Monday, June 30, 2008

Inside ArtScroll -- Week of June 30 08

While many good things come in small packages, at ArtScroll some of our very best things come in small packages, as well. With our travel-size editions, you can take along many of your favorite seforim for learning during your summer travels.

There’s the Sapirstein edition of the Torah with Rashi’s commentary, published in
17 pocket-size small volumes. Each one is small enough to fit into a pocket or purse, yet easy to read, with all the features of the full-size edition.

The Stone Chumash is the world's most popular edition of the Torah with English translation and commentary. ArtScroll offers a
small, five-volume edition of the Stone Chumash that is comfortable on the eyes – yet each volume takes so little space to carry.

During the summer months we review the tractate of Pirke Avos, the Ethics of the Fathers. ArtScroll recommends our
small three-volume edition of this ethical gem with the commentary of Rabbi Moshe Lieber. Each volume is just 4”x6” and so easy to take with you.

Saying Tehillim, the book of Psalms – today it’s so important. And all the more so to say Tehillim with understanding. We’ve published
a five-volume mini-edition of Rabbi Avraham Chaim Feuer’s outstanding commentary on Tehillim. Brimming with over 2,000 years of rabbinic insight and perspectives on the Psalms, this travel-size edition is ideal for car or office – perfect for filling a few free minutes with meaning, reflection, and prayer.

ArtScroll’s Yad Avrohom edition of the Mishnah has been years in the making. Five of the six sedarim are complete and the final one – Seder Tohoros – will soon be concluded. Beside the popular full-size edition of the Mishnah, you can purchase
a travel version of each Seder, stored in its own boxed set, which includes the commentary of the Rav. Just slip a volume into your pocket or briefcase. Now you can make a siyum on a tractate anywhere – or just stay current with your seder limud. And for Gemara on the go, check out the Travel Edition of the Schottenstein Talmud Bavli.

Here’s a triple header for your portable library –
a travel-size edition of the Schottenstein Interlinear Weekday Siddur (Ashkenaz or Sefard), the Interlinear Shabbos Siddur (Ashkenaz or Sefard), and the Interlinear Sefer Tehillim. Small in size yet big in value, interlinear is the ideal format for those who appreciate having an English translation immediately under the Hebrew text.

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