6" x 8"
Published by: Feldheim
Inside these pages, the world of color and creativity awaits you!
There are 62 (thick) pages of beautiful pictures and inspiring quotes to color.
Color is fun and relaxing. It's a great way to express yourself, try new things, and just have a great time!
Coloring books today are not just for kids! Adina: My Coloring and Quote Sketchbook ideal for women, teens, tweens and younger girls.
Be Inspired - and have fun!
About the Author:
Yocheved Nadell was born in South Africa and raised in Southern California. She studied fashion design and illustration at Otis Parsons Art Institute in L.A. and worked in the L.A. garment industry for several years. She is the author/creator/illustrator of the famous Adina/Shira/Rina sketchbook series (all by Mosaica Press). She lives with her husband and children in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel.Learn More
6" x 9"
Written by: Fay Klein
Published by: Feldheim
DISCOVER THE POWER OF THE JEWISH WOMAN
Full of insight based on years of experience, House of Diamonds helps you tune into the special qualities Hashem has given you and realize the amazing value of a bas Yisrael. Replete with Torah hashkafah, practical tips, inspirational stories, and real-life examples, this book will help you gain an understanding of the true role of the Jewish woman. Transform your life with spiritual awakening and emotional fulfillment.
"I recommend the wonderful book written by Rebbetzin Fay Klein whom I have known for many years. I can attest that it was written al pi da'as Torah, and with an abundance of good common sense, as befits a person of her experience. I am confident that, b'ezras Hashem, anyone reading this book will benefit greatly."Learn More
- RAV MATISYAHU CHAIM SALOMON, SHLITA, Mashgiach of Beth Medrash Govoha of Lakewood
5" x 8"
Written by: Baila Vorhand
Published by: ArtScroll Mesorah Publications
Small book. Huge message.
Who are you? What makes you - you?
Are you only your face? Your clothing and possession?
Your talents and accomplishments?
Absolutely not. So who in the world are you?
Free to be Me will help you find the answer to that life-changing question. And, amazingly, it will help you find the answer through the mitzvah of tznius, modesty - which is so much more than a dress code.
Free to be Me is a very unusual book, because we live in very unusual times. It's practical, with exercises and summaries to help bring its ideas into our lives. It's relatable - it was reviewed by dozens of women, of all ages, to make sure it speaks to our modern challenges and concerns. And , with its light tone and great cartoons, it's just plain fun!
Free to be Me takes you on a journey of self-discovery. Get ready for challenges, surprises, and a whole new way of looking at yourself!Learn More
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6" x 6"
Written by: Dovid Zaklikowski
Published by: Hasidic Archives
The Edifice is a journey into the Rebbe's uplifting world of ideas and life lessons on dating, love, marriage, the Jewish wedding, children and Mikvah.
Advice for Life SeriesLearn More
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New Edition: Includes Study Guide
6" x 9"
Written by: Dr. Naomi Zirkind
Strength and Dignity is a valuable resource for Jewish women of all ages — from young women preparing to establish a Jewish home, to teachers for use in lesson planning, to parents raising children and serving as the mainstay of their home, to all women seeking greater insight into their roles. The book is a collection of talks and letters of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, on the various roles of Jewish women, as illuminated by the Torah, arranged according to the weekly Torah portions. Here the reader will find timely messages of encouragement, guidance and inspiration.Learn More
5" x 8"
Written by: Debbie Fox, LCSW
Published by: Menucha
Your friends will be spending Shabbos at a guest house in Tzfat. Should you join them?
You are alone in a cab at 10 pm, and the driver is overly friendly. What should you do?
Your roommate tells you she’s barely eating, but makes you promise not to tell anyone.
Should you keep your promise?
You’ve packed your all-new wardrobe, favorite shampoo, and 220V blow-dryer. But are you really ready for seminary? Are you prepared for the many new situations and dilemmas you may encounter?
In this long-awaited guidebook by highly acclaimed social worker Debbie Fox, seminary girls acquire a solid understanding of crucial, highly relevant topics—including staying safe on the go, relating to males appropriately, and establishing healthy boundaries with friends, teachers, newlywed siblings, and chesed families. Culled from the firsthand experiences of girls, madrichot, and veteran educators, this compelling read speaks straight to the first-time seminary girl, empowering her with an arsenal of tools that will prove invaluable—both this year and beyond.
Packed with real-life stories and examples, candid quotes from seminary girls, and a slew of entertaining cartoons,Seminary Savvy is a must-have book for every girl about to embark on a year in Eretz Yisrael.
“This guide will be extremely beneficial, helping girls gain the most from their time in Eretz Yisrael.”
—HaRav Sholom Kamenetsky, Rosh Yeshiva, Yeshiva of Philadelphia
“Seminary Savvy should be made mandatory reading for every young woman attending seminary—and her parents.”
—Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.
“I recommend this book without reservation …a real contribution to chinuch habanos.”
—Mrs. Zlata Press, Principal, Bnos Leah Prospect Park High School
"Seminary Savvy fills a gaping hole in safety planning resources for adolescents."
--Dr. David Pelcovitz,Straus Chair in Psychology and Education, Azrieli Graduate School, Yeshiva UniversityLearn More
6.5" x 9.5"
Written by: Rabbi Shimon Gedasi
שמירת המצוות לאישה ולבת
הלכות המקיפות את המצוות האישה מבוארות בלשון קלה וברורה
מאה: הרב שמעון גדסי
6" x 9"
Written by: Aaron L. Raskin
Published by: Next Century Publishing
“The Torah believes in the potential and capabilities of every man, woman or child, Jew and gentile alike, and clearly believes that men and women were created equal, and with their own distinct, respected role in the world. “ - Rabbi Aaron L. RaskinLearn More
Where would the Jewish people be without the discernment and wisdom of Jewish women - qualities they possess far in excess of men? Time and again, holy text and real-life experience prove this. "The Talmud reveals that it was in the merit of the righteous women that our forefathers were redeemed from the land of Egypt," writes the author. "About this, the Arizal explains that the souls of this generation are a reincarnation of those souls, and therefore, the women of this generation will once again bring about the redemption for all people."
This book aims to show that it is a mistaken belief that Judaism values the male contribution to its daily liturgy and life more than the female. In a clear and compassionate style, it lays out traditional observance and new scholarship with simple language. Ultimately, the Jewish woman's role as ubiquitous force in daily life becomes clear: her power is subtle, mystical, transformative. Her role isn't marginal, it's essential.
Mystical teachings tell us that women were granted understanding (bina) in greater measure, and therefore only they can transform a concept of wisdom (chochmah) into action (daat). Hence, we might extrapolate that no holy thing can come about if, in some way, a woman's wisdom is not behind it.
Discernment is a female quality; and it's time we understood and acknowledged its presence in daily Jewish life.
6" x 9"
Written by: Nechoma Greisman
A Chassidic Perspective on Living Torah
For many years, until her passing in 1992 at the age of 39, hundreds of women of all ages and levels of observance eagerly attended Nechoma Greisman's weekly classes on Chassidic Insights into Torah, at Machon Chaya Mushka and at the Israel Center in Jerusalem. As those women fondly recall, each of these shiurim was not merely a forum for the transmission of information: it was an unforgettable happening, a shared sisterly quest, a joyful igniting of souls. (Regrettably, not all of these classes were taped.) Basically, they constituted a chassidic lesson in learning from life. In addition, their womanly perspective considered the varied roles of women earnestly, yet with mellow good humor. Now, within the limits of the printed word, much of their tone and savor is distilled and preserved in these pages. The present book will be a welcome breath of life for those who seek a human, vibrant, chassidic guide to digging for treasure, whether it is hidden within the weekly Torah readings or within oneself. For those who have read (and reread) The Nechoma Greisman Anthology, the present book will be doubly welcome. Simultaneously, it presents Chassidism through the eyes of a woman, and womanhood through the eyes of Chassidism.Learn More
6" x 9"
The author shares her candid thoughts on the challenges confronting Jewish women, specifically addressing questions of gender role definition, marital harmony, family planning, child rearing and outreach work. She offers advice based on experience and reflection.Learn More
A heartwarming and spiritually uplifting collection of essays for women.
6" x 9"
Written by: Elana Mira Mizrahi
Published by: Feldheim
Elana Mizrahi draws on her own daily trials and lessons, mixed with the teachings of our sages to produce profound writing combined with practical ideas that are sure to be inspiring to Jewish women in all stages of life.Learn More
About the Author
Elana Mira Mizrahi is a writer and lecturer. In addition to teaching, Elana also specializes in women's health as a reflexologist, massage therapist, Doula and Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy practitioner. Originally from California and a graduate of Stanford University, she now lives with her husband and children in the holy city of Jerusalem.
Prayers for Jewish Women
6" x 9"
Written by: Ruchi Koval
Published by: Mosaica Press
When the heart is full of gratitude, there is prayer. When the soul is full of pain, there is prayer. When it seems there is no one to talk to or nothing to say, there is prayer.
Jewish prayer gives wings to our emotions and words to our yearnings. It has the power to uplift, articulate, and clarify. Formal prayer is crucial. In addition, praying informally, personally, and often, can be a deeply rewarding exercise in spirituality and in our relationship with Hashem.
In this meaningful, touching, and deep book, Ruchi Koval has explained and added personal connection to some of the most fundamental Jewish prayers, as well as created and adapted some new ones for contemporary Jewish women - all written for all Jewish women, whether ‘observant’, ‘just Jewish’, or just beginning to daven.
A brief introduction precedes each prayer explaining when it is said and it's purpose. Each prayer includes the original Hebrew text, as well as transliteration, and a translation that brings out its essence. Following the prayer is a "takeaway" which makes the prayer personal and helps internalize its message.
Tefillah is referred to as “service of the heart.” With this unique book, we can open our hearts to G-d, our families, and ourselves.
About the Author:
Ruchi Koval is the co-founder and director of the Jewish Family Experience, a family education center and Sunday school. She is a certified parenting coach, runs Torah-based character-development groups for women, and is a motivational speaker. Ruchi and her husband, Rabbi Sruly Koval, live in Cleveland, Ohio.
“A wonderful and attainable point of departure, a springboard to the journey of a lifetime … warm and insightful … accessible, uplifting, and enriching.”
-Rebbetzin Feige Twerski
“This is not just any book … [it] masterfully gives access to a real and personal relationship with one's Creator. Prayers are soulfully explained. They are understood and can now be embraced on the deepest level.”
-Lori Palatnik, JWRP
6" x 9"
Written by: Rebbetzin Mindy Bodner-Lankry
Published by: Feldheim
This book is not about hearing another good vort on the Parsha. It's about being inspired by the purity of our foremothers and great women in the Torah. It's about rejuvenating and strengthening our spiritual reserves through the wisdom of the Parsha that pertain specifically to women and their particular challenges. It's about bringing clarity to our lives and to the lives of those around us.
"...these weekly Shabbos lessons will invariably bring great benefit to frum women of all walks of life, uplift their Shabbos, their week, and their lives."
Rabbi Yisroel Pinchos Bodner
"...besides giving inspiration to strengthen individuals in Emunah and Bitachon, Rebbetzin Mindy Lankry gives over the true meaning of living a Torah life, which is to develop oneself, one's family, one's community, and one's relationship to the Ribono Shel Olam."
Rabbi Yochanan Zweig
6" x 9"
By: Nechama Epstein
Published by: Feldheim
"It is important to remember that the process of labor and childbirth is a difficult one indeed, and is often characterized by emotional changes or even medical complications. Successfully coping with this process requires great mental strength. Mrs. Nechamah Epstein's talented work provides women with the necessary tools to prepare for this wondrous process. Learning about the various stages of labor is the first step to a calmer, more "in control" labor, and this book fills this role perfectly.Learn More
Hand in Hand with Hashem walks the reader through the labor process, step by step, from preparing for contractions to the various phases of labor, until the actual birth. I am positive that mothers-to-be who read this book will be better equipped and more prepared for their impending labor. They will enjoy a more pleasant experience through every step of this wonderful process of bringing new life into our world."
Professor Chaim Yaffe, Head of Gynecology and Obstetrics Dept., Bikur Cholim Hospital, Jeruslaem
"A precious book, dealing with pressing matters of faith, Torah outlook and encouragement during childbirth... There is no doubt that this book will be a source of strength for the mother-to-be."
Rabbi Chaim P. Scheinberg, zt"l
"Rich in content, written with great effort by a woman... vastly experienced in the field..."
Rabbi Yisroel Gans, shlit"a
9" x 9"
Written and Illustrated by: Batsheva Havlin
Comics for Moms
If you want something done...my mother always says, and never finishes - she has no time. Cleaning, cooking, caring for the children, job - the work of a balebusta never ends. Even so, try, dear friend: take a breath, a break, a minute to sit, to read, to laugh. To identify, to internalize the message: to accept the compliment. And to know that there is none like you - one in a million - a wonderful woman and mother.
"Balebusta" was first published as a Hebrew column in the Mishpacha magazine, beginning in 5769, and gained many enthusiastic readers and fans.
With humor, wit and a sober-minded stance, author and illustrator Batsheva Havlin describes the life of a frum woman who tries to navigate her boat through the stormy waves of life. This book is a collection of her first columns, and it is our hope that it will afford you, the reader, not only enjoyment and laughter, but also a new outlook and optimistic view of everyday life.Learn More
6" x 9"
Written by: Ari Wasserman
Published by: Feldheim
The workplace, with its many opportunities, is a constant, ever-changing challenge. You want to excel in your chosen profession, and be the best mother and wife you can be, and still remain strong in your commitment to Torah. How can you make it all work?
In Making It All Work, you’ll discover how to deal with all these issues and others, such as: business meetings in non-kosher restaurants; shaking hands with the opposite gender; social gatherings and holiday parties; staying connected to Hashem during the workday; and much, much more.
“The Wassermans have gifted us with a comprehensive book, covering virtually every possible challenge in the work place. Their twenty-five years of research are clearly reflected in this erudite, balanced, sensitive, and yet very accessible presenta- tion of the material.”
Rebbetzin Feige Twerski
“Excellent…amazing! It will be the ‘bible’ for so many working women.” Rebbetzin Shira Smiles “Making It All Work is a wonderful, useful, and halachically and hashkafically sound book on this very elusive subject.”
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
“A tremendous yasher koach to my friends the Wassermans on producing what is sure to be a valuable Torah guide book for frum working women. It incorporates human perspectives with halachic and hashkafic realities to address all aspects challenging women in the workplace. It approaches many sensitive issues with respect and clarity, and validates the needs and struggles of today’s Jewish working woman.”
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner
“Making It All Work is perhaps the most important book for a woman to place on her desk at work, alongside her Tehillim. This volume is a gift to the courageous woman of today, who works so hard both in and out of the home.”
Rabbanit Yemima MizrachiLearn More
6" x 9"
Written by: Sterna Citron
Published by: Tfutza / Israel Bookshop Publications
Hadassah and Gabriella used to be best friends until something happened...and now they are worst enemies, with the class split between them. When their teacher is upset by one snide comment too many, she puts them both in charge of the paper heart centerpieces for the school's Shabbaton. Can they overlook their argument, long enough to get the job done?
The war that shook Europe is over and Leah, Minna and the others are in school in France. The new girl, Lilach, is so intriguing–but what was that about her past? The rumor spreads like lightning and Lilach–plus her new friend–suffer the consequences. It's now many years later; is there any way to repair the damage?
Chani and her brother Mendy find a lost camera–and shocking evidence of an upcoming diamond robbery! They hunt for more clues, but come up clueless. The only evidence is the lost camera in their bushes. But just wait till the hilarious and unexpected ending!
Paper Hearts is a collection of twenty-five true-to-life fiction stories that really talk to teens. Enjoy the whole book at once or just savor one tasty tale at a time...each story is a treat, written especially for you.Learn More
6" x 9"
Written by: Esther Rivka Toledano
Published by: Artscroll
Discover the blessings and the beauty of the mitzvah of challah
It seems such a simple thing: say a few words and pull off a piece of dough. Yet this action - the mitzvah of hafrashas challah, taking "challah" off the dough -- can bring unimaginable blessing to our homes and our lives.
Hafrashas Challah: The Mitzvah of Challah offers both inspiration and information about this beloved mitzvah, cherished by Jewish women throughout the ages. It includes so many features to enhance the experience of baking, and taking, challah:
- Inspirational stories and insights to encourage regular challah baking
- Prayers and techinahs, in Hebrew and English, that can be recited while preparing the dough and taking the challah
- Laws of the mitzvah of taking challah
- Recipes, tips for baking fantastic challah, and braiding instructions with full-color illustrations
- A special chapter that gives all the reasons people say they can't bake their own challah - and all the ways they will see that they can!
- The symbolism and significance of each step in the baking process, with appropriate prayers
We Jewish women bake so much into our challahs -- our hopes, our prayers, our deepest yearnings alongside the yeast, flour and oil. As we recite the berachah and pull off a piece of dough - a remembrance of the times of the Beis HaMikdash, when it was a gift to the Kohen - we are helping to make the world (and our own lives!) a better, more beautiful place to be.Learn More
6" x 9"
Written by: Rabbi Dovber Pinson
Published by: Iyyun Publishing
A Mikvah is a pool of water used for the purpose of ritual immersion; a place where one movesfrom a state of Tumah; impurity, blockage and death-to a place of Teharah; purity, fluidity and life.
In Secrets of the Mikvah, Rabbi Pinson delves into the transformative powers of the Mikvah with his trademark all-encompassing perspective that ranges from the literal, Pshat observation and Halachic implications of the texts, to the allegorica the philosophical, and finally, to the deep secrets of the Mikvah as revealed by Kabbalah and Chassidus.
This insightful and inspirational text demonstrates how immersion in a Mikvah can be a transformative and life-altering practice, and includes various Kavanos-deep intentions-for all people, through various stages of life, that empower and enrich the immersion experience.Learn More
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With All I Am
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 320 Pages
Written by: Naomi Shulman
Published by: Tfutza Publications
About this Book
With All I Am is a true and heartfelt account of one woman's relationship with Hashem as she struggles with mental illness and a high-risk twin pregnancy. We join her on her journey from early childhood to adulthood, as she searches for Hashem in the darkness and connects with Him in moments of happiness and peace.
This book expresses the warmth, breadth, and depth of the relationship each of us shares with our Creator. Hashem knows us better than any person ever can and He is intimately involved in every detail of our lives. He knows our talents and struggles, our dreams and disappointments, our ups and downs and everything in between. He knows everything that makes us who we are.
With All I Am emphasizes Hashem's unconditional love for each of us and His acceptance of us at every stage of our growth. May this encourage every one of us to use every facet of ourselves and our life experiences - even our most personal, painful challenges - as tools to enhance and deepen our personal avodas Hashem.
Contains sensitive material, for married woman only!