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  1. Or HaChaim Bereishis #2,  Toldos – Vayechi

    Or HaChaim Bereishis #2, Toldos – Vayechi

    $28.50

    OrHaChaim's commentary is so rich, so profound, so wide-ranging, so broad and deep -- it has been one of the foremost, most revered commentaries on Chumash for nearly three centuries.

    The uniqueness of Or HaChaim:

    • Points out every nuance of the Chumash text
    • Blends the plain meaning with the interpretations of the Sages
    • Weaves Kabbalistic concepts into the commentary
    • Explains basic principles of our faith
    • The multi-layered commentary speaks to everyone
    • Elucidates all the elements of the commentary seamlessly

    Created by an extraordinary team of talmidei chachamim, this is the finest elucidation of Or HaChaim in any language.

    It includes

    • Text of the Chumash, Targum, and Rashi
    • Accurate, well researched, vowelized Or HaChaim text
    • Flowing Interpretive translation of Or HaChaim, following the famed pattern of the ArtScroll Talmud, Rashi, and Ramban
    • Introductions of concepts

    Remarkably clear explanatory notes Bottom line? This is an absolute masterpiece! For anyone who wants to understand the Torah as only Or HaChaim explains it - this edition is a is a must!

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  2. I Want a Friend, Stories for Learning Essential Social Skills

    I Want a Friend, Stories for Learning Essential Social Skills

    $19.00

    Kids need friends!

    But friendships come with challenges - and children need a guiding hand to help them meet those challenges.

    I Want a Friend! tunes into the lives of Shira, Dovid, and Tamar - three siblings who learn tried-and-true strategies to:

    • cope with rejection
    • create friendships
    • stand up for themselves
    • express what's bothering them
    • apologize and make up
    • process anger
    • identify unhealthy relationships.

    Reading these stories to your children, while involving them by discussing their own similar situations, provides a perfect springboard for teaching your children essential, lifelong social skills.

    Approbations:

    Devorah Benedict's new book enables children to create mutually beneficial relationships that take into account both their own needs and the needs of others, and gives them a strong sense of belonging within their social circle.

    This book is also a valuable resource for parents, helping them understand their children's experiences and making them full partners in their children's emotional world.

    - Yitzchak Becher, psychologist

     

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

    Devorah Benedict is an artist and author who gives workshops throughout Israel and has illustrated hundreds of children's books. She specializes in using the medium of art to impart messages to young children.

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  3. Seesaw: Uplifting True Stories, A Collection of True Uplifting Stories

    Seesaw: Uplifting True Stories, A Collection of True Uplifting Stories

    $19.00

    Like a seesaw, life has its ups and downs. The key to happiness and serenity is to keep one thing in mind: that Hashem is moving each side, guiding us to grow and achieve.

    Here are over forty incredible, unusual, and inspiring true stories - heard directly from the people they happened to and almost all appearing in print for the first time - reinforcing our faith in Hashem's loving providence and constant warm embrace.

    So start reading and enjoy the ride. No matter where life takes you, with Seesaw you'll always be on top. Learn More

  4. Kosher Investigator, How Rabbi Berel Levy Built the OK and Transformed the World of Kosher Supervision

    Kosher Investigator, How Rabbi Berel Levy Built the OK and Transformed the World of Kosher Supervision

    $24.75

    Kosher Investigator: How Rabbi Berel Levy Built the OK and Transformed the World of Kosher Supervision

    Even as a young child, Berel Levy was determined and fearless in the pursuit of his goals. From the home of his uncle, “the Malach,” to the Lubavitch yeshivah in Otwock, Poland, he followed his dream of studying Torah, despite his parents’ disapproval and the looming clouds of World War II. In the halls of Torah Umesorah and the clandestine Jewish schools of the Soviet Union, he bolstered Jewish education and observance in the face of political opposition and an oppressive Communist regime. Perhaps most remarkably, as the head of the Organized Kashrus Laboratories, he forever changed the world of kosher supervision. Rabbi Levy’s life story is told for the first time in these pages.

    “Kosher Investigator pays honor to a founding father of modern industrial kosher certification. Rabbi Berel Levy’s passionate commitment to yiddishkeit and his keen powers of investigation helped transform the American kosher certification system into a model of reliable private regulation.”

    – Professor Timothy D. Lytton, author of Kosher: Private Regulation in the Age of Industrial Food

    “Kosher Investigator beautifully captures Rabbi Berel Levy’s remarkable contributions to kosher food – and, more generally, to Judaism. A skilled investigator himself, author Dovid Zaklikowski draws on oral interviews, obscure printed sources, and Rabbi Levy’s previously unknown personal papers to provide a revelatory account of his life. Written with great sympathy – and not shying away from controversial topics – this carefully researched book is a page-turner that readers will thoroughly enjoy.”

    – Dr. Roger Horowitz, author of Kosher USA: How Coke became kosher and other tales of modern food Learn More

  5. Footprints - Colorful Lives, Huge Impact

    Footprints - Colorful Lives, Huge Impact

    $28.50

    Every person has a story. Some know how to convey their experiences to the next generation, but many cannot. Footprints is an exploration of the lives of twenty individuals and couples, in celebration of their remarkable humanity. Most lived quietly, far from the public eye, yet they faced human challenges without surrendering. From czarist Russia to Auschwitz, Poland, and from Riga, Latvia, to Boston, Massachusetts, follow the paths they carved through Jewish history with courage, perseverance and kindness Learn More
  6. Family Friendly Mediterranean-Style Cooking, With a groundbreaking guide to weight loss, weight control, & and cardiovascular health

    Family Friendly Mediterranean-Style Cooking, With a groundbreaking guide to weight loss, weight control, & and cardiovascular health

    $23.75

    In this groundbreaking book, a pediatric endocrinologist, explains that restricting total and saturated fat and dietary cholesterol for cardiovascular disease and obesity prevention is a total myth. Nutritional reduction of hunger is an essential first step in controlling body weight.

    The Mediterranean diet is a super-healthy diet for numerous medical conditions, in large part because of its anti-oxidant content. Traditionally, this diet is low in animal products. The Israeli Mediterranean diet includes moderate amounts of dairy, meat and eggs and is a practical solution for many Western families. This wonderful family-friendly cookbook contains delicious Mediterranean-style recipes to get you started on this program.

    The first section of this book is a kosher cookbook containing 190 delicious, family-friendly recipes in an Israeli-Mediterranean style. This is a Mediterranean diet rich in vegetables, fruits, whole grains and olive oil, but also containing moderate amounts of full fat dairy, eggs, fish, poultry, and some red meat. The second section is a health guide that explains why the Mediterranean diet prolongs longevity and improves health, why the nutritional control of excessive hunger is an essential first step in weight control, how successful weight loss can be achieved by "regulating" carbs (this is not very low-carb dieting), why restricting total and saturated fat and eggs for cardiovascular disease and obesity prevention is a total myth, why eating plenty of natural plant-based anti-oxidants is essential for cardiovascular health, and how attention to glycemic index can improve elevated blood sugars in diabetes and pre-diabetes. Learn More

  7. A Life of Bitachon, Stories & insights – connecting with Hashem through faith & trust

    A Life of Bitachon, Stories & insights – connecting with Hashem through faith & trust

    $25.75

    Bitachon. 
    It's so simple. And so complex. 
    And so very, very rewarding.

    Bitachon is simple: As Rabbi Yitzchak Dwek explains in this absorbing and important book, bitachon means counting on Hashem and knowing that He will come through for you. It's as easy as that.

    Bitachon is complex. Yet as we navigate life's twists and turns, we wonder: why are things so hard? If Hashem loves me, why doesn't He give me a good job/a fine spouse/ nice kids/success and happiness, and all that other good stuff that I want/need/deserve.

    Bitachon is rewarding: As we will see through the stories and lessons of A Life of Bitachon, those who incorporate iron-clad bitachon into their lives are guaranteed - that's right, guaranteed!- lives free of worry, anxiety, and anger.

    In A Life of Bitachon we find answers to so many pressing questions. What is bitachon and how does it work? How does bitachon connect us to Hashem? How can I learn to stop worrying? What's the link between bitachon and happiness? What is the power of "ein od milvado" - there is no power but Hashem?

    A Life of Bitachon offers us short, readable capsules of Torah wisdom and engaging true stories to strengthen our faith and trust. To give us the priceless gift of bitachon.

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  8. Shadchanus in Halachah, A comprehensive guide to the halachos of paying a shadchan

    Shadchanus in Halachah, A comprehensive guide to the halachos of paying a shadchan

    $12.50

    Man or woman, learned or unlearned, professional or amateur, a shadchan is an osek b'tzarchei tzibbur, who with each successful shidduch builds the foundation of a bayis neeman b'yisrael. "Shadchanus" is the payment that is given upon the completion of a shidduch to express appreciation for the great joy the shadchan has brought into your life.

    How is shadchanus viewed in halachah? Is it only a gift to express appreciation for a job well done, or is it a required payment that must be given upon completion of a shidduch? How much should be given? When must shadchanus be paid - when the shidduch is finalized or at the wedding? When there are multiple shadchanim, how is the shadchanus divided?

    These, and many other questions, are answered in this new sefer, Shadchanus in Halacha. Written by Rabbi Shloime Dickman, and shadchan Rabbi Tzodok Katz, Shadchanus in Halacha explains the role and function of the modern-day shadchan, outlines the halachos and minhagim of giving shadchanus, and presents a series of fifteen fascinating real-life shailos and teshuvos on the topic.

    Shadchanus in Halacha will educate and entertain, as it makes an enigmatic topic in halacha clear to all. Learn More

  9. Code Two,  fast-paced emotionally charged novel of mystery & intrigue that delves into the netherworld of the priceless hidden Jewish treasures…& the sophisticated minds who would do anything to keep them from being discovered

    Code Two, fast-paced emotionally charged novel of mystery & intrigue that delves into the netherworld of the priceless hidden Jewish treasures…& the sophisticated minds who would do anything to keep them from being discovered

    $23.95

    The vessels of the Beis Hamikdash, Judaism's most illustrious and hallowed treasures, have been lying dormant for centuries. But that was going to change, if Daniel Moore had his way...

    When Daniel marries Sara, he is thrilled to find a partner in his vision for helping and empowering Klal Yisrael. She also brings into the marriage an enigmatic idiosyncrasy that seems innocuous at first, but as the enigma deepens, so does their need to get to the roots of it.

    Never could they anticipate how convoluted this quest would become, as their personal agenda suddenly evolves into a mission of extraordinary historical and national import...

    From the mysterious clues left behind by rare sefarim, to the foreboding depths of the grottos and catacombs of Rome, Code Two is a spellbinding foray into the netherworld of the priceless hidden Jewish treasures...and the sophisticated minds who would do anything to keep them from being discovered.

    A fast-paced and emotionally charged novel of mystery and intrigue, Code Two revisits the beloved characters of Code Onewhile introducing a cast of unforgettable new ones. Guaranteed to become an instant favorite among the most discerning readers! Learn More

  10. Diamonds On The Road

    Diamonds On The Road

    $26.75

    Rabbi Dov Keilson is a respected and beloved mechanech in Yeshiva Darchei Torah, as well as a talented writer. In these enlightening and absorbing essays he sets out to mine the diamonds that we can find in the weekly parashah -gems of wisdom and ethical thought, a multi-faceted, glittering mix of stories, parables, and Torah insights. He brings these diamonds to us, he polishes them and places them in a gorgeous contemporary setting that speaks to our own daily concerns and challenges. He speaks the language of Torah - and the language of our lives.

    Diamonds on the Road began as a tribute in memory of Avinoam Grossman, a student of Yeshiva Darchei Torah who lost his life at the age of 19 in a tragic accident: first, as a single published article, then as a popular weekly devar Torah on the parashah and now, finally, in this much-anticipated book. Rabbi Keilson draws upon the wisdom of our Torah sages, both classic and contemporary. In one parashah alone we hear insights from the Alter of Kelm, Rav Elchonon Wasserman, Rav Yaakov Kamenetzky, and Rav Avigdor Miller zecher tzadikim l'vrachah.

    But while every word is infused with our mesorah, the stories and parables that illustrate the ideas are straight from the 21st century. Thus, we begin to understand Moshe's final encounter with Paroh - through the story of a spilled cup of coffee. A typical encounter with a school principal brings us a new insight into zechus avos, and the gift of a Rolex watch gives us a better understanding of what Shabbos should mean to us.

    Diamonds. They are both beautiful and unbreakable, the most enduring of gemstones. Just like these marvelous and thought-provoking divrei Torah. Learn More

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