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by Mordechai Judovits Sages of the Talmud is a collection of biographical information about the authors of the Talmud. It contains about four hundred entries and hundreds of anecdotes about the sages, all as recorded in the Talmud itself. An indispensable book for the student of the Talmud, it is not only an excellent practical reference guide, ...
How did the 21-year-old newlywed from Meah Shearim form an immediate bond with street kids, gangsters, and hardened prisoners?
How did he transform a crime-ridden city into a place of hope, learning, and Torah?
How did he begin with 18 boys who needed a home, and create a vast empire of chesed for tens of thousands of children?
How did Rav...
How do you describe Rabbi Shlomo Gissinger?
A world class posek
A much beloved Rav
A Yid with a caring heart, that pulsed with sensitivity
A talmid chacham -“ versed in Kol HaTorah kulah
A pioneering Torah and kehillah builder
A tireless advocate who couldn't bear to see any child without a school
A father figure to countless youth i...
Traveling to study in France for the summer, Canadian college student Kerry Samuels made a stop that would change his life. An unlikely chain of events landed him pursuing theological study in Israel, changing his name to Kalman, and marrying his wife Malki. In 1977 their infant son Yossi was injured and rendered blind, deaf, and acutely hyperac...
Esther Jungreis was a young Holocaust survivor who became a friend, advisor, confidante, Torah teacher and often even a surrogate mother to thousands: singles and families, prime ministers, presidents and prisoners, and soldiers and spiritual seekers throughout the world.
A pioneer in Jewish outreach and the founder of Hineni, she made history ...
Compiled and authored by HaRav Moshe Barzem – beloved grandson of the Steipler Gaon – this remarkable book chronicles the Steipler’s approach to life as no other volume can.
Rabbi Barzem was raised within his grandfather’s innermost circle and these pages reflect the unique intimacy of that experience. Filled with vivid personal recollections,...
They don't make them like this anymore. Rav Schach zt'l called him ze'ir a groisseh doctor" (a very great doctor), and the Klausenberger zt'l declared, "he was accompanied by the angel Rafael himself." Blessed by the Gerrer Rebbe, the Imrei Emes, to be ""Author:R. AdlerBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
For American Jewish historian Jeffrey S. Gurock, the sports metaphor highlights the challenges that Jewish life has faced in modern American society. Although athletics were once seen as the incursion of a foreign cultural phenomenon into Jewish life, attitudes have shifted in recent generations. What was once branded as an unproductive question...
Boston chassidus is a wellspring of the baal teshuvah movement, a source of compassion and medical assistance, and a model of vibrant Torah Judaism. This is the Bostoner Rebbetzin's own story, from European roots, to the United States, to new chapters inAuthor:Raichel HorowitzBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
No, no, no!" he told the caller. " How can you say you have no friends? I'm your friend." The caller was sad and lonely. The speaker was Rabbi Avrohom Yaakov HaKohen Pam, Rosh Yeshivah of Torah Vodaath, where he taught Torah to thousands of talmidim for"Author:Rabbi Shimon FinkelmanBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
This work addresses your parenting concerns, including how to: motivate your children, instill values, teach children to cope with anger and deal with peer pressure. Responding to contemporary challenges, the authors devote chapters to: helping childrenAuthor:Dr. David Pelcovitz , Rabbi Raphael PelcovitzBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
From the venerated Jerusalem Torah scholar and Kabbalist Rabbi Yaakov Hillel comes an extraordinary new book. Drawing from Torah, Midrash, Mussar, and Kabbalah sources, he guides us through our Jewish spiritual journey - through this world and into the neAuthor:Rabbi Yaakov HillelBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
These stories were especially chosen for youthful readers -- but we'll bet your parents will love them too!Author:Libby LazewnikBinding:HardcoverDimensions:7.00 X 9.00
Rabbi Yechiel Spero brings all his acclaimed storytelling talent to the inspiring life of Rav Yitzchok Sternhell, one of the unsung heroes of the resurgence of Torah in postwar America.Author:Rabbi Yechiel SperoBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
Even during his lifetime, Rabbi Shlomo Goren (1917–1994) stood as an exemplar of rabbinic leadership, a gadol renowned for his wisdom and courage, responsibility and dedication. The young boy from Poland who grew up tilling the land of newfound Israeli villages, enlisted in the Jewish underground, and fought in the War of Independence, rose to b...
The Yellow Star A Boy’s Story of Auschwitz and Buchenwald By: S. B. Unsdorfer In this now-classic Holocaust memoir, Simcha Bunem Unsdorfer recounts his survival of the Nazi camps. Clinging fiercely to his faith in God, the nineteen-year-old Unsdorfer faced the unspeakable horrors of Auschwitz and Buchenwald with courage and moral defiance, a tes...
The definitive biography of Rabbi Yisrael Meir Kagan of Radin, Poland.Author:Rabbi Moses M. YoshorBinding:HardcoverDimensions:6.00 X 9.00
A biography written especially for young people, packed with history and inspiration.Author:Rabbi Eliezer Gevirtz , Rabbi Nosson SchermanBinding:HardcoverDimensions:7.50 X 9.50
Simcha Raz recounts the tales and the Torah of Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berdichev, the most fierce advocate the Jewish people has ever known. Hardcover English 230 Pages ISBN: 978 159264 4735 List: $24.95
In Meant to Be, Rabbi Hier recounts the events of his dazzling life: the miraculous birth and growth of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Moriah Films, and the Museums of Tolerance; the hunt for the Nazi Angel of Death, Josef Mengele; encounters with renowned Jewish sages Rabbi Aharon Kotler, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein and the Gerrer Rebbe; his friendship...