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  1. The Jewish Home - Kitov
    $27.00
    Hardcover, 6" x 9" Learn More
  2. The Jewish Home - Vol. 2
    $19.00
    Hardcover, 6" x 9" Learn More
  3. Advice For Life - Marriage
    $5.00

    Softcover, 6" x 6", 54 Pages

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  4. Bas Melech Penima - בת מלך פנימה
    $15.00

    Hardcover

    5" x 8"

    Published by: Merkaz Anash

    English Section: 203 Pages

    Hebrew/Yiddish Section: 157 Pages

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  5. Simchas Eliezer
    $14.00

    Explanations on Various Wedding Customs

    By Rabbi Eliezer Wenger

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    128 Pages

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  6. GPS For A Happier Marriage - Hardcover
    $18.00

    Hardcover

    Now Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    269 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Aaron Laine

    Who doesn't encounter challenges in their marriage? Through my counselling, I observed issues in so many relationships and I understood that there needs to be a formula which would permit couples to enjoy a more fulfilling marriage. This book is a practical, hands-on approach to improve and enhance your marriage. Even successful and committed people need guidance to achieve long lasting and fulfilling marriages. Written in simple language; humorous; practical ideas with a unique perspective, makes this book a wonderful tool.

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  7. Ohel Rachel - English
    $11.50

    Hardcover

    6.5" x 9.5"

    70 Pages

    The Achievement of Oneness of Marriage

    English Edition

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  8. Shiduchim, Shalom Bayis & Beyond
    $23.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    366 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Nisson Wolpin

    Published by: Artscroll

    It's a time of joy and a time of doubt - finding a match and building a Jewish home: finding the basherte, shaping a marriage, perpetuating harmony, handling problems.

    In this ArtScroll Judaiscope book, a broad array of gedolim and professionals meet these challenges head on, offering Torah perspectives, sound advice, and practical guidance - Rabbi Avrohom Pam zt"l, Rabbi Yaakov Perlow, Rabbi Chaim Pinchos Scheinberg, Rabbi Matisyahu Solomon, Rabbi Ephraim Wachsman, and Rabbi Yisroel Reisman among others, as well as such thinkers and counselors as Professor Aaron Twerski and Dr. Meir Wikler, to name just a few!

    More than 40 articles culled from The Jewish Observer archives enlighten us on such categories as: Shidduchim; the Road to the Chupah; Navigating the Potholes; Shalom Bayis, Dealing with Extraordinary Circumstances.

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  9. In-Laws: It's All Relative
    $22.50

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    184 Pages

    Written by: Leah Shifrin Averick & Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski 

    Published by: Artscroll

    Don't believe all those old jokes: In-laws DO NOT have to be outlaws!

    Few things in our lives are more valuable than our family relationships — and few things are more complex. And when those relationships begin, not at birth, but at marriage, there can be some challenging adjustments to be made.

    The great news is: You CAN make the adjustments, and have rewarding, wonderful in-law relationships.

    The author of more than thirty bestselling works on both Torah and psychology, Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, M.D. is the scion of a great rabbinic family and world-famous addiction expert who has helped tens of thousands live better lives. In In-Laws: It's All Relative, Rabbi Twerski teams up with Leah Shifrin Averick, a respected social worker and an expert in in-law relationships, to produce a book that will enhance and improve our lives: as mothers- or daughters-in-law; fathers- or sons-in-law; sisters or brothers-in-law.

    Brimming with Torah wisdom, psychological insight, and, of course, true-life stories, In-Laws: It's All Relative deals with the most common challenges of in-law relationships:

    • Making the first meeting cordial and positive
    • What do I call my in-laws?"
    • Divided loyalties
    • Financial aid and gifts: giving them, getting them
    • Mechatunim" and wedding planning
    • In-laws as grandparents

    By following the sensible, practical, and, always, Torah-based strategies that two experts have formulated over decades of work with families, we learn how to enjoy harmonious and fulfilling relationships with our in-laws. And we never have to make a mother-in-law joke again!

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  10. Dear Son
    $21.00

    Hardcover

    6" x 9"

    245 Pages

    Written by: Rabbi Eliyahu Goldschmidt

    Published by: Artscroll

    Rabbi Eliyahu Goldschmidt was a man who made enormous differences in countless lives. He was a respected Torah scholar, an enormously successful yeshivah educator, a profound student of human nature, a man totally dedicated to the service of G-d and to helping people, a man who was admired and respected by all who knew him, and a man whose counsel was widely sought. Several years ago, Rabbi Goldschmidt was urged to share his insights with the thousands of people who could not have the benefit of his formal talks and private conversations in Yeshivah Zichron Moshe in upstate New York, or in his Lakewood community. The result was "Dear Daughter," an engaging and valuable book in the form of letters from a loving father to his daughter. Thousands of daughters, mothers, and sisters looked over the shoulder of the author's "dear daughter," and were equally enriched.

    The response to the book was so enthusiastic that the author was urged to write a book for his "Dear Son." He was at work on the project when, suddenly, this great and revered man was taken from us.

    Thanks to the efforts of his family, his existing work was fashioned into this volume. His "estate" is measured in the people he influenced, the families he helped shape, the men and women - and their children - whose lives are richer, more fulfilled, happier, and more successful because of his wisdom and guidance. And now, like "Dear Daughter," this new book will bring enrichment, understanding, and happiness to many a marriage, many a family, and many a friendship.

    Rabbi Goldschmidt's final legacy is a work to read and think about; it is a wellspring of wisdom that will invigorate many a stale relationship and pour the foundations for a bright future.

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