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  1. Chains, A powerful novel set in the era of the Churban Beis Hamikdash

    Chains, A powerful novel set in the era of the Churban Beis Hamikdash


    Judea is in flames; Romans ravage the villages and beseige Jerusalem. Thousands of captives arrive in Rome, fodder for the slave market.

    Shulamit chafes under the chains of captivity.

    Mariam chokes in the chains of her role as Saducee princess. Chanan throws off the chains of his past life and embraces Rome.

    Yet the links that bind them to the past also bind them to each other.

    First serialized, to popular acclaim, in the Family First magazine,Chains is the groundbreaking historical novel that brings to life the lives and struggles of the Jews who lived through the Churban - and found themselves taken as slaves to the teeming metropolis of Ancient Rome. The city to which all roads lead is the absolute antithesis of the holy city of Jerusalem, and it is against this backdrop that Shulamit, Mariam, and the others wage their painful battles, both personal and national.

    Filled with memorable characters, impossible challenges, and an unforgettable message,Chains is the story of exile and faith, history and destiny - and of the steady flame of hope that burns in the heart of every Jew. Learn More

  2. Nezirah, The Story of Queen Helene of Adiabene

    Nezirah, The Story of Queen Helene of Adiabene


    She left her family, her people, her country. And she never looked back.

    Nezirah: The Story of Queen Helene of Adiabene is an exquisite portrayal of the little known personality of Queen Helene, a righteous convert who left the pagan country in which she had reigned, to settle in the Holy Land during the tumultuous days before the destruction of the second Beis Hamikdash.

    The compelling, true story of Queen Helene's life is skillfully woven together with vivid descriptions of life in Eretz Yisrael under Roman rule, creating a historical masterpiece that will leave its readers enlightened, inspired, and uplifted. Learn More

  3. Holocaust Heroines

    Holocaust Heroines


    4 Teenagers' Stories Of Courage & Miraculous Survival Learn More
  4. Nouri, The story of Isidore Dayan, and the growth of a vibrant community in America

    Nouri, The story of Isidore Dayan, and the growth of a vibrant community in America


    The orphan, raised by his grandmother, caught in an unusual custody battle that only a bet din can resolve.

    The prosperous businessman building up a family and a community on the quiet streets of Bensonhurst, lending money to others so that they can open a business that will compete with his own.

    The generous philanthropist cleaning up the synagogue he helped to build.

    The indomitable optimist who pulled himself out of poverty, but who always knew where his success really came from.

    This is Nouri's story

    He was a man of many names: Ezra, Nouri (which, appropriately, means "my light"), Isidore, Izzy. He was a larger-than-life personality, helping to create a larger-than-life community, and it needs a larger-than-life book to tell his story. This is Nouri's book.

    Nouri: The Story of Isidore Dayan, and the growth of a vibrant community in America focuses on one of the most intriguing personalities of the modern Jewish world. The tale spans almost a century, includes two World Wars, and features a panoramic background ranging from Baghdad and Damascus to Brooklyn, from Czechoslovakia to Baltimore to tiny Vineland, New Jersey.

    In the pages of this biography-that-reads-like-a-novel, you will meet famed gedolim: Hacham Murad, Nouri's mentor and eventually his father-in-law; Rav Avraham Kalmanowitz, the Mirrer Rosh Yeshiva, whose efforts and care for Klal Yisrael included the Sephardim of America; and Rav Yitzchok Hutner, who, together with Nouri's daughter and son-in-law, underwent a harrowing terrorist plane hijacking.

    You will meet men who create businesses built on generosity and adherence to Jewish values; Sephardic grandmothers filled with the unyielding strength of simple devotion; and a new generation of young Sephardim determined to reach - and teach - higher levels of Torah learning. And, of course, you will meet Nouri, the quiet, unassuming, and friendly man who became a legend in his community.

    The young, poor orphan becomes a wealthy businessman: it's almost a cliche. But in Nouri's story there are no cliches. There are only remarkable instances of Divine Providence, self-sacrifice, devotion, and an almost extraordinary level of chesed and caring - a true life odyssey that reads like a novel. Learn More

  5. ויהי איש מצליח

    ויהי איש מצליח


    תולדות חייו של ר' זלמן יודא דייטש Learn More
  6. Royal Challenge, A Chess Odyssey: From King Solomon to Cyrus the Great… and Beyond

    Royal Challenge, A Chess Odyssey: From King Solomon to Cyrus the Great… and Beyond


    The birthplace of chess is shrouded in mystery. Some say India or China. Others attribute it to Persia or Greece. Another legend maintains that the game was created in the court of King Solomon about 3,000 years ago…

    This charming, enthralling, and suspenseful story takes place in the ancient kingdom of Persia. The hero, an impoverished teenager named Bijan, is a horse trainer who helps a wise old traveler… and rediscovers the game of chess. Ultimately, King Cyrus is so impressed by the game that he rewards Bijan with any single request.

    Join Bijan on his incredible journey — and watch his unique request take on a life of its own, ultimately altering the course of history. The ensuing events catapult both the king and the stable boy on an adventurous and bizarre global quest that is limited only by the reader’s imagination.

    About the Author:

    Born in Israel in 1948, Yitzhak Salomon is a veteran of two wars. Early on in life, he discovered that he would rather hold a pen than a gun. This revelation opened the door to a prolific writing career encompassing history, philosophy, satire, and spirituality. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children. Learn More

  7. אתם שלום

    אתם שלום


    חייו ופועלו של החסיד ר' רפאל צמח חודיידטוב מסמרקאנד Learn More
  8. מאחורי קווי האויב

    מאחורי קווי האויב


    פרשיות מרתקות על שלוחי הרבי מליובאוויטש בשליחויות עלומות במדינות אויב Learn More
  9. Great Jewish Treasures, A Collection Of Precious Judaica, Associated With Torah leaders

    Great Jewish Treasures, A Collection Of Precious Judaica, Associated With Torah leaders


    The word "treasure" usually conjures up an image of a wooden chest overflowing with gold coins, diamonds, and rubies. Jewish treasures are different. Ours are not those which fill the coffers, but those that enrich the soul: The words of Torah we learn, the mitzvos we perform, and our attachment to Hashem. Even in the physical realm, when an object is utilized for a Divine purpose - especially by a spiritual giant - it is deemed a treasure indeed.

    Rabbi Moshe Bamberger, author of Great Jewish Letters and Great Jewish Speeches, now brings his talent for finding fascinating and unusual historical facts and stunning visual images to the world of rabbinic artifacts - genuine Jewish treasures.

    In these gorgeous pages we will find the ancient seal of the Ramban which was only recently unearthed in the Holy Land. We will read the rabbinical ordination conferred by the Chida, be dazzled by the exquisite Torah crown of the Ruzhiner Rebbe, and behold the "Last Ketzos" sold in America. We will view the Vilna Gaon's Gemara - along with his glosses and the wax drippings from his candle, the shofar used by the Bluzhover Rebbe in Bergen Belsen, and Rabbi Aharon Kotler's grand blueprint for Beth Medrash Govoha. As we gaze upon the precious possessions of some of the world's most noted Jews - Rabbi Yaakov Kamenetsky's storied Kiddush cup, Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg's famous tzitzis, and Rebbetzin Kanievsky's holy Shabbos candlesticks - we see more than interesting artifacts; we get a profound feeling for the people who owned these objects and used them in their service of G-d, His Torah and His People.

    Lavishly designed with both photos and illustrations. Learn More

  10. Tuky: The Story of a Hidden Child

    Tuky: The Story of a Hidden Child


    Mrs. Tuky (Gestetner) Treitel is a well respected member of the Montreal Jewish community where she’s lived for decades and raised a beautiful family. However, her experiences as a hidden child during WWII are always with her.

    This inspiring chapter book takes young readers back to that dark and perilous time, allowing them to walk along with six-year-old Tuky, her little brother, and their cousin, as they leave a comfortable life and happy Jewish home to hide from the Nazis.

    Will the three children be able to blend in with simple farm families in the Hungarian countryside? Will they remember they are Jewish? Will they be able to keep such a dangerous secret?

    Excellent, age-appropriate introduction to the Holocaust for elementary school age children. Bonus material includes family photos, a historical note, and a recent interview with Mrs. Tuky (Gestetner) Treitel, by her daughter, Author Shterni Rosenfeld.

    Ages 8 to 12 Learn More

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