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Confronting The Holocaust From A Child’s-Eye View

Ackerman’s clear, lucid prose throws the harshness of the narrative into sharp relief.

A Major Transition

The connection between what I experienced as a high school teenager and the adult I am today did not come easy to me.

Keeping The Kids Engaged – Before And During Pesach

Often I open Haggadot and find depictions of the Makos or slavery that I find troubling for a young audience.

Simchas Hachaim Publishes New Rabbi Avigdor Miller Sefer

It captures the love of the Jewish soul as only Shlomo Hamelech could portray it – and as only Rabbi Miller could explain it.

Through A Torah Lens

Erudite and academic, drawing from ancient and modern sources, the book can be discussed at the Shabbos table as well as in kollel.

Above And Beyond

For those who doubt or entirely disbelieve the phenomenon, this book will change your mind.

Aliyahlogue

Cyrelle Simon lived for over 45 years in West Lafayette, Indiana, where she and her late husband, Purdue biology professor Edward H. Simon, held many volunteer leadership positions in the Jewish community.

Reviving The Torah Ideal

In the introduction to the first volume, R. Katz discusses the Torah ideal, arguing that the Torah’s laws are intended to craft the perfect man and are not to be regarded as ends unto themselves.

All The Lincoln That’s Fit To Print

It’s almost pointless to try to summarize all of the fascinating information that Holzer’s research unearthed.

In His Own Words

The special charm of these letters is their immediacy and authenticity of emotion and description.

Mysterious Manuscripts

His phenomenal memory encompassed the Written Torah, the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud, and all the major commentaries.

A YA Secret No Longer

Who hasn’t experienced how hard it can be to fit in?

Finally, The Jewish Harry Potter

Written with flowing language and engaging style, Attar weaves a spell that combines mystery, humor, adventure and Kabbalah in the most magical place in the world, the Old City of erusalem.

How To Live In The Chassidic Tradition

There are those who highlight the diversity of these different teachings, seeing each rebbe as teaching a separate path.

Wolf In Hijab

Because she is keenly aware that anti-Semitism may start with the Jews but never ends with the Jews, she makes the logical connection between the opprobrium for both America and Israel so commonplace on the political left.

A New Perspective On The Jewish State

In this narrative of history, it is the third world Palestinians who are victims of the marauding Jews, of course.

From The Depths

Their memoirs capture these experiences through a Torah-faith point of view.

Reinvigorating The Study Of Tanach

The penultimate section of the book serves as a primer to modern Biblical scholarship and Orthodox responses.

A Topsy Turvy Life

While still a student in a small Midwest college she learns that her aunt in New York has passed away, resulting in her life turning topsy turvy.

Multiple Dimensions, A Parshah At A Time

For each weekly reading, Rabbi Grysman begins with a synopsis of the Torah portion, followed by a focus on a major issue.

Retracing Horrors

Goldsmith himself went on his own “voyage of discovery” to the places where his grandfather and uncle landed and were sent.

From Europe To Palestine To The U.S. – The Story Of A Man, His...

Leon experienced the War of Independence from a soldier’s perspective, while remaining true to his Jewish ideals and beliefs.

An Israel Love Story With a Twist

"Fields of Exile" provides a glimpse into the horrors of academic anti-Israelism, experienced by one firmly rooted in the left.

It’s All From Hashem

A chacham striving for self-control over his emotion to act vindictively against someone who wronged him should make use of the concept of hashgachah pratisto achieve this goal – as if the aggressor had no free-will and was compelled to wrong him.

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