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Faith Unravels 
Rabbi Daniel Greyber shares his own painful experience as a "forgotten mourner" in a personal story of "faith lost and regained anew." 
The Observant Life 
Combining the timeless teachings of Judaism on a range of expected and unexpected topics, with a keen sensitivity to ethics and to the challenges of modern Jewish life, this guide provides a comprehensive and up-to-date answer to an age-old question: What does it mean to be a good Jew? 
But Where Is the Lamb? 
Who hasn't wrestled with God's command to Abraham to sacrifice his son? 
The Worlds of Sholem Aleichem 
Jeremy Dauber, a professor of Yiddish literature at Columbia University, presents a magnificent look at "the Jewish Mark Twain," Sholem Aleichem. 
     Never too late to Luah!     
Luah 5774 
What to say, every day. Special holiday features, background information, and more. 
Luah 5774 Online 
Luah Hashanah 5774 has an online edition! Bookmarks, jump-links and more. Click the image to get all the details!



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Feast of Freedom Haggadah 
Clear instructions and explanations invite active participation of everyone at the Seder table. 
The Discovery Haggadah 
Every part of the seder is introduced with WHY and HOW TO, so everyone can understand and participate. The Discovery Haggadah is great for the classroom, too! 
Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals 
The definitive Conservative siddur, with gender-sensitive language, Shabbat and holiday home rituals, and easy-to-follow layout. 
Mahzor Lev Shalem 
This new classic is the complete liturgy for the High Holy Days. 
          Educators, get ready!          
The Tapestry of Jewish Time 
Judaism's traditional rituals and contemporary innovations are woven together to show how we can both honor and enlarge our tradition, as we also weave in our own personal rituals. 
Early Childhood Shiurim 
Take your staff meetings to the next level with intriguing discussion starters, traditional and alternative texts, and engaging questions. 

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