CHILD OF WAR
by Nachman Seltzer
as told by Arye Leibish Friedman
When he was eight years old, little Leibish had to grow up. Quickly.
With all the many Holocaust histories and memoirs written in the past years, surprisingly few focus on what it was like to be a child during those dark years – for the painful reason that so few children remained to tell the story. Arye Leibish Friedman , scion of a fine Bobover family, was one of those few lucky ones. And he has a remarkable story to tell.
Told by acclaimed author Nachman Seltzer , Leibish’s story of his remarkable survival in wartime Budapest is a dramatic and absorbing tale of faith, miracles, and love.
REMEMBER MY SOUL
What To Do In Memory Of A Loved One – A Path of Reflection and Inspiration for Shiva, the stages of Jewish Mourning and Beyond
by Lori Palatnik with Rabbi Yaakov PalatnikRemember My Soul provides the comforting voice of wisdom at life’s most painful moment.Drawing on decades of experience in Jewish outreach and counseling people who have lost a loved one, this book was written specifically for people with little or no prior knowledge of Judaism and the way Judaism understands and approaches death, loss and mourning. People who have suffered a recent loss-and those for whom a distant loss continues to be a struggle-will find in these pages insight, inspiration and resolution.
Revised and expanded paperback edition.