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ARTIST/ PRODUCER

Banet, Chana Marcus

DuWerdyger

Holczler, Moshe

Kcenberg, Mala

Pomerantz, Yitzchak
Sanik, Leibel

Alfasi, Yitzchak

Alfasi, Yitzchak

Avtzon, Rabbi Sholom


DovBer
Avtzon, Rabbi Sholom
DovBer
Avtzon, Rabbi Sholom
DovBer

Benjamin, Ruth

Chavel Ph.B., M.A., LL.B,


DHL, DD, Rabbi Dr.
Charles B.
Cornfield, Gaalyahu &
Mindlin, Valerie

Ellenberg, Anna

Friedman, Chaim Shlomo


Ga bel, Dina

Gervrtz, Eliezer & Kranzler,


David

Gervrtz, Eliezer & Kranzler,


David

Greenhut

Hamaor, Menoras

Kranzler, Gershon
Lehman, Meir (Marcus)
Manard, Kyle

Meltzer, Miltron

Reinman, Yaakov Yosef

Sackville, Raphael

Schleimer, Sarah
Shulman, Yaakov Dovid

Rosenzweig, Miriam

Garbose, Robin

Spielberg, Steven

Sansone, Leslie

Sansone, Leslie

Sansone, Leslie
Sansone, Leslie
Kosman, Miriam A.; CIS
Publishers In Conjunction
with: Count Me In, The
Foundation for Disabled
Children in Israel

Lazewnik, Libby

Pearlman, Ruthie; Published


by Bristol, Rhein &
Englander
Pearlman, Ruthie; Published
by Bristol, Rhein &
Englander

Rosman, Steven M.
Schleimer, Sarah
Benjamin, Ruth

Benjamin, Ruth

Diamond, Gila

Diamond, Gila
Pomerantz, Rachel

Huber, Carol Korb

Huber, Carol Korb

Hubner, Carol Korb

Luxenberg, M.
Gerliz, Menachem

Seltzer, Sara Leah


Zoldan, Yael

Kellser, Raizy

Frieman, Chana Toby


Teller, Hanoch
Heinmann, Benno

Dishon, Rabbi Shmuel

Oorah.org
Wasserman Zt"l, Rabbi
Elchonon
TITLE

They Called me Frau Anna - Abridged Edition

Songs of Hope (Abridged Edition)

Late Memories

Alone In The Forest - Abridged Edition

(2 Copies) Itzik, Be Strong! - Abridged Edition


Someday We'll Be Free (Abridged Edition) (8th Volume in
The Holocaust Diaries Collection)

Jewish Glimpse of Frankfurt

Jewish Glimpses of Warsaw

Early Chassidic Personalities, Reb Hill Paritcher


Early Chassidic Personalities, Reb Meir Raphael's

Early Chassidic Personalities, Reb Pinchas Reizes

Yesterday's Child

Rambam (Nachmanidies) The Disputation at Barcelona

The Epic of the Maccabees

(2 Copies) Sisters In The Storm - Abridged Edition

Dare To Survive, Abridged Edition


Behind the Ice Curtain - Abridged Edition

To Save A World, Profiles in Holocaust Rescue

Faith After the Holocaust

Mamuka, A Memoir

The Jewish Child: Rabbeinu Yitzchak Abohav

Williamsburg Memories
Rabbi Yoselman of Rosheim
SECULAR: Kyle Manard No Excuses

Remember The Days - A Short History of the Jewish


American

Destiny: The Story of the Jewish People and the Western


World, Volume One - From the Birth of the Patriachs to the
Beginning of the Second Temple Era

Legacy of Gold

Far From the Place We Called Home


The Erma, The Story of Rabbi Moshe Isseries
The Journey to Golda's Balcony

The Stories He Told, The Dubno Maggid on the Weekly


Parsha: Volume 1, Bereishis - Vayikra

A Light For Grey Towers

Shindler's List
Walk Away The Pounds Express; 2 in 1 DVD, Easy Walk, 1
Mile, Brisk Walk, 2 Miles

Walk Away The Pounds Express, Advance Walk, 3 miles

Walk Away The Pounds Express, Super Challenge 4 Miles


Walk Away The Pounds Express, Walk Strong
Family For A While

Anything Can Happen, A Collection of Short Stories

Getting It Right (2nd in a Series)

Making it It Last (3rd in the Trilogy)

The Twenty-Two Gates To The Garden


The Tables Are Turned
The Shalom Tanach Series, A Treasury of Midrashic
Chronicals: In The Footsteps of the Prophets, Volume
Three - King Shlomo
On a Golden Chain

Stranger To Her People

Full Circle (Paper Back)

Full Circle (Hard Cover)


As Mountains Around Jerusalem

The Haunted Shul and other Devora Doresh Mysteries

The Twisted Menora and other Devora Doresh Mysteries

The Tattered Tallis & Other Devora Doresh Mysteries

An Abrams Family Legacy: It's Only Money


Return to the Heavenly City

Art scroll. Middos Series: A Day Full of Mitzvos

5. The Little Midrash Says - The Book of Devarim


We Can Do Mitzvos from Aleph to Tav

The Yom Tov Series - Collected: A Tale of Two Wagons &


other Chanukah stories

A Story! With Rabbi Juravel (1) - Shabbas Stories


Daughters of Dignity - Hashkafa and Halachic Guidelines in
the Noble Mitzvah of Tznius
Welcome To The Real World
The Maggid of Dubno & his Parables
Tisha B'Av 5756 - 1996 How The Holocaust Affects Us
Today

If Only
Tales From The Gemara

Epoch of the Messiah


DESCRIPTION
Holocaust Diaries No. 2 "…is the moving memoir of a valiant woman who wandered through war-r
until she found refuge as a housekeeper for a high-ranking Nazi official."

Holocaust Diaries No 1 "For the Werdyger family of Cracow, Poland as for many thousands of othe
richly textured tapestry; the days and nights were filled with Torah study, prayer, charitable deeds a
community. For young Duvid Werdyger, a gifted singing prodigy, they were also filled with the wo
Gerrer Niggun. Songs of Hope, the seventh volume in the Holocaust Diaries collection, is the story
triumph. During the war years, as he spent years in ghettos and concentration camps, young Duvid'
to survive with an unbroken spirit and without ever losing hope. The Holocaust Diaries is a collecti
whose faith was tested in the fiercest crucible in history, true heors who emerged stronger than befo
ashes of the old."

Holocaust Diaries "…..is an excerpt from Late Shadows, the inaugural volume of the Holocaust Dia
survivors whose rocklike faith was tested in the fiercest crucible in history, true heroes who emerge
story of Moshe Holczler who survived the War in Hungary and then devoted the rest of his life to he
experiences are also recorded in the book. Late Memories includes the author's recollections of his

Holocaust Diaries No. 10 " For 12 year old Mala Szorer, life in the small Polish town of Tarnogrod
succession of golden days. But then war struck like a bolt of lightening out of a clear blue sky, and
disintegrated....the story of Mala's survival in the hostile world of Polish peasants, villagers and fore
audacity and extraordinary heroism but it is also a story of excruciating loneliness. Torn away from
with Jewish people, she is nonetheless determined to live her life according to Jewish values...."

Holocaust Diaries No. 6 "Yitzchak Pomerant's Itzik, Be Strong is an abridge edition of the 6th volum
Holocaust Diaries is a collection of distinguished memoirs of survivors, true heroes who emerged st
world on the ashes of the old. Itzik, Be Strong is the remarkable story of a determined young man w
stays true to his ideals and steadfast in his conviction that Heaven would protect him no matter what
Holocaust Diaries No. 8 "For young Leibel Sanik, the prosperous Polish city of Piotrkow was like a
a spacious apartment which glowed with the warmth of hospitality and throbbed with the sounds of
and immensely fulfilling--until German bombs began to fall on the fateful firswt day of September 1
volume in The Holocaust Diaries collection, is the story of the disintegration of Leibel's beloved wo
the instinctive flight in search of a safe haven that did not exist. Through his eloquent descriptions a
charactger of the survivors of the Greman death machine; they survived because they clung ot the la
determination and tenacity--and because liberation came before that spark was extinguished. The H
distinguished memoirs of surviors whose faith ws tested in the fiercest crucible in history, true heors
rebuilt a new Jewish world in the aishes of the old."

"One of the great strengts of the Jewish people has always been their superlative sense of communit
each other, of commonly shared joys and sorrows--both in the general sense of the nation as a whole
as a whole and in the more specific snese of the kehillah, the local community. The kehillah cared f
rabbis and teachers, shuls and yeshivos, kashrus and charitable funds, and a framework in which Jew
the years, indivudal communities in far-flung geogprahical locations develped their own particular h
traditions, so that Torah-True Jewish life assumed myriad external forms, each founded on rock-soli
the Oral Law, becoming a veritable ksoness passim, a single "coat of many colors" Glimpses of Jew
new series of short historical sketches of illustrious Jewish communities of the past. Although its hi
community of Warsaw was, by far, the largest and most vital of pre-War Europe.......
"….Molded by spirtual leaders, responsive to centuries of history and reflecting the caliber of its loy
kehillah had its own unique flavor. Few communities could boast the illustrious name of Frankfurt-
begin with Rabbi Shimon Hadarshan, the early medieval compiler of the Yalkut Shimoni. He was f
writings are still eagerly studied in eery b eis midrash, such as the Pnei Yehoshua and the Hflaah.....
dynasty breathed new life and vibrancy into the legacy of Torah. Frankfurt, the largest center of com
for its philanthorpy and the 1st port of call for the representatives of Jews in Eretz Yisrael, poor and
from the wealthy and generous Jews of Frankfurt....was a gathering place for the powerful rulers of
Frankfurt were in a n exceptional position to influence princes an d barons to treat their Jewish subje
shtadlanim living in Frankfurt averted countless evil decress for the Jews of all Germany. Neraly a
plresence can hardly be chronicled in one small book, but these glimpses of Jewish Frankfurt provid
aspects of an outstanding community...."

"One of the greatest mashpiim of Chabad Lubavitch, Reb Hill Paritcher used the vehicle of stories t
middos in his talmidim. Reb Hillel would instruct every new talmid to probe the depths of a particu
derived from it. Reb Hillel would then tell him the truer and deeper meaning of the story. This taug
story, one has to learn a story.....The inspiration we glean from learning about his life make this volu
Chassidic Personalities series.
"Stories are the staple of a farbrenen and a chassidishe upbringing. Their inspiring, underlying mes
improve our conduct in one aspect or another. Few stories, however, demonstrate one's ability to m
indeed, life-changing-proportions. Yet the first two stories in this book do just that. Reb Meir Raph
the most important community leaders in Vilna to becoming of the greatest Chassidim of the Alter
and fortitude. The stories of his transformation are among the few select stories told by the Rebbe R
Chassidic heritage. Reb Meir's ehrlichkeit and emunas tzaddikimm, together with his Mesiras Nefe
are extraordinary qualities that can well be applied in today's times. The inspirational stories of his
background....make this a welcome addition to the Early Chassidic Personalities series."
"This book, the second in the series is filled with stories about Horav Pinchas Shcik, know to Chass
Rebbe referred to as "The General of Chassidim"

"Yesterday's Child is the gripping and unusuale tale of courageous young man who, as a young boy
whom he had lived with since her divorce from his father. After his mother's death, he begins life a
Cape Town with his father, stepmother and new siblings. What starts out as simple bar mitzvah less
with a local rabbi and his family. Despite hsi parents' objections, he is drawn to the Torah and to hi
drawn to an oasis in the desert. When he reaches adulthood howver, his seemingly brilliant joyful f
revelations about his past. On the treshold of life's most cricical decisions, he is thrust into the agon
divulge to anyone besides his very closest friend....a thrilling, compelling and charming tale which c
in Jewish communities around the world...uncanny insight into the dynamics of a Jewish family torn
sustains our undivided attention until the final, breath-taking conclusion."

One of the most important events in Ramban's life, as well as in the annals of European Jewry, was
fundamentals of Judaism. Ramban, ……was forced to defend the Judaic faith in the debate, which
Europe....the innovation which distinguishes this particular confrontation was that the State, in the p
Aragonia, fully supported the venture....

Holocaust Diaries No. 5 Anna Ellenberg's sister in the Storm is an abridged edition of the 5th volum
Storm is the dramatic story of a sheltered young girl who lived through the miseries and heartbreak
courage, sisterly love and hope.
Holocaust Diaries No. 3"….the third volume in the Holocaust Diaries….Dare to Survive is the deep
Friedman, a young Belzer Chassid from Cracow who survived through a combination of resourcefu
an indomitable spirit buttressed by unshakeable faith."
Holocaust Diaries No. 5 "….the 4th volume in the Holocaust Diaries….is the vivid and deeply mov
survived six bleak years of exile in Siberia through courage, intrepid defiance, tenancy and steadfas
"As the fires of the Holocaust began taking their devastating toll, European Jewry faced unpreceden
for help were disregarded bya stone-hearted world. Jews in the free world remained, by and large, o
and unwilling to protest their respetive countries' strict polocies. Nevertheless, there were a few ind
iwth decisive action. Prominent among them were a number of Orthodox Jewish activists, limited i
and extraordinatry dedication. Giving the highest priority to savng their fellow Jes, they took on the
for their "illegal" activities and managed to rescue and assist thogusands of potential victims of the N
profiles in Holocaust rescue, tells of these extraordinatry heros and heroines. This second volume in
five resuce activitists: Rabbi Aaron Kotler, Rabbi Eliezer Silver, Dr. Yaakov Griffel, Rabbi Shlomo
It also offers a brief history of the Holocaust and its impact on Jewish society."

Table of Contents: Foreword, Introduction: Approaching the Holocaust; I Man and the Holocaust:
of Intolerance; The uniformed Heart II The Vanishing West? Judaism in the Post-Christian Era; Th
Holocaust: Job's Brother; The Absurdity of Existence; Kiddush Hashem --The Sanctification of the
the Holocaust: A ;Jewish Philosophy of History; The Hiding of the Face; The Affirmation; The Exp
Witness: Galut; The Suffering Servant of G-d; The Witness After the Holocaust; The Nemesis of P
Notes; Index

"I this warm and loving memoir, Gittle…remembers her mother and the turbulent and trying times t
and in America….after WWI, when the author's father decided , to build a new life for his family in
soon as he established himself....it was 13 years before he returned....Mrs. Greenhut recalls many fa
in Hungary....a deep appreciation of Torah, Mitzvos and chesed....Mamuka devoted herself to helpin
daughter's portrait of her outstanding mother, whose character, integrity and high ideals were the ind
whose deep concern for her fellow Jews brought benefit to all who came into contact with her."

"Rabbeinu Yitzchak Abohav, the author of Menoras Hamor, lived in Spain in the latter halof of the
the glittering diamond of the Euorpean continent. It ienjoyed unparalleled prosperity. The lingering
it a center of enlightenment. Philosophy and science, poetry and art floruished as nowhere else. Th
hospitable, and indeed, it was there that they achieved their highest social station sicne being exicled
and industry, the Jewihs people achieved the status of a priviledge class, below the nobility but abov
became the mrechants and the financiers, the doctors and the poets, the philosphers and the minister
"echnocrats" of Spanish society. But in the end, they were corrupted. They became intoxicated by
freedom....Rabbeinu Yitzchak Abohav appealed to his people to rediscover the sweet taste of the To
"Williamsburg Memories is a collection of warm and touching vignettes which reflect the experienc
post war period."
""I have stood before his Imperial Majesty and basked in the sunshine of his favor." With these pro
stunned the Burgomaster of Oberchnheim and saved three poor Jews from the Burgomaster's stealth
the Jewish people during the first half of the sixteenth century, journeyed across Europe defending h
their disputes, and comforting them when all else failed. As we follow his ceaseless travels through
Germany, a magnificent picture unfolds of those turbulent times. With a wealth of local color and a
lively story or Rabbi Yoselman ahs been a favorite for generations of readers."
`"The true story of a Congenital Amputee who became a champion in Wrestling and in Life."

A short history of the Jews in America from 1654 and their first permanent community of twenty-th
present, stressing the difficulties they continually faced as an ethnic minority.
Is there an ultimate destiny to the chaos of world history? And if so, can the determinate forces of d
responds to both of these difficult questions with a resounding affirmative. In the view of this new w
revolve around the incessant ideological struggle between the Judaic world view and the classical G
examines the origins of these two conflicting ideologies during the Biblical period and their first enc
Great. Destiny is history in the full conceptual sense of the word, replete with insight and observati
Talmudic scholar, has woven a scintillating tapestry of people, events and historical imperatives tha
lament a like.
Australia! In the 1840s it was a land of gold and convicts, of vast promise and broken dreams. It is
colony that Moses Lazar is transported, with nothing but his tefillin and his faith to sustain him. Gr
his fathers and to see his family reunited once again, Lazar challenges all who would deny him the r
live a Jewish life in the untamed bush, Lazar comes up against insolent outlaws, primitive aborigine
mysterious secret To all, he makes the same proud declaration: Ima ma a Jew, and I shall live by th
fascinating historical backdrop, Legacy of Gold is an absorbing chronicle of one man's battle for his
With war clouds gathering over Europe, the Bildmanns, the Alexanders and the Eisigs are compelle
They send their young sounds--Erich, Karl, Otto and Kurt--to London, where they hope and pray th
that haven proves equally dangerous and the boys are evacuated to the countryside and taken in by k
historical novel weaves the actual experiences of youngers who were part of the Kindertransport" in
presenting a vivid account of physical and spiritual survival."
"…is an eloquent testament to one of the greats gedolim in the last thousand years of Jewish history
work remains one of the foundations of the edifice of Halacha. Set against the backdrop of the Pola
Golden Age for the Jews, this biography tells a gripping story of visionary wisdom and uncomprom
indeed, a magnificent story, dominated by a glowing portrait of the Rema as he strives successfully
destined..."
A behind the scenes look at Golda Meir and the making of the play about her.

"Each mashal is a beautiful treasure chest---enchanting to behold and filled with great wealth. Com
riches of The Stories He Told."
"Bewildered, lonely and mature beyond her years, Tallie Delmark is an embattled young orphan, the
homes, many of them cruel and uncaring. When she is separated from her brother Eitan, her only al
rensentful and wary, convinced that happiness will never be within her grasp. In her new surroundi
heart to any gestures of warmth and endeavors to keep her distance from the Kramers, her "family f
Tallie is just an ordinary fourteen year old, desperate for the affection and stability of a loving famil
the Kramers care for her, Tallie is hesitant to return their affections, knowing in her heart that she co
uphill struggle for the lonely teenager as she learns to overcome the obstacles that stand between he
of."

"In the land of Anything-Can-Happen, things usually do. Happen, I mean. Magical things happen w
a little higher and try a little harder. When You're not afraid to spread your wings and reach for the
friendships are shaken and broken and put together again. Plots are hatched and trips are taken and
"Getting It Right,
and a hospital bed.theFly
gripping
into thesequel to of
reaches Working It Out,
space and follows
penetrate the fortunes
giant's lair. ONofevery
Rifki page,
Nesherin (now
every
her life--marriage and motherhood. As before, one of the dominate features of her life is
book of wonderful stories in your hand, you can fly as high as you want--because anything can happ the struggl
her genuine desire to fulfill her traditional and instinctive role a s Jewish woman. But it is not easy.
lab. Rifki comes to the realization that her heart is really in the exciting and vibrant field of obstetri
a crack through which she can wriggle into the obstetrics department, but then her problems begin.
path blocked by all sorts of complications and dilemmas, from her mother's remarriage and her own
opposition of Nurit Lipshitz, the midwifery instructor, and Dr. Mark Weingrad, the ambitious overs
into he face of seemingly insurmountable odds? And what would be the price of success? These ar
she tries to get it right. In Getting It Right, Ruthie Perlman has once again used her talents and sauc
essence, it is a story about people and the people in this book are colorful and memorable, but both t
familiar to the readers of Working It Out. It is a story about dreams and hope, reality and responsib
part of the trilogy, Making it Last, is already in the advanced stages of preparation."

"The Twenty Two Gates to the Garden is a collection of mystical tales drawn from kabalistic traditi
backgrounds who seek lives filled with wonder, amazement, enchantment and faith. Each tale is a g
Age-old teachings of kabbalistic tradition are spoken in the voices of the tales' main characters, wh
and a Princess, and a remarkable Teacher. While inspired by the wisdom of Jewish mystical traditio
enriching and profound spiritual teachings"
A story about Nava and her daily life/adventures in Eretz Yisroel.

The incidents and events in this book are all recorded and described in Midrashim and Gemara. The
is that of the current author, but in keeping with Midrashic accounts.
"Life for the Wilsons, a Presbyterian family living in a small English town, is picture perfect. But w
gift, Dorothy Wilson reacts with strange agitation. Soon, she is having recurrences of an inexplicab
crash. Why does it all semm so real? And why is it always exactly the same?....the exclusive detai
them around the globe...It also leads them to the home o f a dynamic rabbi London who introduces t
Judaism....nagging questions still remain. Is Dorothy really Jewish?....

"Jenny Reynolds, a young South African convert to Judaism, was full of eager anticipation as she se
the Living" tour. Over the next few weeks, as aprt of an organized group of thousands of holocaust
the scenes of the German destruction of Reuropena Jewry during the 2nd World War. It promised t
experience, an experience that would burn into her memory for the rest of her life....During an unsch
Jenny is shocked to discover that there may be a dark secret buried in her family's past. Back in Sou
mother had rarely spoken about their Eruopena realtives, but now, Jenny finds herself confronted w
mysterious elderly uncle who works as a watchmaker in Munich, Germany. Suddenly, Jenny is bes
no rests....a powerful and dramatic tale that forges agead to its unforgettable conclusion with almost

"Chani Levy's idyllic life as a pampered oly child was the envy of her friends in suburban America,
dark cloud of her parents' tortured past cast an ominous shadow over Chani's otherwise carfree exist
and uncles she had never know and the agnonies of the concentration camps intruded relentlessly, sh
home. Only through Chanie could her parents suffering find relief: her children would one day bea
and the torments of the Holocaust would finally be put to rest. Chanie's doting parents had given he
most could only come from G-d. This stirring novel is the true story of one woman's long personal
whose complete faith and trust in G-d's Grace is ultimately rewarded.

"Chani Levy's idyllic life as a pampered oly child was the envy of her friends in suburban America,
dark cloud of her parents' tortured past cast an ominous shadow over Chani's otherwise carfree exist
and uncles she had never know and the agnonies of the concentration camps intruded relentlessly, sh
home. Only through Chanie could her parents suffering find relief: her children would one day bea
and the torments of the Holocaust would finally be put to rest. Chanie's doting parents had given he
most could only come from G-d. This stirring novel is the true story of one woman's long personal
whose complete faith and trust in G-d's Grace is ultimately rewarded.
"This is the story of four young people from the four corners of the earth: Bob is a farm boy from th
yeshiva boy. Sharon is a rich girl from New England. Yonah is a Yemenite girl from Israel. They
world. Two are converts to Judaism. Readers of the author's last novel. A Time to Rend, a Time to
journey back to Judaism. In this book htey will meet her again as a young Rebbetzin helping others
Jerusaelm," the Psalmist tells us, "so is the Lord around His people." And Leah adds a word of enc
hard to get in, but once you are in, they are your protection. Like author Rache Pomerant's other bo
inspiring story of our times, of the search for meaning, the eternity fo the Jewish People and of Divi
The Missing Papers; The Case of the Four Diamonds: Mystery of the Secret Code; The Dangerous D
Guest; The Case of Pedigree Penina; The Haunted Shul

The Twisted Menora; The Russian Connection; The neighborhood Thief; The Case of the Missing R
Consistently intriguing….Nancy Drew addicts will be come hooked on her…fun and good reading…
for juvenile mystery lovers (and their tempted parents!), but also an effective educational tool for im
through concrete examples of real life situations.

"Mordecai and Leah Abrams had it all…in a flash their money is gone….they are lunged into death
a a shidduch? What will happen with Huvi's seminary plans….Across town, an 8 year old boy fight
weekly Tehillim group....little does she know how their lives will soon be linked together ....Betraya
determination....This is the first saga in the Legacy stories....will capture your heart and transport yo
Abrams family."
A series of vignettes about life in Jerusalem over the centuries.

"What do children enjoy more than "make believe"? In this delightful new addition to Art Scroll ac
her brother Moshe use their toys and their imagination to "make believe" they are doing the same M
making challahs out of Play-Dog, candles out of crayons, or and estrog out of a lemon, they are hav
their first glimpse into the joyous world of mitzvah observance."

"The weekly Torah readings occupy, and rightly so, a prominent place in the Jewish child's heart an
created to facilitate the child's understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the weekly parshyos.
the child visualize the senses described in the text. Parents and educators are urged to regard the tex
elaborate on it according to the individual child's needs. The weekly quizzes ("Are you a parsha ex
should stimulate a family-wide discussion of the weekly Torah-portion."
"Aleph is for Achdus, Together as one we stick, Beis is for Bikur Cholim, That's visiting the sick! W
perfect book for learning and reinforcing the Hebrew alphabet. Bold color, charming illustrations, a
make an all-time favorite...."

Ever since Yehudah Hamaccabi and his small band of fighters defeated the mighty Greek army, and
for eight days, Chanukah has been known as a time of wonders. Throughout the ages, Jews all over
order to fulfill the mitzvah of lighting the menorah, even if it meant putting their lives in danger. In
and gave them the courage to keep their faith despite the trials they were faced with again and again
has collected and retold a group of classic stories that take us from the small shtetel in Poland to the
victims of the Cossack hordes to the inmates of the Nazi camps, with tales of courage and commitm

"Rabbi Juravel, everyone's favorite storyteller is back! In this new series, Rabbi Juravel aims his fo
with his trademark blend of exciting, meaningful stories, filled with middos and yiras Shamayim. In
Shabbas are highlighted in twenty-one wonderful stories about Shabbos. Read about Reb Yossel, w
Erev Shabbos...no matter what. Or about the wagon that broke down because the tzaddik refused to
who rode a lion across the desert!.....Children of every age will enjoy and learn from these stories, a
reading and discussing the stories with them. This book is a perfect springboard for conversations o
learn to honor and keep Shabbas properly...."

This straight forward book is a great place to start conversations about what Tznius really is.;
10 Short Stories

"In the silent loneliness of the night, Shevy Feder hears her mother's muffled sobs, and once again, h
overwhelming dread. Ever since she had learned that her mother was dangerously ill, Shevy's world
carefree joys of innocent youth. Instead, fear, worry, uncertainty and guilt became her constant com
become ill, life would have been perfect. If only this awful disease would go away, happiness and s
once again. If only... Mr.. Feder remains strong and steadfast, making him a pillar of stability aroun
learn to cope and adjust and ultimately grow from the experience."
Art scroll Youth Series, "Tales form the Gemara is a selection of stories and Aggadic materials from
especially for young readers. Just as our grandfathers listened raptly while their rabbis expounded o
the Talmud Aggadah), so our children will marvel at the beauty of this new series of books. These t
middos tovos, lessons of piety and behavior. They will introduce readers to tractates and areas of th
yeshiva and day school programs. They will provide hours upon hours of enjoyable reading and las

"A Brief Biographical Sketch of Rabbi Elchonon Bunim Wasserman zt"l followed by:….If we want
search after verses and statements which deal with the period known as the "messiah's time", that is,
redemption. If we compare the Scriptures with events we shall see in the Torah a clear vision of all
Everything spoken in these verses has become real and all events were prophesized from the beginn