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SP ICEHANDLER ----HEBREW BOOKS IN AMERICA
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L
e v i n s o n
, J
a c o b
.
Ha-derash veha-halachah (Sermons and rabbinical law). New
York, 1950. 192 p.
A collection of fifty-two sermons on the book of Genesis and the Jewish
festivals.
Mikraot Gedolot im lamed-bet peirushim (Thirty-two commentaries on the Bible).
New York, Pardes, 1951. 10 vols.
S
t e r n
, T
ib o r
H. Hukat olam (Eternal law). New York, 1950. vol. 1, 350 p.
vol. II, 640 p.
An analysis of a proposed constitution for the State of Israel in the light
of biblical and talmudical interpretations.
T
e l u s h k in
, N
i s s e n
.
Taharat mayim (The purity of water). New York, Shul-
singer, 1950. 294 p.
Laws dealing with ritual purity.
EDUCATION
B
a d e r
, G
e r sh o m
.
Mafteah le-roshe tevot (A key to abbreviations). New York,
Pardes, 1950. 115 p.
B
ia l ik
, M
a n o a h
L .
Gemarah mevoeret (Gemarah explained). New York, Miz-
rachi National Education Committee, 1950. 80 p.
The text of the third chapter of the tractate Baba Mezia is adapted for
beginners.
B
ia l ik
, M
a n o a h
L .
Shabbat (Sabbath). New York, Mizrachi National Educa-
tion Committee, 1950. 96 p.
A textbook presenting a rich exposition of the Sabbath through laws and
customs, stories and poems. Illustrated by David Cohen.
E
d e l s t e in
, M
e n a h em
M. and
T
o b a c k
, B
e n
Z
io n
.
Madrich le-morim (Teachers’
guide). New York, Jewish Education Committee of N. Y., 1950. 110 p.
rev. ed.
For use with beginners in Hebrew schools during the first four or five months.
L
e a f
, R
e u b e n
.
Ozar alefbetim (Hebrew alphabets). New York, Reuben Leaf
Studio, 1950. 23 p. 70 plates.
A history and handbook of Hebrew lettering from 400 B. C. E. to the
present.
L
e w it t e s
, M
o r d e c a i
H. Humash la-talmid (The student Bible). New York,
Hebrew Publishing Co., 1950. 171 p.
Each selection is introduced with an introductory sentence in English and a
simplified vocabulary and is followed by exercises and comments from Rashi.
S
c h a r f s t e in
, Z
v i
.
Let’s talk Hebrew. New York, Shiloh, 1951. 40 p.
This book attempts to enable parents to converse with their children who
are studying Hebrew.