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Stories told by the Lubavitcher Rebbe with teachings in Avodas Hashem
The Alter Rebbe would say: To hear Torah from the Rebbe was Torah Shebaal Peh... but hearing the Rebbe tell over a story, this was Torah Shebichsav.
157 pages. H/C. Chabad. Published by: Malchut Haketer
Exciting stories and experiences that happened to the Rebbe's shluchim around the world. The stories provide a glimpse into the world of shlichus and emphasize the supernatural hashgacha pratis that the shluchim merit at all times.
Russia - Eretz Yisroel - Austria - Argentina
H\C, Chabad, 45 pages, 8.5 x 11. Published by: Orot
The biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, takes us on a fascinating journey through the important events in the Rebbe's life. In this book, you will read about his life from birth until he accepted the nesius.
The content of this book has been adapted for children. It is written in a light manner with emphasis on educational lessons. The book offers a fascinating and enjoyable read!
H\C, Chabad, 60 pages, 8.5 x 12. Published by: Orot
Stories of Chazal, culled from Gemora and Medrosh, with lessons in Avodas Hashem, as taught by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
An ocean blocking Reb Pinchas Ben Yair. Thieves steal a box of diamonds worth a fortune. Rabi Chanina Ben Dosa and the massive stone.
H\C, Chabad, 44 pages, 8.5 x 12. Published by: Malchus Haketer
New edition - 45 added pages!
Translated from the Hebrew, Tahara Kahalacha, written by Rabbi Yekusiel Farkash.
Rabbi Farkash, of Jerusalem, Israel, is a prominent halachic authority, and noted author and lecturer—particularly in the laws of Taharas Hamishpachah. He is consulted by well-known Rabbis worldwide, for his expertise in the sensitive, intricate issues related to this mitzvah.
His rulings draw upon a wealth of knowledge, including the many decisions he has personally heard from the great contemporary poskim renowned for their expertise in the laws of Taharas Hamishpacha,namely, R. Shmuel Vozner shlit”a—author of Shevet Halevi, and R. Meir Bransdorfer—author of K’nei Bosem.
Rabbi Yekusiel Farkash’s Hebrew Taharah Kahalachah is one of the foremost authoritative books addressing the laws of Taharas Hamishpachah, and is found in thousands of homes worldwide.
H/C, 395 pages, 6x9, Published by the Author
Miracle stories of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in comic format.
Will it rain at the Lag Baomer Parade? Will the school be punished for opening early? A young girl looses her vision. A dangerous hurricane. A special pair of Tefillin and more.
48 Pages. Chabad. H/C. Published by; Malchus Haketer
The Rebbe referred to him affectionately as mein partisan, and indeed, Reb Zushe tackled each task like a partisan. Although he had no tanks or air force at his disposal—i.e., funds or employees—he dove into each challenge with vigor and perseverance, never deterred by the physical limitations.
During the war, he escaped a labor camp and joined Tuvia Bielsky’s band of partisans, where he remained optimistic and joyful even as their lives were threatened daily. He carried that spirit of determination and persistence with him for the rest of his life. When the war ended, his tribulations did not. He managed to escape from Russia and sneak into Romania. From there he made his way to a DP camp in Italy, and finally to the shores of Eretz Yisroel.
He was among the temimim who fought the missionaries, saving generations of future Yidden. He also opened a much-needed Chabad yeshiva in Lod, educating thousands of children of chassidim and Yemenite immigrant Jews. At the Rebbe’s behest, he co-founded the Reshet Oholei Yosef Yitzchak network of schools, established N’shei Chabad in Israel, distributed sifrei Chassidus to litvishe yeshivos, and moved mountains to establish the village of Kfar Chabad.
Mekushar heart and soul, Reb Zushe devoted his entire life, right until his untimely passing, to fulfilling the Rebbe’s shlichus.
H/C, 336 pages. 6 x 9, Chabad. ISBN 9781945288050. Published by: BSD Publishers
The story of Reb Mendel Futerfas. The Jews he helped escape Russia, and his many years of imprisonment in Siberia.
This comicbook combines drama, suspense and humor together with important chassidic-educational lessons. Read this story for an unforgettable exciting experience!!
H/C, 48 pages, Chabad. Published by: Orot.
Short Stories about the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
In our generation, successful advertisements include just one sentence, a short concise slogan. Why speak at length wen you can make it short? It should be easy and simple for people to accept our messages.
We are confident that this book will be a helpful resource for those who need a short story or an appropriate saying.
S/C. Chabad. 232 Pages. Published by: Orot
An easy-to-read synopsis to understand and review Tanya
Chapter-by-chapter synopsis of Tanya, which enables you to capture the outline of all the 53 chapters. Whether you follow the daily schedule of Chitas or another pattern, the synopsis offers a quick review and a general overview to assist in understanding the Tanya as a whole.
S/C, 4 x 7, Chabad, 168 pages, Published by: BSD Publishers
From a deserted house to a frightening train ride to danger in Paris. Great stories of Chassidim, the challenges they faced, the decisions they made.
This book will help children make the right choice when faced with obstacles.
For the young reader by Mendy Weiss
H/C, 44 full color pages, 8.5 x 12, Published by: BSD Publishers
Stories of the Lubavitcher Rebbe with beautiful illustrations. This book will introduce the young reader to the concept of true Ahavas Yisroel and the Rebbe's concern for the welfare of every Jew.
By renowned author Malka Touger
H/C, Chabad, 9 x 6, 184 full color pages, Published by: BSD Publishers
A tale of strength and hope!
Have you wondered how parents of special needs children cope? What can you say and what can you do to help?
Sara Rivkah Lipsh opens up her heart and draws you in as she traversed difficulties, dilemmas and decision-making in the early years of her special child's life.
S/C, 6 x 9, 132 pages, Published by: BSD Publishers
This heartfelt and uplifting book, recently published by BSD Publishers belongs in every Jewish home. (N’shei Chabad Newsletter)
A fascinating album printed on high quality paper describing all the stages of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's wedding in a short and concise manner, in a light and friendly format. Suitable for the entire family. Great wedding gift!
English / Hebrew
170 Pages. H/C. Chabad. Published by the Author: Rabbi Zalman Hertzel
iBelieve follows a captivating conversation between a brother and sister, Max and Amy, which takes place after Max becomes religiously observant.
They discuss everything from: Is there a G-d? Where is G-d? Free choice, Jewish meditation, Everything is for the best, the Rebbe and much more.
Published by: Idan chadash. Pocket size 4 x 6, Chabad, 190 pages, S/C.
Comic book artist Yishayahu Brill presents the story of the Six Day War from an original perspective.
Experience the tension that preceded the war, the fear and worries that everyone felt, the promise of victory and its miraculous fulfillment that exceeded all expectations; through the eyes of soldiers who fought to protect the Jewish nation in their land.
English, Chabad, H/C, 50 Pages, full color comics, 8.5 x 12
Published by: Malchus Haketer
H/C, 60 full color pages, large illustrations, 12 x 9.5, Chabad
Published by: BSD Publishers
Read about a secret society that set out to repair the rift.
Timeless tales to educate and fascinate today's young readers.
Once Upon a Journey are true stories of hidden tzaddikim, famous leaders and simple Jews based on historical writings of the Frierdiker Rebbe's Memoirs.
H/C, 360 Pages, 6x9, Published By: BSD Publishers
By Fradie Brod
Full color, with pictures
Pages: 80. Published by: BSD Publishers
"This attractive, well written, and heartwarming book, just published, is the perfect gift for every Jewish child"
-Nshei Chabad Newsletter, Kislev 5773
This book tells the facinating stories of Chabad's nine most significant dates. Illustrated by attractive, colorful pictures and easy-to-read text, this book will clearly show you the meaning of Chabad's special days and give the whole family an amazing Chassidic experience.
Hardcover, large - 8 1/2 x 12"
List price $20.00
The gripping saga of a chasidic boy living through the years of Stalinist terror in the Soviet Union.
Yechezkel had only one wish -- to study Torah. But to do this he had to leave his parents` home at a tender age, to wander far and wide through the Soviet Empire, even to be jailed at the age of 14.
Written by Yechezkel Brod
Soft Cover. 224 pages.