Here at ArtScroll, we are constantly working to keep our books in print and available for order. With our state-of-the-art technology that allows us to print on demand, we ensure that you can buy books that are a decade old, just as you can buy the books we published last week.
One such back-in-print book is Rav Pam on Chumash. Published in 2004, this book is based on the lectures and teachings of the revered leader and Torah scholar, Rabbi Avrohom Yaakov Pam. Among the most highly anticipated of Rav Pam’s parashah shiurim was his lecture on parashas Chayei Sarah, when he discussed practical insights into the topic of shidduchim. This week’s free download is the chapter that’s based on these popular teachings.
Make sure to visit our back-in-print section to view our newly reprinted books and seforim.
What better way to educate our children about the parashah than through stories? in Stories My Grandfather Told Me, the lessons and values are of the weekly Torah portion are taught through engaging stories. Whether your children read the stories themselves, or you read them aloud and discuss them over the shabbos seudah, the tales and lessons in Stories My Grandfather Told Me will be enjoyed by parents and children alike!
Rav Shlomo Wolbe zt’l — “The Mashgiach” — was one of the towering Torah personalities of the twentieth century, the quintessential educator who helped take the torch of the pre-war Mussar Movement and reignite it in the modern world. His teachings and his many sefarim, including Alei Shur, are classics of Jewish thought and hashkafah, studied and beloved throughout the Torah world.
For decades, Rav Wolbe gave regular discourses on the Torah, focusing his penetrating insight, broad knowledge, and profound understanding on the weekly parashah. In Rav Wolbe on Chumash Rabbi Yitzchok Caplan, Rav Wolbe’s grandson, has collected Rav Wolbe’s teachings, both from his weekly lectures and from his many sefarim, and melded them into a deep and yet accessible Torah work.
Rav Wolbe on Chumash is a perfect book for the Shabbos table, or for any time we want to follow the wise guidance of this revered master of mussar.
In honor of this new release, we’re offering a free download of this week’s parashah, Lech Lecha:
The father, Rabbi Rephael Pelovitz, is an internationally-respected rabbi. The son, Dr. David Pelcovitz, is a world-renowned psychologist. They teamed up to co-author Life in the Balance. This new release draws on both timeless Torah wisdom and modern psychological smarts to … Continue reading →
What are you thankful for? When was the last time you really though about gratitude? In this new release from ArtScroll, Let There Be Rain, popular teacher and lecturer Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein teamed up with best-selling author Rabbi Shimon Finkelman … Continue reading →
We’ve got a very special download for you this week: an entire chapter of our upcoming book by best-selling author and noted lecturer, Rabbi Yissochar Frand. Tens of thousands of people around the world have been inspired by Rabbi Frand’s … Continue reading →
Imagine a life free of worry, of stress, of anxiety. This life could be yours, and Rabbi David Ashear’s new book, Living Emunah is here to show you how. Rabbi Ashear’s Daily Emunah talks have taken the world by storm. Thousands have internalized his life amazing lessons.
Now his life changing lessons are combined into ArtScroll’s newest masterpiece, and for this week’s free download, we’re giving our blog readers a chance to experience it this hot new release.
Rabbi Shimon Finkelman, master teacher, best-selling author and master-storyteller’s best-seller, Shabbos Stories shares an inspirational story for you to enjoy every week, share with your family, and discuss at the shabbos table. Conveniently arranged by the weekly parashah, Shabbos Stories will be enjoyed week after week and year after year.
With Tishah B’Av approaching, we want to help our readers prepare to have a meaningful fast. This week we are sharing two free downloads that will make your Tishah B’Av more meaningful.
First, a portion of the Kinnos:
The destruction of the Six Million is our own generation’s stark connection to the eternal Tishah B’Av. Two great and inspiring spiritual leaders of our time, The Bobover Rebbe and Rav Shimon Schwab composed Kinnos lamenting and memorializing the unspeakable tragedy. Adopted by many congregations worldwide, these painful laments are read on Tishah B’Av.
On Tishah B ’Av, it is customary to study the interpersonal conflicts which led to the ruin of the Second Temple. One well-known source comes from the Schottenstein Edition Talmud Bavli Tractate Gittin, pages 55b-56a.