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  1. A Yiddishe Kop #2, Visual Brainteasers

    A Yiddishe Kop #2, Visual Brainteasers

    $28.50

    Visual Brainteasers for the Keen Eye and Sharp Mind. “A Yiddishe Kop” is far more than Yiddish for, “A Jewish head.” It is a concept that crosses languages and cultures – that lives at the intersection of intelligence, imagination, and wit. “A Yiddishe Kop” embodies the zest for challenge, the yearning for truth and clarity, and the honing of lucid deductive reasoning through the application of Jewish and worldly knowledge. The first volume was certainly one-of-a-kind, but Gadi Pollack has made history twice with, A Yiddishe Kop 2x2, the second in this novel brain-teasing series. In A Yiddishe Kop 2x2, you will find entirely new scenes, engaging questions and an answer key in the back of the book. For obvious reasons, you mustn’t peek at the answers! There is no choice but to fire up your Yiddishe Kop and go full steam ahead. Parents seeking creative, wholesome, and stimulating entertainment for their children will find what they are looking for in A Yiddishe Kop 2x2. Parents shouldn’t be surprised if they find themselves poring over the pictures with wrinkled foreheads even before their children have had a chance to hold the book! This is the feedback we received from the previous volume, and it takes no stretch of the imagination to assure A Yiddishe Kop 2x2 will produce the same result. Put this book in the bookcase, but it won’t stay there for long. A Yiddishe Kop 2x2 will swiftly find its way to the table, come to rest on a child’s knees, and grab the attention of curious and intelligent eyes. A Yiddishe Kop 2x2 offers hours of intelligent clue-finding fun for your entire family! Learn More
  2. The Light That Unites, A Chanukah Companion Blessings, Teachings, & Tales

    The Light That Unites, A Chanukah Companion Blessings, Teachings, & Tales

    $34.50

    Anyone Seeking the deeper meaning, the true spirituality of Chanukah, will want to have this book as a holiday companion and guide. This first-of-its-kind book offers a teaching for each candle of Chanukah gathered from the most beloved and esteemed sages and masters: Rabbi Joseph Solovetchik, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Abraham Isaak Kook, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, and other great luminaries. Be prepared for a new appreciation of Chanukah, the holiday of light and unity. Learn More
  3. I've Gotta Get Out of My Way, Eliminating the obstacles to success

    I've Gotta Get Out of My Way, Eliminating the obstacles to success

    $18.00

    In this hard-hitting, spiritually uplifting book, renowned author and psychiatrist Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski shares an insight he gained from a recovering alcoholic: “It seemed that nothing turned out the way I wanted it to because someone was always getting in the way… I was dead wrong. It wasn’t the others who were in my way. I was in my own way… It suddenly hit me that if I wanted things to turn out right, I had to get out of my own way.”

    We can be the obstacle to our own success and happiness. If we blame someone for our problems, then we don’t feel obligated to make significant changes in our lives. We may blame others for our being in a rut, attributing our problems to things we cannot change.

    But we can change these things. We can solve our problems and stop laying blame where it doesn’t belong. To do that, we need to get out of our own way. With wisdom, insight, and refreshing candor, Rabbi Twerski shows us how. Learn More

  4. Kesser Dovid:Halachic Guide to Dentistry

    Kesser Dovid:Halachic Guide to Dentistry

    $33.50

    Rabbi Dr. David J. Katz, in Kesser Dovid - The Halachic Guide to Dentistry, provides an in-depth analysis of the wide range of laws pertaining to the practice of Dentistry. Complicated topics and texts are carefully examined and presented in a clear and inclusive fashion.

    Thought provoking discussions are raised regarding halachah and critical issues of our times. The subjects are constructed to encourage continued study and deliberation of the specific halachah being considered. Rabbi Dr. Katz provides general guidelines for both dental and halachic procedures, whose applications were evaluated in consultation with both dental/ medical professionals and leading halachic decisors. Learn More

  5. Shabbos Treats, Delightful Stories of Devotion to our Holy Shabbos

    Shabbos Treats, Delightful Stories of Devotion to our Holy Shabbos

    $15.50

    Shabbos - the day we spend together in joy and tranquility, leaving behind the mundane world and reinforcing the knowledge that Hashem created the world and guides our lives. Can our feeling for such a day be captured in words?

    In Shabbos Treats, well-known author and educator Genendel Krohn tells story after amazing story of the awesome power of Shabbos observance. From Siberia to Monsey, from Beijing to Miami Beach, from Nazi Germany to the Lower East Side of New York - Jews have held on tight to their precious Shabbos. Everyone will draw inspiration from this newest volume in the author's popular year-round series. Learn More

  6. Ahrele #4, The Incredible, Touching Story of Rav Aharon Margalit

    Ahrele #4, The Incredible, Touching Story of Rav Aharon Margalit

    $19.00

    Many children struggle with various difficulties and challenges and as a result feel very, very sad and unfortunate. Loyal readers who have followed the Ahrele series know my life story. You know that I, too, had to cope with extremely difficult challenges from a very young age. I, too, felt very unfortunate. I had a lot of anger bottled up inside me; I couldn't understand what I had done to deserve so many difficulties.

    I was paralyzed - and that came along with a lot of physical and emotional pain and suffering; I had to be far away from my home and family for years - and that made me feel terribly lonely; I was so jealous of other children because they had relatives who visited and brought them treats and games, while my only visitor was my mother, who only came once a week for a short visit.

    I stuttered for years, which made it hard for me socially. Other people were not always very understanding, and I often felt that everyone looked down on me. Who better than me can understand what you're going through? It is from this place of understanding that I want to share with you, dear boys and girls, what helped me stop feeling pathetic and sorry for myself and begin building my personality - slowly and with lots of siyatta d'Shemaya.

    Already at a young age I understood that I would not be able to change reality. Hashem gives each person a certain set of circumstances to work with, based on the qualities of his neshamah and his unique mission in this world. We have no control over that. None of us can decide who his father or mother will be, who his siblings will be, or what blood type he will have. Hashem decides that.

    But how to deal with the reality we are given is completely in our hands. The Torah commands us to "choose life," and the Gemara teaches us: "Ein ha-davar talui ela bi - Only I can help myself." Once I understood this and accepted my situation, I stopped complaining about how unfair my life was and focused instead on just one thought: What can I do in my present circumstances to help myself? That was the beginning of my growth. As long as a person is complaining, grumbling, jealous of others, and thinking about everything he doesn't have - he cannot grow. Such thoughts weaken him and prevent him from making any progress. When a person accepts the reality of his life, on the other hand, and focuses on what he can do within his reality to help himself, he is in a position to really grow. Everything actually depends on a person's perspective, because our perspective creates our thoughts and decisions, and those, in turn, create the reality of our lives.

    The stories in this book will, b'ezras Hashem, illustrate this lesson. Learn More

  7. Sefer Yesodei Hashulchan Vzikukei Orosav - ספר יסודי השולחן וזיקוקי אורותיו

    Sefer Yesodei Hashulchan Vzikukei Orosav - ספר יסודי השולחן וזיקוקי אורותיו

    $18.95

    ספר יסודי השולחן וזיקוקי אורותיו במשנת בעל התניא והשו"ע בנושא אמירה לנכרי בשבת ובשאר איסורי תורה Learn More
  8. Real Life Kosher Cooking, family-friendly recipes for every day & special occasions

    Real Life Kosher Cooking, family-friendly recipes for every day & special occasions

    $33.50

    Hundreds of thousands of home cooks turn to Miriam Pascal’s overtimecook.com food site. They know that they will find recipes there for food that is wholesome yet elegant, adventurous yet doable - and fun! Thousands of her fans asked for it, and now, finally, here it is: Miriam's stunning collection of recipes for real life cooking- and real people.

    In Real Life Kosher Cooking Miriam shows us that you don't need hard-to-find ingredients or pricey equipment to make interesting food; all you need is a touch of passion, a dash of caring, and a hearty helping of creativity.

    Real Life Kosher Cooking: It's about creating delicious food for the life you live.

    • Over 160 doable recipes you'll make again and again
    • Mouthwatering photo for every dish
    • Accessible, easy-to-find ingredients
    • Easy-to-follow instructions
    • Menu suggestions for family and special occasions
    • "Plan Ahead" and/or freezer tips for each recipe
    • Pesach substitutions guide
    • Comprehensive Index
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  9. Stargazing,  A novel

    Stargazing, A novel

    $21.95

    Do you know what's happening today, Taffy?

    Of course he did. Taffy always knew. And besides, she'd reminded him of the big news just last night, before she fell asleep. They'd snuggled under the covers together with just a crack open so she could still see the glow-in-the-dark stars on the ceiling, and she'd whispered, "Taffy, it's tomorrow. Tomorrow, Abba's getting married again."

    When Laylie's father remarries, she and her older siblings gain more than just a new mother. Abba's wife Shifra comes along with several children of her own...children who are not very happy about their newly blended family.

    Michal, Laylie's older sister who has mothered her three younger siblings since their mother passed away, is trying valiantly to rise above her pain and make things work. Yet Shifra's two teenage daughters, Tali and Nina, seem determined to make Michal, and everyone else in the family, miserable and destroy any chance of them ever becoming a real family. Will they come to the realization that they are sabotaging their own chances at happiness, before it's too late?

    A compelling read for teens and young adults, Stargazing explores intricate family and social dynamics. Complex characters grapple with painful emotions, as they confront their difficulties and struggle to rise above them. Woven throughout is the powerful message that just like the stars glow brightest at night, when life is challenging, we have the greatest ability to shine. Learn More

  10. Indoor Fishing & Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers

    Indoor Fishing & Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers

    $13.50

    Meet the Green kids!

    In this adorable and innovative book written especially for beginning readers, you'll find yourself part of the adventures of a most entertaining family!

    Indoor Fishing and Other Fun-to-Read Stories for Beginning Readers combines engaging plots, highlighted vocabulary words, and delightful illustrations to create a spectacular reading experience for your child. The perfect way to boost children's literary skills-while sending them fishing for loads of fun! Learn More

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