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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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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Author of Bestselling The Life-Transforming Diet as Guest Blogger!

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Acclaimed author David Zulberg is an ACE-certified fitness specialist and health coach, and is considered one of the foremost experts in Maimonides’ medical works. He turned to the forgotten wisdom of Maimonides to find consensus about ideal human nutrition, and both emotional and … Continue reading

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Bringing the Torah Portion to Life – with a Mashal Tov!

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There are many books relating to the weekly parashah that aim to interpret and draw lessons from the stories and characters in the Torah. Mashal Tov! by Rabbi Yeshaya Greenberger is unique in that it brings Torah lessons through parables based … Continue reading

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The Story Behind Shemirat Shabbat by Rabbi Yehoshua Neuwirth z”l

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There is a very sweet article about Rav Neuwirth z”l on the Jewish Mom blog. It is worth reading.  A highlight: The author explains that upon hearing of the Rav’s death this week  “I was hard-pressed to think of any … Continue reading

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More Staff Picks for Children’s Sale…

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Another Feldheim staff member has suggested some titles currently on sale: “Coming on the heels of Yom Tov, my pick is ‘Round & Round the Jewish Year’.    Even my big ones will pick it up if it is lying around … Continue reading

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A Taste of Challah – Talking with author Tamar Ansh

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Excerpted with permission from A Taste of Challah by Tamar Ansh It is a fact that everyone loves challah (there are probably studies that prove this!).  For many, Tamar Ansh, author of the bestselling A Taste of Challah, is a guide … Continue reading

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