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Eliyahu Ki Ṭov
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The Book Of Our Heritage: The Jewish Year And Its Days Of Significance

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1050 pages
Published 1999 by Feldheim Publishers
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Steven Drachman
Sep 21, 2013 Steven Drachman rated it it was amazing
The second most important book in my library, next to the Tanakh itself. It's worth carrying around with you wherever you go (if you buy the small version, split up into three volumes, each of which can fit easily in a jacket pocket). Filled with insight, legend and commentary (often expressing both sides of a question), divided up by day of the year and specific instructions, so you will always know the significance of the day that you're living through TODAY. You will never again forget to ...more
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What kept me awake and in shul during davening on yomim tovim for years.
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