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  • Unwilling Survivor

    Michael Kopiec

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    In October 1941, Misha was a Soviet Intelligence Officer leading a special squad on a dangerous mission behind Nazi lines. Probing Nazi supply routes around the recently fallen city of Kiev, he witnesses the immediate aftermath of the mass murder of Jews at Babi Yar, and becomes convinced the Nazis intend to destroy all of European Jewry. Because, like the victims of Babi Yar, Misha is also Jewish, he realizes he must return home to save his family members who are trapped in Nazi-occupied Poland.
    Setting out from the wintry depths of the Ukraine, Misha disregards the danger of traveling over one thousand kilometers through Nazi-held territory because his entire being is focused on a single mission: reaching his family in time.
    The Unwilling Survivor is about the incredible commitment to family of a man who, despite coming of age in a world blackened by unimaginable cruelty, refuses to abandon the morality and code of ethics with which he was raised.
    Beyond being a fantastic, untold and true story, at its core The Unwilling Survivor is about the indomitable strength of the human spirit.



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  • In Every Generation

    Commentary by Ari L. Goldman

    A traditional Haggadah portraying the age-old Passover story through modern-day images of deliverance and social responsibility in action. Learn More
  • Tehillim

    Avraham Rand

    The joy, anger, love, pain, and suffering that infuse the Psalms are faithfully reproduced in this new translation from Hebrew to English. Avraham Rand has created a reader-friendly translation of King David’s works that will allow readers to connect as never before with the classic text. Learn More
  • Light Out Of Darkness

    Robert Wolf, Joel Gallis, Matityahu Glazerson and Robert M. Haralick

    World reknowned scholars present their views on revealed and soon-to-be revealed events that may be connected to the end of days era. Learn More
  • Life's Journey

    Dr. Batya L. Ludman

    Life's Journey is a guide to life that empowers individuals as active participants in their own lives, who can engender change and become the person they have always aspired to be. With thought-provoking questions and answers, expert advice and homework for the reader, this book is full of relevant topics. Some of these include anger management, facing fear, managing stress, effective communication and internet addiction, among others.


    Dr. Batya L. Ludman has an advanced certification in death education and counseling. She writes a psychology column for the Jerusalem Post and is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 30 years of experience

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  • Jacob's Family Dynamics

    Gad Dishi

    Why doesn't Jacob divorce Leah and demand justice upon discovering Leah in the morning? Why doesn't Esau chase Jacob to Haran? Why is Jacob silent during the Dinah crisis? Author Gad Dishi revives familiar terrain with a fresh perspective as Jacob's emotional odyssey is textually tracked to reveal new found treasures of understanding integral to the Biblical story. Learn More
  • It Was Evening, It Was Morning

    Chana Sharfstein

    After a long period of silence, the Holocaust emerged as a major focus in all areas of creativity. There was an outpouring of literature, an intermingling of fact and fiction, which dealt mainly with the Ghetto, the concentration camp experience and the destruction of European Jewry.

    Insufficient attention focused on “The Aftermath,” the period from 1945 until 1952, when large numbers of shattered survivors were literally abandoned in Displaced Persons camps because they had nowhere to go. They had survived the turbulent Nazi era; now, adrift and forgotten, this was an additional tragedy.

    It Was Evening, It Was Morning: Scandinavia in the Aftermath of World War II explores the lives of survivors who settled in Sweden after the war and rebuilt their lives. These accounts, based on personal interviews, radiate inspiration and hope. They fill us with pride and give us strength.

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  • Illegal Journey

    Edgar Miskin

    Peter Romaine, a young, Christian Englishman living in Switzerland, is a linguistics student with an extraordinary talent for languages. In 1945, he discovers a hospital ward occupied by young concentration camp survivors. Driven by his humanitarian instincts, he becomes their mentor, their rescuer and their guardian. His involvement with the group develops naturally. Utilizing his outstanding leadership qualities, Peter finds ways to acquire a ship, train a crew, and undergo an inspection on the high seas by a British warship, all under the nose of the British Mandate Authority. The group of survivors, under Peter’s leadership, then reaches Palestine, making a successful clandestine landing at night. Peter settles in Palestine and begins his exploration of the extraordinary continuity and survival, against all odds, of the Jewish people over the millennia. His search ultimately leads to his conversion to the Jewish faith. Fighting in the Israel War of Independence, he is wounded in battle and receives a Field Commission. Some years later, Peter is honored with the Israel Prize for his achievements as a professor of linguistics at Tel Aviv University. Illegal Journey is a historical novel filled with adventure, danger, love and even laughter. Embark on the journey to experience the drama and history of Israel at the time of its birth. Learn More
  • From the Heart of a Lion

    Rabbi Aryeh Cohen

    From the Heart of a Lion is a unique combination of in-depth essays on the weekly Torah portion on the book of Genesis coupled with inspiring personal stories. The book is written in a way that readers of wide Jewish interest can comprehend and appreciate the synthesis of textual analysis. The focus upon truth and emotion can be felt in every essay and story. Learn More

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