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Feivel the woodcarver leaves his family in the Old Country and comes to America to make a new life.
Three times a voice comes to Isaac in his dreams and tells him to go to the capital city and look for a treasure under the bridge by the royal palace.
When Peter & Ellen enter your home through this recording you are guaranteed a delightful Shabbat experience filled with fun, engaging, contemplative, and educational songs! These 16 easy to learn original English and Hebrew songs will add a new dimension to the spirituality of your home and worship experiences.
"The year was 1980. Fifty-two Americans were being held hostage in Iran and President Carter's efforts to rescue them were not successful...
Thirty-six stories by the Nobel Prize winner, including some of his most famous such as "Zlateh the Goat," "Mazel and Shlimazel," and "The Fools of Chelm and the Stupid Carp.
When Bruno returns home from school one day, he discovers that his belongings are being packed in crates. His father has received a promotion and the family must move from their home to a new house far far away, where there is no one to play with and nothing to do.
Rabbi Harvey’s First Book-Length Adventure and Toughest Challenge
In his colorful career on the Rocky Mountain frontier, Rabbi Harvey has matched wits with a variety of villains—most notably the sweet-faced “Bad Bubbe” Bloom, and the self-proclaimed genius “Big Milt” Wasserman.
In this follow-up to the popular The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey: A Graphic Novel of Jewish Wisdom and Wit in the Wild West, the Rabbi returns to the streets of Elk Spring, Colorado.
Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. Jewish and American folklore are combined in this witty and original collection of comic Jewish folktales creatively retold and set on the western frontier of the 1870s.
Instrumental only version of traditional Jewish songs as well as brand new music. Easy meditative listening.
The Cannonball Adderley Sextet perform selections from the hit Broadway show, Fiddler on the Roof.
At once a gripping whodunit, a love story, an homage to 1940s noir, and an exploration of the mysteries of exile and redemption in the Jewish refugee state of Sitka, Alaska, The Yiddish Policemen's Union is a novel only Michael Chabon could have written.
A birthday-party magician whose hat tricks end in horror and gore; a girl parented by a major household appliance; the possessor of the lowest IQ in the Mossad—such are the denizens of Etgar Keret’s dark and fertile mind.