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Malka Touger

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Malka Touger is a world-renowned teacher and lecturer. She has authored and co-authored several best-selling books and produced a number of educational videos in both English and Hebrew. She lives in Har Nof, Jerusalem, with her husband, Rabbi Eliyahu Touger, and their children.
“Oh Mommy,” groaned Ari, “I’m so bored. Being stuck in bed with a broken leg is no fun at all.” Ari’s mother nodded sympathetically. “I agree, Ari. Still, there is a lot of good a person can do even if he stays in one place.” “Like what? If I could go out...
“What is the name of this week’s parshah?” Morah Yaffah asked her fifth-grade class. “Chayei Sarah,” answered many voices together. “That means ‘the life of Sarah,’“ continued Morah Yaffah. “This parshah describes three things that happened after Sarah Im...
Often, Rabbi Weiss, the principal of the Kings Road Talmud Torah, would watch different classes. Today, he was visiting a Chumash lesson in the sixth grade. “And now I have a question for all the talmidei chachomim in kitah vav,” Rabbi Weiss announced wit...
This parshah begins with HaShem’s commandment to Avraham: Lech lecha meartzecha, “Go out from your land.” HaShem is telling Avraham to leave his father’s home in Charan and journey to Eretz Yisrael. But why does HaShem say lech lecha? Why doesn’t He just ...
In this week’s parshah, we read about the Flood and the teivah. The Hebrew word teivah has two meanings. It means “ark,” like the ark which HaShem commanded Noach to build, and it also means “word,” like the words in our siddur and chumash. The instructio...
At the end of each day of Creation, HaShem looked at what He had done so far and “saw that it was good.” The Creation was good — there was light and darkness, heaven and earth, plants and animals — but it wasn’t yet complete. It was only after HaShem crea...
It was early Thursday morning, Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, in the year 5687 (1927). The Previous Rebbe, Rebbe Yosef Yitzchak, was informed that he would soon be released from prison. He would be allowed to spend six hours with his family, but in the evening, he ...
On their way to the lunchroom, Levi and Yossi passed by the first-grade classroom. The first graders were rehearsing the play they were going to put on for the school assembly before Shavuos. “I am the biggest mountain,” one youngster was saying. “Surely ...
The Shapiro family was getting ready for bedikas chometz. “Let’s go, Yossi!” Shmuli urged his younger brother. “Hide your pieces already.” But Yossi was taking his time. “Benny,” Yossi turned to another brother, whispering, “did you hide one of your piece...
Do you wonder why there is more than one Sefer Torah in the Aron Kodesh? That’s because on special occasions, we have to read from more than one. On Shabbos Parshas HaChodesh we read from two Sifrei Torah. And if Rosh Chodesh is on Shabbos, we read from t...
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