Fifty-four rabbis, from all branches of Judaism, tell their favorite storiesclassic Bible stories, rabbinic and modern commentaries, folktales, and legends. Each story, ranging in length from one to seven pages, reflects a Jewish ideal or value and is told in the individual rabbi's unique speaking style. Each concludes with a note from the contributor explaining the story's lesson and why it is the rabbi's favorite.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this book. It's full of a wide range of stories. Very accessible and wonderful to read. I also like that each rabbi says gives their little synopsis of why they chose the story they did.