Here’s a super-quick peek at our new titles:
Enjoy absorbing and inspiring biographies? This Chanukah season we’ve got two for you: Rav Kulefsky: The beloved American-born rebbi whose geshmak for Torah lit the fire in thousands, by Rabbi Yechiel Spero, and At Any Hour — Harav Shlomo Gissinger, the story of Lakewood’s (and Klal Yisrael’s) amazing rav and askan, by Rabbi Avrohom Birnbaum.
Looking for terrific stories? Try Rabbi Nachman Seltzer’s unique new book: A Tiny Taste of Heaven: Amazing stories about the power of hafrashas challah.
Cookbooks make fantastic gifts —and we’ve got a real winner for Chanukah! Dinner Done: Practical recipes for your busy day was created by the talented and popular Between Carpools team, and it’s already flying off the shelves and into kitchens all over the planet!
We feed our loved ones, and we feed our neshamos as well. In Nishmas: Song of the Soul, by Rabbi Yisroel Besser, we gain a wonderful new understanding of Nishmas, which is recited by tens of thousands, through stories and insights.
Rabbi Daniel Glatstein’s The Light and the Splendor shows us how to view Chanukah and Tu B’Shvat in a whole new way.
Based on the teachings of Rav Avigdor Miller, Open Your Eyes by Rabbi Dov Keilson shows us how to bring Hashem into our lives on a minute-by-minute basis, and You Revealed by Nafatali Horowitz is a Torah-based guide to success.
Rabbi Chaim Mintz answers your questions in Ask the Rabbi, and Rabbi Moshe Bamberger takes us on a fascinating tour of our gedolim in his full-color coffee table book, Great Jewish Journeys.
The Illustrated Tehillim is a full-color, oversized volume featuring exquisite paintings illustrating each chapter.
The Tehillas Leah Sarah Edition Tehillim Mechulak is made up of 30 Tehillim booklets, divided by the daily chapter, perfect for Tehillim groups or to take with you every day. Both include fully vowelized Hebrew text, with the classic ArtScroll English-language translation.
Can’t forget the kids! The little ones will learn delightful lessons with Mrs. Sara Ginsburg’s Thanks to You for Everything, while for older children we’ve got The Story of Rav Belsky, a warm and personal biography written by his granddaughter, Etti Goldstein.