Roundup: New Books You Don’t Want to Miss

In honor of Hei Teves, checked through all books published since last Hei Teves and selected three titles from six different genres for your reading enjoyment. Read all about it!

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In honor of Hei Teves, checked through all books published since last Hei Teves and selected three titles from six different genres for your reading benefit. You don’t want to miss them!

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Inspirational Stories

One For The Books

Stories Of Hashgachah Pratis And Chessed

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 166 Pages

Written by: Chaya S. Newman & Fayge Goldstein

Published by: Mosaica Press

One for the Books is an exciting collection of relatable stories about real people and their challenges. A veritable treasure chest of Hashem’s kindnesses and breathtaking hashgachah pratis, these narratives will engage readers and provide chizuk and inspiration.

A simple act of chessed to a young person in need accomplishes the unimaginable…

A mother perseveres — fighting the medical tide — and saves her son’s life…

A match made in Heaven is orchestrated when someone “happens to be” in the right place at the right time…


Center Stage

Incredible Stories and the People Behind Them

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 432 Pages

Written by: C.B. Weinfeld

Published by: Artscroll Mesorah Publications

And now, appearing at center stage, meet and greet

… An angry doctor, a pair of fake tefillin, and a soul seeking forgiveness.

… a young non-Jewish couple, a rabbi on an airplane, and a shidduch in the making.

… an aspiring singer whose silence brought untold blessings.

And dozens more men and women sharing authentic feelings, challenges – and greatness.

C.B. Weinfeld knows people. And she knows how to tell a fantastic story. In Center Stage she brings us stories that engage and inspire us. Stories that sometimes surprise and often elevate us. Stories that rekindle our belief in others and enhance our own optimism and simchah.



Contemporary Stories of Hashgachah Pratis and Emunah

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 513 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Tzvi Nakar

Published by: Tfutza Publications

We’ve all come to this world in order to successfully meet some specific challenge. How can we know what that challenge is?

We can discover our true purpose by living with Hashem every moment, 24/7 seeing Hashem’s Hand in every situation, learning from the experiences of others, and accepting everything that happens in life with joy.

24/7 is a collection of riveting stories on emunah, bitachon, and hashgachah pratis, all with intensely powerful messages.


Chassidic Life

Blueprint for Life

Life Lessons from Torah

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 623 Pages

Written by: Rebbetzin Yehudis Heller

Edited by: Chaya Shuchat

Published by: Wellspring Press

In her short lifetime, Rebbetzin Yehudis Heller inspired thousands of students with her illuminating lectures on the Torah.

Morah Heller’s classes wove together the classical meforshim and Chassidus to create a breathtaking panorama. She unveiled for her students the deeper meaning of every story in Torah, even those that seemed “disturbing” on a surface level. In every lesson, she demonstrated how Torah is m’lashon hora’ah—intended as a practical guide for life.

For the first time, this volume presents the full collection of Rebbetzin Heller’s Torah lectures. Now, a new generation can benefit and be enriched by these powerful teachings.


In Search of Truth

Three Yeshiva Students on a Spiritual Journey

Softcover | 6″ x 9″ | 265 Pages

Written by: Menachem Brod

A bestseller in Hebrew. Reads like a novel.

This book describes the struggle of yeshiva students searching for a path in serving Hashem. Examining various paths within Torah tradition reveals challenging new concepts and exposes them to the fascination of Chassidism.


The Mazkir

The Rebbe’s Personal Secretary Reb Leibel Groner

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 527 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Levi Groner

Translated by: Uri Kaploun

Published by: Malchus HaKesser

The long-hidden diaries of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s personal secretary for forty years, the gifted and tireless Reb Leibel Groner, give the reader an astonishing glimpse into the intense around-the-clock activity that pulsated at the nerve-center and soul-center of “770” in Brooklyn.

Those diaries, bursting with descriptions of little-known incidents and encounters that energized an amazing range of personalities around the world, are opened here for the first time.


Personal Struggle

Why God Why?

How to Believe in Heaven When it Hurts like Hell

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 272 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Gershon Schusterman

Published by: Providence Press

Rabbi Gershon Schusterman knew all the textbook answers when comforting bereaved community members who asked him, “Where is God? If God is loving, how could this happen?”

But when the rabbi’s young wife died suddenly, leaving him a 38- year-old widower with eleven children to raise, he found himself reeling. His personal quest for answers to these timeless questions led him to a deeper exploration of Judaism’s teachings about how to cope with and transcend tragedy, teachings that have provided comfort and understanding to millions of people throughout the generations.


Even if I’m Not

The Greatest Loss. The Way Forward. A Mother’s Story.

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 248 Pages

Written by: Devorie Kreiman

Published by: Israel Bookshop Publications

After Yossi died, I grappled with long-held beliefs: Hashem is close; everything that happens has a purpose; and our neshamos continue to exist after we leave This World. The comfort of these truths was there for me, if I was ready to accept it, but also—as I learned—”even if I’m not”… 

At first, I couldn’t find my way forward. I felt like Hashem was saying, I’m asking you to do something impossible. Do it anyway. 

Even If I’m Not is the story of doing the impossible.


In It Together

A Candid View of Infertility

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 184 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Yosef Shapiro

Published by: Adir Press

Rabbi Yosef Shapiro has shared the personal struggle that he and his wife went through on their path to parenthood. This is a powerful story that offers information, hope, and encouragement for those on similar journeys. A Rabbi who counsels infertile couples in his community, Rabbi Shapiro has the unique vantage point to offer practical tips to those who are struggling, as well as advice to friends and family supporting them.

In It Together will open your eyes to the world of infertility. When you read this book, be ready to cry during moments of pain, laugh during moments of joy, and experience the whirlwind of emotion that is ever-present during a couple’s journey through infertility.



The Last Slave

An Exodus Novel

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 408 Pages

Written by: Yehudis Kormornick

Published by: Adir Press

In the land of Egypt, the Hebrews are multiplying at an alarming rate. Hate is mounting. Fear is rising. And Pharaoh is determined to destroy them. The Hebrews are bound in shackles. Their babies thrown into the Nile.

But inside the palace walls, there are secrets.

For not everyone is bent on their destruction. Tia, an Egyptian aristocrat, loyal maidservant to Princess Basya, is a traitor to the throne. And she is not the only one. But secrets cannot be kept forever, and in a world filled with lies and hate, treachery comes at a terrifying cost.

This gripping historical novel is a searing tale of survival and courage in the darkest of times. Based entirely on Torah sources, The Last Slave takes the reader on an epic journey from Pharaoh’s palace to the pit of Ramses to the ultimate redemption from Egypt. Endure the heartache of slavery. Live through the awe-inspiring miracles. Feel as if you left Egypt in this poignant and immersive novel from despair to deliverance.

Intended for a mature audience due to the graphic description of slavery.


Song of Redemption

A Historical Novel

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 581 Pages

Written by: Zecharya Hoffman

Published by: Mizrach Publishing

On a dark, gloomy night, three brave young men risk their lives as they embark on a perilous journey. The crate they carry holds secret treasures, leading them to unexpected encounters. As events unfold, the treasure becomes the center of an unforgettable mystery that spans one hundred years of turmoil and triumph,

From a small hut in Beth El to the majestic palace in Yerushalayim… From the devastated holy city to the dark valleys of Babylonia.. From the secret caves among the Judean hillsides to the promising new city walls… This spellbinding story will open new vistas to a bygone era, as well as new aspirations for our promised future.


The Thirteenth Gate

A Novel

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 351 Pages

Written by: Ester Zirkind – Author of “Where Is the Daughter I Raised?”

Published by: Israel Bookshop Publications

Against the backdrop of a tragic terrorist attack in Eretz Yisrael, and its consequential retaliation that results in riots across the globe, one family struggles to overcome the mistakes of the past while simultaneously working to ensure that those mistakes are not repeated.

The Thirteenth Gate is a deeply moving story of faith, forgiveness, and family ties. It explores some hot-button issues facing our community, with insight, authenticity, and finesse.



The Tannaim Series

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 69 Pages | Comics

Written by: Meir Lamberski

Illustrated by: Racheli David

Published by: Feldheim Publishers

The words of Chazal fill the Talmud, Midrash, and other sefarim with fascinating stories of our Tannaim. Rabbi Meir Lamberski has collected these stories into engaging comics in order to give children a deeper and more complete understanding of their lives. Fully sourced, The Tannaim Series is a perfect way to learn from and appreciate these giants of the Mishnah.

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The Shliach Who Worked in a Brush Factory

Softcover | 8″ x 10″ | 27 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Sholom Ber Zimmerman

Illustrated by: Ricky Audi

Why did the Rebbe tell a young chossid to work in a brush factory instead of opening a Chabad House?

Join Zelig as he learns the true meaning of being a shliach of the Rebbe.

Based on a true story, this book explores what it means to be a shliach of the Rebbe. How can you spread torah and mitzvos from a factory? Find out in this exciting new book!


The Little/Family Midrash Says on Nach

8.5″ x 11″ (each volume)

Written by: Rabbi Moshe Weissman

Published by: Bnay Yakov Publications

New volume – Ezra Nechemya

7 Vol. Set: Yehoshua, Shoftim, Melachim I, Melachim II, Shmuel I, Shmuel I, and Daniel


לשון הקודש

אהלי ליובאוויטש

Hardcover | 5.5″ x 8.5″ | 212 Pages

Written by: Rabbi Yochanan Gurary

Published by: Oholei Shem Lubavitch

חלק א

308 Pages

חלק ב

263 Pages

חלק ג

212 Pages


אוצר חסידי חב”ד

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″

Written by: Rabbi Eliyahu Yochanan Gurary

Published by: Oholei Shem Lubavitch

Biography and other information about Chassidim of the Alter Rebbe.

חלק א – חסידי אדמו”ר הזקן

281 Pages

 חלק ב – חסידי אדמו”ר האמצעי

169 Pages


ומלאה הארץ פארבריינגען’ס

Hardcover | 6″ x 9″ | 393 Pages

Published by: The Office of the Kinus HaShluchim

פנינים וסיפורים מההתוועדות הארוכה בהיסטוריה – זום פארבריינגען – כינוס השלוחים העולמי ה’תשפ”א

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