Yearning with Fire
Longing for the Geulah and Enhancing Your Life in the Process In as little as five minutes a day, this volume teaches practical, everyday strategies we can all adopt to hasten the redemption of the Jewish people as a whole, and attain our individual redemption as well. Includes practical advice on how to enrich our Torah study, helping others, our charity, and our general observance of the Torah. By Rabbi Heshy Kleinman, author of Praying with Fire with a foreword by Rabbi Mattisyahu Solomon. Artscroll, hardcover, 312 pages
The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet
The Wisdom in the Hebrew Alphabet: The Sacred Letters as a Guide to Jewish Deed and Thought From the very first Kabbalistic work, through the Talmud, through an impressive array of rabbinic literature, great minds have found the Aleph-Beis to be a gold mine of wisdom and guidance. This fascinating best-seller weaves these golden threads into a glorious tapestry, presenting hundreds of ideas and comments on the Aleph-Beis, including: the Aleph-Beis as the force of Creation, as a primer for Jewish living, and as a fountainhead of Torah insight and mystical meaning. This is the product of decades of learning, thinking, and teaching by the revered educator, lecturer, and community activist Rabbi Michael L. Munk. A treat not to be missed! Order Now! By Rabbi Michael L. Munk. Artscroll, hardcover, 240 pages.
A Daily Dose of Torah
A Daily Dose of Torah, Vol. 1 This beautiful slipcased set includes all fourteen volumes of series one. Thirteen volumes based on the weekly Torah portion throughout the year, plus a fourteenth Festival volume which includes the Daily Dose of Torah study program for the Festivals of Pesach, Shavuos, and Succos. For people on the go. For people who make their minutes count. For people who want the stimulation of classic Torah sources every single day. Even if you have a regular learning program, A Daily Dose will add more learning and excitement to your day - every day! Each day's learning program includes: A Torah Thought for the Day Mishnah of the Day Gems from the Gemara A Mussar Thought for the Day Halachah of the Day A Closer Look at the Siddur Question for the Day Taste of Lomdus (once a week) All in 18 minutes a day! Artscroll
A Daughter of Two MothersMiriam Cohen
A Daughter of Two Mothers: A True Story of Separation and Reunion, Loyalty and Love Poignant and heartfelt, written by best-selling author Miriam Cohen, A Daughter of Two Mothers is an incredible, true account of one woman's search for her abducted daughter. It is a story of unwavering faith, devotion, and love, as well as hope and rebirth in the face of destruction. Open this book and step into the world of a generation gone, of pre-and post-war Hungarian Jewry, as a young girl moves between two communities and their divergent lifestyles. This inspirational, real-life drama will keep you spellbound until the last page! By Miriam Cohen. Hardcover. 540 Pages.
A Letter for the Ages
Iggeres HaRamban - The Ramban's Ethical Letter with an Anthology of Contemporary Rabbinic Expositions According to tradition, after his exile from Spain for his defense of Judaism, the great Ramban (Nachmanides) sent this letter to his son. The letter which many recite weekly gives a blueprint for an ethical life as timely today as it was then. This book presents it as the basis for a beautiful collection of insights, comments, and anecdotes. By Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Feuer. Artscroll, paperback, 122 pages
A Letter for the Ages – Pocket Size
Iggeres HaRambam - The Rambam's Ethical Letter with an Anthology of Contemporary Rabbinic Expositions According to tradition, after his exile from Spain for his defense of Judaism, the great Ramban (Nachmanides) sent this letter to his son. The letter which many recite weekly gives a blueprint for an ethical life as timely today as it was then. This book presents it as the basis for a beautiful collection of insights, comments, and anecdotes. Includes Bircas HaMazon. By Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Feuer. Artscroll, paperback - pocket size, 144 pages
A Minute Vort on the Parsha 2
Wit, wisdom & warmth. R' Eli humorously conveys life-altering Torah notions peppered with psychological insights in practical. easy-to-grasp lessons. R' Eli presents his second sensational series of short parsha vorts. You'll unearth your inner self-worth and limitless potential and feel great about yourself! A page a week of thought provoking and humorous insights. Excellent!!
All for the BossRuchoma Shain
All for the Boss A heartwarming best-seller returns, better than ever! Revised and newly designed, with additional material added by the author, this unique biography continues to inspire readers with the amazing story of R' Yaakov Yosef Herman zt"l. With affection, humor, and awe, his daughter Ruchoma Shain tells the story of her father's strength and determination to uphold the Torah as he revolutionized Jewish life in the early 1900's New York. From those years to the final decades in Jerusalem, R' Yaakov Yosef Herman was known for his love and uncompromising devotion to Hashem and to his fellow Jews - to living a life "all for the Boss." Riveting!! By Ruchoma Shain
The Classic Defense of Rabbinic Judaism through the Profundity of the Aggadah In the Maharal's time, scoffers raised many of the same issues that are raised today, such as "The Sages read their own meanings into the Torah!" etc. The Maharal responds to all the charges with brilliance and depth, and Rabbi Adlerstein presents the Maharal's thoughts in today's terms with modern examples, but with perfect fidelity to the ideas of the master. By the Maharal of Prague, translation and commentary by Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein Artscroll, paperback, 280 pages. An incredible read! Order Now!
Beacons of Light
Beacons of Light explores biblical characters and themes revealing how the Torah's timeless wisdom can illuminate our lives. Drawing on the profound insights of Jewish tradition, this fascinating collection of essays sheds light on the Torah's protagonists--and antagonists. From giants like Moshe and Miriam to lesser-known figures such as Chur, Lot's wife and Pharaoh's daughter, readers will discover the pitfalls of subjective morality, the dangers of impulsivity, and how to make good intentions last. Read Beacons, and you'll view biblical personalities in a whole new light! Not to be missed!
Behind the WallsMiriam Cohen
Behind the Walls Belgium, 1939. Together with the rest of Europe's Jews, Chanah's comfortable life is harshly disrupted. Without prior warning, the eleven-year-old finds herself in a gentile woman's dank cellar, and after that, behind the foreboding walls of a Christian convent, with only her soul to call her own. Her hair shorn and her clothes replaced with the convent uniform, Chanah assumes a new identity - that of a gentile girl. Will this young, delicate child persevere against the odds? Behind the Walls is the unique, moving story of Chanah's stark determination and unwavering faith in her Creator, the courageous story of a family's sole survivor who stood up against intense spiritual and physical trials. This vivid documentary is more than just a powerful memoir; it is a glimpse into the spiritual heroism that many of our People exhibited just over half a century ago. By Miriam Cohen. Hardcover. 358 Pages.
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: Outreach Edition
This is a newly adapted edition of the original work, tailored to meet the needs of beginners to Judaism. This volume contains website references and an added appendix on the origins of Christianity and Islam. Written for the Jew. By Rabbi Shmuel Waldman.
Book of Our Heritage: Hardcover
This beloved classic, completely revised and annotated for the contemporary reader, explores the holidays, festivals and fast days of the Jewish calendar and explains their laws and customs. Midrashic commentaries and insights of great Jewish thinkers and spiritual leaders enhance the heartwarming, inspiring text. A 3 volume, hardcover gift-boxed set. By Rabbi Eliyahu Kitov. Sold only as a complete set. Individual volumes not sold separately.
Charting the Sea of Talmud
Charting the Sea of Talmud is a revolutionary visual method for understanding and summarazing Talmudic discussions, conclusions, and laws. Through the creation and quick review of simple diagrams, students of Talmud can remember "who said what" at a glance, and finally gain a clearer picture of the sugya. By Yisrael Ury. Soft cover. 149 pages. Feldheim. Invest in this most important aid! Order today!
Concentric Circles Featuring stories and insights that cut to the core of life, Concentric Circles enjoys a vast following among Mishpacha Magazine readers who make it their first reading stop every week. Esther Sender's sensitive and powerful column is now available in print. Imagine...all the meaning, purpose, and guidance of Concentric Circles at your fingertips! By Esther Sender. Hardcover, 321 pages.
Concise Book of Mitzvot / Sefer Hamitzvot Hakatzar: Pocket SizeRabbi Yisrael Meir HaCohen Kagen (Chafetz Chaim)
An explanation of all the commandments applicable in our time, including those contingent upon the Land of Israel, with invaluable commentary and explanation. Hebrew text with facing English translation. Pocket Hardcover, 299 pages.
Contemplations – Wisdom for Living!
Contemplations - Wisdom for Living! Sportsmen, politicians, novelists, a methodology and Chassidic sayings - this is Yankie Schwartz's Contemplations. His specialty is his ability to cut to the truth of a statement, examine it from all angles, and apply it to daily living. How to approach major catastrophes--or minor inconveniences. How to find happiness-- without finding it too elusive. How to bring a spiritual focus to each and every moment. All this and more are the gifts offered to us in Contemplations , nuggets of wisdom that will improve the quality of your life now and forever! By Yankie Schwartz. Hardcover, 213 pages
Conversations with God – Prayers for Jewish Women
Conversations with God - Prayers for Jewish Women Develop a real and personal relationship with one's Creator
Courage We all want and need courage. Courage is a decision to transcend one's fears. It enables people to speak up and take action even when it is difficult. Lack of courage is one of the greatest handicaps a person can have. This life-enhancing guidebook supplies you with powerful formulas, enlightening insights, and effective tools. What are the secrets of courageous people? What lets them conquer the fears that confound most others? Rabbi Zelig Pliskin went to the source – courageous people themselves – to find the answers. And in this book he shares them with us. The easy-to-read format will inevitably upgrade one's courage just as earlier volumes in this successful series have done for Happiness and Kindness.This wonderful book will provide readers with much needed encouragement and help them develop courage in ways they hadn't previously imagined. The courage to accomplish and overcome limitations. The courage to ask and request. The courage to begin and begin again. The courage to cope with adversity. By Rabbi Zelig Pliskin. Artscroll, paperback, 239 pages
Dancing in the DarkShoshana Mael
Dancing in the Dark To outsiders, Rikki Coleman is a model student; co-dance head for the upcoming school production; a fun-loving friend. But on the inside, Rikki and her older sister Daniella are struggling to cope with their desperate home situation, which they must keep hidden at all costs. When their mother's mental illness reaches new depths, the facade that the two sisters have worked so hard to build is shattered. The girls valiantly attempt to keep their lives afloat, guarding their horrifying secrets from well-meaning friends and teachers who want to help. They're worn out by the deception, but can't imagine any other solution. Will Rikki and Daniella be able to transcend the secrecy that has ruled their lives and find the help they need to recover? In Dancing in the Dark, new novelist Shoshana Mael masterfully tells an engrossing story of painful experiences, haunting memories, and unwavering determination to move forward. Readers will be riveted by the sisters' struggle to hide their pain, and their painstaking efforts to reach for the hands that may finally allow them to dance in the light. Engrossing and heartrending! Order your copy today! By Shoshana Mael.
Diamond DustRiva Pomerantz
Diamond Dust Yalli Shapiro hungers for something more than her parents' frugal kollel lifestyle, and no one is quite sure why. As she enters shidduchim, Yalli is bent on propelling herself toward a diamond-studded future that she's sure will free her of the tentacles of the past. Yet shadows lurk beneath Yalli's elegant and sophisticated exterior, reaching out their sharp claws to grab her at every turn. Can she defeat her childhood demons before they overwhelm her? Tzvi Kirsch's past is also painful. It haunts him as he resists the best names the shadchanim can offer. The only girl he's remotely interested in is the one his mother--and sister-- have firmly vetoed. But is he truly equipped to deal with her complex and harrowing challenges? Riva Pomerantz's Diamond Dust is a powerful, captivating tale of courage and dreams, tears and hope. As you turn its pages, you too will find the strength to confront your deepest fears and conquer the threatening shadows. Are Yalli's diamonds real or will they turn out to be nothing more than a sprinkle of diamond dust? By Riva Pomerantz
Dieting is Tough, Losing Weight is a CinchRachel Lambersky
Diets are tough, but losing weight can be much easier than you think. The approach in this book does not require any major lifestyle change or force you to count caloriesBased on the weight-loss courses led by the author, this book is presented in a colorful, amusing and experiential comic format. Spiced with a good dose of humor and severa grains of salt, it analyzes typical scenarios taken from our world: the woman's world. Give it a chance - you've got nothing to lose except for weight! By: Rachel Lambersky. Tfutza Publications, 217 pages. Hardcover.