Order as a kindle: Go to http://www.amazon.com/ and type in The Strength of Israel (every country has a different link)
Soul Journey: This heartwarming and thought-provoking novel takes you on the spiritual travels of a soul reincarnated through five periods of Jewish history from the birth of the Jewish nation to the present. As it refines itself, the soul attains loftier levels as it strives to achieve perfection and find its way back "Home" With an approbation by Rabbi Zev Leff. Melech Publications.
"So marvelous, so poignant, so well-written" Sheindel Weinbach
"This novel has a lot of merit as a literary work." Miriam Zakon
Parenting by the Book: A Weekly Portion of Chinuch Banim. The best parenting book is the oldest - the Torah. What better role models for lessons in parenting than the Matriarchs, Patriarchs and leaders of the Jewish people? The weekly Torah portion provides major insights into the complex and essential role and rewarding calling of the Jewish parent.
With approbations by Rabbi Zev Leff, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D. & Dr. Miriam Adahan. Targum Press
Finding the Right Words: A Weekly Portion of Shemiras HaLashon. One of the distinctive characteristics of man is his ability to speak. One of the distinguishing qualities of the Jewish People is their pure and refined speech. Lessons in keeping your speech free from gossip, slander and negativity can be found in every portion of the Torah which teaches us how to use our unique gift of speech to serve God and respect one another.
With a foreword by Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn and an approbation by Rabbi Zev Leff. Targum Press
From Stolin to Tel-Aviv: By Nachum Alovitch. Translated by Rosally Saltsman; with illustrations by Ruti Houpt.
From the lively Jewish town of Stolin, to the bustling Tel-Aviv of the 30s and 40s, this delightful tale tells the true story of Avraham Aharon Alovich, his fortitude, integrity and love of his fellow man. A story of old world charm about eternal values. Melech Publications
"The story is charming, inspiring and educationally valid,"
Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Schwartz