Monday, November 5, 2007

New Rabbinic Festivals and Fast Days Volume from Daily Dose of Torah - Series Two!

ArtScroll is thrilled to release the Series Two Daily Dose of Torah special edition of The Rabbinic Festivals and Other Special Days. Never has so much information on the minor holidays and fasts been compiled in one volume! Thorough, well-referenced, yet brief and engaging to read, this book was produced by Rabbi Yosaif Asher Weiss and a team of Torah scholars. 

The rabbinic festivals include Chanukah, Purim, Tu b'Shvat, Lag b'Omer, Tu and b'Av. There is a section for each of the Arba' Parshiyos of Parashas Shekalim, Parashas Zachor, Parashas Parah, and Parashas HaChodesh. There is an excellent study of each of the four fasting days of Ta'anis Esther, Asara b'Teves, Sheva Asar b'Tammuz, and Tisha b'Av. You'll also find compelling content on Rosh Chodesh and Shabbos HaGadol. 

This special edition follows the same now-familiar Daily Dose of Torah formatting, with each of the Torah thoughts for the day drawn from the relevant readings of that day or the passages which reflect on them. The Mussar and Siddur selections are thematically related to the particular day(s). Likewise, the Halachah, Mishna, and Gemara portions are specific to each holiday, fast, or special day. 

This is a volume you will use throughout the years as an individual reference or for paired, family, or group learning - a definite "next addition" to your growing library of essential Torah-related texts.

Order the Rabbinic Festivals & Fast Days here

Preview the companion study volume on the Festivals & Days of Awe here.  

To see all the volumes completed to date in the Daily Dose series, click here

Sefer Mishlei - Book of Proverbs - Is Now Complete! Volume Two Released!

Mishlei, in the famed ArtScroll Tanach Series, is now complete — volume 2 is here! King Solomon's Book of Mishlei/Proverbs is a guide to life. Its every line is a precious lode of wisdom, guidance, inspiration, and insight. The greatest minds and hearts of our history - from the sages of the Talmud to the thinkers, leaders, and ethicists of modern times - have mined every phrase of this book.
The result is here, in this magnificent volume, by two consummate scholars and teachers who faithfully communicate the wisdom of the wisest of men, as understood by the classic commentators.
This new volume includes a broad and brilliant treatment of Eishes Chayil - Solomon's tribute to the jewish wife and mother.
Since volume 1 appeared several years ago, the public has clamored for volume 2. Here it is! If you have volume 1, you'll welcome this one. If you don't - get both volumes without delay.

From the author of Uninterrupted Journey, a new novel about good people in conflict!

In a profound exposé of human emotions under pressure, One Flight Up by Rachel Schorr is a novel like few before it, daring to explore real-world interpersonal conflicts with candor and blunt honesty. Set in Israel, where day to day living is often abrasively demanding, this novel traces the emotional odyssey of a young couple, Avi and Tzippy Greenwald, who wish to enlarge their two-bedroom apartment to make life more comfortable for their eight children. According to Israeli law, the consent of all apartment owners is required before anyone undertakes any major building project. The Greenwald's are stunned that the Brecher's, an elderly couple whom they regard as their adopted Bubby and Zaidy, are the only ones in their building who are unalterably opposed to the renovation.
Despite great acts of kindness, alternating with cold acts of neglect, nothing changes the Brecher's obdurate resistance to the young family's plea for consent. The neighbors weigh in and the situation escalates into a war of words and ill-will.
The Brecher's never disclose the reasons for their strange refusal, even during the waning months of their lives. After her husband's death, Mrs. Brecher entrusts a diary to Tzippy Greenwald. This moving document will eventually become instrumental in changing perceptions, and will be a key to solve much that had previously appeared puzzling and incomprehensible. Subtle, absorbing, and replete with surprises, One Flight Up is more than just "a great read." It's a novel that delivers a story line that leaves the reader guessing until the last chapter.

Monday, September 3, 2007

Way Beyond Borscht - But We've Got Borscht Too!

Over 230,000 copies of the Kosher by Design series of cookbooks have found their way into kitchens across the Jewish world. Each of the four books contains fabulous recipes you’ll love to make for Rosh Hashanah. Home cooks will be delighted to know that author Susie Fishbein is planning to release a Pesach-friendly collection of old and new recipes in the early spring.

Those who savor the traditional foods of the Alter Heim will love
A Taste of Nostaglia by Rabbi Abraham Twerski and Mrs. Judi Dick, featuring authentic recipes and memorable stories that nourish body and soul.

Divrei Torah from HaRav Henoch Leibowitz

Rare it is that one person was a rosh yeshivah for over six decades in the same institution. Continuing his Sladodka legacy for over 63 years, HaRav Henoch Leibowitz zt"l, Rosh Yeshivah of Yeshivas Chaim,  trained thousands of students who today influence the advance of Torah worldwide. Two of his students, Rabbi Aryeh Stricks and Rabbi Shimon Zehnwirth, have compiled many of the Rosh Yeshivah’s divrei Torah on the parsha into the just-released Pinnacle of Creation: Torah Insights into Human Nature. This book presents the pristine views of the Rosh Yeshivah, based on the teachings of the Alter of Slabodka and faithfully brought down to our day.

Harav Leibowitz first book of divrei Torah with ArtScroll, compiled by the same former students, is entitled Majesty of Man and has been a classic source of wisdom and inspiration for well over a decade. Reviews Conversations With Yourself; JWR features Audio Excerpts, arguably one of the most heavily trafficked of all Jewish content sites, has featured a detailed review of Rabbi Zelig Pliskin's new Conversations With Yourself. To read the review, click HERE.

Also, is featuring audio excerpts from Conversations With Yourself each weekday. These 3-5 minute segments offer insight and inspiration and have motivated many people to acquire the book for themselves and others! You can access the audio archive for Conversations With Yourself HERE.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Holy Woman Author Publishes New Book This Week!

Eighteen months ago, who could have predicted that Sara Yoheved Rigler’s book Holy Woman would become the second bestselling biography in ArtScroll’s history? Many readers have declared it to be one of the most important mussar books they’ve ever read. A leading Lakewood Rosh Yeshivah urged all of his married students to buy the book -- not for their wives, but for themselves to read!

In time for the reflective month of Elul, ArtScroll is releasing Sara Rigler’s new book, Lights from Jerusalem: reflections on growth in the Holy City. Comprising over 50 thought-provoking essays, Rigler’s work demonstrates a depth and breadth of practical Torah perspective, while speaking to the heart of many contemporary concerns. Much of the content from Lights from Jerusalem was originally featured on, the mega-site of Aish HaTorah which receives over two millions visitors monthly.

Learning Shevi’is in Advance of Shemitta Year

This Elul culminates with the onset of a Shemittah year in Eretz Yisrael. In preparation for observing its Torah-mandated agricultural laws, tens of thousands of Jews -- especially in Israel -- are studying the laws of Shemittah, just as it is a universal practice to study the laws pertaining to a Jewish holiday thirty days prior to its arrival. The primary Talmudic source of these complex laws is Tractate Shev'is in the Tamud Yerushalmi -- which has been a problem for centuries, due to the great difficulty of, and shortage of commentaries on Yerushalmi. Thus it has been nearly impossible for most Jews to study the source of the laws. They have been linguistically locked out -- until this year.
For the first time in history, the Torah public has in-depth access to . Both volumes of the English elucidation of Shevi’is are available in Judaica bookstores nationwide. Volume 1 of the Hebrew edition is also in print, with Volume 2 scheduled for release next month.
In addition, the Hebrew language Ryzman Edition of Mishnah Shevi’is is available to study the tractate solely from the Mishnah. This edition includes the commentary of R’ Ovadiah of Bertinoro [the “Rav.”] The anthologized commentary, edited by Rabbi Pesach Goldman, was composed in consultation with Jerusalem’s famed Kollel for Agricultural Halachah, directed by Rabbi Yosef Efrati and guided by Maran Rabbi Yosef Shalom Eliashiv shlit”a. And, of course, the English-language Mishnah Shevi'is is available, as well.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Talking to Yourself? Here’s How!

In the Introduction of his latest book Conversations With Yourself, Rabbi Zelig Pliskin enthuses, “The quality of your life is the quality of your on-going self-talk!" Throughout the book, Rabbi Pliskin guides the reader to become aware of mental chatter and to transform it into a steady stream of purposeful thought. After the first three chapters, readers may sense themselves achieving an inner strength previously unrealized. Drawing on the wisdom of the Jewish sages, his personal humor, and experiences common to all, Rabbi Pliskin details how anyone can shift habituated negative self-talk into a positive inner dialogue. Rabbi Pliskin adds, “We were all taught to speak appropriately to rebbes, teachers, parents, and even our siblings. But taught us how to speak appropriately to ourselves? Now we can remedy that!” The book releases to Judaica stores this week.

To read a short review of Conversations With Yourself, click HERE.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Students Leaving to Israel for the Year?

New and returning students to Eretz Yisrael for the approaching year will welcome a set of essential ArtScroll books. With so many of ArtScroll’s volumes now available in travel and pocket size editions, students appreciate the peace of mind that comes from having everything needed before departure.

Here’s a list of suggested ArtScroll resources for your traveling son or daughter, all available in a travel friendly pocket size edition. (Note: ArtScroll recently published the popular Ner Naftali siddur which is widely used throughout Israel. Also, hardback and soft back Siddurim and Machzorim are available in nusach Sefard and Ashkenaz.)

Travel size volumes:
Stone Tanach Five Megillos Chumash with Rashi TehillimInterlinear Tehillim Complete Siddur Interlinear Siddur Women’s Siddur Ner Naftali Siddur (for Israel)MachzorimChofetz Chaim Lesson A Day Perek Shirah Pirkei Avos MishnaGemara (Travel edition)Daily Dose of Torah

Thursday, July 12, 2007

A Jerusalem Prescription for Elul -

Ascending Jacob's Ladder is a profound volume examining deeper aspects of ruchniyus in relation to the Jewish holidays and Jewish life. Author Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Hillel, Rosh Yeshivah of Jerusalem's Yeshivat Ahavat Shalom, is a renowned Kabbalist and an eloquent writer and teacher. He draws from Torah, Midrash, Mussar, and Kabbalah sources to create an extraordinary spiritual journey through this world and into the next. His commentary on Elul is particularly noteworthy as a personal preparation for the Days of Awe. Written on a popular level, Ascending Jacob's Ladder explores the fundamentals of Jewish life, including Shabbos, the Festivals, prayer, teshuvah, Torah study, the Jewish home and the wisdom of Kabbalah.

Yevamos 3 Hebrew Edition On the Way

Just in time for the Daf HaYomi schedule, ArtScroll is releasing Yemamos 3 in both the Schottenstein Hebrew edition of the Talmud Bavli and the Travel Edition of the Gemara. The distinctive, blue-covered Hebrew exposition of the Gemara has drawn high praise from scholars and lay learners alike, and is enormously popular in Israeli chassidic and yeshivah circles.

Important Note: The Schottenstein English edition of Yevamos 3 was not available during the previous cycle of the Daf HaYomi. Order now to make sure your copy arrives in time for scheduled learning of these blatt Gemora.

Gemara on the Go -

This year summer travelers are trekking lighter since the publication of the Travel Edition of the Schottenstein English Talmud. Each volume of the Travel Edition is less than a third the weight of the regular hard-cover Daf Yomi Edition. While it includes every word of the English commentary found in the full-size edition, it is bound as a durable paperback book that slips easily into a briefcase or carry-on bag. At less than $10.00 per volume, the Travel Edition is as light on the pocket as it is in the luggage.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

The Book that Can’t Be Bought -

Each year, just before Rosh Hashanah, the Mesorah Heritage Foundation publishes the Heritage Desk Diary, a popular volume which cannot be purchased in any bookstore. The Diary includes such useful and valued information as a sixteen-month weekly planner, a nine-year Jewish holiday schedule, sidebars highlighting special prayers for special occasions, candle lighting times for over 100 US and world cities, schedules for Daf HaYomi and Mishna Yomi schedule, weekly insights from classic and contemporary Torah Sages, and information about the festivals. There’s plenty of room, as well, for managing the personal or business details of one’s busy life.

The Heritage Desk Diary is not for commercial sale. It is available as a thank you gift for supporting the advance of Torah literacy through the Mesorah Heritage Foundation. For a contribution of $36 or more, you will receive the beautiful, hardbound sixteen-month Desk Diary. For a contribution of $18, you will receive the pocket edition of the twelve-month Heritage Personal Planner. Rabbi Nosson Scherman comments, “The insights and information in these diaries have inspired quite a few people to enroll their children in Jewish day schools.”

The Mesorah Heritage Foundation has recruited over 100 scholars in America, Europe and Israel to produce an English-language Torah literature that will endure for generations. Three major projects are currently underway: the Schottenstein Edition of the Jerusalem Talmud in English and Hebrew, the Ramban on Chumash, and the Kleinman Edition of Limud Yomi – A Daily Dose of Torah. In the foreseeable future, the Foundation plans to launch an English language elucidation of Midrash Rabbah. Anyone desiring to support the Foundation’s vital research work can contact its office at 1-718-921-9000.

Visit Eastern Europe without Leaving Home –

In Traveling with the Maggid, Rabbi Paysach Krohn takes us on a tour of the Torah heritage of Lithuania and Belarus. This is an exquisite volume with over 150 full-color pictures and Rabbi Krohn's moving depictions of great men and their communities. In this unique book, the Maggid escorts us through the great Torah centers of yesteryear. A gentleman who traveled with Rabbi Krohn says “The book is a virtual time machine. It guides us through the eras and places that produced the Vilna Gaon, Reb Chaim Volozhiner, the Chofetz Chaim, the Gerrer Rebbes, Reb Yerucham and many more gedolim. Rabbi Krohn has recaptured the world that still flavors our Jewish existence every single day.” Rabbi Krohn also produced a three-part CD-Rom video documentary of this moving tour, called “Catching Sacred Letters”.

Monday, July 2, 2007

From the (E)-Mail Bag:

YS of Far Rockaway NY asks, “What’s the best ArtScroll book to give my co-worker who wants to learn more about Judaism?”

Answer: Take a look at Gateway to Judaism: The What, How, and Why of Jewish Life by Rabbi Mordechai Becher. Sensible, contemporary, inspiring, and witty, it is a thorough treatment of the essentials of Torah thought and practice.

Three Weeks – Nine Days – One Purpose –

This week’s fast of Shivah Asar b’Tammuz signals the onset of the Three Weeks, a time to remember tragedy and exile, but also for personal reflection and rectification. Many ArtScroll volumes strengthen that spiritual and moral aspiration.

One of the earliest (1976), authored by Rabbi Meir Zlotowitz and Rabbi Nosson Scherman, is Megillas Eichah, with an anthologized commentary that elucidates Yirmiyahu Hanavi’s lamentations on the Churban. Subsequently (1992), ArtScroll published Tishah B’Av, which incorporates Tishah B’Av sources, a digest of the laws, the history of the period from Tanach and Chazal, and much inspirational commentary on the day. Many readers say this book helps them prepare not only for the Three Weeks, but for the month of Elul and the Yamim Noraim.

Tractate Gittin vol.2 (55b-58a), in the Schottenstein Edition, elucidates the passages detailing the tragedies of the Churban. On Tishah B’Av many learn the Book of the Iyov/Job. Last year (2006), ArtScroll published Rav Schwab on Iyov, in which Rav Shimon Schwab zt”l brilliantly illuminates the profound messages of this very difficult book of Jewish scripture.

For the Tishah B’Av service, ArtScroll offers a complete siddur, available in Ashkenaz and Sefard versions, which includes the Kinnos, with translation and commentary by Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Feuer and Rabbi Avie Gold. This work makes it possible for everyone to understand the very difficult and very moving Kinnos.

To help children grasp the message of the Three Weeks, Yaffa Ganz created Tishah B’Av with Bina, Benny, and Chaggai Yonah. Engagingly and enjoyably, it teaches the major historical themes of the Three Weeks.

May this year bring the fulfillment of the prophecy that these days will be transformed from sadness to joy.

First Printing of Reb Chatzkel Nearly Sold Out!

The Mirrer Yeshivah is forever linked to its remarkable Mashgiach, Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein zt”l, reverently known as “Reb Chatzkal”. His incomparable leadership preserved the spirit and unity of the yeshiva during the five war-torn Shanghai years, when the Yeshivah blossomed despite privation and danger. After the War, he became Mashgiach of Ponevezh and helped lead the spiritual rebirth of the Torah world. Rabbi Yitzchak Kasnett of Cleveland has written a biographical masterpiece, featuring memories from Reb Chatzkel’s family and talmidim, personal correspondence and never-before-published shmuessen, photographs and documents. Reb Chatzkel’s talmidim call the book a brilliant portrait of the luminous sage. A large second printing is on the way.

Friday, June 22, 2007

A Daily Dose of Torah Vol 11 Released

The Kleinman Edition of A Daily Dose of Torah has become a systematic, 18-minute a day program for thousands of Torah learners. Offering a daily six-part focus on Torah, Mishnah, Gemara, halacha, mussar, and tefilah, the Daily Dose series nears conclusion with the release this week of Vol. 11, covering the four weeks of Parshiyos Mattos through Va’Eschanan. Plans are in motion to reissue the 14 volumes as a specially boxed set in time for Parashas Bereishis.

Rav Lau on Pirke Avos Set Completed

The long-awaited third and final volume of Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau’s comprehensive commentary on Pirke Avos (the Ethics of the Fathers) is ready to ship to a Judaica store near you. A rich and eloquent exposition of the fifth and sixth perakim, this third volume is brimming with insights, history, anecdotes, and wise principles for character development. One of the youngest survivors of the Buchenwald death camp, Rav Lau grew up under the influence of great Torah leaders. A renowned teacher of Torah, Rav Lau is the former Chief Rabbi of Israel. He is currently the Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv. A profound work by a world-class teacher, the completed set of Rav Lau on Pirke Avos is sure to become a classic.

It is a centuries-old custom to study the six-chapter tractate of Pirkei Avos on the Shabbat afternoons between Passover and Rosh Hashanah. ArtScroll has produced over 20 different versions of this masterpiece of Jewish ethical thought, including a version for children. To see the complete line, click HERE.

Monday, June 18, 2007

ArtScroll Adds Live Help and Call Back Option to Online Customer Service

You're under pressure. You've got 10 minutes to order a bar mitzvah gift online before leaving for an important business lunch. But after wading through eight web pages of books, you haven't a clue what to get. Suddenly, an IM (instant message) pops up on your screen: Hello, my name is Goldy. How can I help you? With a few key strokes and links, Goldy guides you to a wonderful selection you hadn't thought of. You choose the best shipping option, which will include a personal Mazel Tov card from you, and the transaction concludes. You're off to lunch and the Bar Mitzvah package is already being processed through the shipping department. Welcome to ArtScroll's new online Live Help! customers report high satisfaction from the newly installed Live Help feature, available during business hours (9:00AM-5:30PM Eastern time). Before and after business hours, customers can select the "Request a Call Back" option. An ArtScroll online representative will call you the next business day.

More Straight Talking Advice from Rabbi Abraham Twerski

There's something about a newspaper advice column that fascinates readers and keeps them coming back for more. Rabbi Abraham Twerski's popular weekly column in Hamodia, Seeking Solutions, is no exception. People love it. Not one to miss a publishable opportunity, Rabbi Twerski gathered up a number of his favorites reponses to readers' questions which ArtScroll published last summer as Dear Rabbi, Dear Doctor: The renowned rabbi-psychiatrist gives straight answers to tough questions

The content proved to be so popular in book form that ArtScroll decided to release Dear Rabbi, Dear Doctor 2, a second volume with all new content - including some that was never published. Fresh off the bindery assembly, Dear Rabbi Dear Doctor 2 is on its way to a Judaica bookstore near you - or you can order it right now at 20% off during the annual BookWeek Sale, going on now until June 25.

Rabbi Twerski has authored over 50 books during his professional career as a renowed therapist and addictions specialist. A descendant of an illustrious chassidic dynasty, Rabbi Twerski has written 29 of his books with ArtScroll, a complete list of which is available here.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

The Ultimate Way to Keep Foods Warm on Shabbos

There's more to than books, audio, and software. Here's a state-of-the-art kitchen product we found that is purely life-enhancing. Now you can keep prepared foods warm on Shabbos without overheating the kitchen! This deluxe glass-top warming tray is easy to use, easy to clean, and easy to store.

Your deluxe warming tray includes:
Sturdy aluminum side carry handles
300 watts power for quick warming
On-off switch
Red pilot indicator light for safety
Variable temperature control dial with removable knob- minimum 110°F, maximum 230°F
Handy storage bag
One year limited warranty
Two sizes available: Full-size 24"x20" and Half-size 12"x20"

This new product is ready for shipping the week of June 19. Order now and get free shipping. For details, click HERE.

This product is not intended for cooking. The laws of preparing and heating food for use on Shabbos are very complex. Our best-selling title, The Shabbos Kitchen, discusses many of these laws. However, please consult your Rabbi about how to use this product properly on Shabbos.

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Breakthrough New Halachic Series for Daily Living -

Rabbi Simcha Bunim Cohen’s popular books on the laws of Shabbos and Yom Tov have clarified complex questions of halachah for tens of thousands of Jewish homes worldwide. Last week, ArtScroll published the first volume in Rabbi Cohen’s much-anticipated new series on the Laws of Daily Living. Heralded as a “Kitzur Shulchan Aruch for our time”, this comprehensive volume provides a clearly delineated halachic guide which examines: Morning Routines, Preparations for Prayers, Tallis, Tefillin, the Berachos, Amen, and Pesukei Dezimrah. Dedicated by the Taub family of Lawrence NY, this significant new text is already generating strong and positive feedback from scholars and lay readers.

Just in Time for the Year of Shemittah

Next year in Israel is a Shemittah year, wherein according to biblical law, the land is to lie fallow every seventh year. There are many important aspects of halachah (Jewish law) which apply to this practice. Because of its timely relevance, ArtScroll's editors of the Jerusalem Talmud gave priority to completing Yerushalmi Mesechta Shevi’is, which is the primary source for the laws of Shemittah. since there is no gemara on Shevi’is in the Talmud Bavli. So far Mesechta Shevi’is complete in two volumes in English. Volume 1 in Hebrew has been published and volume 2 will be released in August. Already numerous groups have undertaken study of the mesechta, here and in Israel. Rabbis and laymen now have access to a clear and authoritative resource for studying the Talmudic basis for Hilchos Shevi’is, which was previously available only to accomplished talmidei chachamim. ArtScroll has also published the Ryzman Hebrew Edition of Mishna Shevi'is, which is available in full and pocket size.

Talmud Yerushalmi: the next frontier

The monumental fifteen-year, 73-volume Schottenstein English Edition of the Talmud Bavli was completed in March 2005, but that was only the stimulus for a new beginning. Work was already underway on an unprecedented new project: the Schottenstein Edition of Talmud Yerushalmi, in Hebrew and English. For over 1600 years, the Yerushalmi has been a sealed treasure to all but the most outstanding Torah scholars. The editors of ArtScroll felt that they should undertake the same sort of commentary to Yerushalmi that they had done to the Bavli.

But before undertaking this 12-year, 47-volume project, it was necessary to consult Da’as Torah. Rabbis Meir Zlotowitz and Nosson Scherman sought the guidance of Hagaon Harav Yosef Shalom Eliashiv and Hagaon Harav Chaim Kanievsky in Israel, and the leading roshei hayeshivah in America. They gave their approval and warm encouragement, so the work was begun. So far ArtScroll has released Mesechtos Berachos (1 & 2), Peah, Ma’asros, and Shevi’is in English. Accolades have not stopped pouring in. To browse the Jerusalem Talmud category at, please click the image of the book or click here.

Life Is A Test Going International

The impact of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis’ Life Is A Test has been extraordinary. Now in its fourth impression since Nov. 7 (over 30,000 copies in print) , this remarkable book is literally changing lives across the English-speaking world. A Spanish and a Hebrew edition are in preparation now, with plans for other languages in the coming year. Over the next few months, Rebbetzin Jungreis plans to present her Life Is A Test message in France, Venezuela, Argentina, the UK, Israel, and South Africa.

"Holy Woman" on Tour

Two years ago, ArtScroll published Holy Woman: The road to greatness of Rebbetzin Chaya Sara Kramer, written by Sara Yoheved Rigler, a seasoned writer who was privileged to have a close relationship with Rebbetzin Kramer. This remarkable book, now in its seventh printing, has rocketed to become ArtScroll’s second bestselling biography. A featured columnist for Aish HaTorah, Mrs. Rigler anticipates a second new book through ArtScroll in August. She is currently on a whirlwind speaking tour America. She is speaking twice in the NYC area this week - tonight (Wed) at Congregation Aish Kodesh in Woodmere NY and Sunday night, June 17 at the Bialystocker Shul, 7-11 Willett St., Lower East Side of Manhattan. For information, call 718-921-9000, ext. 226.

To learn more about the book Holy Woman, click here.