Gila Spreads Joy Series

Gila loves Animals, Gila loves her Friends, Gila loves her Family, Gila loves her Neighbors, Gila loves People

The Hammer family lives in a small town called Sun-Valley, where Gila likes to find adventures and look for new ways to help those around her. Enter the lively world of Gila Hammer. Enjoy her adventures as she interacts with her family, friends, animals, and neighbors. You’re bound to have lots of fun with Gila and discover how to spread lots of joy.

Armed with Spirit

A Father’s Advice to his Son in the Israeli Army Based on the Weekly Torah Portion
This book is based on letters that Rabbi Hammer wrote to his son, Yakov, to offer him encouragement and courage during his service in combat in the IDF. Aside from inspiring thoughts, the book offers the reader a sense of what it is like to send a child to the army.

The Family Parsha Book

The Family Parsha Book is a user-friendly sourcebook and educational textbook that will help create the perfect Shabbat atmosphere for parents and children, teachers and students. An engaging and instructive parsha Q&A book for the family and the classroom, The Family Parsha Book will enhance the special interaction that defines the Shabbat table.

Derash Yehonatan

Around the Year with Rav Yehonatan Eybeshitz
Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz of the eighteenth century, was an outstanding Talmudist, halakhist and kabbalist. This work offers selections of his that are most pertinent and poignant, and which enhance one’s enjoyment of the holidays in an intellectually and meaningful way.

The Eybeshitz Haggadah

Experiencing Redemption
Rabbi Yehonatan Eybeshitz of the eighteenth century, was an outstanding Talmudist, halakhist and kabbalist. His unique works and his complex words of Torah are arranged in an organized fashion to offer a most insightful and comprehensive Passover Seder experience. Rabbi Hammer includes his own timely and insightful commentaries that reveal new insights to share around the Seder table; inviting the reader to “experience redemption.”

The Family Rashi Book

Arranged according to an aleph-bet sequence, The Family Rashi Book is a series of questions whose answers are found within the text of Rashi. Its format systematically facilitates reviewing Rashi’s commentary for the weekly Torah portions while customizing it for a variety of ages to enjoy.