Sign In | Register

Jewish book


Recent Arrivals in Jewish

Jewish

We can help you find the jewish books you are looking for. As the world's largest independent marketplace for new, used and rare books, you always get the best in service and value when you buy from Biblio.com, and all of your purchases are backed by our return guarantee.


Top Sellers in Jewish

Jewish Books & Ephemera


  • BUY NOW

    $10.00

    A DAY IN REGENSBURG by OPATOSHU, JOSEPH

    1968. OPATOSHU, Joseph. A DAY IN REGENSBURG. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1968. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First American Edition. Nr. fine (tiny rubbed spot half-title page); moderate wear & soil to the white d/j. $10.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $30.00

    WHEN I LEFT MY VILLAGE by Schur, Maxine Rose

    NY: Dial, 1995. Hard Cover. Fine in a Near Fine dustjacket. Juvenile story based in the plight and escape of the Ethiopian Jews.. First Edition, First Printing. Illus. by Brian Pinkney.


  • BUY NOW

    AUD $106.40

    The Forefathers: A Dictionary of Biography of the Jews of Australia 1788-1830 by Levi, John Simon

    Australian Jewish Historical Society, 1976.. 8vo. softcover. 139pp. Very good. Spine & covee edges faded. A special publication of the Australian Jewish Historical Society. Limited edition of 1000 numbered copies. This copy #334. .


  • BUY NOW

    $45.00

    MEANING OF MARRIAGE AND FOUNDATIONS OF THE FAMILY by GOLDSTEIN, Sidney E

    1940. GOLDSTEIN, Sidney E. MEANING OF MARRIAGE AND FOUNDATIONS OF THE FAMILY: A JEWISH INTERPRETATION. NY: Bloch Publishing, 1940. Small 8vo., navy-blue cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition. Signed by Goldstein on front endpaper. Good (sunned spine, ink presentation on front endpaper). $45.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $15.00

    THE REDEMPTION OF THE UNWANTED by SACHAR, Abram L

    1983. SACHAR, Abram L. THE REDEMPTION OF THE UNWANTED: FROM THE LIBERATION OF THE DEATH CAMPS TO THE FOUNDING OF ISRAEL. NY: St. Martin's/Marek, [1983]. Small quarto, cloth and boards in dust jacket. First Edition, first printing. Signed presentation from Sachar on the front endpaper: "For Sophie and Saul with all good wishes, Abram L. Sachar. 1983." Very Good; few tiny tears d/j. $15.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $45.00

    THE WORLD OF MOSES MAIMONIDES: WITH SELECTIONS FROM HIS WRITINGS by MINKIN, Jacob S

    1947. MINKIN, Jacob S. THE WORLD OF MOSES MAIMONIDES: WITH SELECTIONS FROM HIS WRITINGS. NY: Thomas Yoseloff, [1947]. Small 4to, blue cloth. First Edition. Signed presentation from Minkin on front endpaper. Very Good. $45.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $125.00

    JEWISH NOTABLES IN AMERICA by SIMONHOFF, Harry

    1956. SIMONHOFF, Harry. JEWISH NOTABLES IN AMERICA: 1776-1865 LINKS IN AN ENDLESS CHAIN. Foreword by Dr. David de Sola Pool. NY: Greenberg, [1956]. 8vo., tan cloth in dust jacket; 402 pages. First Edition. A scarce title telling the story of an outstanding American Jew for each year from American Independence through the Civil War. Apparently most copies went to libraries and few ever appear in the marketplace. Signed presentation from Simonhoff on the front endpaper: "To Glenn Morton Datnoff, with regards and best wishes, Henry Simonhoff. Aug. 1, 1962. Wildacres." Wildacres Retreat is located in Little Switzerland, North Carolina. Datnoff's family ran Zerdin's clothing store in Hickory, NC. He is buried in the Hebrew Cemetery in Mecklenburg County, NC. Very Good (little tanning endpapers); little edgewear & browning (tiny chip) d/j. $125.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $50.00

    SHIELD OF DAVID: THE STORY OF ISRAEL'S ARMED FORCES by ALLON, Yigal

    1970. ALLON, Yigal. SHIELD OF DAVID: THE STORY OF ISRAEL'S ARMED FORCES. NY: Random House, [1970]. Small quarto, cloth in dust jacket. First American Edition. Allon, a major-general who was also a Knesset member and Minister of Labor, recounts the history of the Israeli military from Hashomer, to the Zion Mule Corps, to the present day. Signed by Allon on the title pagre and dated by him "Jerusalem, 1976." Near fine; few minor tears d/j. $50.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $46.00

    The Rothschilds : a family portrait. [Are they still there?; Jew Street; Five flying carpets; Rothschild versus Napoleon; Mishpoche Magnificence; Running Europe; Mishpoche Junior; No More Plumed Hats; Hitler Versus Rothschild; Dynasty Turns Jet] by Morton, Frederic, 1925-

    New York : Atheneum, 1962, ©1961., 1962. Good. 12th printing ; 305 pp. ; illus. 22 cm. ; LCCN: 62-7938 ; LC: HG1552.R8; Dewey: 923.34 ; grey and red cloth with gold and silver lettering in color pictorial, nicked dustjacket with tear at top of dustjacket spine ; "For the last 150 years the hi story of the House of Rothschild has been to an amazing extent the backstage history of western Europe. How the Rothschilds gained eminence and kept it to this day is a phenomenon that transcends business ability. It is rooted in the virtuoso use o f the family as a power unit." ; slight wear, else G/G


  • BUY NOW

    $50.00

    JEWS IN AMERICAN WAR by FREDMAN, J. George

    1943. FREDMAN, J. George. [With Louis A. Falk]. JEWS IN AMERICAN WARS. NY: Jewish War Veterans Of the U.S., [1943]. 8vo., blue cloth stamped in gilt. First Edition, fourth printing (so stated). The book documents military contributions by Jews to fight for and support America- issued when much anti-Jewish sentiment was being issued in Germany. Signed inscription by Fredman on the front endpaper: "Compliments of J.G. Fredman. Jan., 26, 1945." Good (some cover wear; contents clean & tight). With a fold-out brochure for the Jewish War Veterans laid in. $50.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $12.45

    Becoming Jewish A Handbook for Conversion by Rabbi Ronald H. Isaacs

    Book is in excellent shape, almost appears to be read and used, minuscule amount of Edge ware, just being existence covers are bright and shiny, interior the book is unmarked. pages--appear darker poor lighting conditions when shot.The easy-to-read style book presents to convert a better understanding of the feelings, inner conflicts that often merge. Both practical, anecdotal insights into many choices potential difficulties surrounding conversion process itself,. Topics of the Jewish holidays, prayers,Helpful for converts. Well written,descriptive. Includes blessings and prayers that you will need to know during the conversion process. Historical information, Jewish holidays, prayers, glossary of terms, available options, challenges to the families & the Jewish community at large..Becoming Jewish: A Handbook for Conversion. Rabbi Ronald H. Isaacs is the spiritual leader of Temple Sholom in Bridge water, New Jersey. He has served as the publications committee chairperson of the Rabbinical Assembly, published more than 100 books that make Jewish learning and lore easily accessible to readers of all ages and beliefs.books are invaluable sources of inspiration and definitive reference works for "regular people." His writing is based on the questions that "inquiring minds" have asked him over his 40-year career - - Becoming Jewish: A Handbook for Conversion Rabbi Ronald H. Isaacs ISBN 10: 0881254851 / ISBN 13: 9780881254853 Pub. - The Rabbinical Assembly, N Y, 1993-paperback, 133 pages, second printing 2005 includes content/index, glossary in rear of book, suggested readings Ruth Reaser..LAX Vespa,Los Angeles Culver City- see pictures maybe this will do it! -At least you know what you're getting into- City- Media Mail USPS-you get the copy you were viewing carefully Drop kick-packed to protect it in - transit Becoming JewishPB 4326 Judaica 5


  • BUY NOW

    $40.00

    IMRUIL by HOWELL, Anthony

    1967. HOWELL, Anthony. IMRUIL: A NATURALIZED VERSION OF HIS ODE-BOOK. London: Barrie & Jenkins, [1967]. Small 8vo., brown cloth stamped in gilt. Signed, Limited Edition of 50 numbered copies. Near fine. $40.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $35.00

    A TALE OF THREE WISHES by Singer, Isaac Bashevis, Illustrated by Irene Lieblich

    NY: FS&G, 1976 Hard Cover. FINE in a Fine dustjacket. FIRST PRINTING. 30 pages, cloth. Story of the legend of Hoshana Rabbah that says that on the last day of the Feast of Tabernacles the sky opens & that anyone who sees it happen will have their wish granted..


  • BUY NOW

    $250.00

    LOST IN AMERICA by SINGER, Isaac Bashevis

    1981. SINGER, Isaac Bashevis. LOST IN AMERICA. Paintings and Drawing by Raphael Soyer. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1981. Small quarto, green printed wraps. Uncorrected Proof Copy- which does not contain the Soyer illustrations, issued in advance of the trade publication. Signed by Singer ("Greetings, I.B. Singer") on the half-title page. Proof copies signed by this Nobel Prize-winning author are scarce. Very Good (little discoloration front cover and faint dampstain lower edge spine). $250.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $350.00

    WITHOUT PREJUDICE by ZANGWILL, Israel

    1897. ZANGWILL, Israel. WITHOUT PREJUDICE. NY: The Century Co., 1897. Small 8vo., peach-colored cloth, stamped in gilt & green. First Edition. Signed presentation from Zangwill on the dedication page which merely states "To You" (the dedication copy?): "Madame Cottrelly, a thin book, from I. Zangwill." Madame Cottrelly was director of the Thalia Theatre in New York City, which later became the Bowery Theatre in 1879. The theatre offered primarily German productions but in 1891 converted to Yiddish theatre. I am unsure if this is the dedication copy although Zangwill did go to this page for the inscription. Very Good (little wear & minor bumping covers; some foxing text). $350.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $15.00

    THE WILD GOATS OF EIN GEDI by WEINER, Herbert

    1961. WEINER, Herbert. THE WILD GOATS OF EIN GEDI. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, [1961]. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition, later printing. A report of Rabbi Weiner's 14 trips to Israel to investigate religious life, both Jewish and Christian. Signed presentation from Weiner on the front endpaper: "To Mr. & Mrs. Robert & Ida Friedlander- leaders of a warm and lovely congregation, with best wishes, Herbert Weiner. April 23, 1963." Very Good; some rubbing (few tears & creases rear panel) d/j. $15.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $20.00

    B-G: FIGHTER OF GOLIATHS: THE STORY OF DAVID BEN-GURION by SAMUELS, Gertrude

    1961. SAMUELS, Gertrude. B-G: FIGHTER OF GOLIATHS: THE STORY OF DAVID BEN-GURION. Photographs by the Author. NY: Thomas Y. Crowell, [1961]. 8vo., cloth in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed presentation by Samuels on front endpaper: "For Mr. Mackel, with love. L'chaim! Gertrude. June, 1961." Near fine; some soil d/j. $20.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $250.00

    THE CASE FOR THE JEWS by GRIBETZ, Louis J

    1930. GRIBETZ, Louis J. THE CASE FOR THE JEWS. An Interpretation Of Their Rights Under The Balfour Declaration And The Mandate For Palestine. NY: Bloch Publishing Company, 1930. 12mo., blue cloth stamped in gilt, 126 pages. First Edition. Gribetz, who was a speaker for the New York Zionist Organization, pens an indictment of British rule in Palestine. Signed presentation from Gribetz on the front endpaper: "To Nathaniel Phillips Esq., Sincerely Louis J. Gribetz." Good (little wear & spotting coverswith spine fairly bright, contents clean & tight with little toning endpapers). Books signed by Gribetz are uncommon. $250.00.


  • BUY NOW

    £10.00

    The Rothschilds : a Family Portrait by Morton, Frederic

    Secker, 1963. Hardcover. Good/Acceptable. 1963. 264 pages. Red dust jacket. Binding is firm. Pen inscription to endpaper. Light tanning and thumb marking throughout. Mild foxing, mainly affecting the endpapers and page edges. Mild page scuffing with some dog-eared corners. Sello-tape to some pages to cover small rips. Sello-tape staining to paste down and endpapers. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping. Some light marking. Jacket has light edge wear with some heavy tears and chipping. Mild rubbing and marking. Sello-tape to cover rips and chips.


  • BUY NOW

    $125.00

    THE NEPHTALI by MERTZ, Henriette

    1957. MERTZ, Henriette. THE NEPHTALI: ONE LOST TRIBE. With Two Illustrations. Chicago: Henriette Mertz, [1957]. 8vo., black cloth stamped in gilt; in the original dust jacket. Signed, Limited Edition of 1,000 numbered copies, of which this is copy #315. Despite the number of copies, the signed, limited edition remains uncommon for some reason. Mertz presents the concept that the Native American Indians of the Americas are of Jewish ancestry. Near fine (covers bright; contents clean & tight); some edgewear & moderate soil (short tears with some internal tape mends) d/j. $125.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $45.00

    BASIC JUDAISM by STEINBERG, Milton

    1947. STEINBERG, Milton. BASIC JUDAISM. NY: Harcourt, Brace & Co., [1947]. 8vo., black cloth. First Edition. Signed presentation by Steinberg on front endpaper: "To Mart and Helen. Devotedly, Milton." Good (spine dull). $45.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $25.00

    BEN-GURION: THE BIOGRAPHY OF AN EXTRAORDINARY MAN by ST. JOHN, Robert

    1959. ST. JOHN, Robert. BEN-GURION: THE BIOGRAPHY OF AN EXTRAORDINARY MAN. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959. 8vo., blue and black cloth, with Star of David stamped in gilt, in dust jacket. First Edition. Signed by St. John with "Shalom!" on the front endpaper. Very Good; some rubbing & wear (small creases & tears; price-clipped) d/j. $25.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $50.00

    THE MEANING OF JEWISH HISTORY: TWO VOLUMES by AGUS, Jacob Bernard

    1963. AGUS, Jacob Bernard. THE MEANING OF JEWISH HISTORY. Two Volumes. NY: Abelard-Schuman, [1963]. 8vo., tan cloth in dust jackets. First Edition. Signed presentation from Agus on the front endpaper of volume one: "To Phil and Selma Sokol, in friendship and high esteem, Jacob." Near fine (contents clean & tight); little edgewear (few short tears) d/js. $50.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $15.00

    THE JOURNEY HOME by ANTLER, Joyce

    1997. ANTLER, Joyce. THE JOURNEY HOME. NY: The Free Press, [1997]. 8vo., boards in dust jacket; 410 pages. First Edition, first printing. Signed presentation by Antler on front endpaper. Fine in fine d/j. $15.00.


  • BUY NOW

    $325.00

    Hungry Hearts by Yezierska, Anzia

    New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1920. First Printing 1st Printing. Hardcover. Good. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. First Edition. Good/No Jacket. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1920. Book. Good. First Edition. 298 pp. Brown cloth binding with black titles. Spine cloth darkened, spine titles faded but clear, spine ends frayed, light soiling to covers, corners bumped, interior toned, spine a bit shaky but hinges and text secure, corner of page 9 torn off not affecting text, text clean, prior owner's pencil signature on front endpaper. Yezierska's first book, a collection of short stories previously published in magazines, and later made into a movie, about Jewish immigrant ghetto life on the Lower East Side of New York. Very scarce first printing of author's first book. <br /><br /> <br/><br/>


Browse all Jewish