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  1. The Practical Laws of Meat & Milk

    The Practical Laws of Meat & Milk


    This Sefer was published alongside, and based on, our previous Sefer called “A Semicha Aid for learning the Laws of Basar Bechalav” and its new revised edition. While our previous Sefer and its new edition cater specifically to the needs of the Semicha learning student and his corresponding curriculum, this Sefer is catered to all individuals who desire to know the practical laws of Basar Bechalav for their daily life, outside of the Semicha learning. This Sefer contains summarized compilations of all the practical Basar Bechalav subjects discussed in its corresponding book, although omits the less common subjects, and subjects that are not relevant to the subject of Basar Bechalav [but happen to be part of the Semicha curriculum, due to it being included in chapters 87-97]. The organization of the two books are also very different. While this book organizes the topics in accordance to relevance and subject, the corresponding Sefer organizes the topics according to chapters 87-97 in the Shulchan Aruch, following the Semicha curriculum. Thus, this Sefer contains a much advantageous practical organization of the laws, which can serve the Semicha student much use later on, when desiring to simply look up a question, or learn the practical laws in the most organized way possible. This Sefer also contains a much-needed chapter discussing the Kosher kitchen, its utensils and appliances, vis–a-vis Basar Bechalav, which is a must read for all Jewish households in order to maintain a proper Kosher kitchen. This chapter is not part of the classical curriculum of study in Semicha ordination, and has hence not been included in the corresponding book, although its knowledge is a necessity of Jewish life. Thus, for the Semicha student to receive a complete grasp of all the laws of Basar Bechalav, both in theory and practice, we highly suggest the purchase of both volumes, even though for the most part it is a repeat of information that would already have been gained in the corresponding Semicha aid book. Those who desire to only purchase one Sefer, should choose the right one in accordance to their goals. If their goal is to have knowledge of Basar Bechalav as required in the Semicha curriculum, then the corresponding Semicha aid Sefer is to be purchased, and not the current one. Those who simply desire to learn the practical laws for their daily life, are to purchase this Sefer and not the corresponding Semicha Aid. Learn More
  2. Hear the Megillah, A Playful Action Rhyme

    Hear the Megillah, A Playful Action Rhyme


    In Hear the Megillah, happy children perform playful motions for each mitzvah of Purim. They twirl and twirl like graggers, wrap themselves like Purim treats, and at the Purim meal, they all sit down!

    Ages 0-3 Learn More

  3. Light the Menorah, A Playful Action Rhyme

    Light the Menorah, A Playful Action Rhyme


    Light the Menorah highlights Chanukah activities and invites children to perform the motions along with the text. With arms held high, their fingers become Chanukah flames. They hop like potato latkes, sizzling in an oily frying pan, and spin around like a colorful dreidel – What fun!

    Ages 0-3 Learn More

  4. We Can Find a Way, a Hachnosas Orchim Inclusion Story

    We Can Find a Way, a Hachnosas Orchim Inclusion Story


    We Can Find a Way – a Hachnosas Orchim inclusion story

    Hachnosas Orchim means inviting guests… but it also means making sure that those guests feel comfortable and included!


    In We Can Find a Way, Eli, Zev and Leah look forward to hosting a celebration for their Bubby’s birthday.   However, meeting the needs of every guest requires sensitivity and lots of creative thinking.


    Two of the toddlers have food allergies.  What kind of treats work for them?  Their uncle is using a wheelchair.  He can’t even get up the front steps!  One of their cousins can’t tolerate crowded, noisy events.  Will the party have to be cancelled, or will Eli Zev and Leah find a way to include everyone?


    Children ages 3-6 will love the suspense and the positive attitude of the main characters.  Hopefully, when planning an activity or event of their own, young readers will understand the value of inclusion, and make sure to find a way!

    Ages 3-6 Learn More

  5. The Mishnah Elucidated #19, Seder Tohoros Vol. #3, Oholos

    The Mishnah Elucidated #19, Seder Tohoros Vol. #3, Oholos


    The Schottenstein Edition Talmud created a revolution in Gemara study. Now, the breakthrough format is available for the Mishnah as well.

    Ideal for:

    • Mishnah learning for yahrzeits and sheloshim
    • Students or parents helping their children with homework
    • Beginners new to Mishnah study
    • Anyone looking to review basic Mishnah

    The Schottenstein Edition of the Mishnah Elucidated features: 

    • Full vowelized Hebrew text of the Mishnah, and full text of "the Rav's" (Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro) classic Mishnah commentary.
    • Phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation, following the Schottenstein Edition Talmud format, based on the interpretation of Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro, adds words and phrases to make the Mishnah text read smoothly and clearly.
    • Notes to clarify and explain the Mishnah further by drawing on the Gemara or other classic Mishnah commentaries.
    • General introductions to each masechta discuss many important concepts.
    • Many detailed diagrams and illustrations. Learn More
  6. Zera Shimshon #2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah

    Zera Shimshon #2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah


    Zera Shimshon. Come for the segulah. Stay for the Torah.

    People looking for shidduchim. People waiting for the blessing of children. People struggling financially. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, have discovered the power of the Zera Shimshon's promise:

    "... [those who learn my Torah] will see children, and children's children... wise and discerning, and homes filled with everything good, and wealth and honor..."

    From the Introduction to Zera Shimshon by R' Shimshon Chaim Nachmani

    But though many begin their study of Zera Shimshon because of the increasingly clear power of the segulah, they stay because of the beauty and wisdom of the Zera Shimshon's insights!

    Like the first bestselling volume, Zera Shimshon 2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah combines three elements:

    The Sefer: 
    Selections translated and adapted from Sefer Zera Shimshon. Written by the brilliant 18th-century Italian Talmudist, Rabbi Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, this volume features several segments on every parashah.

    The Stories:
    The Zera Shimshon's commentary on each parashah is followed by a true story, told in Nachman Seltzer's inimitable style.

    The Segulah: 
    In his introduction, Rav Nachmani promises great blessings to those who learn his work - and in the past decades, we've seen that promise come true! Learn More

  7. Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein

    Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein


    Achas Sha'alti is a collection of fascinating halachic challenges and solutions - from the Torah wisdom shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt"l - made especially for kids! For each parsha of the week, two captivating modern-day stories present questions to be solved and their answers, accompanied by illustrations from the acclaimed artist, Yoni Gerstein.

    Your children (and you!) will be enthralled.

    A runaway bestseller in Hebrew, now the entire family, young and old, can bring the excitement of Torah to your Shabbos tale. Learn More

  8. Learn Shabbos in Just 3 Minutes A Day

    Learn Shabbos in Just 3 Minutes A Day


    This highly praised and comprehensive book on the laws of Shabbos is designed for daily learning.

    With its unique, easy-to-understand format, thousands of day-to-day practical examples, and user-friendly index, this book will be an indispensable reference for anyone who wants to study and know the laws of Shabbos… In just 3 minutes a day!


    "The most practical laws of Shabbos are presented in an easy format and language, and this will certainly bring great benefit to those who wish to grow."

    Rav Moshe Sternbuch, Ra'avad of Jerusalem

    "It has been written with great clarity and in a way that will benefit many people."

    Rav Shraga Feivel Zimmerman, Rov of Gateshead

    "Learn Shabbos in Just Three Minutes a Day is an ideal way to master the intricate laws of Shabbos without that much effort."

    Rav Yitzchak Berkowits, Rosh Kollel

    "Rabbi Braude has provided a truly valuable source for one to learn the laws of Shabbos in a very effective and clear manner.

    Rav Zev Leff Learn More

  9. Confident Parents, Competent Children, 4 Seconds At A Time

    Confident Parents, Competent Children, 4 Seconds At A Time


    FOUR SECONDS OF THOUGHT - that's all it takes between accomplishing something or just going through the motions and getting nowhere.

    Kavanah is what makes a more effective parent.

    Like many parenting books, this book will give you very specific techniques for formulating what you want from each of your children and helping them meet your expectations. Unlike other parenting books, it will show you more than just the right techniques - it will help you become aware of the thoughts and feelings that prevent you from employing these techniques effectively.

    Confident Parents, Competent Children - Four Seconds at a Time gives you the building blocks to learn how to:

    • avoid misunderstandings and arguments with your child.
    • feel less resentment, anger, and frustration.
    • elicit your child's thoughts, feelings, and desires without putting him on the defensive.


    Each chapter of this book focuses on one middah, a life principle that will guide you toward the kavanah - the end you wish for - before you say or do anything in a parenting situation. Designed in an attractive, easy-to-read format, it includes graphic shortcut tools - such as, PARADIGM SHIFT, KAVANAH and MAASEH, SUR MEI'RA and ASEH TOV, and WORDS NOT TO LIVE BY - to help put the middah into practice.

    B'ezras Hashem, it won't be long before you see the difference it will make for you and for your child. In four seconds at a time, you can become a much more effective parent! Learn More

  10. The Steinsaltz Chumash

    The Steinsaltz Chumash


    This volume features several innovative elements including:


    • Hebrew verses in clear Koren font, with vowels and punctuation
    • Accessible English translation that reflects Rabbi Steinsaltz’s understanding of the text
    • Parshiyot divided thematically with introductory explanations
    • Color photos that identify biblical objects and illustrate complicated concepts
    • Notes and photos of modern archaeological and scientific findings
    • Maps, illustrations, and charts to clarify locations and concepts
    • Supplemental background materials, cross-references to the Torah Learn More

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