Author Archives: Feldheim

ROYAL READING – By Paysach J. Krohn

 Let me state at the outset – the author of the book I am about to review is my daughter in law Mrs. Genendel Krohn of Waterbury, Conn. You may ask, how can this review be objective? Good question; but … Continue reading

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My Friend, the Volcano: An Interview with Author and Educator Rifka Schonfeld. By Moshe Grossman

After seeing tremendous popularity of Rifka Shonfeld’s My Friend, the Bully and My Friend, the Troublemaker books, I was looking forward to her new book My Friend, the Volcano. What new educational adventures would we be able to share with … Continue reading

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A Timely Classic – SHA’AREI TESHUVAH – Now with a Magnificent New English Translation! Reviewed by Avraham Schreiber

In our day, it would seem inconceivable to fully realize what precisely constitutes appropriate vs. inappropriate speech, were it not for the comprehensive works of the Chafetz Chaim, and the manner in which he analyzed and applied the fundamental Torah … Continue reading

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The Observant Jew – All I Need To Know I Learned From My Kindergartner. By Jonathan Gewirtz

There is a common understanding that with age comes wisdom. I’d like to agree and challenge that at the same time. Though I think as we approach “the Golden Years” we achieve a certain amount of wisdom through life experience, … Continue reading

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The Observant Jew – Marketing and Stuff. By Rabbi Jonathan Gewirtz

I am writing this article at the Tire Center at Costco. Not one to waste time, I brought my laptop so you could all join me for the thrilling experience of waiting for my car to be ready. As I … Continue reading

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Book Week Begins Early – Use Code fld20 & Save 20% Off Most English Books!

We love books. It is our passion. So June is an exciting time as it is when “Book Week” is celebrated in Israel (for about a month!). In fact, the Israeli National Library announced recently that 7,863 new books were … Continue reading

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Who was the Ramchal? Honoring the Books & Marking the Death of Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto

Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, more commonly known as the Ramchal, was born in 1707 in Padua, Italy. When he was just a teenager, he had already been recognized as a genius. The Ramchal authored many classic books by the time … Continue reading

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The Fall of Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter and Her 1948 Refugees

Forever My Jerusalem by Puah Shteiner takes readers back 66 years in time to when Jews lived in the Old City of Jerusalem but found themselves under siege.  During Israel’s War of Independence in 1948, the Jordanian army attacked and eventually … Continue reading

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Inspiration for Young Readers from Aharon Margalit

After inspiring tens of thousands of adult readers, the huge bestseller As Long as I Live by Aharon Margalit is now available in a graphic version for younger readers. Entitled Ahrele, it will be a series of books which will tell … Continue reading

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An Interview with Beloved Author Yaffa Ganz

Exciting news for Jewish children (and parents) everywhere!! Many of the beloved Yaffa Ganz titles are being reprinted so that a new generation of kids can enjoy the classics we all grew up on. In anticipation, we jumped on the … Continue reading

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