    The prophecies are lyrical and profound, and the translation and commentary of Rabbi Yitzchok Stavsky does them justice.

    He presents us with another jewel in the crown of commentary that has made the ArtScroll Tanach Series so appreciated by those who seek to understand the Torah as our sages and teachers have understood it through the centuries.

    The last three prophets in this volume - Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi - were members of the Great Assembly, which led the return to Eretz Yisrael and the construction of the Second Temple. Thus, the volume ends with an exultant harbinger of the future, when in the stirring, concluding words of Malachi: Remember the Torah of Moses My servant . . . Behold I send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and awesome day of Hashem. May this prophecy be fulfilled speedily in our days.

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  • Torah Insights

    Lambda Publishers

    Torah Insights

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    Lambda Publishers

    Torah Insights

    $19.95

    Professor Nehama Leibowitz's essays and lessons in this volume give depth and insight into such Torah topics as the twelve spies, the near sacrifice of Isaac, Joseph and his brothers, and much more.

    Translated from the Hebrew, this book will interest teachers and educators as well as those truly interested in serious Torah study.

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  • Torah Anthology Nach Set

    Moznaim Publishing

    Torah Anthology Nach Set

    $525.00

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    Moznaim Publishing

    Torah Anthology Nach Set

    $525.00

    The encyclopedic commentary of Me’am Lo’ez, translated by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan.

    The Torah Anthology is a clear, modern translation of Me'am Lo'ez, hailed as "the outstanding work of Ladino literature."

    Written by Rabbi Yaakov Culi, one of the greatest Sephardic sages of his times, the book was first published in 1730.

    It changed the spiritual climate of the entire Mediterranean region. Eastern Jews esteemed Me'am Lo'ez as a major classic, affording it the same status as the Talmud and Mishnah.

    Reading it each day was a religious duty; it was a highly popular text for synagogue classes held each evening.

    Many count Me'am Lo'ez among the best commentaries ever written on the Torah - in any language.

    The book is a veritable encyclopedia of Jewish knowledge.

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  • To Study And To Teach

    Lambda Publishers

    To Study And To Teach

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    Lambda Publishers

    To Study And To Teach

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    In this book, Shmuel Peerless, a long-time student of Nechama Leibowitz’s, systematically presents the respected scholar’s unique approach to Torah instruction, organizing some of her methodological teachings and pedagogical techniques in a manner that makes them easily accessible to teachers and students of textual study alike.

    The information provided in this volume is collected and extrapolated from Leibowitz’s lectures, published writings, and gilyonot—the study sheets on the weekly Torah portion she disseminated to students worldwide.

    This book helps to preserve Nechama Leibowitz the teacher, the scholar, and the personality as an inspiration for future generations of teachers and students.

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  • To Live And Live Again

    Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch

    To Live And Live Again

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    Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch

    To Live And Live Again

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    Rabbi Dubov`s research gleans from the Tanach, Talmud, Midrash, Halachah, Kabbalah and Chassidus, and echoes the underlying harmony of these seemingly diverse disciplines as repeatedly demonstrated in the published talks and letters of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

    The chapter headings of this work indicate its imposing scope, ranging from "The Purpose of Creation" to "Reincarnation," from "Life After the Resurrection" to "Who Will Rise?"

    The volume concludes with the full translated text of two related maamarim first delivered by the Rebbe: "To Understand the Concept of Techiyas HaMeisim, the Resurrection of the Dead", and "All Israel Have a Share in the World to Come

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  • The Value Of Human Life

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    The Value Of Human Life

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    The Value Of Human Life

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    Just how valuable is human life?

    The scientist has one opinion; the physician another; the patient probably an entirely separate view. But as Torah Jews, this is a question of paramount importance-and the critical importance of answering it is more pressing than ever. As medicine and science advance to new heights, Jewish medical ethics surge to the fore with new urgency.

    At the first International Conference on Jewish Medical Ethics in Switzerland in 2008, leading experts in the field gathered to discuss this vital subject, giving a Torah perspective on a pressing contemporary issue with vast ramifications.

    This book is a compilation of some of the fascinating lectures delivered at this conference, bringing some of the most prominent experts in the field and their insights.

    Included are the words of Professor Abraham S. Abraham, Rabbi J. David Bleich, Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Halperin, Prof. Avraham Steinberg, and Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz, who share their thoughts on such critical topics as pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, stem cell research, organ transplants, brain death, palliative care, and triage in Jewish law.

    The breadth and depth of this book make it a must-read, not only for health professionals, but for every Jew who seeks to be informed on cutting-edge issues of life and death.

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  • The Torah For Dummies

    Jonathon David Co

    The Torah For Dummies

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    Jonathon David Co

    The Torah For Dummies

    $21.99

    An easy-to-understand introduction to Judaism's most sacred text

    The foundation of Hebrew and Jewish religion, thought, law, and society is the Torah-the parchment scroll containing the text of the Five Books of Moses that is located in every synagogue.

    This accessible guide explains the Torah in clear language, even to those who were not raised in the Jewish religious tradition.

    Christians who want to know more about the Jewish roots of Christianity need to understand the Torah, as do followers of Islamic tradition and those interested in the roots of Abrahamic faiths.

    The Torah For Dummies explains the history of the Torah, its structure and major principles, and how the Torah affects the daily lives of people who follow the Jewish way of life.

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  • The Torah Book Of Opposites

    Hachai

    The Torah Book Of Opposites

    $7.95

    In this big, colorful board book, a charming cast of characters illustrates important aspects of our beloved Torah.

    The Torah goes in and out of the Aron Hakodesh… …there are BIG Torahs for the grownups and SMALL ones for kids… …we lift the Torah UP, then gently put it DOWN.

    “Letters, BLACK; Parchment, WHITE; OPEN wide, CLOSED up tight!”

    The Torah Book of Opposites is the perfect Jewish concept book for babies and toddlers!

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  • The Living Nach (Various Volumes)

    Moznaim Publishing

    The Living Nach (Various Volumes)

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    Moznaim Publishing

    The Living Nach (Various Volumes)

    $30.00

     

    Volume 2: Later Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, NAhum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi

    Clear and modern English translation based on traditional Jewish sources, along with notes, maps, bibliography, and index.

     

    Volume 3: Ketuvim

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  • The Koren Classic Tanakh

    Koren Publishers

    The Koren Classic Tanakh

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    Koren Publishers

    The Koren Classic Tanakh

    $29.95

    The Koren Tanakh is a new, revised edition of the celebrated Koren Jerusalem Bible.

    The Tanakh retains the superb translation, text divisions, chapter and verse numbers and transliterated personal and place names that made the Koren Jerusalem Bible famous, and introduces new typesetting and more than 30 color maps.

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  • The Gilded Cage

    Shlomie Freundlich

    The Gilded Cage

    $23.99

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    Shlomie Freundlich

    The Gilded Cage

    $23.99

    Culled from the rich Jewish tradition, comes the story of Queen Esther, as you never heard before.
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  • The Daily Halacha

    Artscroll

    The Daily Halacha

    $49.99

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    Artscroll

    The Daily Halacha

    $49.99

    The Daily Halacha is a thoroughly original and thought-provoking new book by one of the Syrian community's most dynamic and inspiring young leaders, Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

    Written in the style of the renowned Ben Ish Hai, the book features a brief, yet powerful, discourse on each week's parasha

    Taken individually or as a whole, the essays deliver a timely and compelling message regarding the Torah Jew's role in the modern world

    Interwoven between each parasha are halachot -- over 300, in total -- that are applicable to every person's daily life.

    Presented mainly in question-and-answer format, the halachot cover such topics as avelut, berachot, berit mila, kashrut, tefila and more

    The book also includes extensive responses on Shabbat as well as on general topics like avoiding anger, use of nicknames, business ethics

    Many of the halachos discussed present the accepted Ashkenazi practice in addition to the Sefaradi tradition, and each response is replete with the sources for the Halachic rulings

    Comprehensive bibliographical and biographical appendices are provided at the end of the book

    Sefaradi and Ashkenazi readers alike are sure to appreciate the beautifully-written and illuminating essays in The Daily Halacha and will undoubtedly come away with broader knowledge and a deeper understanding of halacha

    Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11 inches"

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  • The Brass Serpent

    Israel Book Shop

    The Brass Serpent

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    The Brass Serpent

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    The Israelites wandering the desert complain to Moses and refuse to listen to God.

    God sends a plague of snakes to attack the people. When Moses pleads with God to have mercy, He sends Moses a Brass Snake which Moses lifts on his staff.

    All those who look at the snake are healed; those who refuse to do so, die. The scales of the snake are used for the Temple doors a thousand years later.

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  • The Beast That Crouches At The Door

    CIS Publishers

    The Beast That Crouches At The Door

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    CIS Publishers

    The Beast That Crouches At The Door

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    What are we to learn from the narratives in the Torah?

    • A walking, talking snake.
    • A tree that bears mysterious knowledge of Good and Evil.
    • A mark upon Cain for all to see.

    The early narratives in the Book of Genesis are familiar to us from childhood, yet the meaning of these stories often seem maddeningly elusive.

    For example: By forbidding Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge, did God really not want mankind to be able to distinguish right from wrong?

    This book examines the early stories in the Book of Genesis, calling attention to the big questions that bother us all, as well as to the hidden subtleties of text and language.

    As clues and questions are pieced together, deeper layers of meaning begin to emerge.

    In the end, the reader gains an experience in the richness and depth of Torah, and a profound confrontation with concepts that define the core of what it means to be a Jew.

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  • Tanach 3 Volume Pocket Edition Slipcase

    Artscroll

    Tanach 3 Volume Pocket Edition Slipcase

    $49.99

    The full Hebrew and English text, notes, diagrams, maps, and index, just like the full-size edition.

    Take a volume with you on a plane or train, keep it on your desk, pull it out and read it when you have minutes begging to be filled constructively.

    See what the prophets have to say - every day - and feel the inspiration.

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  • Stone Chumash Medium Size Set

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    Stone Chumash Medium Size Set

    $79.99

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    Stone Chumash Medium Size Set

    $79.99

    A great thing becomes smaller and smaller.

    Now, the one-volume Stone Edition of The Chumash grows to five volumes, and shrinks to 6-1/2" x 8".

    Each of the volumes has its own index, all the haftarahs, and appropriate Megillos.

    And each set comes in a beautiful matching slip-case.

    Convenient to use, they make beautiful gifts for yourself or someone you know. For gifts, travel, and shul

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  • Soft Sefardi Torah

    Art Judaica

    Soft Sefardi Torah

    $17.99

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    Soft Sefardi Torah

    $17.99

  • Shmuel Alef-Beis Rubin Edition

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    Shmuel Alef-Beis Rubin Edition

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    Shmuel Alef-Beis Rubin Edition

    $30.99

    You know and use the Stone Edition, which has become the standard English-language Chumash.

    But what about the rest of the Written Torah, the Prophets and the Writings?

    Where can we go for a sweeping understanding of the text, as understood by the Sages and the classic commentators presented in a way that makes it both accessible and enjoyable to scholar and layman alike?

    The first volume of the Rubin Edition Joshua/Judges provided the answer.
    Thanks to the brilliance of the ArtScroll/Mesorah team of scholars and writers led by Rabbi Nosson Scherman  the tradition continues, with The Rubin Edition of I Samuel and II Samuel in one volume. This translation and commentary on the Prophets is sweeping the English-speaking world, providing new dimensions of understanding and beauty. 
    It not only brings the verses alive, it makes them speak to us in language, in outlook, in aspiration for spiritual growth.

    This outstanding new work has an unprecedented array of features:

    • A highly regarded new English translation, firmly grounded in traditional sources  
    • A commentary culled from classic sources and presented gracefully and literately  
    • Newly set Hebrew commentaries of Rashi, Radak, and Metzudos Tzion and Dovid, so you can study on many levels  
    • Newly set, accurate Hebrew text of the Tanach  
    •  Introductions and explanations of difficult concepts  
    • Lightweight, opaque, acid-free paper, for decades of use  
    • Gilded page heads  
    • Ribbon place-marker

    PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!

    Among the many topics in this volume are:
    HannahÆs prayer 
    l The emergence of Samuel l The destruction of Shilo l The mistaken demand for a king and SamuelÆs strong response l Saul, the first king l David ù the shepherd is anointed and kills Goliath SaulÆs pursuit of flight l David and Jonathan l SaulÆs defeat and death l David becomes king lThe Ark comes to Jerusalem Bath-Sheba and Uriah The rebellions of Absalem and Sheba ben Bichri The Gibeonites grisly demand DavidÆs magnificent songs l The tragic census l DavidÆs final battles An overview on DavidÆs greatness

    To see 12 sample pages including the complete index click HERE

    Also available:  The Rubin Edition of Joshua/Judges 

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  • Shmuel 2 - Family Midrash Says

    Bnay Yaakov

    Shmuel 2 - Family Midrash Says

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    Bnay Yaakov

    Shmuel 2 - Family Midrash Says

    $21.95

    The Second Book of Shmuel continues the fascinating life story of the greatest of all Jewish kings, David.

    We read how he conquered Yerushalayim; about Uza's tragic death; David's numerous battles against enemy nations, his marriage to Bas Sheva; the birth of Shlomo; his son Avshalom's rebellion; and much more.

    Not only are we deeply touched by the unfolding events, we simultaneously absorb some of the eternal lessons contained in the Books of the Prophets.

    Recommended from age 10 and up.

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  • Sapirstein Rashi: 5 Volume Set (or individual books)

    Artscroll

    Sapirstein Rashi: 5 Volume Set (or individual books)

    $29.99

    Rashi's classic commentary on the Torah, presented with a level of clarity and understanding you never thought possible.

    • What textual difficulty troubled Rashi?
    • Why did he choose this particular comment?
    • What of Ramban's objection?
    • How does the Torah's language indicate Rashi's p'shat?
    • To which passage in the Targum does Rashi refer?

    Anyone who studies Rashi, "the father of all commentators,'' will have questions like these.

    Behind the deceptive simplicity of Rashi is a depth and clarity that has engaged the minds of great scholars for over eight hundred years.

    In this brilliant new treatment, Rashi is presented in the manner of the Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud, the method that has won praise the world over:

    • Chumash text, translated according to Rashi
    • The full and accurate text of Rashi and Onkelos
    • The literal translation of Rashi, highlighted and interwoven with explanatory words and phrases to ease and clarify the flow of Rashi's text
    • Notes on Rashi, including questions, answers, sources, and elucidations
    • Written by an expert on Rashi, in collaboration with a group of outstanding scholars
    • 7" x 10" page size
    • Reinforced binding For teachers. For students. For parents. For anyone seeking a clear and thorough knowledge of Chumash-Rashi.
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  • Samuel 2

    Israel Book Shop

    Samuel 2

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    Israel Book Shop

    Samuel 2

    $19.95

    In the book of Samuel II, David assumes the kingdom at Hebron.

    His preparation for rule over all of Israel.

    David's rule; his wars, victories, conquests; his private life; the rebellions against him. Nathan and Gad.

    This invaluable aid to learning Tanach is used by students around the world!

    It provides the benefit of owning two books in one, since this volume features the complete Hebrew Mikraoth Gedoloth Navi plus facing pages contain a concise, modern English translation of the text with extensive commentary.

    Each and every Rashi is translated, in addition to selections from the Ramban, Sforno, Rashbam, Ibn Ezra, from Talmudic and Midrashic sources, and from numerous other commentaries never before translated.

    Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, zt"l, gave his unstinting approbation to this now classic series on the Prophets & Writings.

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  • Rav Schwab On Iyov

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    Rav Schwab On Iyov

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    Rav Schwab On Iyov

    $29.99

    Rabbi Shimon Schwab was one of the giants of the Rabbinate. His combination of wisdom, eloquence and depth were unexcelled - as was his uncanny ability to frame his profundity in terms that everyone can understand.

    This magnificent work, adapted from the Rav's shiurim by his eldest son, Moshe Schwab, contains Rav Schwab's commentary on the Book of Iyov/Job, surely one of the most difficult Books in all of Scripture.

    It is a masterpiece. It will open wide the gates of understanding to some of life's most perplexing issues, issues that confront thinking people in every era.

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  • Rav Schwab on Ezra and Nechemia

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    Rav Schwab on Ezra and Nechemia

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    Rav Schwab on Ezra and Nechemia

    $29.99

    A brilliant look at the return to Zion after the Babylonian Exile, by a giant of his generation.

    The Babylonian Exile was coming to an end, and Hashem sent the Jews two great leaders to lead them home: Ezra, venerable Torah sage who led the returnees back to their Land and their Torah; and Nechemiah, the fearless leader who fought for the dignity of Jerusalem and the Temple.

    For close to two years, in a weekly Torah class, Rav Shimon Schwab zt"l turned his legendary brilliance and eloquence to Sefer Ezra and Nechemiah.

    The erudite and beloved Rav of K'hal Adas Yeshurun, one of the foremost Torah scholars of his day, used the insights of the Sages and Torah commentators to place the story in historical context and to highlight its ethical and moral teachings.

    Rav Schwab's eldest son, Rabbi Moshe Schwab, has adapted these lectures in a fascinating and illuminating verse-by-verse commentary.

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  • Rashi:  A Light After The Dark

    Sisu Home Entertainment

    Rashi: A Light After The Dark

    $19.99

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    Rashi: A Light After The Dark

    $19.99

    What was it like in the times of Rashi?

    From Crusades to intrigue with the King of France, you'll be swept away by this exciting comic-book, chock- a-block full of beautifully drawn and colorful graphics.

    Rashi HaKadosh: A Light After the Dark Ages combines history with heart-stopping entertainment, and illustrates his role in the development of Torah study.

    Another must-have for home and school libraries!

    Written by reknown historian Rabbi Berel Wein. Nominated for Sydney Taylor Award for Outstanding Jewish literature

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  • Rashi Devarim 3 Volume Set

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    Rashi Devarim 3 Volume Set

    $18.99

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    Rashi Devarim 3 Volume Set

    $18.99

    The ever popular and widely acclaimed Sapirstein Edition of Rashi is now available in convenient, personal-size booklets that fit in your pocket or purse.

    The Sapirstein Edition Rashi presents the classic commentary on the Torah with a level of clarity and understanding that you never thought possible.

    What textual difficulty troubled Rashi?

    Why did he choose a particular comment?

    How does the Torah's language indicate Rashi's p'shat?

    Anyone who studies Rashi will have questions like these, and this brilliant treatment, that includes questions, answers, sources and elucidations, has won praise the world over.

    Now, it is available in a size (4"x6") you can put in your pocket or purse, ready to go with you for your daily study. It is also perfect for students.

    This set includes:
    Vol. 1: Devarim - Vaeschanan - Eikev 
    Vol. 2: Re'eh - Shoftim - Ki Seitzei 
    Vol. 3: Ki Savo - Nitzavim - Vayeilech - Ha'azinu - Vezos Haberachah

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  • Ramban (Various Individual Seforim and Set)

    Judaica Press

    Ramban (Various Individual Seforim and Set)

    $19.95

    Now, you will be able to master this essential commentary to the Torah - thanks to the new ArtScroll Edition of Ramban

    Newly typeset text of the Torah text and translation

    Newly typeset Hebrew Rashi and Targum Onkelos text

    Newly typeset Ramban in Hebrew, complete with nikud, punctuation, paragraph breaks, and footnote references for ease of use.

    Phrase-by-phrase translation of Ramban's non-kabbalistic commentary with added elucidation for smooth reading and clear understanding.

    Introductory notes to set the stage for the commentary

    Thousands of explanatory footnotes

    Ramban (Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. He was a leader, a thinker, a Torah and Talmud commentator, a halachic decisor, a successful defender of Judaism against the Church and its Jewish apostates. At the age of 70 he was exiled from his native Aragon, and during the next three years, he wrote the monumental Chumash commentary that has stood the test of over six centuries.

    Unexcelled in depth, breadth, scope, and profundity, Ramban's comprehensive commentary is exceedingly brilliant, exceedingly seminal - and exceedingly complex. Few are those who have mastered this masterpiece.

    Now, thanks to a superb group of exceptional scholars, writers, and editors, Ramban's Chumash commentary is coming alive in English for everyone.

    Following the renowned pattern of the magnificent Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud and the Sapirstein Edition of Rashi, this classic commentary is presented with unprecedented clarity.

    No effort has been spared to make this new Chumash clear, accurate, and "user-friendly".

    In short, this treatment of Chumash-Ramban will be the last word for generations to come. When completed, it will be seven volumes of excellence.

    This historic project will be a momentous breakthrough in Torah literature.

    Enjoy the richness of Ramban's commentary and see your understanding of the Torah grow as you never imagined it could.

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  • Pocket Tanach

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    Pocket Tanach

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    Pocket Tanach

    $19.99

    A complete Hebrew Tanach, produced in conjunction with the famed Machon Simanim.


    Includes these features:

    • Clear easy-to-read format, using a specially designed font and large, easy-to-read cantillation symbols (“trop”).
    • Explanatory shoulder notes
    • The unique“Simanim” dikduk markings
    • Comprehensive index
    • Timelines - . Each episode includes the date (in the margin) in which it occurred
    • Color charts and maps
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  • Permission To Receive

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    Permission To Receive

    $17.99

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    Permission To Receive

    $17.99

    Four rational approaches to the Torah's Divine Origin, for those who value both intellectual integrity and the Jewish spiritual inheritance.

    Is the Torah really Divine?

    In this sequel to the groundbreaking work Permission to Believe, world renowned lecturer and educator Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen, Harvard graduate, presents four rational reasons to support the Divine origin of the Torah.

    Those who passionately value both intellectual integrity and their spiritual inheritance and those separated from their Jewish heritage only by healthy skepticism, will find in this book Permission to Receive.

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  • Parshah Pshetl

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    Parshah Pshetl

    $24.99

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    Parshah Pshetl

    $24.99

    Enjoy a vast collection of beautiful and diverse Divrei Torah on the Parshah.

    Each “Pshetl” begins with a question and ends with a thought provoking answer.

    An eclectic array of sources is given to explain how the author drew his concluding thought.

    The commentaries quoted are culled from Rishonim, Achronim, Litvish, Chassidish, Sefardic, Kabbalah, and everything in between.

    Challenge yourself to have a deeper understanding of the Parshah!

    This Sefer is a perfect resource for those looking to gain a concise, yet insightful, look at each week’s Parshah, and is an excellent reference for those preparing a Dvar Torah, or speech for a Simcha, or just looking to learn more on the Parshah. It is also a unique and useful gift for a Bar Mitzvah Bochur, friend, host, or anyone wanting to get a taste and understanding of the powerful life lessons intrinsically woven into each Parshah.

    Parshah Pshetl is sure to become a favorite for all those who wish to incorporate and infuse their lives with the timeless lessons of the weekly Parshah.

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  • Parshah Pointers

    Feldheim

    Parshah Pointers

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    Parshah Pointers

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    A fun and educational book!

    Short stories about each Torah portion with pictures your kids can color.  Each story relates something we can learn from the parshah on how to deal with everyday life situations.

    Practical and entertaining!

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  • Onkelos On The Torah-Vayikra

    CIS Publishers

    Onkelos On The Torah-Vayikra

    $34.99

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    CIS Publishers

    Onkelos On The Torah-Vayikra

    $34.99

    The legendary Onkelos translated the Hebrew Bible into Aramaic similar to that spoken by the population of Israel around 2000 years ago.

    Onkelos On the Torah: Understanding the Bible Text is a unique and remarkable translation and English commentary of the Targum Onkelos, the first and only rabbinically authorized translation of the Torah.

    The Book of Leviticus, the third of this five - volume set, contains the Hebrew Massoretic text, a vocalized text of Onkelos and Rashi, Haphtarot in Hebrew with an English translation from the Aramaic Targumim, a scholarly appendix, and a “Beyond the Text” exploration of biblical themes.

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  • New Studies In Bereshit - Genesis

    Lambda Publishers

    New Studies In Bereshit - Genesis

    $37.50

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    Lambda Publishers

    New Studies In Bereshit - Genesis

    $37.50

    Nehama Leibowitz brings fresh insight into the Torah.

    The material for her books come from her years of lectures in Israel.

    Now you can benefit from her vast knowledge

    Translated from the widely - read Hebrew bestseller.

    Features analysis by one of the most popular modern commentators of selected verses from the weekly Torah reading in light of the classical Biblical commentaries

    Translation: Aryeh Newman

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  • Nechemiah

    Artscroll

    Nechemiah

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    Artscroll

    Nechemiah

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    The ArtScroll Series presents the comments of the classic giants of ancient and contemporary times in a logical, comprehensible manner, like a master teacher on an exciting voyage of intellectual discovery.
    • Entire Hebrew text reset in clear modern type
    • Flowing English translation
    • Commentary anthologized from 2,000 years of Talmudic and Rabbinic sources
    • Overviews exploring the hashkafah/philosophical background of each volume
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  • Moses and the Path of Leadership

    Ktav Publishing

    Moses and the Path of Leadership

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    Ktav Publishing

    Moses and the Path of Leadership

    $23.99

    Many believe that the stories surrounding the birth of Moses mark him from the cradle as being destined for leadership.

    Others argue that the track record of Moses as a leader leaves much to be desired, and that without the constant prompting by God, he would never have survived.

    The central proposition in this book is that neither of these polar positions reflects the profound transformations and growth of the experiences of Moses and that it is only within the turbulent space of change that he becomes a great leader, but not without his fair share of missteps along the way.

    It is precisely within, and from, those mistakes that Moses learns and ultimately becomes a model leader.

    This book traces this path to leadership and readers are given close readings of the text as stepping stones to developing themes and patterns.

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  • Mitokh Ha-Ohel Parsha

    Koren Publishers

    Mitokh Ha-Ohel Parsha

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    Koren Publishers

    Mitokh Ha-Ohel Parsha

    $29.95

    The rabbis and professors of Yeshiva University have come together in two volumes of Mitokh Ha-Ohel (Within the Tent) to present scholarly and insightful essays on the weekly Torah and Haftara readings.

    Edited by Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman and Stuart W. Halpern, Mitokh Ha-Ohel offers the insightful and varied perspectives of more than fifty Yeshiva University rabbis and scholars, including Rabbis Kenneth Brander, Meir Goldwicht, Menachem Leibtag, Herschel Schachter, and Dr. Moshe Dovid Tendler.

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  • Midrash Says Devarim

    Bnay Yaakov

    Midrash Says Devarim

    $23.95

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    Bnay Yaakov

    Midrash Says Devarim

    $23.95

    This exciting series allows each child in the family to participate in the experience of the weekly parsha (Torah reading).

    The parsha is told in easy, flowing style based on Rashi, Rishonim and Midrashim.

    Large, modern type and numerous illustrations help the child visualize the scenes described in the text. 

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  • Metsudah: Melachim 2

    Israel Book Shop

    Metsudah: Melachim 2

    $23.95

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    Israel Book Shop

    Metsudah: Melachim 2

    $23.95

    The linear translation of the Sefer Melachim II with Rashi.

    Begins with Elijah's confrontation with Ahaziah, King of Israel and continues to the destruction of Jerusalem and the beginning of the Babylonian exile.

    This volume is Melachim 2 (Kings II)

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  • Metsudah: Judges

    Israel Book Shop

    Metsudah: Judges

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    Israel Book Shop

    Metsudah: Judges

    $23.95

    Learn, Understand and Enjoy with Metsudah Linear Translations!

    The Book of Judges has been fully translated in the pleasing linear style of the rest of the Metsudah Classic Series.

    Featuring a line by line translation of the text and Rashi's commentary, with helpful explanatory notes.

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