Mishnah / Talmud

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  1. Gemara Kiddushin Oiz V'Hador Student גמרא קידושין עוז והדר תלמידים
    Gemara Kiddushin Oiz V'Hador Student גמרא קידושין עוז והדר תלמידים Learn More
  2. Do You Want to Know Shas? #1 Messeches Brachos & Seder Moed
    Do you go to a shiur but don't have time for a full review? Do you want to recall what you have learned better? Are you celebrating a siyum and would like to go quickly through the messechta to recall the main points of each daf? Do you enjoy answering questions?

    If so, Do You Want To Know Shas?, written by Rabbi Michoel Fletcher, in his well-known reader-friendly style, with interesting questions on each daf, is for you. Enjoy.

    Rabbi Fletcher, about whom gedolei hador have written haskamos testifying to his halachic proficiency and his Torah hashkafa, is an educator of over forty years experience. He has a rare ability to communicate with young and old, the seasoned scholar and the raw beginner alike. All his sefarim on halacha and hashkafa are enjoyed throughout the Jewish world.

    “My wife and I learned your sefer together. We learned hilchos brachos and it was great for our shalom bayis. Thank you.” (Y.M. Brooklyn) “Our family learned your sefer every week at Shalosh Seudos. We all enjoyed it and we just made a siyum!” (L.B. Lakewood) Learn More

  3. Pirkei Avos: Generation to Generation
    Today, more than ever, we need values.

    We need wisdom and life lessons and ethical teachings.

    Today, more than ever, we need Pirkei Avos.

    Pirkei Avos, the Ethics of our Fathers, is the tractate in Mishnah that has helped build untold generations of "mentchen," of fine, balanced, humble and caring Jews. In this fascinating commentary, Rabbi Nosson Muller, menahel of Yeshivas Tiferes Tzvi/Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov in Chicago, author of The Generation to Generation Haggadah, and a much-respected mechanech and public speaker, shows us how to tap into the incredible transformative power of Pirkei Avos to enhance and improve our lives, and the lives of our children.

    Rabbi Muller draws upon a large and varied range of sources and stories to bring the wisdom of our Sages into a contemporary focus. He shows us how the words of Pirkei Avos, and the insights of the many commentaries that have been written on it, are amazingly relevant to today's challenges. We see how what can seem to be simple, common sense advice is filled with profound understanding of our humanity --- and of our mission in this world. And we gain vital perspectives on chinuch in an increasingly complex environment.

    Even if you have learned Maseches Avos many times, Pirkei Avos: Generation to Generation will unlock the vast treasures waiting to be discovered in the eternally relevant words of our Sages. Learn More

  4. Talmudo Beyado, Gemara Dictionary H/C
  5. Schottenstein Edition Mid Size Mishnah Elucidated Avos
  6. Mishnah Elucidated - Seder Tohoros 7 Vol. Set
  7. The Mishnah Elucidated #23,Tohoros Vol. #7,Zavim,Tevul Yom,Yadayim Uktzin
  8. The Mishnah Elucidated #22, Seder Tohoros Vol. #6, Niddah, Machshirin
  9. The Mishnah Elucidated #21, Seder Tohoros Vol. #5, Tractates: Tohoros / Mikvaos

    The Schottenstein Edition Talmud created a revolution in Gemara study. Now, the breakthrough format is available for the Mishnah as well.

    Ideal for:

    • Mishnah learning for yahrzeits and sheloshim
    • Students or parents helping their children with homework
    • Beginners new to Mishnah study
    • Anyone looking to review basic Mishnah

    The Schottenstein Edition of the Mishnah Elucidated features: 

    • Full vowelized Hebrew text of the Mishnah, and full text of "the Rav's" (Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro) classic Mishnah commentary.
    • Phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation, following the Schottenstein Edition Talmud format, based on the interpretation of Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro, adds words and phrases to make the Mishnah text read smoothly and clearly.
    • Notes to clarify and explain the Mishnah further by drawing on the Gemara or other classic Mishnah commentaries.
    • General introductions to each masechta discuss many important concepts.
    • Many detailed diagrams and illustrations. Learn More
  10. Hachi Garsinan
    ...In his classic style, the Pri Megadim emphasizes for us the importance of being fluent in both Hebrew and Aramaic grammar, not merely as a subject of its own, but as an integral part of properly translating and understanding Gemara.

    Being familiar with the language is not only helpful in understanding Gemara but also ensures that the learner will retain his knowledge. As the Gemara tells us:

    “The people of Yehudah who are precise in their language (i.e., they were careful to express themselves with the proper words), (therefore) their Torah was retained in their hands.” Learn More

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