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  1. The Miracle Worker, Stories about R' Amram Ben Diwan

    The Miracle Worker, Stories about R' Amram Ben Diwan


    Rabbi Amram Ben Diwan was one of the greatest, as well as most intriguing, Torah personalities of his generation. A leading scholar and miracle worker who lived during the 1700s, he was from Jerusalem but passed away and was buried in Morocco. He was proficient in every aspect of Torah literature, including Halachah, Talmud, and particularly Kabbalah.

    The Miracle Worker: Stories about the Tzaddik Rabbi Amram Ben Diwan, written by Rabbi Meir Elazar Attia and restructured and edited by noted author Yehuda Azoulay, will provide readers with a penetrating glimpse into this holy man. Learn who Rabbi Amram Ben Diwan was, and about the incredible miracles wrought through him. Learn More

  2. Tech Talk, Real people take an honest look at how technology affects their lives

    Tech Talk, Real people take an honest look at how technology affects their lives




     When I think back to my childhood, I remember my mother standing by the kitchen counter making supper with the phone cradled in her neck. She was talking to her friends, relatives, and answering tzedakah calls. Other than those times that she was on the phone, she was available for me. I wonder what my kids think of their childhood...How do they look at me? I know that I am on my cell phone a lot. Is it the same thing?


     About ten years ago, when I saw someone emailing during chazaras hashatz in shul, I couldn't get over the concept of him sitting there-like, are you texting G-d?? And I think back to that every so often as I text during davening. I know I'm not as vigilant as I should be these days. I don't have any good justification here; it's just too easy when you hear that ping to look down and then fall into the habit...

    Hash tags and apps and emojis and social media: the world of 2018.

    Whether we like it or not, technology is here to stay. But that doesn't mean our free choice is gone and that we must go with the flow of the technology-obsessed world around us. We can take a stand, have a long, hard look at technology and at what it does to us, and then decide for ourselves whether or not we will submit to the lure of the smartphone and all that comes along with it.

    In TechTalk, that's exactly what Malka, Sarit, Mina, Zahava, Rochel, and Mordechai did.

    These six brave souls kept a running journal of their use of technology and their thoughts and feelings about it, over the course of a year-and were astounded at their discoveries through their journeys. No, they weren't throwing out their phones or cutting themselves off from society at the end of the "experiment" yet each of them, being honest, thinking individuals, found tremendous room for growth as they explored their inner world via these journals.

    You, too, can gain much inspiration and food for thought from their candidness. For all those seeking an honest take on the affect of technology in our lives-TechTalk is a true must-read!

    From the author of 6 Diaries: Aliza Feder Learn More

  3. Liftoff! 23 True Stories

    Liftoff! 23 True Stories


    A young man survives a terrifying carjacking.

    A mother is imprisoned when her emotionally challenged child calls the police.

    Two young sisters, all alone, attempt to escape war-torn Iran, knowing there is a good chance they will never see their beloved home, family, and friends again.

    Liftoff! is a beautiful collection of over twenty real-life stories of people who faced challenges yet managed to overcome them, utilizing their deep emunah and bitachon in Hashem. All of these stories are true. All of them happened to “ordinary” people like you and me. All of them have the ability to uplift and transform each one of us, with their message of the power of the human spirit—and the uniqueness of the Jewish soul. Learn More

  4. Never Knew You, A Novel

    Never Knew You, A Novel


    A spellbinding novel

    Can you imagine growing up with the knowledge that you once had a sister who disappeared? Kaley Rosen matures to adulthood in the shadow of that dark past.

    Can you imagine knowing you were adopted but having no interest in finding out about the biological family who gave you away? Adele Green lived with these feelings all her life, until her parents die in a car crash, leaving her almost alone in the world.

    A tangled web of events follows the two young women as they traverse myriad emotions and thousands of miles to the climactic ending. Which is really just the beginning ... Learn More

  5. Uncle Dave's Dive Machine, A Novel

    Uncle Dave's Dive Machine, A Novel


    "There's no choice. If the gyroscope has been off then I'm afraid the ballast system might be under too much pressure. We'll have to surface and dock at the nearest island." Ominous words - particularly when spoken from deep under the ocean in a mini submarine, and with communication to the outside world nonexistent.

    Yanky, Meni and Eli Bloomenkrantz are off for a short cruise with their Great-Uncle Dave one summer day when they suddenly find themselves stranded on a desert island somewhere in the middle of the ocean. To their surprise, the island is actually inhabited - but an aura of mystery shrouds the island.

    Who exactly are the islanders and what secret lies behind their peculiar customs? Who is the strange, fearsome Plain Tom who stalks the island and threatens everyone in his path? And why is someone intent on making sure that there is no contact with the outside world?

    Join the Bloomenkrantz boys as they discover the inner strength and fortitude necessary to navigate the challenges of surviving on a desert island.

    Uncle Dave's Dive Machine will take you on an exciting, fascinating journey of survival and fortitude, of facing challenges with bitachon and ultimately persevering. Learn More

  6. Mrs. Honig's Cake #7: Good Yom Tov! Stories Around the Jewish year

    Mrs. Honig's Cake #7: Good Yom Tov! Stories Around the Jewish year


    Say "Good Yom Tov, Mrs. Honig" and she will treat you to a seasonal selection of delectable delights. Greet each holiday with a Mrs. Honig favorite - tales for every palate, age, and Yom Tov.

    You'll relish each story as you go holiday hopping around the Jewish calendar. And when you're gathering those last few crumbs from the very last story, no worries - there's a brand new year beckoning. Turn right back to Rosh Hashanah, and presto! - this book turns into a family classic!

    Mrs. Honig Cakes stories are wholesome, interesting, enjoyable, and age-appropriate. They possess a feeling for Yiddishkeit and illustrate good middos. Young Readers will identify with these characters.

    - Rabbi Oscar Ehrenreich, Principal, Bais Yaakov Boro Park

    Mrs. Honig is charming, wholesome, and full of gentle humor and chein. Lovely stories for Jewish kids.

    - Yaffa Ganz Learn More

  7. Curtain Call

    Curtain Call


    It’s production time at Bais Breindel, but for Brachie Bodner and Atara Gold, the role-playing goes a lot deeper than on stage… A compelling and enjoyable teen novel that explores personal insecurities and complex family dynamics, written by a beloved author.

    Brachie Bodner: As the principal's daughter, she is constantly playing the role of perfect student. But are things really as perfect as she makes them out to be?

    Atara Gold: Pampered and popular, everyone thinks Atara has it all except for Atara herself. Still, Atara is determined to keep up that image at all costs. Why is that proving to be so hard?

    When production rolls around at Bais Breindel, tenth graders Brachie and Atara find themselves vying for the coveted main part in the play. But things don't pan out as either girl expected, and instead they find themselves playing roles they never could have envisioned both on stage and off.

    Curtain Call is the compelling story of two girls grappling with teenage insecurities and complex family dynamics. It's the story of every girl who has traversed the high school years, coming away with life lessons that will endure long after the curtain falls on the last act. Learn More

  8. Mrs. Honig's Cakes #6, School Stories

    Mrs. Honig's Cakes #6, School Stories


    With Mrs. Honig at your side, step right through the classroom door. No lesson is too boring, no test is too hard, and both recess and homework are fun all the same. Catch a seat up front so you can get in on the action as you sample one school story after another. In this sixth volume of Mrs. Honig's Cakes, you'll hop onto the school bus with the oh, so familiar characters and share the ride from home to school and back again.

    "Mrs Honig's Cakes stories are wholesome, interesting, enjoyable and age-appropriate. They possess a feeling for Yiddishkeit and illustrate good middos. Young readers will identify with these characters." -Rabbi Oscar Ehrenreich, Principal, Bais Yaakov Boro Park

    "Mrs. Honig is charming, wholesome, full of gentle humor and chein. Lovely stories for Jewish kids." -Yaffa Ganz Learn More

  9. The Invisibles #2, Mystery of the Anonymous Donor

    The Invisibles #2, Mystery of the Anonymous Donor


    Join Rafi Fisher and his friends as they set out to track down a mysterious donor in this exciting novel for tweens, the second in The Invisibles series!

    Rafi Fisher’s family is dealing with serious money issues. An anonymous benefactor begins sending them money each week, tucked into a yellow envelope, and they have no clue who it could be. When the Fisher family no longer needs the help, Rafi Fisher and his friends set out to track down the mysterious donor.

    Why doesn’t Nati live at home?

    How does one forgotten necklace save a family?

    And most importantly: Will Rafi ever discover the donor’s true identity?

    You’ll find the answers in this gripping, entertaining book!

    The Mystery of the Anonymous Donor is an exciting story for children, teens and even the adult who wants to take a visit back to the world of childhood.

    The Mystery of the Anonymous Donoris the second in the "Invisibles” series, and joins the other title by author Rachel Schorr,Secret of the Purple Bottle. Learn More

  10. Making Change, And Other Stories

    Making Change, And Other Stories


    Have you ever been made into an unwilling accomplice as your best friend does something terribly wrong to another person?

    Did you ever meet up with an out-of-town cousin you used to be so close with...only to discover that she seems to have turned into a world-class snob?

    Do you ever become frustrated when your parents tell you they can’t afford to buy something you really want?

    Welcome to the world of teens and tweens!

    In Making Change, you will read the fictional accounts of many girls who are just like you: teens and tweens who worry about their friendships and their weight and the image they project to the world. Enter the lives of Ahuvi, Chaya, Baila, and the others — and let the magic of their stories unfold and envelope you! Learn More

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