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What does it mean to fight an ethical war? This has become an essential question as...

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What makes a belief or a lifestyle rational? How much evidence do you needbefore deciding to...

As the rabbi of a Sephardic synagogue for over twenty years, Rabbi Haim Jachter, who is...

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Dialogues of Love and Fear is a work of imagination and insight that addresses fraught issues...


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Abraham

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A fascinating look at Abraham, the founder of the Israelite nation, and largely considered the originator...

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This book is a collection of hasidic gatherings, hitva’aduyot, with Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz. The reader...


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Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1966, SY Agnon is the towering genius of modern...

In time for the 50th anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize to SY Agnon...

A personal account of twentieth-century Jewish history, Balaam’s Prophecy tells the story of Naphtali Lau-Lavie, a...

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz – renowned scholar, philosopher and spiritual guide – here reveals the essence of...


Aaron Waldman

Aaron Waldman is a translator who was born in Tianjin, China and made aliya in 2015. He is a Torah scholar and calligrapher based in Haifa, Israel.

This unique new edition of Tehillim (Psalms) features the original Hebrew text with Chinese translation in...


Adam S. Cohen

Dr. Adam S. Cohen is Associate Professor in the Department of the History of Art at the University of Toronto, where he has served as the Assistant Director of the university’s Centre for Jewish Studies and has introduced courses on Jewish art. Originally from New York, Adam attended Columbia University as an undergraduate and then completed his Ph.D. at The Johns Hopkins University in 1995. He has worked in the Manuscripts Department at the J. Paul Getty Museum and taught at numerous institutions; he has been a visiting scholar at the Hebrew University and a research fellow at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies in Jerusalem. The author of numerous articles and books, including the forthcoming Art and Architecture of the Middle Ages, Adam’s research interests focus on many aspects of medieval illuminated manuscripts, including the use of visual culture in the construction of identity and as a tool in Christian-Jewish polemics. With Linda Safran, he is the current editor of Gesta, the biannual journal of the International Center of Medieval Art.

No book in Jewish history has been illustrated more often than the Passover haggada. Signs and...


Aharon Appelfeld

Aharon Appelfeld is one of Israel's foremost living Hebrew-language authors, despite the fact that he did not learn the language until he was a teenager. His mother tongue is German, but he also understands Yiddish, Ukrainian, Russian, English and Italian. With his subject matter revolving around the Holocaust and the sufferings of the Jews in Europe, he could not bring himself to write in German. He chose Hebrew as his literary vehicle for its succinctness and biblical imagery.

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A Table for One is a memoir of Aharon Appelfeld’s city, Jerusalem. It brings forth an...


Ahron Horovitz

Ahron Horovitz is the director of the City of David Institute for Jerusalem Studies and head of Israel's Ministry of Tourism School for Tour Guides - Derech Eretz. He resides in the City of David with his wife Esther and their six children.

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Discovering the City of David brings the wealth of finds and detailed research of ancient Jerusalem...

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Alaa Al Aswany


For Sivan Rahav-Meir, the Torah is a fountain of wisdom for relationships, education, government, finances, self-growth,...

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Amit Segal

Amit Segal is the chief political correspondent and commentator for Channel 12 News, Israel's most popular and influential news outlet, and for Yediot Achronot, the country’s best-selling newspaper.  In his military service, he worked as a media and parliamentary correspondent for IDF (military) Radio. In 2006 he joined Channel 2 as a parliamentary correspondent. In 2009-2010 he worked as their London correspondent. He hosts a popular weekly talk show on IDF Radio and on Reshet Bet.

He has a bachelor's degree in law from the Hebrew University and an MSc in Public policy from University College London. Recently he started working on his PhD thesis in the Hebrew University, researching the subject of prisoner- swap deals in Israel.

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Ani Tefilla

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The Koren Ani Tefilla Weekday Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring high...

The Koren Ani Tefilla Weekday Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring high...


Ariel Augenbraun Blacher

Ariel Blacher and her family made Aliyah from Riverdale, N.Y., in 2006, with the help of Nefesh b'Nefesh.

Gila Makes Aliyah is Blacher’s first book. The author drew upon her own family’s Aliyah experience in the writing of her book, in the hope it would assist other families prepare for and experience all the richness of the Aliyah process. Blacher proudly notes that she is the mother of “five extraordinary children who easily adjusted to Israeli life.” The family enjoys life in Israel and have surrounded themselves with “a lifetime supply of great books, laughter and adventure.” 


Asael Lubotzky

Asael Lubotzky was born in Jerusalem in 1983 and grew up in the town of Efrat. He studied at the Hesder Yeshiva in Ma’ale Adumim, before enlisting in the IDF, where he served as platoon commander in the Fifty-First Battalion of the Golani Brigade. Lubotzky led his troops fighting in Gaza and Lebanon, until his severe injury in the Second Lebanon War. Following a lengthy and difficult rehabilita­tion, he took up studies at the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School, and today works as a physician at Shaare Zedek Medical Center Jerusalem. In addition, Lubotzky addresses IDF units, as well as groups from Israel and abroad, on the subjects of Zionism, cour­age, and fortitude. He lives in Jerusalem, is married to Avital, and has three children.

Asael Lubotzky was a young IDF commander during the Second Lebanon War. Leading his troops into...



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The Koren Ani Tefilla Shabbat Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring high...

The Koren Ani Tefilla Shabbat Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring high...

The Koren Ani Tefilla Camp Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring teen...


Avi Rath

Avi Rat h is an Israeli author, educator, and media figure. He presented the weekly parashat shavua program on Israel’s Channel 1, edited the Israeli Talmud series, and has taught Judaism, history, and education in several institutions. Rath is director of community strategies at Medison Pharma, and a regular contributor to a number of local publications.

Even during his lifetime, Rabbi Shlomo Goren (1917–1994) stood as an exemplar of rabbinic leadership, a...


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BeMidbar

Some of the best parasha commentaries for safer BeMidbar from authors including Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz, Dr. Erica Brown, Rabbi Shalom Rosner, and many more!

For Sivan Rahav-Meir, the Torah is a fountain of wisdom for relationships, education, government, finances, self-growth,...

The foundational text of Judaism, the Five Books of Moses, has been read, studied, and interpreted...

The thirst for spirituality and meaning is a defining characteristic of our times. A societal shift...

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Cantor Moshe Kraus

This memoir captures the astounding life of the hazan, teacher, sage, and storyteller the world knows as...


Celebrating Israel

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz – renowned scholar, philosopher and spiritual guide – here reveals the essence of...

For the Sake of Zion is a wonderful road map to one of the great journeys...

Nominated for the 2018 Middle East Book Award! Inspired by the true story of hundreds of...

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Chaim Grade

Chaim Grade ranks among the most important Yiddish writers of the post-Holocaust period. His unsentimental depictions of rabbinic high culture and life on the Jewish streets of Vilna both describe memorable characters drawn from different strata of society, and dramatize the contest of ideas and moral impulses that defined his community in the interwar period. Though today Grade is best remembered for the richness of his prose, he is also the author of nine volumes of poetry.

This story is a classic of modern Jewish literature and modern Jewish thought. Since its appearance...


Chaim H. Schimmel

Chaim H. Schimmel is a musmach as well as a law graduate. He has practiced law in the city of London for many years and has been concerned with Jewish education throughout his adult life. He was chairman of the London Yeshiva Etz Chaim, of the Choveve Torah organization (jointly with Prof. Cyril Domb, F.R.S.), and of the Yeshiva stream of Hasmonean School. He was the founder and Rosh Kollel of the Golders Green Kollel Ba’alei Batim – at the time a novel concept, in which professionals and businessmen devote part of the morning to Talmud studies.

In 2015 he and his wife Anna made Aliyah to Israel and settled in Katamon, Jerusalem. In 2017 he founded The Katamon Kollel and Beit Midrash – Yad Binyamin, where over one hundred working ba’alei batim and students of all ages and affiliations, both Charedi and Dati Leumi, spend some hours daily in the study of Torha. He co-edited Encounter: Essays on Torah and Modern Life.

The Oral Law

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Since the Torah was given to all of Am Yisrael at Sinai, how did disputes as...


Chaim Natan Firszt

Chaim Natan Firszt was born in Israel and at a young age moved with his family to Montreal, Canada. In Montreal, he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Concordia University, followed by a Teaching Diploma in English and a Master of Education Degree from McGill University.

During his years of teaching in Montreal, the author learned Torah with the Rosh Yeshiva of Belz. The Torah learning became the inspiration for a series of five illustrated and captioned books based on the weekly Torah readings. Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung, z”tl, the Chief Rabbi of Montreal at the time, wrote an approbation for the books. Years later, in Israel, Rabbi Moshe Halbershtam, z”tl, who was then a Dayan of the Beis Din of the Eidah Charedis Yerushalayim, wrote an additional approbation for the books.


Chana Bracha Siegelbaum

Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum, a native of Denmark, is founder and director of Midreshet B'erot Bat Ayin: Holistic Torah for Women on the Land. She holds a Bachelor of Education in Bible and Jewish Philosophy from Michlala Jerusalem College for Women, and a Masters of Art in Jewish History from Touro College. Rebbetzin Chana Bracha creates curricula emphasizing women's spiritual empowerment through traditional Torah values. In 2010 she published her first book, Women at the Crossroads: A Woman’s Perspective on the Weekly Torah Portion. Her second book, Ruth: Gleaning the Fallen Sparks was published in 2012, and her third book, The Seven Fruits of the Land of Israel, was published by Menorah Books in 2014. The Rebbetzin also practices EmunaHealing as a gifted spiritual healer through Emunah, tefilah and energy work. Chana Bracha has a married son and several granddaughters, and lives with her husband and younger son on the Land of the Judean Hills, Israel.

Rebbetzin Siegelbaum takes you on a journey of the Holy Land through the Seven Species identified...


Children's Siddurim

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This practical and helpful guide offers in-depth explanations of every educational element found on each page...

This practical and helpful guide offers in-depth explanations of every educational element found on each page...

This colorful, illustrated siddur makes tefillot fun and accessible for children aged 3-6. Created with the...


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The Classic Three Festivals Mahzor honors the pilgrimage festivals – Pesah, Shavuot and Sukkot – in...

The Classic Three Festivals Mahzor honors the pilgrimage festivals – Pesah, Shavuot and Sukkot – in classic...

The Classic Three Festivals Mahzor honors the pilgrimage festivals – Pesah, Shavuot and Sukkot – in classic...


Classic Works

This anthology brings together the most important works of three Jewish philosophers of the Middle Ages....

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The Jews have ever been a people molded by the written word. It is no coincidence,...

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Commentary

The Erez Series, A Concise Guide to Mahshava contains an anthology of passages that address profound...

Rabbinic literature is called the “Oral Law,” because it is not found in the text of...

Abraham

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A fascinating look at Abraham, the founder of the Israelite nation, and largely considered the originator...

Ecclesiastes

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Ecclesiastes (in Hebrew, Kohelet) has long been viewed as the great existential work of the Hebrew...



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The Koren Ani Tefilla Weekday Siddur is an engaging and thought-provoking siddur for the inquiring high...

Based on the extremely popular Koren Sacks Siddur, the Koren Shalem Siddur is a new, enhanced siddur that includes...


Contemporary Halakha

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Abortion, stem-cell research, conversion standards, female rabbis, DNA testing, animal cruelty, civil marriages in Israel. While...

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Covenant & Conversation

When did Rosh HaShana, the anniversary of creation, become a day of judgment? How does Yom...

Includes all 11 volumes. If you would like to select individual volumes instead, you may do so below....

This collection makes Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ brilliant essays on the weekly Torah portion available in book...

This collection makes Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ brilliant essays on the weekly Torah portion available in book...


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Dan Miron

Dan Miron offers nine insightful essays on the development of modern Hebrew literature in The Prophetic...


Daniel Chertoff

Daniel Chertoff worked in the investment industry in both the United States and Israel as an analyst, as financial communications counsel, and as a venture capitalist. Before discovering the cache of letters, he was happily writing his doctoral dissertation in English literature at the Hebrew University. He is an associate editor of Partial Answers, an academic journal of literature and the history of ideas. Daniel and his wife, Arlene, live in Jerusalem.

Mordecai Chertoff came to Palestine in 1947 as a twenty-five-year-old, determined to make his contribution to...


Daniel Retter

Daniel Retter studied Talmud under the Mattesdorfer Rav z’l, and his son in law Rav Binyomin Paler z’l and teaches a daily Daf Yomi class at the Young Israel of Riverdale, NY since 1989. Mr. Retter practices international business, real estate, and immigration law, as counsel to Herrick Feinstein, LLP, in New York City.

Available in both Hebrew and English editions, HaMafteach® includes approximately 7,700 main entries, 29,000 sub-entries, 45,000...


Daniel Rogov

Daniel Rogov (pen name of David Joroff ) (1935 - 2011) was born in Brooklyn New York and grew up in Borough Park. After graduating from high school in the early 1960s, he moved to Paris. He began his career writing food and wine articles for American magazines and newspapers. In December 1976, he moved to Israel and wrote book and restaurant reviews for the Jerusalem Post. In 1984 he started contributing to Haaretz newspaper and had a weekly column on food and restaurants, and later on a weekly column on wine as well. In 2010 Rogov retired from his function as restaurant critic of Haaretz but continued to write about wine until his death.

He was Israel's most influential wine critic.


David Berger

David Berger is Ruth and I. Lewis Gor­don Professor of Jewish History and Dean at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University.

The issue of Judaism’s relationship to wisdom derived from non-Jewish sources has been one of the...


David Curwin

DAVID CURWIN is an independent scholar who has researched and published widely on Bible, Jewish thought and philosophy, and Hebrew language. His writings, both academic and popular, have appeared in periodicals such as Tradition, Hakirah, and Jewish Bible Quarterly, and he blogs about language topics at Balashon.com. Curwin studied at Yeshivat HaKibbutz HaDati and currently works as a technical writer in the software industry. Born in Massachusetts, he has lived in Rochester, New York, and San Francisco, but has made his home in Israel since 1996. He resides in Efrat with his wife and family. Kohelet: A Map to Eden is his first book.

Of the five megillot in the Tanakh, only Kohelet does not describe a historical event or...


David L. Sachs

David L. Sachs received his B.S. in mechanical engineering at the University of Maryland. He currently works as an energy engineer at Bright Power Inc. specializing in building energy efficiency. David also studied at Yeshivat Hamivtar where he discovered his love for Torah learning. He has applied his methodical engineering background to Torah study in creating The Gemara Card.

The Gemara Card is a new innovation for Gemara learners at all levels. Created in partnership...


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Digital Edition

The PDF is a digital edition of the large, color edition with side-byside English translation, commentary and learning aids. The Vilna page is not included in the PDF edition.

The Noé Edition Koren Talmud Bavli is more accessible and portable than ever! The PDF edition...

The Noé Edition Koren Talmud Bavli is more accessible and portable than ever! The PDF edition...

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Dov S. Zakheim

Dr. Dov S. Zakheim was Under Secretary of Defense (2001–2004) and Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (1985–87) of the United States. He holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a D.Phil. from St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, and received rabbinic ordination from the Gaon Rabbi Shmuel Walkin. A three-time recipient of the U.S. Department of Defense’s highest civilian award, he is a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. He lectures internationally on American national security issues, Jewish history, and topics in Halakha.

Nehemiah

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Jewish history recognizes Nehemiah as one of the founding fathers of the Second Commonwealth, when the...

A biographical account of Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi (Rabbi Judah the Prince), also known as Rebbe, and...


Dr Avigail Rock

Rabbanit Dr. Avigail (Poupko) Rock (1971–2019) was a prominent lecturer and educator in the field of Tanakh and its exegesis. Dr. Rock received her PhD from the Tanakh department of Bar-Ilan University for her thesis on the biblical exegete R. Yosef ibn Caspi. She was one of the first women licensed as a Rabbinical Advocate and taught at the Institute for Rabbinical Advocates.
Due to her unique skill in deriving inspirational educational messages from literary and exegetical analysis, Dr. Avigail Rock was a sought-after lecturer and a source of inspiration for students all over the world. Her untimely passing at the age of forty-eight left her family and community bereft of her teachings, sage advice, and unfailing good humor.
More about Dr. Avigail Rock and her Torah at avigailrock.com. 

The vast and vibrant world of biblical commentary has, over the generations, shaped not only our...

 Parshanei HaMikra, is a first-of-its-kind book that explores the methodologies of the great commentators of the...


Dr. Assaf Malach

Dr. Assaf Malach is the Stewart Harris Fellow at Ohr Torah Stone’s Beit Midrash for Judaism and Humanity. He is the founding director of the Jewish Statesmanship Center in Jerusalem, head of its Ethics and International Relations Program, Director of the Committee for Citizenship Studies in Israel’s Ministry of Education, and a researcher at the Hartman Institute.


Dr. Bryna Jocheved Levy

Dr. Bryna Jocheved Levy is one of the most esteemed Bible teachers in Israel and throughout the world. She is also a leader in the movement for women's Torah studies, and was the first woman awarded a doctoral degree in Biblical Studies by Yeshiva University. Dr. Levy teaches Bible at Matan: the Women's Institute for Torah Studies in Jerusalem, and Hebrew University's Melton School of Jewish Education. Over the years, Dr. Levy has taught Bible at many well-known institutions, including: Midreshet Moriah, Jerusalem; the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education, Yeshiva University; Michlala-Jerusalem College for Women; Touro College, in the New York and Jerusalem campuses; Yeshiva University High School for Girls, New York; as well as teaching Hebrew Language at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

This Haggada is based on one of the oldest extant haggadot in the world: the Bird's...


Dr. Erica Brown

Dr. Erica Brown is the Vice Provost for Values and Leadership at Yeshiva University and the founding director of its Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks–Herenstein Center for Values and Leadership. She previously served as the director of the Mayberg Center for Jewish Education and Leadership at The George Washington University and as the Scholar-in-Residence for the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston and the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. Brown was a Jerusalem Fellow, an Avi Chai Fellow, the recipient of the 2009 Covenant Award, and is a faculty member of the Wexner Foundation. She has written or co-authored fifteen books on the Hebrew Bible, spirituality, and leadership and has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Tablet, First Things, and The Jewish Review of Books and wrote a monthly column for the New York Jewish Week. She currently serves as a community scholar for Congregation Etz Chaim in Livingston, New Jersey. Brown has interviewed Isaac Herzog, the President of Israel, Madeleine Albright, David Brooks, Jeffrey Goldberg, Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt, David Gregory, Dennis Ross, David Makovsky, Sarah Hurwitz, Ruth Messinger, and Dara Horn, among others. She tweeted on one page of Talmud study a day at DrEricaBrown. Her latest book is Ecclesiastes-Kohelet and the Search for Meaning (Maggid, 2023). She is the proud mother of four children, four in-law children, and five beautiful grandchildren.

 

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Ecclesiastes

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Ecclesiastes (in Hebrew, Kohelet) has long been viewed as the great existential work of the Hebrew...

The Book of Esther takes us to the heart of destiny moments: a beautiful but unlikely...

In In the Narrow Places, Erica Brown, one of the foremost Jewish educators of our time, brings her...

In Jonah: The Reluctant Prophet, Erica Brown takes us on a journey over land and sea,...


Dr. Gabriel H. Cohn

DR. GABRIEL H. COHN is an educator and biblical scholar at Bar Ilan University, specializing in literary exegesis of the Bible and the study of midrashic commentaries. In addition to his scholarly work, Dr. Cohn was the long-time head of Machon Gold, a teacher’s college for women for the Diaspora. Through his teaching and writing, he has contributed significantly to the in-depth study and meaningful understanding of biblical texts. Dr. Cohn has published widely in multiple languages on the subjects of Biblical interpretation, ethics and education, and is the editor of Prayer in Judaism: Continuity and Change and Pirke Nehama, a memorial book on the exegetical work of Prof. Nehama Leibowitz.

The Five Megillot – the Song of Songs, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, and Esther – are among...


Dr. Jeffrey S. Gurock

Jeffrey S. Gurock is the Libby M. Klaperman professor of American Jewish history at Yeshiva University. He is the author or editor of twenty books. His most recent work is The Jews of Harlem: The Rise, Decline and Revival of a Jewish Community (2016).


Dr. Menachem Gottesman

Dr. Menachem Gottesman founded the Mercaz L’Mida Dati (Meled) Learning Center High School in Jerusalem after an extensive career in academia, research in the social sciences, as well as in education, and clinical consultation, both in the U.S. and Israel. After receiving a B.A. in Psychology from Yeshiva University in New York, he completed both an M.A. degree in Education and a Ph.D. in Child Development and Family Relations from Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. Dr. Gottesman made Aliyah to Israel with his wife, Leah, and their three children in 1977, where they later made their home in the community of Efrat, south of Jerusalem,

Not At Risk

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Not At Risk is the story of Jerusalem’s Mercaz L’Mida Dati Learning Center (Meled) as told...


Dr. Mordechai Rotenberg

Professor Mordechai Rotenberg is a professor emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, chair of the Rotenberg Institute for Jewish Psychology, and the author of thirteen books. In 2009, he won the Israel Prize for his pioneering work in the field of Jewish psychology. His works are read worldwide, inspiring educators and therapists to apply the principles of Tzimtzum to their therapeutic methods.

Western psychology often describes relationships – between parent and child, individual and society, man’s physical and...


Dr. Shmuel Harris

Dr. Shmuel Harris is an Australian born psychiatrist who has served as the former head of psychiatric services at Hadassah Mt. Scopus. He is also the founder of Machon Dvir,  a mental health organization servicing the English-speaking community in Israel. Dr. Harris lives in Jerusalem with his wife and five children.

Can someone who is dealing with depression listen to music on Shabbat? From what strictures in...


Dr. Susan Weingarten

DR. SUSAN WEINGARTEN is an archaeologist and historian. She was born in England, studied at Oxford University, and moved to Israel in 1973. After raising five children, she went on to study Classical Archaeology at Tel Aviv University, where she received her PhD. She has worked for many years as part of the research team of the Sir Isaac Wolfson Chair for Jewish Studies, headed by Prof. Aharon Oppenheimer.

As a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Jewish Studies at Tel Aviv University, Dr. Weingarten began to concentrate on the history of Jewish food, more specifically on food in talmudic literature. She has published over forty papers in journals such as the Journal of Jewish Studies, Revue des Études Juives, and Food and History. She received the Sophie Coe Prize in Food History at the 2003 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, and served as a Visiting Scholar at the Oxford University Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies.

Haroset

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This is the first book ever written about haroset, the traditional Passover food. In a captivating...


Dr. Tova Ganzel

DR. TOVA GANZEL is a lecturer in Bible and Halakha at Bar-Ilan University and a certified women’s halakhic advisor (yo’etzet halakha). She holds a PhD in Bible from Bar-Ilan, and is a former director of the university’s Midrasha – Institute for Advanced Torah Studies for Women. A renowned figure in the world of Jewish education, her work is widely published, and she is the recipient of numerous academic awards. Dr. Ganzel lives in Jerusalem with her husband and their seven children.

The prophet Ezekiel speaks from a unique perspective: he resides in Babylonia, yet laments the destruction...


Dr. Yael Ziegler

Dr. Yael Ziegler is a lecturer in Bible at Herzog Academic College and at Matan Jerusalem, and author of Promises to Keep: The Oath in Biblical Narrative. A graduate of Stern College and Bar-Ilan University, she lectures widely in Israel, the United States, Europe, and South Africa. Dr. Ziegler resides in Alon Shevut, Israel, with her husband and their five children.

How do people progress from despair to hope? How does one maintain faith in God’s justice...

Ruth

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In this fluent and penetrating study of the Book of Ruth, Yael Ziegler provides a masterful...

In this fluent and penetrating study of the Book of Ruth, Yael Ziegler provides a masterful...

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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...


Eliaz Cohen

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Hear O lord is the first Hebrew-English collection of poems the gifted, young Israeli poet, Eliaz...


Elliot Jager

Elliot Jager was raised on New York City’s Lower East Side, attended Mesiftha Tiffereth Jerusalem, Brooklyn College, and New York University. He worked as a manager in New York City government before moving to Israel. Jager’s journalism experience includes eleven years as a senior editor at The Jerusalem Post. He was the founding managing editor of Jewish Ideas Daily. Jager now contributes regularly to Newsmax. For over a decade, he was also an adjunct professor of Politics at NYU, Rutgers, Hofstra, Baruch, and Brooklyn College. Jager lives in Jerusalem with his wife Lisa Clayton.



Elyashiv Reichner

Elyashiv Reichner, a resident of the Negev city of Yeruĥam and a graduate of its yeshivat hesder, is a journalist at the newspaper Makor Rishon. His most recent book is The Orange Campaign: The Fight for Gush Katif [Hebrew].

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By Faith Alone chronicles the inspiring life story of Israeli religious and political leader, Rabbi Yehuda...


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Based on the extremely popular Koren Sacks Siddur, the Koren Shalem Siddur is a new, enhanced siddur that includes...

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The siddur exemplifies Koren's traditions of textual accuracy and intuitive graphic design, and offers an illuminating...

For decades, Koren’s combination Siddur-Humash has been a favorite in Israel. For the first time this...


For Sivan Rahav-Meir, the Torah is a fountain of wisdom for relationships, education, government, finances, self-growth,...

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In 2048: The Rejuvenated State, Ambassador Michael Oren sets out his vision for Israel in honor...

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Enya Tamar Keshet

Enya Tamar Keshet was born in Pardes Hanna, Israel, and studied at the Hebrew University and the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem. She works in paper cutting, calligraphy and color illumination enhanced by gold leaf, all hand-crafted on parchment. She has exhibited extensively in Israel and the US, where her Megillot, ketubot, and other art pieces have become valued collectibles.

In Her Voice

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This magnificent collection of 28 prayers recited exclusively by women has been created by a contemporary...


Erez Zadok

Erez Zadok is a comic book artist, illustrator and caricaturist. Erez received his degree in Visual Communications from the worldrenowned Bezalel Academy of Arts in Jerusalem, Israel. Following graduation, Erez gained immediate notice for his Israeli comics publications, Tranquillo and Miko Bel: Master of Potions. Erez and Gorf collaborated with Butch Hartman (“Fairly Odd Parents”, Nickelodeon) to create 3 O’Clock Club, an original comics series published by Lion Forge Comics. Erez produces “Bundle of Joya,” his autobiographical comic strip released weekly on Instagram.

Erez lives in Israel with wife, Lina, and his daughter May Ze’ela. (And Joya, the dog.)

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Ernst Israel Bornstein

Dr. Ernst Israel Bornstein was born in Zawiercie, a city in the Silesian province of southern Poland (60 km from Auschwitz) on the 26 November 1922. He was the oldest of four children. He was educated in Jewish schools and won a national essay prize at the age of fifteen. He was incarcerated in seven concentration camps, enduring the infamous “death march” until finally being liberated by American soldiers near Lake Starnberg in Bavaria on 30 April 1945. Thereafter, he lived in Munich, Germany, studied at the University of Munich graduating as a Dentist (Dr. Med Dent) in 1952 and as a Doctor of Medicine (Dr. Med) in 1958. He practiced as an oral surgeon. He married Renée (née Koenig) on the 20 December 1964 and they had three children, Noemie (Lopian) born August 1966, Muriel (Davis) born July 1967, and Asher Alain born May 1971. Dr. Bornstein died on the 14 August 1978 aged 55.

Dr. Bornstein was the founder of the Association of Ex-Concentration Camp Inmates in Munich, whose chairman he remained until he died, was a member of the executive committee of the Jewish Community in Munich and chairman of the Consortium of Associations of Persecutees in Bavaria. He originally wrote this book, “Die Lange Nacht” (The Long Night) shortly after the War, setting out his Holocaust experiences, whilst his memories were fresh and his feelings raw. This book was originally published in Germany, in 1967.

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Esty Frankel

Esty Frankel-Fersel was born in Crown Heights, Brooklyn NY. She attended Bais Yacov through high school with a year of seminary in Israel. As a young adolescent, Esty joined a local art school where, for the next 15 years, she took instructional classes, learning the skills of copying and reproducing works of art with oil on canvas. She attended Brooklyn College and Wurzweiler School of Social Work earning an MSW. While dealing with daily responsibility and stressors, Esty always found comfort in drawing and painting. In 2006, Esty came up with the idea of adding an image of a family performing the Tashlich ceremony to Monet’s famous “Bridge over a Pond of Water Lillies.” This led to more “converted” paintings and to her ultimate accumulation of over 60 works of art with Jewish twists and Yiddish expressions through the arts – and to the publication of Converted Masters. Esty currently divides her time, residing in both Bala Cynwyd, Philadelphia and West Orange, NJ.


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Adon Olam

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Rabbi Sacks zt”l believed that the primary institution of education in the life of a Jewish child is the family. The Covenant & Conversation and Ceremony & Celebration Family Editions are a resource for parents, families, and educators to enhance intergenerational conversations surrounding the weekly parasha and the hagim.

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Gerald J. Blidstein

Gerald J. Blidstein is Professor Emeri­tus at Ben-Gurion University, where he served as Hubert Professor of Jewish Law and Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. 

The issue of Judaism’s relationship to wisdom derived from non-Jewish sources has been one of the...


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Gershon Shaked

Gershon Shaked (1929–2006) was an Israeli scholar and critic of Hebrew literature. Born Gerhard Mandel in Vienna, Austria, he immigrated to Mandate Palestine alone in 1939, and was later followed by his parents. He attended Gymnasia Herzliya in Tel Aviv. He hebraicized his surname to "Shaked" (almond). He was married to Malka, and had two daughters. In 1950, Shaked studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he earned a doctorate in Hebrew literature in 1964 and later chaired the Department of Hebrew Literature. In addition to his many publications in Hebrew, he also wrote more than thirty books of criticism in other languages.

Gershon Shaked’s history of modern Hebrew fiction traces the emergence and development of a literature “against...


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Gila Fine

Gila Fine is a lecturer of rabbinic literature at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, exploring the tales of the Talmud through philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis, and pop-culture. She serves on the faculties of the Nachshon Project, Amudim Seminary, the Tikvah Scholars Program, and the London School of Jewish Studies, and has taught thousands of students at conferences, campuses, and communities across the Jewish world. As editor in chief of Maggid Books, Gila edited and published over a hundred titles of contemporary Jewish thought, including several bestsellers and eight National Jewish Book Award winners. Her work has been featured in the BBC, Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem Report, Tradition Journal, Jewish News, and The Jewish Chronicle (which selected her as one of the ten most influential Brits in Israel). Haaretz has called her “a young woman on her way to becoming one of the more outstanding Jewish thinkers of the next generation.”

“Gila Fine is one of the great Talmud teachers of our time. It’s vitally important that the Jewish world hear what she has to say.” Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

“A fascinating look at the women who make their own way in the world of the rabbis. Fine masterfully peels away the patriarchal veneer of their stories to reveal their hidden light.” Rabbi Dr. Binyamin Lau

“A dazzling exploration of the portrayal of women throughout history – from Greek mythology to Hollywood movies – bringing the talmudic text to life for the contemporary reader.” Dr. Aliza Lavie

“Gila Fine’s sophisticated use of literary and cultural theory produces novel readings of talmudic stories. Her exquisite prose, profound analysis, and comprehensive knowledge of rabbinic texts make each chapter a delight to read.” Professor Jeffrey Rubenstein

“In The Madwoman in the Rabbi's Attic, Gila Fine uses her considerable creativity, originality, and fine literary skills to elucidate talmudic tales, making them more poignant and meaningful.” Dr. Erica Brown

“An original feminine reading of the Talmud, restoring the lost voices of women to the great Jewish conversation.” Dr. Ruth Calderon

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