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  1. Halachic Handbook: The Laws of Chanukah

    Halachic Handbook: The Laws of Chanukah

    $5.75

    The Perfect Gift For A Simchah - Or For Yourself!

    New in the Halachic Handbook series: A concise and clear summary of all the laws of the holiday of Chanukah. The halachos are written in a readable, easy-to-follow style, while extensive source notes make this a valuable resource for further, in-depth study. This volume also includes historical background of Chanukah.

    Includes Birchas HaMazon - A unique gift to give out at weddings, sheva berachos, brissim, bar and bas mitzvahs, organizational dinners, and other events

    Includes halachos of: 
    - the Chanukah menorah 
    - candle lighting 
    - where and when to light
    - traveling on Chanukah
    - Al HaNissim 
    - and many, many more.

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  2. Swords and Scrolls

    Swords and Scrolls

    $9.50

    It's not easy being a teenager in Eretz Yisrael in the days of King Antiochus. Fifteen year old Elisha is curious about the mysteries new building in Yerushalayim, while his newly married cousin, Rivka, is suspicious of the changes that threaten to disturb her peaceful existence. Rumors abound that a large army is on its way.

    Will Rivka have the courage to stand up for her beliefs and will Elisha win the battle raging in his soul? Learn More

  3. Moadim Perspectives, Chanukah - Purim

    Moadim Perspectives, Chanukah - Purim

    $21.95

    In his writings, Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch offered profound and original insights into the meaning of all aspects of Jewish life and thought. His successor, Rav Dr. Salomon Breuer, and his grandson, Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer, offered further understanding, following the ideas of Rav Hirsch.

    Moadim Perspectives: Chanukah - Purim contains inspiring teachings from these great Rabbinic leaders that will serve to imbue a deeper appreciation for these festive days and enhance the spiritual level that these Moadim help us to achieve Learn More

  4. The Light That Unites, A Chanukah Companion Blessings, Teachings, & Tales

    The Light That Unites, A Chanukah Companion Blessings, Teachings, & Tales

    $34.50

    Anyone Seeking the deeper meaning, the true spirituality of Chanukah, will want to have this book as a holiday companion and guide. This first-of-its-kind book offers a teaching for each candle of Chanukah gathered from the most beloved and esteemed sages and masters: Rabbi Joseph Solovetchik, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Abraham Isaak Kook, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, and other great luminaries. Be prepared for a new appreciation of Chanukah, the holiday of light and unity. Learn More
  5. Tales for the Shabbos Table, #1 - Bereishis

    Tales for the Shabbos Table, #1 - Bereishis

    $19.00

    Popular author Zalman Ruderman utilizes his renowned talent to tell stories that will engage both child and adult alike. These pages contain stirring tales of great individuals and ordinary people who displayed unparalleled heroism, extraordinary kindness and tremendous love for Hashem – Reb Pinchas Koritzer's visit to the blind violinist, heartbreaking sobs emanating from the office of Reb Moshe Feinstein, the woman who lost everything save her emunah, the impossible conditions set by the Chidushei Harim to expand his Yeshiva, a Rosh Hakohol who saved three communities, and more.

    Tales for the Shabbos Table has 4 stories for each Parsha as well as 6 stories for each Yom Tov.

    Children — and adults — will eagerly anticipate story time at the Shabbos table. Learn More

  6. A Festival of Torah

    A Festival of Torah

    $25.75

    When understood properly, the Jewish holidays are inspirational, joyous, and profound. This monumental book contains nearly a thousand concise insights into all the Torah and Rabbinic festivals, as well as sections on the Days of Awe, the Three Weeks, and Tishah B'Av, compiled by renowned Rosh Kollel and talmid chacham Rabbi Binyamin Wurzburger. The author has drawn from his immense breadth of knowledge to provide the reader with a treasury of original ideas of the great commentators throughout the ages. Extensively sourced, the book is a fascinating and eclectic collection of concepts culled from lesser-known commentaries.With this comprehensive anthology of Yom Tov thoughts - many presented to the English-speaking reader for the first time - both scholars and laymen can indeed celebrate "A Festival of Torah." Learn More
  7. Yom Tov Inspiration, Short Bursts of Inspiration to Enhance Your Yomim Tovim

    Yom Tov Inspiration, Short Bursts of Inspiration to Enhance Your Yomim Tovim

    $21.95

    The verse says, "You shall rejoice on your Festival" (Devarim 16:14) and what better way to rejoice during the Yom Tov than by learning short bursts of inspiring Torah - to enjoy and share at the Yom Tov table?

    This is exactly what Rabbi Dov Ber Weisman sets out to achieve. With golden nuggets of Torah from many different sources, your Yom Tov is bound to be uplifted. Learn More

  8. Welcome to Our Table, Words of Torah & Inspiring Stories from Our Shabbos Table to Yours

    Welcome to Our Table, Words of Torah & Inspiring Stories from Our Shabbos Table to Yours

    $21.95

    We don't often get a chance to ask penetrating questions of our family or friends. The one time in the week when we can learn - and be inspired by the thoughts and life experiences of others - is Shabbos or Yom Tov. But how can we bring that about? How can we engage family, friends and guests so that we make the relevant Torah portion come alive?

    Welcome to Our Table shows exactly how. It provides a user-friendly guide to help one and all make the most of the Shabbos and Yom Tov experience. And, while it will not deliver the food to your table, it will deliver the rest - amazing Torah wisdom, insightful questions and inspiring stories From Our Table to Yours! Learn More

  9. What If…on Yamim Tovim

    What If…on Yamim Tovim

    $24.75

    Fascinating halachic discussions for the Yom Tov table

    You love it at your Shabbos table. 
    Now you can enjoy What If? on all the Jewish holidays!

    • It is Rosh Hashanah. A man holding a shofar is going to blow for a sick friend. A car pulls up and the driver says, “I'm Jewish. Would you mind blowing that shofar for me?Should he blow the shofar while yom tov is clearly being desecrated
    • Boaz built a huge succah for his restaurant - and now patrons of other kosher eateries are using it, and his own customers have to wait. Can he ask the others to leave?
    • A pre-Pesach food drive is hurting local groceries. Can the merchants demand that the food distribution be stopped?

    The bestselling and beloved What If? series has become a welcome staple at our Shabbos tables. Based on the popular Hebrew-language series Chashukei Chemed, written by noted rav and posek Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein shlita, and translated and arranged by Rabbi Moshe Sherrow, every volume in the What If? series includes hundreds of real-life halachic questions, each accompanied by a brief, practical scenario to illustrate the case, and an answer that is understandable and easy to follow. Make your holiday table extra-special with the great conversation starter, What If on Yamim Tovim.

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  10. Just Imagine! We Beat the Greeks

    Just Imagine! We Beat the Greeks

    $21.95

    Dear Children,You are all familiar with the story of Chanukah. But did you ever think about how it really looked, and how it felt to be there?

    Can you close your eyes and imagine yourself as one of those children who discovered one bitter day that they were not allowed to learn Torah or keep mitzvos?

    How did the Yidden feel when the Beis Hamikdash was taken from them and they were no longer able to bring the korbanos? How did they feel when the Greek soldiers patrolled the streets and arrested anyone caught breaking the terrible laws?

    How did they feel when they had to run away to the caves in the hills so that they could continue to keep Hashem’s mitzvos?

    Moreover, did you ever think about the fact that the Chashmonaim, the tzaddikim who went out to fight against the evil Greeks, were not strong soldiers, but rather Torah scholars who had spent their whole lives learning in the beis medrash? Can you imagine your father or your rav going out one day to battle against an extremely sophisticated and well-equipped army—without being afraid of anyone, and with the strongest emunah in HaKadosh Baruch Hu—and in the end, winning?

    In order to help you imagine all this and learn the valuable lessons of the Chanukah story, I want to invite you on a fascinating journey. We’ll discover how the Greek decrees would look if they were issued today and how the hideout caves might look if the Jews would flee to there today. On this journey you can close your eyes and for just a few minutes feel as though you are there, in the days of the Chashmonaim. As though you are hiding from the government officials who want to stop you from learning Torah, as though you are running with your family to the caves in the hills, as though you are in the battlefield, one of the few battling the mighty and the many—and winning!!

    I am sure you will enjoy this journey. True, there will be a few sad moments, but lots of happy and miraculous ones too. Above all, I hope that you will feel more and more how important the holy Torah is, and how its precious mitzvos are truly the most important thing in the world. You will also discover that tanks and planes don’t really matter, because victory on the battlefield depends only on the Will of Avinu Shebashamayaim! Learn More

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