Valerie Farber's impressive research (with experts acknowledged in her text), her captivat-ing story and seamless dialogue will entertain readers of her first book, City of Refuge - A Novel of the Ancient Past.
Rabbi Leff's Shemoneh Esrei is a magnum opus on the central prayer of our davening.
It's sweet 16 for the Mimmy and Simmy book series.
The Jewish world owes Yaffa Ganz a big "Thank you!" for the newly available reprint of some of her classic stories.
A fact-filled guide to the highways and byways of Jerusalem (and there are lots of byways here), Jerusalem:
Geulah B'Rachamim contains 60 easily absorbed lessons about the significance of Jewish life on holy soil.
Books have a problem. When they want to teach something, they're limited by their stoic two-dimensional constraints.
Hineni, the renowned Torah outreach organization, has announced that the latest best selling book of its founder and president, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis is now available in an audio CD version.
Mark Werner's engaging text about serving in Israel's international volunteer military brigade Sar-El (a.k.a. Sherut LeYisrael) is a fun read.
The mitzvah of taharat hamishpachah (family purity) can be a source of great marital fulfillment and vitality, yet can also - especially for the female partner - cause significant stress, confusion even misery.
Yeshivat Har Etzion is one of the main centers of religious Zionism in Israel.
As Jews, we are all cognizant of the Torah dictum to "honor our father and mother," yet in our self-centered and fast-paced society, we often neglect to make time to fulfill this important mitzvah.
Gita Gordon's well-structured, interesting historic fiction contains the building blocks of a decent society.
Who doesn't love a good story? And who hasn't said to themselves, "I wish I could write this one down"?
What - another book about ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)? Some of us have an entire bookshelf of these!
These introductory lines capture the book's essence: "The land of Israel and the Jewish people are bound together in mysterious ways difficult to grasp. The relationship between them goes beyond the conventional"
English-language readers are fascinated with Rabbi Tal Zwecker's Mipeninei Noam Elimelech.
Ktav has recently brought out a series of books on Chumash that enrich our understanding and appreciation of the Book of Books.
The unthinkable tragic death of one's child is a topic most of us find difficult to embrace.
An agnostic may be compared to one who sits on the sideline of "The Big Game" without rooting for any particular team.
Shalom Hammer is certainly an accomplished educator; he teaches adults and children at the same time with The Family Parsha Book.
Estie Solomon and her son Dovid (a superb photographer) spent quality time touring their new home, the State of Israel, and created a Box of Chocolate format for presenting the goodies that abound in the Holy Land.
Pitspopany Press has released another colorful paperback for children.
There has been a great deal of Holocaust literature in recent years. The works are always painful and not easy to read, but this genre of literature is taking on a special urgency as the number of eyewitnesses to this famous chapter in Jewish history is rapidly dwindling.
Little Lizzy is dusting her mom's antiques store and Grandpa's snoozing head when a pink and piqued Mrs. Larchmont strides inside the shop.