Sabbath and Festivals

Books pertaining to the Sabbath and Jewish Festivals

  • Sabbath Day of Eternity

    Sabbath Day of Eternity

    The underlying thought and ideology of the Sabbath and a survey of its laws.

    Author : Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan
  • Tishah B’Av

    Tishah B’Av

    The Ninth of Av – On this black day in history, both the First and Second Holy Temples of Jerusalem were destroyed and the surviving Jews brutally sent into exile. Tishah B’Av became a day of repeated tragedies. How was the Jewish nation meant to endure this phase of its history, the stage intended to bring us to the Final Redemption?

    Author :  Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Feuer
  • Yom Kippur

    Yom Kippur

    It is the purpose of this volume to help open up the message of Yom Kippur, for if we can better understand it, we can better achieve the goals it sets forth for us.

    Author :  Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm
  • Rosh Hashanah

    Rosh Hashanah

    The yearnings, hopes and prayers of Rosh Hashanah form the gateway from man to G-d. In this book, a host of these important prayers are explained and illuminated.

    Author : Rabbi Nosson Scherman
  • Chanukah

    Chanukah

    Includes a comprehensive history of the period; Chanah and her seven sons; the story of the Kohen Gadol’s daughter; and the complete candle-lighting service.

    Author :  Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm
  • Succos

    Succos

    The significance of Succos; the lessons of the Four Species; the lessons of leaving a comfortable home for the chill of a flimsy booth.

    Author : Rabbi Hersh Goldwurm
  • Pesach

    Pesach

    The meaning and purpose of Pesach; a fascinating collection of ideas and anecdotes on the Festival of our Freedom and laws of the Festival.

    Author : Rabbi Shimon Finkelman
  • Purim

    Purim

    A bonanza of Purim treats, this book will add new and deeper meaning and understanding to everyone’s celebration of this festive holiday.

    Author : Rabbi Avie Gold
  • Shavuos

    Shavuos

    This book takes us back to those thrilling days at Sinai, to the Sefirah days of counting, to the delirious joy and suspended sunset of Lag B’Omer. Complete with an Overview and a wealth of beautiful insights and stories, and the Book of Ruth.

    Author : Rabbi Shimon Finkelman