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Popular lifestyle blogger Raizy Fried grew up in a traditional Hungarian-Chassidishe home, where she learned to glorify the Shabbos through elegance, beauty — and (of course) fabulous, heimishe food. Now, as a busy wife and mother, Raizy shares her...
An exciting journey through the life of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Kids comics. 1 volume
Complete set of the highly acclaimed, classic Talks and Tales Series.
One of the lucky winners of the Sweepstakes Collection will be given the opportunity to fill their bookshelves with 70 Seforim of their choosing! Nigleh, Halacha, Chassidus - what would you choose?
Lightpoints from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the weekly Torah portion Lightpoints is a collection of uplifting, authentic and concise insights from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on the Torah. These meticulously selected...
One of the lucky winners of the Sweepstakes Collection will walk away with 70 children's books! Go on a seforim shopping spree, without worrying about the bill, and treat your children to a library filled with hours of entertainment and adventure.
120 exciting tales of remarkable Jewish personalities in far away places and times long ago. From Jerusalem to Vilna, Yemen to Vitebsk, accounts of miracles and faith are related in a way that will entertain and stimulate young minds.
This engaging book teaches children the importance of each and every person and how precious their mitzvos are to Hashem.