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A profound and meaningful addition to the Passover seder, this unique Haggadah showcases the inherent respect for religious diversity in American society, and is a moving and timely tribute to the values of freedom and liberty.
A conversational and engaging book which tackles topics which young people wouldn`t usually ask their Rabbis such as, ``are the stories in the Bible true?`` This book illuminates the wisdom of the Jewish tradition in a way that’s informative, inspiring - and fun.
Once upon a time a poor unfortunate man lived with his mother, his wife, and his six children in a one-room hut.
Because they were so crowded, the children often fought and the man and his wife argued.
From one of Israel’s most acclaimed writers comes a novel of extraordinary power about family life—the greatest human drama—and the cost of war.
Modern Jewish liturgical music for Shabbat and beyond. Experience a stunning blend of prayer and song; lush vocals, acoustic guitar, and beautiful instrumentation.
When Patricia's Great-Gramma Anna came to America as a child, the only things she brought along from Russia were her dress and the babushka she liked to throw up into the air when she was dancing.
Born into slavery, adopted as an infant by a princess, and raised in the palace of mighty Pharaoh, Moses struggles to define himself.