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  1. What's the Halachah? Relevant halachos arranged according to the month of the year

    What's the Halachah? Relevant halachos arranged according to the month of the year

    $23.95

    May an ebay seller set his auction to conclude on Shabbos? May one rent advertising space on his website to others for an entire week, including Shabbos?

    Should a person worry about ayin hara? What are the most effective defenses against ayin hara?

    May one who will be on an airplane for an entire night of Chanukah use a flashlight for ner Chanukah?

    If it is difficult for someone to make it to shul, may he hear krias haTorah or Megillas Esther read over the telephone?

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    Rav Zev Smith is a popular maggid shiur and much sought-after speaker on halachic issues who has thousands of recorded shiurim in circulation on a wide range of interesting and relevant, day-to-day topics. His unique blend of halachah and hashkafah, and his knack for explaining difficult concepts in a down-to-earth, practical way, draw both scholars and laymen who seek a thorough grasp of halachah topics. In this fascinating book, he and Rabbi Dovid Kaiser, a previously published author of Torah works as well as a maggid shiur in halachah, have adapted some of the best of Rav Smith's halachah shiurim into written form. Arranged according to the months of the year, What's the Halachah? follows a specific, reader-friendly format. Each chapter begins with a set of intriguing questions on a topic in halachah, which is followed by a broad discussion of the halachic issues the topic involves. The chapter concludes with an application of the information discussed to the initial queries.

    What's the Halachah? is a book that will do more than just teach you halachah; it will open before you the vastness and the beauty of the world of halachah. Learn More

  2. 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
  3. 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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  4. Haggadah: Night of Emunah, Stories and insights on the Haggadah

    Haggadah: Night of Emunah, Stories and insights on the Haggadah

    $22.95

    Prepare for a journey...

    Out of servitude...

    Into emunah...

    This is the night.

    Pesach is called the holiday of emunah, of faith. As we sit at our Seder table speaking of the wonders and miracles of the Exodus, we ignite a flame of emunah that will burn brightly throughout the year. Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky is a brilliant storyteller, and in this unusual Haggadah he uses that talent to bring the story of Yetziyas Mitzrayim into our stories - our lives, challenges, hopes and accomplishments. And, especially, into our emunah.

    In addition to fascinating Torah insights, Rabbi Pruzansky offers story after story that highlights the emunah of the Jews, both famous personalities and simple people with rock-solid faith. He shares "kriyas Yam Suf" stories - when a person feels there is no way to go forward and Hashem miraculously brings him to where he wants to be. We will find emunah in a dangerous Arab village and on Brooklyn's Ocean Parkway. In the Soviet army and a luxury Pesach hotel. In traffic jams and basketball courts. We will explore the faith of our ancestors in Egypt, and the faith of people just like us. We will hear great stories -- and we will find ourselves strengthened.

    Haggadah shel Pesach: Night of Emunah pulsates with the energy of faith and hope; perfect for the holiday of emunah -- and just what we need to make our Seder table vibrant and meaningful on this night of renewed faith and trust. Learn More

  5. Perfect for Pesach, Pesach recipes you'll want to make all year

    Perfect for Pesach, Pesach recipes you'll want to make all year

    $28.50

    Surprise your guests. Surprise yourself. And make your food Perfect for Pesach!

    In this debut cookbook, Naomi Nachman shares her popular recipes from over two decades of cooking and catering for Passover. Perfect for Pesach presents easy recipes that use innovative flavor combinations to create fabulous gourmet meals to enhance your holiday table. “My goal is to help home cooks prepare delicious meals without making the process too complicated or exhausting”, Naomi says. “I want you to be as excited about cooking for Pesach as I am. These recipes are so delicious, your family and friends will be asking for them all year long.”

    Each of the more than 125 delicious recipes features a beautifully photographed picture by kosher blogger and cookbook author, Miriam Pascal. In addition, Naomi provides numerous Cook's Tips culled from her years of professional experience. She also includes Freezer Tips, Prep Ahead, How-to information, and recommendations for basic kitchen equipment.

    From appetizers and starters, to main dishes and desserts, Perfect for Pesach has everything needed to create and serve the perfect holiday meal.

    Vivid photograph accompanies every recipe Cooking

    Tips culled from Naomi's years of professional experience

    Freezing Tips ensure ease of prep-ahead cooking

    Guides to basic ingredients and kitchen equipment

    120 gluten free, non-gebrochts recipes Learn More

  6. Seudah Secrets on the Seder, The Significance and Spirituality of Traditional Jewish Foods

    Seudah Secrets on the Seder, The Significance and Spirituality of Traditional Jewish Foods

    $26.75

    Did you know there is a custom to individually wrap each of the three matzos at the Pesach Seder? And that there are specific kavanos one should have in mind when fulfilling the exalted mitzvah of eating matzah? Did you know that while some use celery for Karpas, others use radishes, potatoes, or onions, and still others dip celery together with potatoes into the saltwater?

    Although every Jewish holiday is steeped in tradition, when it comes to the hallowed Pesach Seder, the amount of different customs that abound for each and every part, as well as the reasoning behind them, is mind-boggling! And all of it is there to serve one fundamental purpose: elevating what we do and what we eat on this holy night to a most sublime experience.

    In Seudah Secrets on the Seder, Rabbi Dovid Meisels, author of the popular Secrets series, shares with us hundreds of customs relating to the Pesach Seder, as well as the many explanations for why and how they are done. As always, Rabbi Meisels culls his material from midrashim, Chazal, and the sefarim hakedoshim. Learn More

  7. The Passover Haggadah - Deluxe cover - Russian Edition

    The Passover Haggadah - Deluxe cover - Russian Edition

    $26.95

    With Commentary from the Classic Commentators, Midrash, Kabbalah, the Chasidic Masters and the Haggadah of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Learn More
  8. The Eishes Chayil Haggadah

    The Eishes Chayil Haggadah

    $28.50

    The Eishes Chayil Haggadah is designed to enhance women's appreciation for the miracles of Yetziyas Mitzrayim - and women's vital role in those miracles.

    Featuring:

    A rich commentary that emphasizes women's contributions to the Exodus and Jewish life

    An abundance of absorbing stories to enhance the holiday

    Clear laws of Seder night, particularly those relevant to women

    Brief overviews of vital concepts, so busy women can quickly enrich their Seder

    This magnificent volume makes a fantastic "thanks-for-working-so-hard" gift for your wife, mother, or hostess!

    Gilded page heads

    Ribbon marker

    Gorgeous copper-color hardcover Learn More

  9. The Exodus You Almost Passed Over

    The Exodus You Almost Passed Over

    $23.75

    The book that will change your seder forever.

    Is there an Exodus story that we almost passed over?

    Every year we read the story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt. It seems like something we already know. But do we?

    Questions haunt the careful reader. Among them: Doesn’t the name “Passover” seem a bit strange? Why not just call it Freedom Day, or Independence Day? And did the Exodus have to be so complicated? Couldn’t an All-Powerful deity have teleported the Israelites out of Egypt and spared everyone the arduous process of the Ten Plagues? Then there’s the uncomfortable parts of the Exodus: Why, exactly, did God have to harden Pharaoh’s heart? Was that really fair?

    In this book, Rabbi Fohrman invites us to look at the Exodus story with fresh eyes – to join him, as it were, on a guided adventure, a close reading of the ancient Biblical text. In so doing, Rabbi Fohrman reveals a side of the Exodus story that illuminates not just our past, but our future, and tells not only of our freedom, but of our destiny. This book will uncover secrets that lay hidden in this ancient and sacred saga; it tells the tale of the Exodus you thought you knew. Learn More

  10. Duby's Pesach Lists

    Duby's Pesach Lists

    $23.50

    The Frazzled Woman's Guide to a Stress Free Pesach

    Write directly in the book

    Rip out lists when you need them Learn More

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