High Holidays

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  1. Leather Bound Chabad Full Size Hebrew Machzor with tehillim (choose from many colors)
  2. Yael and Her New White Dress Book/CD
    Yael is thrilled with the new beautiful white dress Savta bought her! But right before Rosh Hashanah, her dress gets stained at her cousin's Bar Mitzvah. Will her mother be able to clean it? As she waits and wonders, she thinks about how the shofar reminds us to fix our mistakes and become all clean inside, too -- just like her white dress!

    Yael and Her New White Dress is part of the Yael Yom Tov Series. Learn More

  3. Shabbos & Yom Tov Divrei Torah For Children #1
    Let your child shine at the Shabbos and Yom Tov table!

    A compilation of Divrei Torah written in a clear and simple style for children to read and share at the Shabbos table!

    Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Learn More

  4. Mashal Tov #2, 52 Perfect Parables On Holidays and Special Days on the Jewish Calendar
    Let MASHAL TOV take you around the Jewish year…

    All the ingredients that made Mashal Tov on the Parshah such a popular favorite are present in full measure in Mashal Tov – Throughout the Jewish Year: eye-opening, uplifting, precious and powerful life-changing parables, but this time, as they pertain to the Yamim Tovim and special days of the year.

    Perfect for parents, teachers, old and young alike, here’s a perfect way to make year-round learning exciting, meaningful and always enjoyable. Learn More

  5. V'Higadeta-Yom Kippur & Sukkos
    Insights, stories, and teachings from the treasure-trove of maggid Harav Yaakov Galinsky, zt"l

    For decades, Rav Yaakov Galinsky fulfilled the directive of the Steipler, Rav Yaakov Yisrael Kanievsky, zt”l, whom he knew in the Novardok yeshivah in Bialystok. "Reb Yaakov, the Steipler advised, "zolst zogen un zogen un zogen. You need to speak and speak and speak.”

    Rav Galinsky delivered thousands of drashosin the halls of yeshivos and batei midrash, and before huge audiences, both religious and nonreligious. He is responsible for bringing many, many people closer to Hashem. Now these drashos are accessible in print to the English-speaking audience.

    In this volume, Rav Galinsky goes through each viduy confession, one by one, and through his stories and lessons from the Torah and Chazal, he explains how each one applies to us. Besides his insightful explanations of the vidui, here you will find stories and lessons on the mitzvos of Yom Kippur itself, on the order of the service in the tefillah, on sefer Yonah and Ne’ilah, as well as derashos on Sukkos, the arba’ah minim, the simchas beis hasho’eivah, the ushpizin, Hoshana Rabbah, and Simchas Torah.

    With his unique, penetrating style — with stories and parables, life lessons and maxims, pesukim and ma’amarei Chazal — he topples the defensive walls we’ve built around ourselves. He shows us who we are, and who we could be, if we only allow it. Learn More

  6. A Deeper Dimension, Fascinating Beneath-The-Surface Look at Life & Judaism through the Parashah
    Have you ever seen something in a new light, to the point that you can't remember how you ever understood it before?

    Have you ever taken a few moments to 'look a little deeper'?

    For twenty-three years, Rabbi Judah Gross has been asking good questions, finding impressive answers, and collecting fascinating ideas.

    In this unique and impressive work, for the first time, his insights are available to all.

    Approbations:

    "My beloved student and colleague, Judah Gross, has applied himself to record his insights… His comments are meaningful and valuable and anyone that will study them will gain knowledge, thought, inspiration and joy of discovery from them… I extend in these words of mine to him my admiration and great affection."

    Rabbi Berel Wein

    "There are seforim written that are a product of a person; and then there are seforim written that are somehow a statement of the very person himself. Reb Judah Gross has produced that very type of sefer."

    Rabbi Ahron Shraga Lopiansky

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Judah Grosswas born in New York, Y, attended Yeshiva Shaarei Torah under the auspices of Rabbi Berel Wein, Shlita, and learned under his Rebbe muvhak, Rav Aryeh Rottman Shlita at Yeshiva Mercaz HaTorah. He received smicha from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg Shlita, kabala in shchita from Rav Dovid Benzion Klein, and learned mila and safrus under Harav Yehuda Giat. Additionally, Rabbi Gross has an M.B.A. From Bar Ilan University and holds a Black Belt in Tae Kwan Do. Learn More

  7. Kitzur Hilchos Yom Tov, An English translation of the immensely popular sefer on the laws of Yom Tov
    As in Hilchos Shabbos, in Hilchos Yom Tov we have followed the "derech kitzora" (path of brevity), and have concentrated primarily on acquainting the reader with the main principles of the laws of Yom Tov. In addition, we have presented a number of practical applications. Thus, one will be equipped to ask one's Rav for further guidance after studying this sefer.

    In Hilchos Shabbos we organized the sefer in accordance with the sequence used by the Chayei Adam in his sefer Zichru Toras Moshe. Likewise, in Hilchos Yom Tov as well, we have organized the sefer according to the arrangement of the Chayei Adam, which follows the order of the thirty-nine Melachos. Thus, each chapter in this sefer parallels the corresponding chapter in Kitzur Hilchos Shabbos.

    The advantage to this system is that one who has already studied the laws of Shabbos from our sefer can now easily find the halachos of Yom Tov relevant to that subject in the same chapter as that topic is discussed in Hilchos Shabbos. Moreover, within each chapter, one can frequently follow the order of the numbers assigned to each subtopic, and thereby see how the halacha in regard to Yom Tov differs from Shabbos. Learn More

  8. What If…on Yamim Tovim #1

    Fascinating halachic discussions for the Yom Tov table

    You love it at your Shabbos table. 
    Now you can enjoy What If? on all the Jewish holidays!

    • It is Rosh Hashanah. A man holding a shofar is going to blow for a sick friend. A car pulls up and the driver says, “I'm Jewish. Would you mind blowing that shofar for me?Should he blow the shofar while yom tov is clearly being desecrated
    • Boaz built a huge succah for his restaurant - and now patrons of other kosher eateries are using it, and his own customers have to wait. Can he ask the others to leave?
    • A pre-Pesach food drive is hurting local groceries. Can the merchants demand that the food distribution be stopped?

    The bestselling and beloved What If? series has become a welcome staple at our Shabbos tables. Based on the popular Hebrew-language series Chashukei Chemed, written by noted rav and posek Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein shlita, and translated and arranged by Rabbi Moshe Sherrow, every volume in the What If? series includes hundreds of real-life halachic questions, each accompanied by a brief, practical scenario to illustrate the case, and an answer that is understandable and easy to follow. Make your holiday table extra-special with the great conversation starter, What If on Yamim Tovim.

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  9. Welcome to Our Table #1 , Words of Torah & Inspiring Stories from Our Shabbos Table to Yours
    We don't often get a chance to ask penetrating questions of our family or friends. The one time in the week when we can learn - and be inspired by the thoughts and life experiences of others - is Shabbos or Yom Tov. But how can we bring that about? How can we engage family, friends and guests so that we make the relevant Torah portion come alive?

    Welcome to Our Table shows exactly how. It provides a user-friendly guide to help one and all make the most of the Shabbos and Yom Tov experience. And, while it will not deliver the food to your table, it will deliver the rest - amazing Torah wisdom, insightful questions and inspiring stories From Our Table to Yours! Learn More

  10. Tishrei in Lubavitch
    “Tishrei in Lubavitch” walks the reader through a Tishrei with the Rebbe through over 200 masterfully curated photos, accompanied by insightful captions and commentaries.

    Words have the power to inspire the imagination, but an image can bring something to life.

    Those who merited to experience the holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Simchat Torah with the Rebbe – chasidim, and those from across the Jewish spectrum; young and old – found themselves invigorated and renewed. In similar vein, the album’s captions, narratives and quotes from the Rebbe and the Tishrei prayers, are designed to engage and inform – as well as to inspire and uplift, individuals from across the Jewish community.

    Whether one is able to “relive their memories,” or enjoy a first taste of the special meaning with which the Rebbe imbued the holidays, “Tishrei in Lubavitch” enables one to experience the solemn, the joyous, the uplifting and the unforgettable moment of the month of festivals in the Rebbe’s presence.

    Selected from the best photos of Levi Y. Freidin, Yossi Melamed and other photographers between the years 5740 and 5745 (1979-1984). Learn More

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