Purim is just a few weeks away, and there’s still time to shop for Purim titles for the entire family! Want to win a selection of Purim megillos and titles for the whole family? Scroll down for your chance to … Continue reading
With so many great new releases from ArtScroll, there’s something for everyone this Chanukah! Here’s your chance to win your favorite!
That’s right! Here’s your chance to choose your own prize from Eight of ArtScroll’s popular new releases!
Would you like to win…
1. Everyday Secret Restaurant Recipes by Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek
2. Living Emunah Volume 2 by Rabbi David Ashear
3. Class Acts Volume 2 by Rabbi Nachman Seltzer
4. A Handful of Stars by C.B. Weinfeld
5. From Their Daughters Hearts by Estie Florans
6. Great Jewish Treasures by Rabbi Moshe Bamberger
7. The Story of Reb Moshe by Rabbi Shimon Finkelman
8. Letters to My Children by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.
To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling us which of the amazing new titles listed above you’d like to win.
Giveaway ends on Monday, December 14th at 11:59 pm eastern time.
Don’t forget: ArtScroll’s Chanukah Sale continues: Click here to save 20% on all books!
**Giveaway ends Monday, December 14th at 11:59 pm eastern time. One winner will receive the new book of their choice. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person. All discounts off of list price. Sale ends 12/28/15.
The summer is here, and it’s a great time to catch up on your learning and reading.
Whether you’re interested in new releases, ArtScroll classics, or books for your children, you’re guaranteed to find something for everyone in the family. To help you enjoy these great titles this summer, ArtScroll is giving away a $100 e-gift card to one of our blog readers!
To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling us which ArtScroll books you’d like to purchase with $100!
Giveaway ends on Wednesday, July 8th at 11:59 pm eastern time.
**One winner will receive a $100 egift card via email. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person.
Have your eye on one of ArtScroll’s new releases? Here’s your chance to pick which one you’d like to win!
That’s right! This is a giveaway that allows you to choose your own prize. Here are your fabulous choices:
1) The Silver Platter: It’s the cookbook everyone’s been raving about. This cookbook is chock full of family-friendly recipes that are simple to make and use real ingredients that you’re likely to have on hand. By Daniella Silver with Norene Gilletz
2) Heavenprints: New from Sara Yocheved Rigler, best-selling author of Holy Woman, Heavenprints features stories of finding Hashem in our lives, and living our lives with Hashem.
3) From Me to We: This new release is a must-have for every new kallah or newlywed. Featuring stories, inspiration and practical strategies for building up your relationship in the first year of marriage…and beyond. By Shifrah Devorah Witt
4) I Have an Amazing Story for You! Rabbi Nachman Seltzer is one of the most well known and popular story-tellers in today’s world, and in this new release, he shares some of his most amazing, astonishing and unbelievable – but completely true! – stories.
5) Wisdom for Living: The Gross Family Edition: The weekly Parashah shiurim of Rav Noach Weinberg zt”l, visionary founder of Aish Hatorah, were legendary. Now they’re available in book form, transcribed by his loyal students, Rabbis Nechemia and Yitzchak Coopersmith.
6) The ArtScroll Children’s Pirkei Avos The Jaffa Edition: Shmuel Blitz, well-known children’s author, has a special ability to present important concepts, ideas and texts on a level that children can understand and appreciate. In this new volume, he helps your children understand the important words and lessons of Pirkei Avos. Illustrated by Chani Judowitz
Giveaway is over. Congratulations to our winner, Dena Rechnitz.
To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment on this post telling us which of these amazing new titles you’d like to win. Giveaway ends on Wednesday, June 17th at 11:59 pm eastern time.
Don’t forget: ArtScroll’s June Sale continues: Click here to save 20% on all books!
**Giveaway ends on Wednesday, June 17th at 11:59 pm eastern time. One winner will receive the new book of their choice. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person. All discounts off of list price. Sale ends 6/24/15.
With just under two weeks left to ArtScroll’s Big Set Sale, we have another great set to giveaway to one of our loyal readers!
Didn’t win our first giveaway? Don’t worry, we have another chance for you to win.
Our second set giveaway is for Rabbi Berel Wein’s amazing history set: Jewish History: A Trilogy. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for your chance to win this set.
World renowned historian and lecturer, Rabbi Berel Wein, paints a panoramic picture of our people from the Classical Era (350 BCE) through the Modern Era, from the end of the First Temple Era, through Cossack pogroms, from the rise of the Chassidic movement, to the rebirth of Torah in America. This Slipcased Gift Edition includes the compact (7″x9″) edition of three best-selling titles: Echoes of Glory, Herald of Destiny, and Triumph of Survival.
Shop this set, and over 50 additional best-selling sets and save 30% off the list price! Hurry, this once-a-year sale ends on 5/19/15!
Don’t forget: all ArtScroll.com orders over $49 ship free within the USA!
Giveaway is over! Congrats to our winner, Joseph.
Enter to win: Leave a comment on this post about which ArtScroll set is on your wishlist. Note: This is the second of a couple of Set-Sale giveaways, so keep visiting The Official ArtScroll Blog to make sure you don’t miss any of your chances to win! **Giveaway ends at 11:59 pm eastern time on Monday, May 11th. One winner will receive the complete set of Jewish History: A Trilogy. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Winner will have 48 hours to answer or another winner will be chosen. Limit one entry per person.
We’re gearing up for Purim here at ArtScroll, and we’re giving away a selection of Purim titles and gifts for everyone in your family!
ArtScroll’s extensive selection of Purim titles includes megillos for both adults and children, Purim reading and stories, halachic guides, and even Purim themed judaica and mishloach manos items. Make sure to shop now in order to get everything in time for Purim, then scroll down for your chance to win our ultimate Purim gift basket!
The Ultimate Purim Gift Basket Giveaway!
Included in this giveaway:
Esther: The Megillah: This is the sefer that launched what was to become ArtScroll. This ground-breaking sefer contains the text of the megillah, English translation, and commentary from 2000 years of talmudic and rabbinic sources.
Let My Nation Live: Learn and understand the Purim story as never before with this fascinating book. While it reads like a story, this book is filled with carefully researched facts based on Talmudic and Medrashic sources. Download a sample chapter here.
The Family Megillah: x2!! This easy-to-follow edition of Megillas Esther provides the text, translation and short commentary – all in a compact sefer. All of the adults in your family will want to use one of these, so it’s a good thing the winner will be getting two of them!
Halachic Handbook: The Laws of Purim: This pocket-sized sefer contains a clear and concise summary of the laws of Purim in an easy-to-follow, readable format.
The ArtScroll Children’s Megillah: In this edition of Megillas Esther, made especially for children, renowned children’s author, Shmuel Blitz, presents the story of Esther – and its lessons – in a thrilling and exciting manner. This is a great way for your children to learn the Purim story!
Purim Cookie Cutters: ArtScroll carries a full line of Judaica for all seasons and Purim is no exception. With fun paper-goods, mishloach manos gift boxes and lots more, ArtScroll.com is your one-stop-shop for all things Purim! These Purim shaped cookie cutters will make it easy to create adorable Purim-themed cookies!
Purim Confetti: This confetti comes in an assortment of Purim shapes and will make your Purim celebrations a whole lot more fun!
To enter the giveaway for all of the above items in ArtScroll’s Ultimate Purim Package: Leave a comment on this post letting us know that you would like to win!
Giveaway now closed! Check back soon for the winner!
**Giveaway ends on Wednesday, February 25th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Winner will receive one copy of Esther: The Megillah, one copy of Halachic Handbook: The Laws of Purim, one copy of The ArtScroll Children’s Megillah, one copy of Let My Nation Live, two copies of The Family Megillah, one set of Purim Cookie Cutters and one package of Purim Confetti. Prize does not include food and baskets. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person.
If you have little boys in your life – whether it’s a son, grandson, nephew, or anyone else – you’re probably very familiar with the concept of the disappearing yarmulka. Rivke Gerstenblit, seasoned writer and mother-of-boys decided to do something about the problem. Her new children’s book, Baruch and His Disappearing Yarmulka, tackles this challenge and teaches an easy solution in a fun way.
Rivke sat down with The Official ArtScroll blog to discuss her new book. Scroll passed the interview for your chance to win a free copy!
What made you think of the idea for Baruch and His Disappearing Yarmulke?
My three-year-old kept losing his yarmulke. I just put myself into his head; with and without yarmulke. After I wrote the book, I had two more boys and they also constantly lost their yarmulkes. It seems to be a universal problem.
How long did it take you to write this book?
Writing the initial book took very little time. Probably less than an hour. The best material I have written comes to me quickly. If I have to work on the initial draft too long, then the final work is just not as good. Perfecting the rhythm and obsessing over word choices took years. Not continuously, but I would go back to it and make small changes. I was quite busy with other things — like raising the children — and had no sense of urgency. There were years that I didn’t even look at it.
What made you decide to finally submit your manuscript?
My family, especially my parents, would always ask me when I was going to do something with my yarmulke book. And I always answered with some variation of “One day….” I don’t really know what I was waiting for. Then someone asked me about it in front of my ten year old daughter and she asked, “what book?!” So I read it to her and she started asking me (quite often) to submit it to a publisher. She was pretty persistent. I finally bit the bullet.
When and how did you get started as a writer?
When I was about five my older sister was putting me to bed and I suddenly recited the following rhyme, “I wash the windows, I wash the floors, and on the way I shut the doors.” That was my first piece. I passed my friend so many humorous (or so I thought) poems during class in that after graduation she gave me a booklet she had made of them. I started writing for a local magazine about six years ago, and shortly after that I started writing for Binah magazine. Between my cleaning poem and my professional writing career, I’ve been writing my entire life.
Why is the name of the main character Baruch?
My three-year-old son Baruch inspired this book. This just happened to be fourteen years ago. Baruch is currently seventeen,kein ayin hara.
Have you gotten any feedback on your book from readers?
My family and friends are always sending me pictures of their children reading the book. I love getting those pictures. I love when people tell me they go through the same thing with their sons and they needed a book just like this, and I love getting excited calls and texts from people I know. The support is amazing. I didn’t expect it. I didn’t think it would be a big deal for anyone other than myself, but I see that it is. I feel so touched hearing how much people enjoy my book.
What’s next? Any new books on the horizon?
My second children’s book about bedtime is scheduled for an upcoming release by ArtScroll – stay tuned for details and the release date!
To enter the giveaway for a copy of Baruch and His Disappearing Yarmulke:
Leave a comment on this post letting us know that you would like to win!
**Giveaway ends on Monday, February 9th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Winner will receive one copy of Baruch and His Disappearing Yarmulke. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via email. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person.
Scroll to the bottom of this post for your chance to win one of ArtScroll’s popular new releases! Chanukah is just over a week away, and now’s the time to shop for chanukah gifts for your whole family! With ArtScroll’s … Continue reading
With so many exciting new releases, it’s hard for us to choose which book to giveaway next. So we decided to let you choose!
Would you like to win:
1) Life In the Balance – The father-son team that authored this groundbreaking book consists of a well respected rabbi and a world-renowned psychologist. Together they present a refreshing view on life – and how to improve yours – drawing from the timeless wisdom of the Torah and the timely wisdom of modern psychology.
2) Living Emunah – Why do thousands of people tune in to listen to Rabbi David Ashear’s lectures on Emunah? Probably because they teach their readers how to live a worry free life. Who wouldn’t want that? You can experience the tranquility and peace that comes along with learning Emunah too…and this book will show you how.
3) We’re All In This Together – Rabbi Yissocher Frand is one of our generations most respected and sought-after lecturers and authors, and for good reason. His clear reasoning, his powerful way of presenting his ideas, his stories and humor – they’re all a part of why tens of thousands of people have been inspired by Rabbi Frand’s lessons. Now those lessons are presented in book form, with essays on timely topics related to the challenges that all of us face.
4) Let There Be Rain – With his Ohr Naava women’s learning center, Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein has transformed the landscape of torah for women. And now he’s joined forces with one of today’s best-selling Torah authors, Rabbi Shimon Finkelman, to transform your life with a unique perspective on gratitude. Conveniently arranged for daily study, this is a book that will change your life.
Giveaway is over! Congratulations to Edwin Maltzman on winning Living Emunah!
So which one do you want? Tell us for your chance to win!
To enter the giveaway: Comment on this post letting us know which of these new books you would like to win. One winner will be chosen at random and we will send them the book of their choice. **Giveaway ends on Monday, September 22nd at 11:59 pm eastern time. Prize can be shipped within the USA. Winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per person.
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What better time of year is there to focus on doing mitzvos bein adam lechaveiro, good deeds between man and his friend, than during the three weeks and leading up to Tisha B’av?
Our sages teach us that the Bais HaMikdash, our holy Temple, was destroyed due to baseless hatred between Jews. Thus, these three weeks of mourning the destruction of the Bais HaMikdash are an excellent time to bridge the gap between fellow Jews by going out of your way to do good deeds for another person. Sometimes an action which only takes a minute or two of your time can make a person’s day.
Stop and think to yourself. What can you do to make someone else’s life better? How can you improve the life of your friend? What do you have to give that could be of service to another person? Everyone has something they can do or something they can give, that will help bring the Beis HaMikdash closer. So make your mitzvos a priority this week, and then come back and tell us about it.
While the reward you get for doing a mitzvah is definitely enough of an incentive, we want to hear about your good deeds so that it can inspire others to do more mitzvos as well. One of our readers will get an extra reward: a $100 eGift Card to ArtScroll.com!
To enter the giveaway for a $100 eGift Card:
Comment on this post telling us: What mitzvah (good deed) have you done for another person? You can enter daily for extra chances to win!
**Giveaway ends on Sunday, July 27th at 11:59 pm eastern time. Winner will receive a $100 eGift Card to spend at ArtScroll.com. Prize will be sent via email. Winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. Valid email address must be provided to claim prize. Limit one entry per day per person.