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  1. The Vale of Tears

    The Vale of Tears

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    An epic journey across borders, The Vale of Tears chronicles close to two years in the life of Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung as he seeks an escape route from Nazi-occupied Europe. In this rare, near day-by-day account, Rabbi Hirschprung illuminates what life was like for an Orthodox rabbi fleeing persecution, finding inspiration and hope in Jewish scripture and psalms as he navigates the darkness of wartime to a safe harbour in Kobe, Japan. Learn More
  2. Let My World Survive, A compilation of Talmudic & Midrashic sources The story of Noach, a lone tzaddik in a corrupt world

    Let My World Survive, A compilation of Talmudic & Midrashic sources The story of Noach, a lone tzaddik in a corrupt world

    $19.00

    From the moment he set eyes on his newborn son, Lemech knew that this child was extraordinary. The boy was bathed in an otherworldly aura, as if the Shechinah hovered over him.

    Noach is born into a wild world, where kidnapping and theft are commonplace, where fallen angels tread, and where even the animals are penetrated with evil. Can he, a righteous voice in the midst of chaos, save his world from destruction?

    In Let My World Survive, the ninth volume in the Let My Nation series, Rabbi Yosef Deutsch tells the story of the great Flood and its aftermath like no other author can: with humor, drama, and a wealth of detail, illuminating complexities and unraveling paradoxes. He expertly weaves explanations from the Talmud, Midrash and Chazal to give a coherent, cohesive, and chronological picture of the first two millennia after Creation - the backdrop to the arrival of Avraham Avinu. Learn More

  3. Holocaust Heroines

    Holocaust Heroines

    $19.00

    4 Teenagers' Stories Of Courage & Miraculous Survival Learn More
  4. ויהי איש מצליח

    ויהי איש מצליח

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    תולדות חייו של ר' זלמן יודא דייטש Learn More
  5. מלחמת ששת הימים

    מלחמת ששת הימים

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    קומיקס מרהיב עין, הממחיש בצורה אותנטית את ימי מלחמת ששת הימים. הפחד והאימה בשבועות שלפני המלחמה, הבטחת הניצחון מפי הרבי, ההכרזה על מבצע תפילין ותיאור חי תוסס ודרמטי של ימי המלחמה - הכל משתלב יחדיו לקומיקס שטרם נראה כמוהו. פורמט גדול Learn More
  6. Miracle at El Alamein

    Miracle at El Alamein

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    Miracle at El Alamein

    The story of the rabbis who stopped the Nazi onslaught at the gates of Eretz Yisrael

    “All of Palestine was in a panic ... This time, there seemed to be no way out.” -- R’ Chaskel Besser

    In 1942, as General Rommel led the German and Italian armies through North Africa toward Eretz Yisrael, terror gripped the Holy Land. It seemed inevitable that the entire Jewish population would fall into the Germans’ murderous hands.

    This is the story of the holy tzaddikim of Eretz Yisrael who stormed the heavens with their prayers and brought Rommel’s progress to a stunning halt at El Alamein in Egypt. The events that took place there were nothing short of miraculous.

    This gripping account -- a true story of despair transformed into salvation -- will reinvigorate your faith in the power of tefillah.

    “An extraordinary source of inspiration and enlightenment [that will leave you] with a heightened ... appreciation of the otherwordly wisdom of the Gedolei Torah ... of the previous generations and their power to influence the course of history.”

    -- Rabbi Shmuel Irons, Rosh Kollel and noted historian and speaker. Learn More

  7. A Glimpse at Greatness

    A Glimpse at Greatness

    $19.00

    A Glimpse at Greatness

    Quick Overview

    A Study in the Works of Giants of Lomdus (Halachic Analysis) Including short biographies of the featured authors and an Introduction to Lomdus.

    Did you ever want to:

    Experience the depth of Torah study but avoid textual struggle? Become familiar with the lives and works of Torah giants? Understand what Yeshiva students get excited about? Have an intellectual challenge in authentic Jewish studies?

    A Glimpse at Greatness is your chance!

    ...

    “I am sure that this book will be of great value to those who seek knowledge and are thirsty for the sweetness of Torah” - Translated from the approbation of HaRav Asher Weiss, Av Beit Din and Rosh Yeshiva of Darkei Torah.

    “Rabbi Mann’s lucid presentation of the novella of four Torah giants, and his own original insights provided in the endnotes, are welcome additions to the English language Torah literature.” - Rabbi Mordechai Willig, Rosh Yeshiva at Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary.

    “This book, as its title indicates, truly allows the reader/student a glimpse into the greatness on in-depth Talmudic study. The presentation of four different great and renowned authors’ approach to basic Talmudic issues is enlightening, informative, and most instructive. Anyone who truly wishes to understand the wonder of studying Torah will find in this book an invaluable aid and learning companion.” - Rabbi Berel Wein, Renowned Rabbi, Historian, and Writer.

    “I learned A Glimpse at Greatness with a group of students spanning a variety of levels. The material was great; they really enjoyed it. Overall, everyone thought the material was clear, very understandable, and super helpful (even to the more advanced learners). Some students have a very limited Torah learning background, and they were also able to access and benefit from the material.” -Rabbi Jonathan Shulman, Director of OU/JLIC at Penn Hillel. Learn More

  8. Baron Rothschild, The Life and Times of Baron Shimon Wolf Rothschild

    Baron Rothschild, The Life and Times of Baron Shimon Wolf Rothschild

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    Baron Rothschild, The Life and Times of Baron Shimon Wolf Rothschild

    ROTHSCHILD – the name alone conjures images of colossal wealth and influence. Although many in the family were not observant Jews, Baron Shimon Wolf (Wilhelm), grandson of the founder of the Rothschild dynasty, was an exception. A tzaddik and first-class Torah scholar, he stood behind nearly every Jewish religious undertaking in nineteenth century Europe. Who was this great philanthropist about whom so little is written? Could it be that he came to know authentic Judaism through…an Italian priest?!

    Here is a fascinating, true story of intrigue and triumph, peril and deliverance, all woven together with the golden thread of Divine providence. History comes alive as you meet the Gedolim of this pivotal era, and travel from Naples to Jerusalem, Istanbul to Frankfurt, in search of a long lost child. Dramatic and inspiring, Baron Rothschild enthralls as it reveals the beauty of Torah combined with riches, permeated with the fear of Heaven. Learn More

  9. The Rabbi And The Nuns

    The Rabbi And The Nuns

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    The Rabbi and the Nuns: The Inside Story of a Rabbi’s Therapeutic Work with the Sisters of St. Francis chronicles the highlights of a twenty-year working relationship between Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski and the nuns and priests of the Pittsburgh Diocese and St. Francis Hospital. Spearheading a groundbreaking rehab program, Rabbi Twerski and the nuns develop a working connection that transcends their religious differences, forges mutual respect, and brings them to a whole new level in ecumenical relations. Insightful, inspiring, and humorous at times, Rabbi Twerski’s personal account is frank and engrossing. We are given a rare glimpse into the inner world of spiritual leaders as they grapple with their personal struggles to adjust to today’s tumultuous times. Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski served for twenty years as the director of the department of psychiatry at St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The author of more than sixty books, he has also been featured in hundreds of magazines and newspapers. Two of his books, When Do the Good Things Start? and Waking Up Just in Time, were written in collaboration with the late Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip. Rabbi Twerski is the scion of great Chassidic dynasties and traces his ancestry back to the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Chassidic movement. He has lectured extensively on chemical dependency and other topics such as stress, self-esteem, and spirituality, and has traveled the world as a spokesperson for recovery on behalf of the millions who have achieved it, inspiring and encouraging those still finding their way. Learn More
  10. Nathan's Bitterness and Salvation

    Nathan's Bitterness and Salvation

    $18.00

    A true story of a twelve year old Dutch Jewish boy who was saved from the Nazis by Catholic gentiles and who finds his Jewish roots. Learn More

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