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  1. Rabbi Avraham Blumenthal

    Rabbi Avraham Blumenthal

    $17.50

    The story of Rabbi A.Y. Blumenthal, father of the Zion Orphanage

    During World War I, so many children in Jerusalem were orphaned that a new home had to be created for them. Rabbi Avraham Y. Blumenthal created that home. It was called the Zion Orphanage. Rabbi Blumenthal became the children’s father. He cared for them day and night. He saved them from starvation and taught them to be good Jews. This is his story. It is the story of a man who became a father to hundreds. Learn More

  2. Setting a Table for Two, Enhancing Relationships, Achieving Intimacy

    Setting a Table for Two, Enhancing Relationships, Achieving Intimacy

    $17.50

    This manual combines the best wisdom available today in the world of marriage counseling with the timeless wisdom of our holy Sages. In a world where marriages are suffering and need the most support possible, this book offers understandable and practical methods for bolstering and strengthening a Jewish marriage. If you wish to enhance your relationship, achieve real intimacy and create a safe space for your marriage to flourish, this book will help you succeed.

    “Rabbi Avraham Peretz Friedman’s book Marital Intimacy belongs on every Jewish bookshelf. If it were read by every Jewish couple, the divorce rate would plunge and the couple’s happiness index would skyrocket. Similarly, Setting a Table for Two is a basic operating manual for the most complex of all “machines”—marriage. It is an indispensable guide for newly-weds and those who have been married for decades. I’m amazed that Rabbi Friedman could cram so much Jewish wisdom into one small book.”
    — Sara Yoheved Rigler Author

    “Setting a Table for Two contains the formula and perspective to achieve a truly successful marriage. Unlike so many manuals and self-help books, this volume is based on the wisdom of the Torah. The concepts presented are sourced from the teachings of Talmud and our great Rabbis. Avraham Peretz Friedman eloquently conveys these principles and values. This greater spiritual purpose and framework is combined with down-to-earth, practical strategies for implementation....

    If you are willing to commit to the values and ethics described in this book, and to practice their implementation with dedication and determination, you will have the tools to create a truly fulfilling marriage.... The rewards will be great — true satisfaction and profound moments of intimacy, joy, and exhilaration in your marriage.” — Rifka Twerski Ganz
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Learn More

  3. In the Fragments, Reflections of a Child of Survivors

    In the Fragments, Reflections of a Child of Survivors

    $17.50

    Our eternal legacy can be found…in the fragments.

    The son of Holocaust survivors, Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Klein grew up hearing personal stories of horror and heroism, as his parents survived the inferno against all odds and courageously rebuilt their lives in North America. In this poignant collection, Rabbi Klein describes how his parents’ past affects his own life — from becoming a grandfather for the first time to navigating yamim tovim and life cycle events, to eventually revisiting Polish soil and spearheading Holocaust education worldwide. Rabbi Klein provides a new and illuminating lens through which to view Churban Europa.

    In the Fragments is a compelling book that will inspire everyone to approach the Holocaust as a means to deepen and enrich their appreciation for life, and encourage the next generation to do the same. Learn More

  4. Mystery Island, Adapted From The Bestselling Novel By Shmuel Argaman

    Mystery Island, Adapted From The Bestselling Novel By Shmuel Argaman

    $17.50

    Dear Children,

    Join us on a thrilling journey in the footsteps of Yitzchak and Chaim, brothers from Naples, Italy.

    They set sail on a boat loaded with merchandise and soon find themselves—well, you're invited to read this comic and discover the answer for yourself.

    Together with Yitzchak and Chaim, we'll swing from desperation to hope and from fear to joy, and we'll make many new discoveries, right up until we experience the amazing rescue...

     

    It will be a journey of suspense, humor, and adventure, and, at the same time, a story of emunah and bitachon in Hashem, Who controls everything!

    So what are you waiting for?

    Let's go!

    First of an exciting new series of comics for children and teens based on the suspense novels of Shmuel Argaman, the bestselling author from Eretz Yisrael. Learn More

  5. Bold As A Leopard

    Bold As A Leopard

    $17.50

    It all happens so quickly ...

    One minute, Meir ben Yaakov and three other boys are happily traveling together from Speyer to Paris. The next minute they are running for their lives -- deep, deep into the forest.

    Meir is forced to take the lead as the boys struggle to survive.

    Two men undertake a desperate search to find them. Will they succeed?

    Or will the boys succumb to the dangers of the dark woods? Learn More

  6. Glory & Ruin, A Riveting Portrayal of the World of the Bais Hamikdash and its Era, and the Devastation of its Loss

    Glory & Ruin, A Riveting Portrayal of the World of the Bais Hamikdash and its Era, and the Devastation of its Loss

    $17.50

    THE BAIS HAMIKDASH WAS DESTROYED OVER 2000 YEARS AGO AND KLAL YISROEL HAS MOURNED ITS LOSS EVER SINCE...

    But what was the Bais Hamikdash? What was its uniqueness - its significance to the Yidden and Hashem? What are we missing that causes us to bring constant reminders of its loss into our lives?

    In Glory and Ruin, the Bais Hamikdash and those who lived in those times are portrayed in full detail. You will experience the era of greatness of the Jewish people and bask in the splendor of the Bais Hamikdash - its miracles, beauty, and enveloping wonders. You will relive the source of our deepest mourning as a nation and as individuals, all through vivid descriptions from the midrash and other seforim.

    Be inspired to true mourning. Feel the Glory and Ruin.

    Approbations:

    "It is difficult to feel the loss of the Bais Hamikdash because we are lacking the knowledge of what it was and what it meant to Klal Yisroel... These ideas are presented here beautifully, in a way that one can relate to well..."

    Rabbi Dovid Schustal, Rosh Yeshiva Beth Medrash Govoha

    "I was pleased with what he wrote. It is a proper thing to peruse on Tishah B'Av..."

    Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen, Rav K'hal Ateres Yeshaya and author of The Shabbos Kitchen and other seforim

     

    "I have reviewed this wonderful manuscript and found that everything was taken from the words of Chazal. He has done an excellent job and I am sure that it will be a valuable asset in helping achieve a feeling for the loss of the Bais Hamikdash."

    Rabbi Mordechai Rosenbaum, Rav K'hal Sha'arei Torah and author of Ateres Shmuel Learn More

  7. Chassid, Yerei Shomayim, Lamdon, The 3 Steps To Succeeding As A Bochur

    Chassid, Yerei Shomayim, Lamdon, The 3 Steps To Succeeding As A Bochur

    $17.50

    Life in Yeshiva is supposed to be “Gan Eden”, the best years of our lives. Indeed, Tomchei Temimim is the antidote to assimilation.

    So why is it that so many Bochurim feel overwhelmed, unfulfilled and unmoved?

    The truth is that for some Bochurim, the goal of Yeshiva can sometimes be unclear, and therefore it’s easy for Bochurim to misunderstand its purpose. To many it seems that the goal of Yeshiva is simply learning and learning, often spending hours on topics they don’t yet relate to or enjoy. Is it a wonder, then, that many Bochurim feel the way they do?

    To help Bochurim become passionate about learning and start to love Yeshiva, we need to help them understand what it does for their lives.

    This is the goal of the book you are holding in your hands. Translated from the original Loshon Hakodesh, this book, written by Rabbi Mendel Itzinger, Mashpia and Yoishev Rosh of of Igud Yeshivos Lubavitch, offers a clear vision as to the purpose of Yeshiva, and more importantly a step-by-step guide, to succeeding as a Bochur. Learn More

  8. G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan, Based on the Ramchal's Derech Hashem

    G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan, Based on the Ramchal's Derech Hashem

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    Do you want to understand reality? Do you want to make sense of spirituality?

    Perhaps the greatest genius of the Ramchal was in the unique way he identified the general principles of Torah, and clearly explained the structure of the spiritual realm and our connection to it. The person who wants to know G-d will certainly study his works; indeed, the Ramchal's brilliance continues to inspire and motivate ever-growing numbers of truth seekers.

    G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan closely follows the structure of Derech Hashem:

    • In the first section, we learn about the purpose and structure of Creation and the specific function of man.
    • The second section explains G-d's engagement in the universe, reincarnation, teshuvah, and Israel's unique mission.
    • In the third section, the essence of the soul and dreams are revealed, as well as the mechanics of prophecy.
    • In the last section, we learn about the reasons for the mitzvos and the centrality of Torah study, as well as love and awe for our Creator.

    This fascinating and engaging sefer explains the teachings of the Ramchal for the modern age, and brings clarity and inspiration into our lives.

    Approbations:

    “The author has translated the ideas in the sefer Derech HaShem by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto in a concise, fluid, and interesting presentation. I found the ideas presented consistent with the intent of the Ramchal.”

     

    Rav Zev Leff, Rav of Moshav Matityahu

    Our incredible universe did not arise by chance, similar to a beautiful poem that could not possibly have been written with a random splash of ink. What were we created for? How can we gain knowledge of G-d's plan? The Ramchal's works answer these crucial questions.

    My dear friend Refael Moshe Becker has taken upon himself to disseminate the Ramchal's works in a clear and lucid fashion. This book, seemingly simple yet incredibly deep, gives the reader a clear understanding of the Ramchal's Derech HaShem and a window to the purpose of life and how to attain it.

    Rav Menachem Levine, shlita, Rav, Kehillas Am Echad San Jose, California.

    "I am sure that this contemporary version of the Ramchal's masterpiece will enlighten those who are struggling to apply the Derech HaShem to our modern life."

    Rabbi Yehoshua Liff - Yeshivas Ateres Yaakov

    About the Author:

    Refael Moshe Becker is originally from the East Coast of the USA, but spent many years in Northern California. He now lives in Chermesh, Israel. This is his first book. Learn More

  9. The Ambassadors-Time for the Korban Pesach

    The Ambassadors-Time for the Korban Pesach

    $17.50

    A fascinating, breathtaking journey to Yerushalayim of yesteryear to sacrifice the Korban Pesach in the Beis HaMikdash

    Dear Children,

    I'm happy to inform you that you've been chosen for a very important and responsible job. You have been chosen to serve as "ambassadors"! And not just any ambassador of one country or another, but ambassadors of all Am Yisrael, though the generations.

    As ambassadors, I invite you to take your second journey, together with Reb Emmanuel, Yanky, Shimmy, and Dovi. I guarantee that you've never taken a trip like this before. It's an imaginary journey, but all the places we will visit are real, and all the events that take place really did happen.

    Our journey this time is to Yerushalayim Ir Hakodesh, during those glorious days when the Second Beis HaMikdash stood in all its splendor. The date of our journey is also unique: We'll arrive in Yerushalayim shortly before Pesach, and we'll have the privilege to offer a korban Pesach, and experience a Pesach Seder where they ask the Five Questions!

    So come quickly, the time machine is about to take off... Learn More

  10. F Is for Friendship, A fun-filled story for younger readers

    F Is for Friendship, A fun-filled story for younger readers

    $17.50

    The power’s out, and the chocolate mousse cups are melting—all two hundred of them! Can Adina and Penina save them before it’s too late? A classmate has been secretly taking over Adina’s daily task—and Adina is fuming! Who is it, and why is she doing this? A sudden downpour traps Penina and her friends on a dark and scary trail. Will they be rescued in time?

    Adina Fried is crazy about the color pink, dreads math, and adores chocolate in any shape or form. When her best friend moves away, Adina thinks she’ll be friendless forever. But then she meets sweet, creative Penina Teller, and the adventures begin! Follow along as these fourth graders create a secret club, build a chocolate diorama, plan a fund-raiser carnival, and more. Fans of talented author Ruchama Schnaidman’s enjoyable series in Mishpacha Junior, as well as new readers, will love the ups and downs of the popular pair that sticks together no matter what. Because F is for Friendship...and fun! Learn More

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