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  1. 613 Torah Avenue -- Bereishis Book/CD

    613 Torah Avenue -- Bereishis Book/CD

    $23.95

    A children's classic and all-time favorite!

    When Chaim moves into a new home at 613 Torah Avenue, he has no idea what to expect. Boy, is he in for a surprise! Wherever he turns, he meets unusual new friends, and each one teaches him about a parsha in Chumash. Join Chaim for his unforgettable adventures on Torah Avenue!

    Share the parsha songs of your childhood with your kids!

    • Esav was coming with four hundred men ...
    • I am Yosef -- is my father still alive ...
    • Hamalach hagoel ...

    Comes with a read-along/music CD featuring the original classic recording!

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  2. Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #10, Ki Seitzei - Vezos Haberachah: Mitzvos 552-613

    Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #10, Ki Seitzei - Vezos Haberachah: Mitzvos 552-613

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    The Jan Czuker Family Elucidation of the Torah's Commandments

    Sefer HaChinuch is one of the great classics of the 13th Century. Although the anonymous author states that he wrote it for his son and the youth of his time to learn on Sabbath afternoons, it was embraced by the entire nation as a masterpiece.

    The author lists all 613 Commandments following the weekly Torah Readings. He explains the source of each mitzvah, suggests a reason for it and the lesson it contains for us, and provides a summary of its laws. Chinuch gives expression to the essence of the mitzvos in a manner that speaks to the heart of the Jew. No other work approaches it in presenting the grandeur and majesty of the 613 Mitzvos.

    Thanks to the gifted scholars of ArtScroll/Mesorah, English readers — scholars and laymen alike — can now study and understand Sefer HaChinuch with clarity and in depth, as never before.

    The Hebrew text, authoritatively researched by Machon Yerushalayim, is newly vowelized.

    Every word and phrase is translated and explained, following the pattern of the ArtScroll Schottenstein Talmud.

    Notes explain the background and concepts.

    Sources of the laws are cited and explained.

    References to other works and classic halachic sources are provided for those interested in further research.

    Illuminating "Insights" reveal broad dimensions of the mitzvos.

    An Overview discusses the inner meaning and spiritual uplift of the mitzvos.

    This major achievement brings profound understanding of the mitzvos within the reach of every Jew. The first volume also contains the Author's Introduction, which is an extensive treatise on issues such as the uniqueness of the Jewish People, their tribulations in Exile, and the coming Days of Mashiach. This illuminating perspective on these issues, from the pen of such an authoritative source, is a must-read. Learn More

  3. Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #9, Shoftim - Ki Seitzei: Mitzvos 491-551

    Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #9, Shoftim - Ki Seitzei: Mitzvos 491-551

    $24.75

    The Jan Czuker Family Elucidation of the Torah's Commandments

    Sefer HaChinuch is one of the great classics of the 13th Century. Although the anonymous author states that he wrote it for his son and the youth of his time to learn on Sabbath afternoons, it was embraced by the entire nation as a masterpiece.

    The author lists all 613 Commandments following the weekly Torah Readings. He explains the source of each mitzvah, suggests a reason for it and the lesson it contains for us, and provides a summary of its laws. Chinuch gives expression to the essence of the mitzvos in a manner that speaks to the heart of the Jew. No other work approaches it in presenting the grandeur and majesty of the 613 Mitzvos.

    Thanks to the gifted scholars of ArtScroll/Mesorah, English readers — scholars and laymen alike — can now study and understand Sefer HaChinuch with clarity and in depth, as never before.

    The Hebrew text, authoritatively researched by Machon Yerushalayim, is newly vowelized.

    Every word and phrase is translated and explained, following the pattern of the ArtScroll Schottenstein Talmud.

    Notes explain the background and concepts.

    Sources of the laws are cited and explained.

    References to other works and classic halachic sources are provided for those interested in further research.

    Illuminating "Insights" reveal broad dimensions of the mitzvos.

    An Overview discusses the inner meaning and spiritual uplift of the mitzvos.

    This major achievement brings profound understanding of the mitzvos within the reach of every Jew. The first volume also contains the Author's Introduction, which is an extensive treatise on issues such as the uniqueness of the Jewish People, their tribulations in Exile, and the coming Days of Mashiach. This illuminating perspective on these issues, from the pen of such an authoritative source, is a must-read. Learn More

  4. Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #8, Eikev - Re’eh: Mitzvos 428-490

    Sefer Hachinuch, Book Of Mitzvos #8, Eikev - Re’eh: Mitzvos 428-490

    $24.75

    The Jan Czuker Family Elucidation of the Torah's Commandments

    Sefer HaChinuch is one of the great classics of the 13th Century. Although the anonymous author states that he wrote it for his son and the youth of his time to learn on Sabbath afternoons, it was embraced by the entire nation as a masterpiece.

    The author lists all 613 Commandments following the weekly Torah Readings. He explains the source of each mitzvah, suggests a reason for it and the lesson it contains for us, and provides a summary of its laws. Chinuch gives expression to the essence of the mitzvos in a manner that speaks to the heart of the Jew. No other work approaches it in presenting the grandeur and majesty of the 613 Mitzvos.

    Thanks to the gifted scholars of ArtScroll/Mesorah, English readers — scholars and laymen alike — can now study and understand Sefer HaChinuch with clarity and in depth, as never before.

    The Hebrew text, authoritatively researched by Machon Yerushalayim, is newly vowelized.

    Every word and phrase is translated and explained, following the pattern of the ArtScroll Schottenstein Talmud.

    Notes explain the background and concepts.

    Sources of the laws are cited and explained.

    References to other works and classic halachic sources are provided for those interested in further research.

    Illuminating "Insights" reveal broad dimensions of the mitzvos.

    An Overview discusses the inner meaning and spiritual uplift of the mitzvos.

    This major achievement brings profound understanding of the mitzvos within the reach of every Jew. The first volume also contains the Author's Introduction, which is an extensive treatise on issues such as the uniqueness of the Jewish People, their tribulations in Exile, and the coming Days of Mashiach. This illuminating perspective on these issues, from the pen of such an authoritative source, is a must-read. Learn More

  5. Wisdom for Living, Rabbi Noach Weinberg Zt"l on the Parashah

    Wisdom for Living, Rabbi Noach Weinberg Zt"l on the Parashah

    $24.75

    Rav Noach Weinberg, a pioneer in Jewish outreach and the legendary founder and Rosh Yeshiva of Aish HaTorah, was a man whose very essence was love – love for Hashem, His Torah, and His people. Rav Noach's entire being radiated wisdom and joy, and no wonder: he was profoundly and deeply connected to the Torah, the source of all wisdom and true happiness.

    And how he loved to give over that wisdom. His Thursday night Torah lectures were legendary. The newest arrival to Aish HaTorah and seasoned kollel students -- everyone wanted to hear what Rav Noach had to say about the weekly parashah, and how we could take Toras Chaim, the Torah's wisdom for living, into our own lives and challenges.

    In Wisdom for Living, Rav Noach speaks to us with all the brilliance, passion, and fervor that he brought to those unforgettable Thursday night sessions. His devoted students, Rabbis Nechemia and Yitzchak Coopersmith, have adapted those lessons for print, scrupulously maintaining Rav Noach's unique and beloved voice. In every parashah Rav Noach uncovered a piercing insight for our lives. Sometimes he discovered a truth to help us break down our barriers to greatness, other times he shared an unexpected insight into the workings of the cosmos - or our own daily lives. This remarkable book shares some of Rav Noach's revolutionary approaches to understanding the wisdom of the Torah in today's world. Learn More

  6. Derashot Ledorot: A Commentary for the Ages- Exodus
  7. MISHLEI/PROVERBS #2

    MISHLEI/PROVERBS #2

    $24.75

    MISHLEI/PROVERBS #2

    Mishlei, in the famed ArtScroll Tanach Series, is now complete — volume 2 is here!

    King Solomon's Book of Mishlei/Proverbs is a guide to life. Its every line is a precious lode of wisdom, guidance, inspiration, and insight. The greatest minds and hearts of our history - from the sages of the Talmud to the thinkers, leaders, and ethicists of modern times - have mined every phrase of this book.

    The result is here, in this magnificent volume, by two consummate scholars and teachers who faithfully communicate the wisdom of the wisest of men, as understood by the classic commentators.

    This new volume includes a broad and brilliant treatment of Eishes Chayil - Solomon's tribute to the jewish wife and mother.

    Since volume 1 appeared several years ago, the public has clamored for volume 2. Here it is! If you have volume 1, you'll welcome this one. If you don't - get both volumes without delay. Learn More

  8. Kol Dodi On The Haftaros, The Haftaros: comments, insights and their connection to the Parashah

    Kol Dodi On The Haftaros, The Haftaros: comments, insights and their connection to the Parashah

    $24.75

    Kol Dodi On The Haftaros

    Maran HaGaon Harav David Feinstein shlit"a is renowned as one of the world's premier authorities in Torah Law. Less well-known is that he has an encyclopedic knowledge of Tanach, and his weekly shiurim on the Parashah attract a wide variety of people anxious to hear his scintillating, original explanations.

    Over the years, Harav Feinstein has explained how the weekly and festival Hafatarahs are related to the Torah readings they accompany. As he writes in his preface, he went on from this endeavor to write a commentary on the Haftarahs themselves. In this brilliant work, the Rosh Yeshivah presents the fruit of his thought and writing.

    There was a tragic period in our ancient history when the notorious King Antiochus, of Chanukah infamy, forbade the Torah reading on Shabbos and Yom Tov. In response, the Sages of Israel chose selections from Nevi'im to be read during the tefillos. When the Torah readings were restored to their proper place, the Sages retained the selections from Nevi'im as the Haftarah, to follow of Kerias HaTorah. Over the course of the year, there are over 70 Haftarahs, which means that knowledge of the Haftarahs will provide an understanding of a significant portion of the Books of the Prophets.

    In this masterpiece, the Rosh Yeshivah introduces each Haftarah, explains its historical context where necessary, shows its relationship to the Parashah, and offers an enlightening commentary in his own unique, original manner. The reader marvels at the clarity and the depth of the insights. At the same time, the content is easily accessible to everyone, regardless of background. This volume will be welcomed wherever there is a thirst for knowledge. It adds an important new dimension to the Shabbos and Yom Tov Torah readings. And it is an unusual opportunity to be welcomed into the mind of one of the great men of our time and "join him" as he explores the teachings of the Nevi'im in the light of Chazal.

    Includes the complete Hebrew text of all the Haftaros with an English translation. Learn More

  9. Derashot Ledorot #2 - Exodus

    Derashot Ledorot #2 - Exodus

    $23.95

    Derashot Ledorot: Exodus, A Commentary for the Ages is a selection of essays on the book of Exodus based on sermons given by Rabbi Norman Lamm during the years 1952 and 1976, while he served as a synagogue rabbi. These essays, culled from the files of the Lamm Archives of Yeshiva University, feature reflections on the weekly parasha, brilliantly illustrating Rabbi Lamm’s masterful pedagogy, deep intellectual rigor, and staunch commitment to the word of God. Today, almost half a century later, these essays remain as relevant and inspiring as ever. With foreword written by Jacob J Schacter Edited by Stuart W Halpern. Learn More
  10. Tikun Korim Simanim - Small - 10"x7" - תיקון קוראים סימנים, קטן

    Tikun Korim Simanim - Small - 10"x7" - תיקון קוראים סימנים, קטן

    $24.75

    Tikun Korim Simanim - Small - 10"x7" - תיקון קוראים סימנים, קטן Learn More

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