Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

The following books are available here:

 "KING OF SHABBOS"
by Zalman Velvel | Dedication

New book just out with 18 of Zalman’s stories. How often do you read a Funny story that makes you laugh out loud, or an Inspirational story wipe tears from your eyes? Zalman’s funny and inspirational stories have been published around the world and won awards You will know the characters, some of whom might even be you Here, for the first time, is a volume of his most poignant work! Read … enjoy … and become inspired.

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"Willy & Billy"
by Zalman Velvel

Willy & Billy is a hilarious novel about identical twins. Take an exciting journey along with them as they negotiate the world of singletons, un-twins, and become successful standup comedians. When they get signed by a talent agent, a beautiful and successful woman, the fireworks start. It is a dramatic and dynamic story about love and comedy and ambition. You will laugh until your sides hurt, and then feel good you entered their world. It is a book you will read many times.

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"Shalom Also Means Goodbye"
by Zalman Velvel

Israel, according to the Bible, was intended to be God’s dwelling place on earth, and the eternal home to the Jewish people. This is a collection of stories about Israel. Some are about love, because Israel abounds with love: love of God, love of the land, love of the people, love of family and friends, and love of a man and a woman. Some stories are also about War, about hatred and power. That also abounds in Israel. A good question to ask is: Why does God allow such powerful and opposite emotions in the same Holy place?

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"Knuckleballs and other Stories about Teenage Years"
by Zalman Velvel

Our teenage years are a powerful period in our lives. Our hormones are raging as we vacillate between childhood and adulthood. It is a time of pushing boundaries, and exciting exploration. This book will bring you back to those dramatic times though nine powerful stories, many of which won awards, and were published around the world. It is a book you will read many times.

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"The Rabbi's Daughter / The Rabbi's Son / The Goldberg Family Conversion"
by Zalman Velvel

The idea for these novellas appeared one summer day in 2004.

"Zalman," the Rebbetzin asked on shabbos, "would you tell a story to the campers?"

The campers were a group of eighty Hasidic girls, ages ten through fourteen, and their counselors, ages eighteen through twenty. They were spending the summer at his synagogue's sleep-away camp.

So by accident, Zalman found himself in a different role than a story writer, where he had a safe distance from his audience. No, he was going to be up close and personal.

First, he adapted the series, "The Goldberg Family Conversion" to an oral reading. It grew into a novella.

Then he wrote a new series of stories, "The Rabbi's Daughter," about two fourteen year old girls. One was a daughter of a Chabad Rabbi, the other a non-observant girl. They were thrown together by an accident, and a challenging friendship followed. This also grew into a novella.

The Rabbi's Son was the series that followed. It was about the fifteen year old son of a great Rabbi, who was expelled from yeshiva for the third time. Another novella.

Enjoy!

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