Chanukah Literature From Jewish e-Books Collection

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“Guidelines: Chanukah – More than Two Hundred of the Most Commonly Asked Questions about Chanukah” by Rabbi Elozor Barclay and Rabbi Yitzchok Jaeger

A collection of over 200 commonly asked questions about Chanukah. Clear, accurate, and easy-to-read answers will provide you with all of the information you need about the laws and customs of this significant holiday.

Format: e-book
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 96
ISBN of printed book: 1-56871-283-9
Price of printed book: $10.99

Jewish e-Books price: $6.00 (buy now)

“About Time – Sheep Wars of Faith” by Netanel Epstein and Bat-El Epstein

This full-length comics story has a great mix of suspense, humor, and solid Jewish values.

Just as they’re moving, the Yom Tov  family comes across a talking sheep – who can go back in time. When three of the children join him on his adventure – and end up during the Second Temple era facing the Greek army – the rest of the family need to find a way to go back 2,000 years to save them.

Format: ebook – Adobe PDF
File Use: Allowed on multiple devices of same user. No copying. No printing. No file sharing.
File size: 8326 kb
Publisher: Rosh Yehudi

Jewish e-Books price: $8.50 (buy now)

“The Light of Thirty-Six – Accessing The Hidden Light of  Creation On A Daily Basis”  by Pinchas Winston

We are supposed to light 36 candles over the course of eight days during  Chanukah, the total of candles when you start with one candle on the first day, and add an additional candle each day after that. However, it turns out, that this does not mean that the number 36 is arbitrary, for it is the number that represents the mystical Light of 36 with which G-d made Creation, and Chanukah is meant to show us how to access this supernal light on a daily basis.

Format: ebook – Adobe EPUB
File Use: Allowed on multiple devices of same user.  No copying.  No printing.  No file sharing.
File size: 997.31 KB
Publisher: Thirtysix.org
Pages in printed book: 200
ISBN of printed book: 978-0-9784025-5-6
Price of printed book: $12.50

Jewish e-Books price: $3.60 (buy now)

“School for One” by Judith Weil

Each of the girls who are spending a year in Israel at Bnos Hamelech High School has her own fascinating, personal history.Whether attending a lesson on the mitzvos of Eretz Yisrael, kindling the Chanukah lights in Jerusalem, or touring the Galilee, the reader will feel a part of this unique school. As the story unfolds and takes surprising turns, it is hard to put this book down.

Format: ebook – Adobe EPUB
File Use: Allowed on multiple devices of same user. No copying. No printing. No file sharing.
File size: 167.26 KB
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
Pages in printed book: 186
ISBN of printed book: 978-0-87306-620-4
Price of printed book: $11.95

Jewish e-Books price: $5.99 (buy now)

“The Reluctant Cannibal – A novel” by Martin Zurofsky

Barry Berger, growing up on city streets, struggles to survive. His discovery of simple magic tricks becomes an escape and a means of maintaining integrity.  His hero is the escape artist Houdini; his dream – to become a famous magician. Barry’s meeting with a Holocaust refugee, Max Zlotkin, connects him to his Jewish roots, and Zlotkin, frightened that America will devour Barry, sends him to a yeshiva in Israel.

Yet the pull of learning is displaced by Barry’s thirst for fame as a magician.  In Jerusalem, Barry meets Alfred Schwan, an experienced hypnotist who demonstrates his powers to Barry. Then he tells him a tale about an incredible lamp with powers of alchemy – changing base metals into gold: an ultimate act of magic.

Schwan has discovered the menorah’s location, but his age and weakness, prevent him from getting it himself. He needs Barry’s strength and agility, and Barry, torn between his discovery of Jewish life, and the pull of strange, dark forces he senses in Schwan, takes the course he knows can lead to disaster.

Format: ebook – Adobe EPUB
File Use: Allowed on multiple devices of same user. No copying. No printing. No file sharing.
File size: 345.17 KB

Jewish e-Books price: $4.99 (buy now)

“Vedibarta Bam – And You Shall Speak of  Them – Chanukah” by Rabbi Moshe Bogomilsky

A most appropriate sefer if you are looking for:  A thought for a drasha in your shul or occasion such as a Bar Mitzvah, Wedding, Graduation, High Holidays, Eulogy, etc.

Torah subjects to discuss at the Holiday table.  Material for a class in the weekly Parshah.  A gift that will be greatly appreciated.

These Torah thoughts are presented in a clear and simple language by Rabbi Moshe Bogomilsky Principal,  United Lubavitcher Yeshivoth;  Rav, Cong. Yeshivah of  Crown Heights;  well-known  educator,  lecturer and darshan.

Format: ebook – Adobe epub
File Use: Allowed on multiple devices of same user.  No copying.  No printing.  No file sharing.
File size: 316.39 KB
Publisher: Sichos in English
Pages in printed book: 224
ISBN of printed book: 1-8808-8071-7
Price of printed book: $20.00

Jewish e-Books price: $9.95 (buy now)

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