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  1. Ways of the Wise #1

    Ways of the Wise #1

    $17.50

    Stories of Chazal, adapted for children. This book is a new vessel filled with aged wine. It depicts powerful, popular stories of our holy Chazal in a fascinating way, and has captivating illustrations that bring these treasured tales to life. Step back in time to those glorious days of our holy Sages, so you can learn about their wise ways and strive to be like them! Nachum Ish Gam Zu Rabi Akiva Nakdimon Ben Gurion Choni Hama’agal Another exciting, educational comic from M. Safra, author of the bestselling Just Imagine! series. Learn More
  2. Manny in a Pickle

    Manny in a Pickle

    $12.50

    Meet Manny, a grown-up who leads a perfectly grown-up life. Except for...

    In this well-written, strikingly illustrated book written by a veteran preschool morah, kids will laugh as they learn how crucial-and good-it is for them when their parents tell them "no."

    Rhythmic, exciting, and just plain fun, this important story is bound to become a classic in your family! Learn More

  3. Bright Beginnings Workbook, Hachanah L'Gemara, For the first time ever, a comprehensive introduction to Gemara for ANY Mesechta!
  4. Courtyard of Dreams, Growing up in the Old Yishuv of Eretz Yisrael, Bas Zion finds herself surrounded by excitement and adventure of all kinds

    Courtyard of Dreams, Growing up in the Old Yishuv of Eretz Yisrael, Bas Zion finds herself surrounded by excitement and adventure of all kinds

    $21.00

    Bas Zion's courtyard is her entire world, and the colorful characters and personalities that comprise that courtyard cause her endless worry, joy, fear, and relief...sometimes all at the same time!

    What can be done about her friend Rivkah, who is being ensnared by missionaries?

    How can Rachy be saved from an evildoer who is her own flesh and blood?

    Will Tzemach ever be able to hold his head high again?

    Join Bas Zion as she weaves her way through some surprising twists and shocking discoveries that enable her to save her friends and play an instrumental role in her sister's shidduch. On the way, meet famous historical figures such as Rav Shmuel Salant, Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, the Lelover Rebbe, and Dr. Moshe Wallach. You will be amazed at the factual detail in this gripping story of courage and devotion!

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  5. No Place Like Home, spellbinding tale that leads us to ponder the meaning of love & family & reconsider the stigmas and convention in our lives

    No Place Like Home, spellbinding tale that leads us to ponder the meaning of love & family & reconsider the stigmas and convention in our lives

    $27.75

    "We've got a welfare case here," Dr. Geiger taunted. 

    "A welfare case?" Dr. Loren echoed, bewildered. 

    "A child was injured, hit by a car."

    "Last I checked, car accidents don't count as welfare cases." 

    "But this is different," Dr. Geiger said. "The kid doesn't have parents. He"s living at home, and his sister is raising him." She smirked. 

    "She should be charged with child neglect!"

    "You can't charge her with child neglect. She's a minor."

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    Dr. Judith Loren, top cardiologist at Brooklyn's Fairmount Hospital, is busy with high-profile surgeries and consultations around the clock. But when she encounters a terminally ill patient with a multimillion dollar legacy, Judith must decide upon the fates of three orphaned Jewish children-as well as her own destiny. 

    With World War II raging across Europe, Joseph Laviers makes a difficult decision that ultimately saves his daughter's life. Upon his return to claim her following the war, the dedicated father and survivor discovers the unthinkable. Will he ever be whole again? 

    Ruth Arieli Rapaport, popular author of Guilty as Charged, Dancing in the Rain, and the best-selling series 23 Under 1 Roof, is back with a spellbinding tale that leads us to ponder the meaning of love and family-and reconsider the stigmas and convention in our lives.
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  6. Good Behavior, A weary rabbi, a moment of sleep, and two unsuspecting pedestrians

    Good Behavior, A weary rabbi, a moment of sleep, and two unsuspecting pedestrians

    $25.75

    For high school student Penina, it is almost the end of the world. Her father is taken to prison and she also becomes a prisoner - of her own tumultuous life. Desperate to make amends with the victims, while at the same time struggling to keep her terrible secret, she sets out on a deeply emotional journey to offer help and consolation. Will it lead her heart to freedom? Will it help her father find peace? Will their family ever be whole again? Good Behavior More than a story. An experience... Learn More
  7. Calming Colors, Jewish Coloring Book and Weekly Planner

    Calming Colors, Jewish Coloring Book and Weekly Planner

    $12.50

    Who says coloring is only for the young?
    With calming colors, you can de-stress, explore your creativity, and express yourself with color, no matter how old you are!

    Contains 65 brilliant designs, with perforated pages for easy removal, corresponding to the Jewish weeks, months, and holidays.
    Keep organized while keeping calm!

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  8. The Laws of Lashon Hara and Rechilus, Comprehensive, Practical Guide Compiled from Chafetz Chaim and Contemporary Poskim

    The Laws of Lashon Hara and Rechilus, Comprehensive, Practical Guide Compiled from Chafetz Chaim and Contemporary Poskim

    $23.95

    When asked about a shidduch, I may only respond to questions, never volunteer information. True or false?

    If something is public knowledge, I am allowed to speak about it freely. True or false?

    Is it true that it's not lashon hara if I don't mention any names. True or false?

    If I have no intent to hurt anyone, it's not lashon hara. True or false?

    Contrary to what many would think, the answers to the above questions are all false!

    The laws of forbidden speech are complex and difficult to master. Yet they are some of the most pertinent and relevant halachos that one must know for daily life. In The Laws of Lashon Hara and Rechilus, these crucial halachos are organized in a systematic and comprehensive fashion, with the goal of presenting a clear sefer of practical halachah for today's reader. Culled from Sefer Chafetz Chaim, this work also includes hundreds of rulings from contemporary poskimaddressing many modern-day she'eilos that did not exist, or were not relevant, in the Chafetz Chaim's times. Extensive footnotes and a detailed index make this sefer the perfect resource for layman and scholar alike.

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    "This sefer is one-of-a-kind among sefarim on hilchos lashon hara. Its great benefit and assistance [will be] clear to those who wish to be exacting in their speech, as well as those who wish to study the halachos thoroughly." Hagaon Harav Shmuel Kamenetzky shlit"a

    "Therefore, the tremendous work that you invested in this sefer - to organize in English all of the laws of lashon hara in a way that a reader can easily find if his situation or scenario is muttar or assur - is a great and important accomplishment." Hagaon Harav Reuven Feinstein shlit"a

    "Behold I have reviewed a significant portion of the sefer, and I saw that the author shlit"a delved into this subject thoroughly. He outlined the rules of these halachos, and brought many relevant practical scenarios with the opinions of various poskim." Hagaon Harav Yaakov E. Forchheimer shlit"a

    "As is known, that there are many questions and uncertainties regarding what is considered lashon hara and rechilus and if it is muttar or assur. This seferencompasses all the rules of lashon hara which are extremely important for every person." Hagaon Harav Mechl Steinmetz shlit"a

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  9. Just Imagine! We're Going to the Beis Hamikdash, An original, fascinating portrayal of the simchah in the Beis Hamikdash during the Yom Tov of Sukkos

    Just Imagine! We're Going to the Beis Hamikdash, An original, fascinating portrayal of the simchah in the Beis Hamikdash during the Yom Tov of Sukkos

    $21.95

    Dear Children, Many years ago, when the Beis Hamikdash was standing, there was a great celebration in Yerushalayim. It was called the simchas beis hasho’evah. The joy then was so great that Chazal teach us that anyone who did not see the simchas beis hasho’evah – never saw true joy in his life! Perhaps you want to reply that today there are also simchas beis hasho’evah celebrations in almost every shul, and you’ve participated in many such events…But truth be told, the simcha that we have today is not the same – it’s only a commemoration of the real simchas beis hasho’evah, which took place in the Beis Hamikdash and from which people drew purity and ruach hakodesh, and were uplifted for the entire year! Halevai, we should merit to see that wondrous simchas beis hasho’evah even once! Halevai we should merit it speedily in our days, in the third Beis Hamikdash that will come down from the Heavens in fire! But in the meantime, let us try to imagine how the simchah would look, and how preparations for the entire Yom Tov of Sukkos would take place in Yerushalayim, if the Beis Hamikdash were standing today… This book can help a little bit to illustrate this wonderful scene, to try and help us feel a bit of the atmosphere of the true, tangible simchah that was apparent in every corner of the holy city. Perhaps, if we truly understand the magnitude of the loss, we will know how to daven properly before our Father in Heaven to return the Beis Hamikdash and the Holy City to us, speedily in our days. And who knows? Perhaps this year, we will merit celebrating Sukkos in the newly rebuilt Beis Hamikdash!!! Learn More
  10. Right Left Right, Let’s serve Hashem with our left and our right!

    Right Left Right, Let’s serve Hashem with our left and our right!

    $10.50

    In this fun and rhythmic book, kids will learn all about the mitzvos done with the right hand and those done with the left. Learn More

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