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Torah Anthology Devarim - Available individually

Deuteronomy 5 Volumes: 15-19Translated by: Rabbi Aryeh KaplanPart of the ‘Torah Anthology Tanach’ series. The Me’am Lo’ez (Torah Anthology) commentary on the Bible was originally written in the Ladino language in Constantinople, first by Rabbi Yaakov Culi, one of the greatest Sephardic sages of his times. The first books were first published in 1730. Later […]

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Succas Dovid Devarim

Selected Thoughts on Devarimby Rabbi Dovid KviatTranslated by: Ariel WaldenPart of the ‘Succas Dovid Selected Thoughts’ series. Rabbi Kviat is the prolific author of the acclaimed multi-volume commentary, the Succas Dovid. That work, an incisive analysis of sugiyos spanning the entire Talmud, is studied in yeshivos the world over. The Succas Dovid is not only […]

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Einei Yisroel - Devarim

by HaRav Yisroel BelskyPart of the ‘Einei Yisroel’ series. Brilliant! Groundbreaking! Piercing analysis by one of the great minds of our generation. Rabbi Belsky examines the lessons of Sefer Devarim through the lens of his extraordinary, vast knowledge of the length and breadth of Torah thought, as well as the secular sciences and disciplines. The […]

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The Call of the Torah Deuteronomy

Devarimby Rabbi Elie MunkEdited by Rabbi Nosson Scherman and Rabbi Meir ZlotowitzPart of the ‘The Call of the Torah’ series. Magnificent anthology of interpretation and commentary on the Five Books of Moses. Rabbi Munk nourishes the minds and hearts of his readers, showing how the truths of the Torah apply to both the individual and […]

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The Hirsch Chumash: Devorim

A Masterful New English Translationby Rabbi Samson R. HirschTranslated by: Daniel HabermanPart of the ‘The Hirsch Chumash’ series. Since it first appeared, nearly 150 years ago, the Hirsch Commentary on Chumash has gained worldwide popularity for the breathtaking scope of insight and information it offers to scholar, student, and layman alike. This expansive work combines […]

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The Parashah Anthology - Sefer Talelei Oros

DevarimEdited by Rabbi Yissachar Dov RubinTranslated by: Rabbi Yaakov Yosef ReinmanPart of the ‘The Parashah Anthology - Sefer Talelei Oros’ series. A modern classic, this volume occupies a place of honor on thousands of Shabbos tables and has become the indispensable companion of rabbis and speakers. Now this masterwork has been adapted into English making […]

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Windows To The Soul - Vayikra, Bamidbar, Devarim

A Psychiatrist Finds a Wealth of Ideas in the Weekly Torah Readingby Rabbi Dr. Michael BernsteinPart of the ‘Windows To The Soul’ series. Rabbi Michael Bernstein, M.D. is a practicing child psychiatrist. His is a craft that teaches its practitioners to notice things that others overlook. In this book, he turns his skills to the […]

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Vedibarta Bam - Devorim

And You Shall Speak of Themby Rabbi Moshe BogomilskyPart of the ‘Vedibarta Bam: And You Shall Speak of Them’ series. The uniqueness of this sefer is the presentation of thoughts in a question and answer format. A compilation of selected Torah insights, thought-provoking ideas, homilies and explanations of Torah passages. Presented in a clear and […]

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A Torah Commentary for Our Times: Bamidbar & Devarim

Volume Three: Numbers / Deuteronomyby Harvey J FieldsIllustrated by: Gloria CarmiPart of the ‘A Torah Commentary for Our Times’ series. Intermediate level commentary on the Books of Numbers (Bamidbar) and Deuteronomy (Devarim ) published by the Reform Movement. Each chapter contains a summary of the Torah portion, an identification of key themes, summaries of select […]

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Hirsch Chumash: Hebrew Only

Part of the ‘The Hirsch Chumash’ series. Hirsch’s classic commentary on the Torah, in Hebrew. Translated from the original German.

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Chamisha Chumsha Torah Mikraos Gedolos HaMaloh

W/ commentary by Rabbeinu Bachai and others incl. Haftorah Small set of Chumashim.Nice new typeset. Includes the usual commentariesplus Rabbeinu Bachai and also uses vowels for about half the commentaries. Also includes the Haftorah at the end of each Parsha. This is not your average set alot of extras are thrown in. 5′x7′ Publisher: A. […]

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Chumash Chok LeYisroel HaMaor

New clear typeset with a unique layout.Layout: Pussok of Chumash followed by the corresponding Unkelos. Five books of Moshe set up with Mishnaius, Talmud, Prophets and many other of the classic works including explanations. This unique set is designed to provide a brief learning experience in all the major works every day for every portion […]

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Chumash The Jaffa Edition Hebrew-Only

The Torah with Onkelos, Rashi, Baal HaTurim, and Ikkar Sifsei Chachamim; The Haftaros and Five Megillos This new all-Hebrew edition of the Chumash is specifically designed and constructed for synagogue use! Large, clear type on 8 5/8′ x 10′ pages makes it easy to read and follow the Torah reading; and the ultra-reinforced side-sewn binding […]

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Parush Haramban al HaTorah

Explanations of Ramban on the Torahby Moshe Nachman Two volume setNice text with short phrases from the Bible and then a lengthy explanation.The Ramban was one of the leading Torah scholars of the Middle Ages; dramaticly defended Judaism at the Barcelona debate in 1263. In this set he comments on the Chumash. 7′x9.5′ Publisher: A. […]

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Or HaChaim

w/ Toldos and Maftachos ( offshoots from the writer and intoduction)by Chaim Alter Famous Kabbalist and Talmudic scholar R’ Chaimben Alter (1696-1743) comments on the ChumashThe Or HaChaim was the Rabbi and Rosh Yeshiva in Livorno, Italy, and later in Yerushalayim 7′x9.5′

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Sfas Emes

5 volume setby Rabbi Yehudah Alter This beautifuly bound, small set of 5 books is printed with a new, very clear and sharp text. Commentatary on Torah and other topics. Rabbi Yehudah Leib Alter (1847-1905) was the second Gerrer Rebbe and Leader of polish Jewry. 5.5′x8.5′ Publisher: Mir, 1997

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Rabbeinu Bachai

Explanations of Rabbeinu Bachai on Torahby Rabbeinu Bachai Two volume set.New clear typeset with vowels.Author takes short Biblical phrase and follows with a lengthy explanation containing four modes of interpretation: plain meaning of the text, midrashic, philosophical, and kabbalistic.Rabbeinu Bachai lived from 1263-1340. He was a student of the Rashba- the leading Rabbi in Spain […]

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The Laws of Cooking on Shabbos

Based on Sefer Shabbos KeHalachah following the rulings of the Rebbeim of Chabadby Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov and Rabbi Y. Farkash A compact volume, in English, covering the basics of the laws of cooking on Shabbos according to the rulings of the Rebbeim of Chabad, based on the sefer Shabbos KeHalachah by Rabbi Y. Farkash. […]

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Sh’ma B’ni

A treasury of stories and lessons from the weekly parashahby Rabbi Binyamin EfratiIllustrated by: Tova Katz Ages 8-11 One of the only books of its kind! Enhance your familys Shabbos table with this wonderful parashah book for kids ages 8 and up. With illustrations and carefully chosen topics, the author-a noted author and educator-brings the […]

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My First Parsha Reader 4 Numbers

The Book of Bamidbarby R WeissmanIllustrated by: Tova LeffPart of the ‘My First Parsha Reader’ series. Ages 4-7 The Parshas of Bamidbar (Numbers). An illustrated basic reader, written in simple understandable text for young children. Over 50 illustrations and reprints from The Little Midrash Says.(140 Pages) 8.25′x11′ Publisher: Bnay Yakov, 1996

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The Jewish Study Bible

One Volume; With CommentaryEdited by Michael Fishbane The Jewish Study Bible (JSB) presents the center of gravity of the Scriptures where Jews experience it-in Torah. It offers readers the fruits of various schools of Jewish traditions of biblical exegesis (rabbinic, medieval, mystical, etc.) and provides them with a wealth of ancillary materials that aid in […]

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The Bible - Hebrew/English

One Volume; No Commentary Hebrew and English in side-by-side columns. Presentation page and Family Records section. Color illustrations from the ‘Jewish Family Bible’ London Edition of 1881. Translation According to the Masoretic Text.(1586 Pages) 5′x7′ Publisher: Sinai Publishing, 2003

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Artscroll Tanach Series

This series is not yet complete.by Rabbi Hersh GoldwurmEdited by Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz and Rabbi Nosson Scherman The ArtScroll Tanach Series presents the comments of the classic giants of ancient and contemporary times in a logical, comprehensible manner, like a master teach on an exciting voyage of intellectual discovery. Entire Hebrew text reset in clear […]

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Judaica Press Tanach

This series is not yet complete.Edited by Rabbi A. J. RosenbergTranslated by: Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg Invaluable companion to traditional learning of tanach. A unique format offers the complete Hebrew text and Mikraoth Gedoloth (classical commentaries) on the right hand pages of each volume, facing a complete modern English translation of the text and commentary […]

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Metsudah Tanach

This series is not yet complete.Edited by Rabbi Avhaham Davis The Metsudah Tanach series is comprised of various sets and series from Metsudah. Bindings, covers, and sizes vary. See individual items for more details. This series is in the process of being completed. Volumes available are listed below. Click here for Metsudah Chumash Series set […]

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Koren Tanach - Israel Edition

Hebrew Only An ideal gift for all occasions, bound in handsome burgundy and slip cased. The Koren Israel Bible comes with an appendix which includes 27 Biblical maps, and translations from the Book of Daniel and sections from the Book of Ezra from Aramaic to Hebrew. The text is Hebrew, legible and clear. (Personalization not […]

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Judaica Press Books of Prophets Joshua#1

YehoshuaEdited by Rabbi A. J. RosenbergTranslated by: Rabbi A. J. RosenbergPart of the ‘Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings’ series. A new English translation of the text, Rashi, and a translation of selections from some of the greatest commentators. This edition is intended for the beginner, student, and scholar, each of whom […]

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Metsudah Tanach The Book of Joshua

Metsudah Tanach Seriesby Rabbi Avrohom Yosef DavisPart of the ‘Metsudah Tanach Nev’im Series’ series. Sefer Yehoshua begins the second of the three parts of the ‘Threefold Torah’ described in the Talmud. The Book of Yehoshua represents the bridge between the Chumash and the Books of the Prophets. In the Sefer, we learn of the conquest […]

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Suddenly Jewish

Jews Raised as Gentiles Discover Their Jewish Rootsby Barbara Kessel One woman learned on the eve of her Roman Catholic wedding. One man as he was studying for the priesthood. Madeleine Albright famously learned from the Washington Post when she was named Secretary of State. What is it like to find out you are not […]

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My Sister, the Jew

by Ahuvah Gray This is the true story of an African-American minister, a descendant of sharecroppers, who chose to exchange the American Dream for a dream of her own to follow the courageous path of the convert, eventually becoming a Torah-observant Jew. A compelling and fascinating story of miraculous Divine Providence, friendship, and determination. Ahuvahs […]

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