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  1. Face Value, A Novel

    Face Value, A Novel


    Malkie, former older single with an ambitious design career and padded bank account, turned struggling first-time mom.

    Fraidy, her best friend, mother of six—and inspiring limudei kodesh teacher who dreads checking her mailbox.

    For years, Fraidy and Malkie have known just which paths lead to their goals—until those paths start leading them astray. Lives start unraveling. Values are tested; close ties are strained and spurned as Malkie and Fraidy navigate challenges that shake them and their families—and their friendship—to the core.

    Ahuva Parnes is also the author of The Single Files, a true diary of her journey through the tumultuous world of shidduchim. Learn More

  2. The Ambassadors-Time for the Korban Pesach

    The Ambassadors-Time for the Korban Pesach


    A fascinating, breathtaking journey to Yerushalayim of yesteryear to sacrifice the Korban Pesach in the Beis HaMikdash

    Dear Children,

    I'm happy to inform you that you've been chosen for a very important and responsible job. You have been chosen to serve as "ambassadors"! And not just any ambassador of one country or another, but ambassadors of all Am Yisrael, though the generations.

    As ambassadors, I invite you to take your second journey, together with Reb Emmanuel, Yanky, Shimmy, and Dovi. I guarantee that you've never taken a trip like this before. It's an imaginary journey, but all the places we will visit are real, and all the events that take place really did happen.

    Our journey this time is to Yerushalayim Ir Hakodesh, during those glorious days when the Second Beis HaMikdash stood in all its splendor. The date of our journey is also unique: We'll arrive in Yerushalayim shortly before Pesach, and we'll have the privilege to offer a korban Pesach, and experience a Pesach Seder where they ask the Five Questions!

    So come quickly, the time machine is about to take off... Learn More

  3. Just Imagine! The Miracles of Kriyas Yam Suf

    Just Imagine! The Miracles of Kriyas Yam Suf


    An original, fascinating rendition of the miracles of Kriyas Yam Suf

    Dear Children,

    This book is a continuation of We're Leaving Egypt, the Just Imagine comic about Yetzias Mitzrayim. This volume is intended to illustrate for children living in our generation, the wondrous miracles which were performed for our forefathers at Yam Suf. At the time of Kriyas Yam Suf, of course, there were no cars, tanks, or airplanes. This book attempts to describe, in an entertaining and entirely imaginary way, what the splitting of the sea might look like if it took place today.

    The world has changed drastically in the thousands of years that have passed since Yetzias Mitzrayim and therefore, it is very hard for us to feel the reality that existed in those days. It's hard for us to connect to the power of the wondrous miracles that occurred. It's hard for us to understand how astounding and exceptional they were—so much so that the mind can hardly grasp it...

    But the truth is that the miracles then were not significantly different than similar miracles that could take place in our time...When the sea split for Bnei Yisrael, who crossed it as if it was dry land—it was an unbelievable miracle, just like it would be unbelievable if the sea split today and we would be able to drive through it on paved roads. When grass grew from the sea bed that froze—miraculously—it was a wonder of wonders, just like it would be a marvel in our time, if a gas station would "sprout" from the depths of the ocean...The same applies to all the other remarkable miracles.

    You're invited to join the Yidden leaving Egypt and cross the Yam Suf with them!

    Experience for yourself the amazing miracles that accompanied them every step of the way. Learn More

  4. Sefirat HaOmer, The Significance of the Days Between Pesach & Shavuot

    Sefirat HaOmer, The Significance of the Days Between Pesach & Shavuot


    The forty-nine days of Counting the Omer are replete with holidays and commemorations, both ancient and modern.

    Sefirat HaOmer: The Significance of the Days between Pesach and Shavuot offers an in-depth guide to the historical, psychological, spiritual and mystical insights of these auspicious days.

    What makes this book unique?
    • Historical events that occurred during the Omer period are highlighted
    • Includes associated Torah verses for meditative reflection
    • Reveals the inner dimensions of the daily combination of sefirot
    • Correlates each sefirah with the attributes of the seven
    The seven weeks of the Omer period are a most opportune time to undertake serious soul development, which, when properly understood and directed, has the power to affect every area of life, from the mundane to the holy, from the practical to the mystical. This book is geared to assist you in exploring, contemplatng and integrating the exceptional energy of these days in a manner exclusive to your own spiritual needs and development. Learn More

  5. Guidelines Muktzeh, Questions & Answers about the Laws of Muktzeh

    Guidelines Muktzeh, Questions & Answers about the Laws of Muktzeh


    "These books have been praised highly by numerous Gedolei HaRabbonim and have been received warmly by the English-speaking Torah community. I offer my heartfelt blessing that they should have much success in publishing further works and disseminating the Torah."

    Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg zt"l

    Rosh Hayeshiva Torah Ore and Moreh Hora'ah of Kiryat Mattersdorf, Jerusalem


    "As with their other works in the 'Guidelines' series, this sefer is concise, accurate, and well structured. The authors have performed a great service, presenting these vital and complex laws in a clear, straightforward questions-and-answers format."

    Rabbi Pesach Eliyahu Falk

    Gateshead, England, author of "Modesty - An Adornment for Life"


    "As in the previous volumes, the laws and customs are presented in a concise, lucid, and organized fashion. This volume, as well as the entire complete series of Guidelines, will serve as a guide for those who cannot learn these laws from their original sources, and as a valuable aid even to those who can."

    Rabbi Zev Leff

    Rosh Hayeshiva and Rav of Moshav Matisyahu Learn More

  6. F Is for Friendship, A fun-filled story for younger readers

    F Is for Friendship, A fun-filled story for younger readers


    The power’s out, and the chocolate mousse cups are melting—all two hundred of them! Can Adina and Penina save them before it’s too late? A classmate has been secretly taking over Adina’s daily task—and Adina is fuming! Who is it, and why is she doing this? A sudden downpour traps Penina and her friends on a dark and scary trail. Will they be rescued in time?

    Adina Fried is crazy about the color pink, dreads math, and adores chocolate in any shape or form. When her best friend moves away, Adina thinks she’ll be friendless forever. But then she meets sweet, creative Penina Teller, and the adventures begin! Follow along as these fourth graders create a secret club, build a chocolate diorama, plan a fund-raiser carnival, and more. Fans of talented author Ruchama Schnaidman’s enjoyable series in Mishpacha Junior, as well as new readers, will love the ups and downs of the popular pair that sticks together no matter what. Because F is for Friendship...and fun! Learn More

  7. It's a Learning Curve, A Novel

    It's a Learning Curve, A Novel


    An engaging tale of insecurities and doubt, inner wisdom and courage.

    Aviva Heyman, powerhouse speech therapist and balabusta extraordinaire, opens the therapy center of her dreams and the challenges never stop—disgruntled clients, sticky lawsuits, and flaky employees—not to mention Aviva’s own medical crisis. Will Aviva survive the stress while keeping her perfect image intact?

    Quiet, dependable Suri Taub leaves her humdrum Board of Ed job to join a new business venture. She encounters a slew of problems—including the big-name client threatening to sue the clinic and close it down.

    Since marrying into the prominent Jeren family, Yael has been part of her community’s elite, yet she feels inferior and unfulfilled. Yael’s drastic decision unwittingly hurts those closest to her, yet leaves her strangely satisfied.

    In It's a Learning Curve, popular Mishpacha writer Gila Arnold weaves an engaging tale of insecurities and doubt, of inner wisdom and courage. This engrossing story will keep you riveted as Aviva, Suri, and Yael tackle life’s learning curves. Learn More

  8. Trailblazer, An exciting historical novel

    Trailblazer, An exciting historical novel


    An exciting historical novel of shifting fates and fortunes.

    After discovering her uncle’s devious plan, fifteen-year-old Raizel Golden is forced to leave her loving family in civilized Boston and flee to her relatives in the rugged Colorado Territory. On the run with only a colorful carpetbag holding precious letters and simple art supplies, Raizel joins a wagon train of American settlers trekking out west. She crosses rivers and mountains, and faces buffalo hunts, hostile Indians, and miles and miles of prairie land.

    Will Raizel’s emunah and determination be strong enough for her to forge ahead—despite the threat to her Yiddishkeit?

    Trailblazer is an exciting historical novel filled with shifting fates and fortunes. Popular author Sukey Gross takes readers on a fascinating journey through America during the height of its pioneer days. Join Raizel as she blazes a trail through the western frontier—into the unknown. Learn More

  9. The Promised Child

    The Promised Child


    Thirty-five years ago, Avner Gold's The Promised Child burst onto the Jewish literary scene and became an instant classic, a beloved favorite of young readers and adults alike. It was translated into Hebrew, Spanish, French and Russian, and it established itself as a standard on the preferred reading lists of parents and educators. The book has been out of print for many years, and now, Avner Gold has rewritten it for this new edition. It is twice as long as the original, and more than twice as good.

    The new story begins in 1592 when Rav Shloime Strasbourg is taking his son Mendel for his bar-mitzvah to the Maharal of Prague. While traveling through a snowy forest, they find a wounded cavalry captain half-frozen to death. The dramatic rescue sets into motion a chain of events that leads to vengeance, arson, betrayal, abduction and heartbreak. Mendel grows up to be a prominent rabbi in the Polish city of Pulichev, but he and his wife live in the gloomy shadow of the tragedy that has befallen them.

    The book reaches its breathtaking climax when the rabbi of Krakow is challenged to debate the Bishop of Lubianewicz in a highly-publicized spectacle. Should he lose, the Jewish community will be expelled. Rav Mendel Strasbourg is invited to defend the Jewish position. The prospects of success seem bleak. But a combination of many threads from the painful past results in a stunning turnaround and the ultimate deliverance of the Jewish community from its enemies.

    The Promised Child is rich in Torah values and historical background, offering glimpses of the Maharal, the Maharsha, the Tosefos Yom Tov and the conditions of Jewish life in Poland in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is a book that enriches even as it entertains. Learn More

  10. Silver and Gold, A Novel

    Silver and Gold, A Novel


    Two girls. Two backgrounds. One amazing year. Adina Silvermintz has friends. Lots of them. Girls who share her values and memories. Girls she loves being with and who love being with her. Problem is – all those friends live in a small Pennsylvania town. In a town that Adina called home, until her father got a new job, and she was forced to move to New York. Sheva Goldman also has friends. Lots of them. But as she begins eleventh grade and gets to know Adina better, her old friendships seem to be changing. Or maybe it’s Sheva herself who’s changing? Silver and Gold , which was originally serialized in Mishpacha Magazine, is one of those rare books that are fun to read, and even more fun to think about. Powerful, relatable, and so, so true, this is a book about empathy. About when to keep secrets (and when not to). About growing up. And, most of all, about the occasionally confusing, sometimes complicated, but always magical power of friendship. Learn More

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