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  1. Searching for Sinai, The Location of Revelation

    Searching for Sinai, The Location of Revelation

    $19.00

    The most awesome moments of history were the crossing of the Red Sea and the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai.

    Ironically, the actual locations of both of these monumental events are shrouded in mystery. Generations of scholars and researchers have, since time immemorial, aspired to find these unique sites but (although many theories have been propounded), none as yet have yielded any decisive archaeological evidence.

    Most of the suggestions have taken on the assumption that the crossing took place at the western arm of the Red Sea, and that Mt. Sinai must lie somewhere in the Sinai Peninsula.
    In recent years, however, suggestions have come to include the eastern arm of the Red Sea and to the adjacent wilderness in Saudi Arabia.

    The Talmud attaches great importance to knowing the location of these historical sites, as do Maimonides (Rambam) and Nachmanides (Ramban). Certain laws depend on knowing their location, and knowledge of their location - and the location of the various sites of encampment of the Israelites - will lead to a more accurate understanding of the Biblical verses and at the same time pave the way for attaining a clearer picture of this crucial period in history.

    In this unique and ground-breaking book, readers will:

    • investigate various possible locations of Mt. Sinai and the crossing of the Red Sea and judge if they conform to the Biblical narrative and Rabbinic Tradition
    • trace the footsteps of the Israelites from the Exodus until their arrival at Mt. Sinai.
    • be guided by clues hidden between the words of the Biblical narrative, ancient Rabbinic sources and a topographical study of the area.

    In the course of our investigation, we will be led to new and startling locations for both the crossing of the Red Sea and Mount Sinai.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Alexander Hool learned in Gateshead Yeshivah and has been part of the Ponevezh Yeshivah and Kollel for over twenty years. An eminent scholar, he has developed a particular expertise in history, dating, mathematics, and other unique and intriguing subjects. His The Challenge of Jewish History (Mosaica Press, 2014) was a well-liked and erudite book. Learn More

  2. Daniel and the Lions, The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children

    Daniel and the Lions, The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children

    $12.50

    Daniel and the Lions tells the story of how King Daryavesh chose Daniel to be one of his closest advisors, and planned on putting him in charge of his entire kingdom. The king's officers were jealous, and they plotted to have Daniel thrown into a pit of lions-gone forever!

    Will their plan succeed? 


    The Illustrated Tanach Series for Children, based on the literal understanding of the pesukim, brings alive stories from Tanach in a most exciting way. The combination of an easy-to-read storyline and bold, life-like illustrations makes this series a pleasurable and educational reading experience for parents and children alike. Learn More

  3. The Secret Clubhouse Kids ...on the trail of dangerous robbers

    The Secret Clubhouse Kids ...on the trail of dangerous robbers

    $17.50

    The Secret Clubhouse Kids have their own cozy clubhouse and secret password. And now they have their very own mystery to solve, too!

    When Moshe, Dovid, Shloimy, and Shimon, the four members of The Secret Clubhouse Kids, come to shul extra early one Selichos morning, hoping to gain the zechus of setting up the siddurim for everyone else, they have no idea that they are placing themselves right in the middle of a full-fledged robbery! To their shock and horror, they witness two men coming in and stealing a sefer Torah from the shul!

    But The Secret Clubhouse Kids are a strong and brave bunch, not to mention goodhearted, and they are determined to track down the robbers and save the Sefer Torah, no matter how much effort it takes.

    Join this great group of friends as they follow the mystery's trail, meeting several unexpected encounters along the way! You'll hold your breath as they navigate some close calls, and cheer with them as they triumph in more ways then one! Learn More

  4. Growing with my Cousin

    Growing with my Cousin

    $21.00

    Sondra seems like the stronger one. She's older and became religious much earlier.

    Yet don't underestimate her beloved cousin, Lisa. When Lisa commits to something - whether Judaism, Israel, or a husband who mysteriously disappeared - she doesn't give up easily.

    In Growing With My Cousin, readers are invited into the deep, emotional and fascinating relationship and lives of Sondra, Lisa, and their families.

    From Kansas to Phoenix to the Land of Israel, this gripping novel covers Jewish and human experiences common to us all.

    From grandparents to grandchildren, this moving story connects the past, present and future.

    In Growing With My Cousin, readers will find themselves - and find themselves unable to close this marvelous read.

    About the Author:

    Ester Katz Silvers writes: "My life has been full of miracles beginning with the fact that my father and all of his family escaped from Nazi Germany before the War. That combined with the miracle that my mother, born in a small American town, did not lose her Jewish identity gave me a traditional Jewish upbringing in Wichita, Kansas. Somehow, I didn't assimilate or intermarry as so many of my contemporaries did. Rather, I moved to Arizona for university, met my future husband, and together we became Torah observant Jews. After twelve years in Phoenix, Arizona, and with five children, we made aliyah and settled in Shilo, once home to the Mishkan/Tabernacle. We were blessed with another two children and now all are married with children of their own, all miracles. Every day I'm grateful to the Almighty for the miracle of allowing me to live in Israel for over thirty years." Learn More

  5. Iron Gates, A Novel

    Iron Gates, A Novel

    $19.00

    In the year 1950, Judith Mintz sails for England, eager to fill the position of writing instructor and house mother at Thornton boarding school for girls. Upon arrival, she learns from the headmistress that a number of instructors are opposed to an American presence in the school and that she must adhere to the utmost proper behavior.

    Judith faces an uphill climb to achieve acceptance with certain staff members while struggling to create bonds with her English pupils - especially Ruchama, a troubled girl. Judith spares no effort to attain her goals and discovers that behind every person's façade, no matter how daunting, there lies a story far beyond external impressions.

    Recommended for teens and up Learn More

  6. From Djerba to Jerusalem, The Extraordinary Story of Rebbetzin Shulamit Bitton Blau

    From Djerba to Jerusalem, The Extraordinary Story of Rebbetzin Shulamit Bitton Blau

    $24.75

    Many countries. Many lives. 
    And one overwhelming love, for Hashem, His Torah and His People. 
    Meet Shulamit Bitton-Blau. You're going to love her.

    One foggy day in northern England, a young woman danced into the relatively new girl's seminary that had been founded in Gateshead, wearing an enchanting smile, a bright purple coat, and sandals. The only child of a family deeply rooted in Djerba, the legendary island of Kohanim, Shulamit Cohen was Sefardic, a miracle child whose Jewish education had taken place entirely at home. Yet within moments of her arrival she felt entirely at home in Gateshead - and Gatehead felt entirely at home with its new, unusual and exuberant student.

    It was that exuberance, coupled with her rock-solid emunah and her unparalleled love for Torah, which carried Shulamit through her many journeys and challenges. That wide-eyed student grew up to be the wife of an impoverished Torah scholar in Gateshead, a rabbanit in Marseilles when her husband was appointed av beis din, a widow who married off eight children, and, after her remarriage, the wife of one of the outstanding figures in Yerushalayim's Eida Chareidis.

    Quite a journey; and Shulamit was quite a personality. Bestselling author Libby Lazewnik brings her to vivid life: her unusual optimism in the face of daunting circumstances and her devotion to her family - a family that included all of Klal Yisrael.

    From Djerba to Jerusalem is an engrossing story. More: it's an eye-opening, heart-opening look at the power of chesed, emunah, and love. Learn More

  7. Yes, I Can, A Book About Learning From Everyone

    Yes, I Can, A Book About Learning From Everyone

    $10.50

    Children are so curious and excited about the grown up world.  They love to see firefighters, police officers, teachers and doctors at work!  They dream of flying like a pilot or using tools like a builder.

    In a lively new picture book, “Yes, I Can!” a young brother and sister discover what they can learn from everyone, and how to accomplish great things right away.

    “I am like a police officer when I keep others safe… I am like a doctor when I make someone feel better.”

    Yes, I Can! is designed to build self esteem and help children’s good middos grow.  It’s warm, encouraging message and colorful, action-packed illustrations are perfect for toddlers ages 1-4.

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  8. The Great Shabbos Food Debate, A humorous book with an important lesson for young children

    The Great Shabbos Food Debate, A humorous book with an important lesson for young children

    $12.50

    When it comes to the special foods we eat at our Shabbos table, which one is most important? Is it the wine for Kiddush? The challah? The chicken soup? The cake for dessert? Or...perhaps it's something else?

     In The Great Shabbos Food Debate, by children's writer and entertainer Yossi Berktin (a.k.a. Rabbi B.), the Shabbos items themselves have this discussion while sitting on the shelves in the grocery store. And the answer to the question raised is something surprising-and wonderful-to them all!

    A humorous book with an important lesson, The Great Shabbos Food Debate will become a beloved classic among young children. Learn More

  9. House of Secrets, An exciting and suspenseful book for tweens

    House of Secrets, An exciting and suspenseful book for tweens

    $19.00

    Something strange and mysterious is going on in the house across the street from the Abramowitzes, and Rafi Abramowitz and Zechariah Greenstein are determined to get to the bottom of it.

    When Josh Tyler and his family move into the neighborhood, Rafi and his best friend Zechariah are excited...until they see there's not much to be excited about. Josh insists on keeping to himself, and any offers of friendship are rebuffed. Josh has a secret-Rafi and Zechariah are sure of it.

    But what could it be? And will their sleepy little town ever be the same again?

    In this exciting and suspenseful book for tweens, readers will follow Zechariah and Rafi as they attempt to unravel a mystery that seems to grow more sinister by the day. Along the way, the boys learn some important truths about themselves and those who love them most.

    A book of discovery and adventure, House of Secrets will keep you reading with bated breath until the very last page! Learn More

  10. Chinuch With Heart, A veteran mechanech answers pressing questions

    Chinuch With Heart, A veteran mechanech answers pressing questions

    $24.75

    Rabbi Yaakov Bender is a "gadol b'chinuch,"”a nationally acclaimed and award-winning principal who built Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Far Rockaway into one of the premier chinuch institutions in the United States. He is a wise and empathetic educator, who understands well the thoughts and feelings of his students - and their parents. His voice and opinions are sought on almost every important issue of Torah education today.

    In Chinuch with Heart, second in his popular series on education, Rabbi Bender answers real questions, deals with real issues, and offers real - practical and doable - ideas for parents struggling with the challenges of raising children today.

    • How do I soothe my child's fears, when he hears about violent attacks in schools?
    • I send my daughter great snacks, but she never gets to eat them; instead, she shares them with friends. Is this okay?
    • My son is a good boy, a fine yeshivah bachur- and I just found out that he started smoking.
    • How do I deal with that?

    And so many, many more. Yeshiva boys who walk around with shirttails out: how serious is that? Appropriate reading for youngsters - how can a parent choose? A six-year-old who doesn't like to wear a yarmulke - a big problem, or something he will outgrow? From games at recess to off-the-derech kids, here are the day to day issues and challenges that parents and educators face. And here is a master educator to share his experience and wisdom - and, yes, his heart -- in dealing with the complex and challenging world of chinuch today. Learn More

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