Chanukah Sale

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With libraries across the world in transformation and  e-book  sales  wildly  outstripping their  print  book  predecessors, there’s no denying it: the e-book market is exploding.

Now, Jewish-E-Books.com has joined the fun – with a Chanukah e-book explosion of blowout sales and prices that would have even the Maccabees running. With 50% off all Jewish e-books in both English and Hebrew, the site is offering hundreds of quality Jewish books at bargain-basement prices – economical Chanukah gifts that the whole family will love.

But the blast-off celebration doesn’t stop there. As part of their recent groundbreaking launch, they’ve got an explosion of new happenings to unroll.

Joining their extensive collection of over 1,200 titles in English and Hebrew from leading publishers like Feldheim, Targum, and Jerusalem Publications are some fabulous new e-book releases from bestselling Jewish authors like Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz, Gila Manolson, Libby Lazewnik, Riva Pomerantz, and Rabbi Matityahu Glazerson.

And for the icing on the cake – or the sour cream on the latka – Jewish e-Books is kicking off a host of new products in their music, software, and kids’ departments too.

Just added to their selection of great Jewish music are the popular compositions of world-renowned singer and composer Yehuda Glantz, including his hit releases “Naale,” “Pionero,” and “Gotta Dance.” A returnee to Judaism formerly from Argentina, Glantz’s unique brand of Jewish music fuses the contemporary and traditional, with an unmistakable Latin American rhythm. His latest album, “Chai Ve’Kayam”—is soon to be released exclusively on Jewish-e-books.com.

But Chanukah’s also about kids—and it’s got many a beleaguered parent wondering what to do for presents. For these little guys, Jewish-E-Books.com is exclusively offering a one-of-its-kind Jewish children’s Comics eMagazine—with a free sample issue—featuring 32 monthly pages of education and entertainment by some of today’s greatest Jewish writers and artists, like Gadi Pollack and Chaim Walder. 

It’s the Festival of Lights, and Jewish E-Books is aflame with celebration. Join the party—it’s going to be a blast.

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