How do you react when your reality doesn’t conform to your needs?
Despite vast differences in age, personality, and background, Naama, Tzippi, Bracha, and Malky have depended on their friendship to help them navigate the hills and valleys of their lives, as they struggle with the challenges of perfectionism, financial pressures, and the perplexities of motherhood. Then suddenly, the foundations of their friendship are undermined by a single act of thoughtlessness—and nothing about their relationship is black and white anymore…
Do rainy days find you bored, with nothing at all to do? Then you’ll discover this book to be just right for you! It’s never a good thing, as everyone’s favorite Uncle Izzy explains, To sit and do nothing and just kvetch and complain. There are so many activities you can do each and every day— So why not stop being bored and get started on them right away? From playing dress-up and doing exercise to making your own band, Uncle Izzy sure knows how to keep you busy if you follow his command! So go ahead, open this book, and let the fun begin… With Uncle Izzy leading the way, you won’t be bored again!
In this charming, rhyming book—written in a most kosher and refined way—your child will learn all about using the toilet by him- or herself. Adorable illustrations bring the text—and especially the endearing characters—to life, and after reading the book a few times, your child, too, will be “stopping what he’s doing and zooming zippity-zip, to the bathroom like a rocket ship” in order to stay dry!
When Alisa Klein marries Reuven Frank and moves to Bnei Brak, the two begin to embark on a new life together. Even the urgent pre-wedding concerns of Reuven’s mother do not mar his happiness and enthusiasm.
In just a short time, though, Reuven begins to realize that there are cracks beneath the surface of Alisa’s porcelain façade. Her parents have long lived under the cover of outward appearances, belying the dysfunction that permeates their home. As the fallout from this lands in his own home, Reuven finds himself caught in a web of lies, confusion and a complex family drama that leads him to doubt himself and the girl he has married.
Who is the real Alisa and why is it so hard for her to tell the truth?
While trying to extract facts from fantasy, Reuven is forced to face reality and question whether the bright future he so eagerly anticipated is attainable after all, or just a wistful dream.
by Batya Ruddell
INSIDE THIS LARGE-FORMAT BOOK, we will take you on a spectacular journey around the globe, as we travel through jungles, forests, mountains, deserts, and the open fields to explore the wonders and design of thirty-five different members of the animal kingdom. Besides enjoying the incredible photos, you will learn fascinating facts and interesting insights into Hashem’s amazing creatures. If you love animals, and want to marvel at Hashem’s creation, this book is for you!
She’s journeyed halfway across the world to marry a man she’s never met. Eighteen-year-old Gella Drozdinski arrives on the foreign plains of North Dakota afire with hope for a new life of happiness… only to find her new family haunted by sudden tragedy. As the seasons turn and change, she and the Rvorskys struggle to bridge past and present, laying old fears and secrets to rest even as an uncertain future looms. But when the daily toil of prairie life devolves into a fight for their very survival, the Rvorskys must reach beyond the limits of endurance for what might be their last, heartbreaking chance at redemption. Presented at last in novel format, the beloved story serialized in Binah Magazine now brims with over 250 pages of behind-the-scenes features and bonus historical content, including rare photos, documents, and a collection of fully annotated memoirs, as well as the previously published tie-in story Clandestined and prologue and epilogue vignettes. By Etka Gitel Schwartz
In The Rebbetzin Loved Me, you will read about the story of young Batsheva growing up in Meah She’arim in the home of Rav and Rebbetzin Elyashiv, and how she became the legendary Rebbetzin Kanievsky, wife of the gaon Rav Chaim Kanievsky shlit”a. You will read about the thousands of people whose lives she affected, about the yeshuos she helped bring about for them, about the souls she touched on a daily basis. Read about her great heart, her concern for each Jew…and why each and every person who crossed her path truly felt: The Rebbetzin Loved Me by: Sarah Leon