eBooks for Purim

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“Guidelines: Purim – Over Two Hundred and Fifty of the Most Commonly Asked Questions about Purim” by Rabbi Elozor Barclay and Rabbi Yitzchok Jaeger

Questions and answers about the laws and customs of  Purim and the Megillah. Excellent for beginners or anyone looking for a comprehensive review of the day’s laws and customs.

“The questions and answers in Guidelines provide a clear and easily understood format and clarify relevant halachic issues. Every answer has been written carefully and thoughtfully, considering both the classic and the most up-to-date halachic authorities… I highly recommend this book to any person who is truly searching to know the correct conduct.” – Rabbi Nachman Bulman

“Guidelines: Purim – Over Two Hundred and Fifty of the Most Commonly Asked Questions about Purim” by Rabbi Elozor Barclay and Rabbi Yitzchok Jaeger is available at Jewish e-Books

Format: ebook – Adobe epub
File size: 1,008.7 KB
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 106
ISBN of printed book: 1-56871-259-6
Price of printed book: $10.99

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

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PurimBursts” by Sarah Idit Schneider

This book uses the holiday of Purim to seque into the deepest kabbalistic mysteries. For example, an excerpt: “This day is called Purim because its inner service is lots. There is a whole body of teachings about how to cast them. Every spiritual practice requires this expertise.  In fact it is the limiting factor of religious life… One goes deeply inward (and upward) to find a place inside that transcends craving and aversion. Ones love-bond to G-d gets so deep, one’s vision so vast, that the truest (and normally hidden) truth becomes real: Every moment is an opportunity for closeness with G-d and it is not clear which builds intimacy more, the joy or the pain, the blessing or the curse,  Mordechai (the hero) or Haman (the villain). Would there be Purim without Haman? Who do we thank more for this day?

PurimBurstsby Sarah Idit Schneider is available at Jewish e-Books

Format: ebook – Adobe epub
File size: 292.92 KB
Publisher: A Still Small Voice
Pages in printed book: 100
ISBN of printed book: 978-9657115008
Price of printed book $12.00

Jewish e-Books price: $6.50 (buy now)

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“Purim Light – The Reality of G-d in Our Lives” by Avraham Sutton

“If we read the Megillah thinking that it’s about a story that happened long ago, and don’t realize that it is happening NOW, we have missed the point of the whole thing.” 

Purim Light, by renowned Torah scholar Avraham Sutton, uncovers deep layers of meaning behind the characters and events of the Purim story on three interrelated levels – the individual, the collective, and the cosmic/Divine.

The dynamic between shadow and light, evil and good, and concealment and revelation, operates on all three levels simultaneously, such that being sorely tested on one level magnifies into being tested on every level – and finding Hashem on one level magnifies into finding Him on all the others as well. How do we find Him – His light, His love, His presence – behind the seemingly chaotic events of our lives? How can we be instrumental in revealing His presence behind the scenes of everything that is happening? This is the secret of Purim.

Purim Light illuminates Hashem’s plan for history up till and including our days. It also reveals how that plan will unfold into the Messianic Age and the Great Shabbat that will follow. It is a unique work, filled with the deep insights of the ancient sages, the Zohar, the Ari, the Baal Shem Tov, and Ramchal, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the Leshem Shvo VeAchlamah, and the Ben Ish Chai.

“Purim Light – The Reality of G-d in Our Lives” by Avraham Sutton is available at Jewish e-Books

Format: ebook – Adobe PDF
File size: 1,629.8 KB
Publisher: Geula Press
Pages in printed book: 181
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-56871-542-1

Jewish e-Books price: $9.99 (buy now)

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“Inside Purim – Fascinating and intriguing insights on Purim and the Megillah” by Aryeh Pinchas Strickoff

We all know the Purim story, don’t we? Inside Purim will make you wonder. An evil king, an enigmatic queen, and the threat of annihilation. A sleepless night, a metamorphic party, and a complete turnabout. The story of Purim is one we know so well. Yet there are so many layers hidden beneath the surface. Inside Purim peels back the mask and reveals the profundity and depth within.

Inside Purim brings you fascinating interpretations on the Megillah, the historical background of the Purim story, and the significance of the customs of Purim. This sparkling and comprehensive collection of ideas is gleaned from an astonishing array of Talmudic, Midrashic, and Rabbinic sources. Enthrall your family, your students, and your guests with these Torah gems. Step Inside Purim.

Through this sefer the honor and joy of Purim will be increased, and the awareness of the great miracle of Purim further heightened.” – Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlita, Rosh HaYeshiva, Yeshiva of Philidelphia

“Inside Purim – Fascinating and intriguing insights on Purim and the Megillah” by Aryeh Pinchas Strickoff  is available at Jewish e-Books

Format: ebook – Adobe PDF
File size: 1,952.5 KB
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 335
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-568-71-490-5
Price of printed book $24.99

Jewish e-Books price: $9.99 (buy now)

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