We are proud to present “Biografye fun a sentimentaler levone”, a collection of wondrous adventure short stories by the world renowned Yiddish writer Michael Felsenbaum. Edited by Eliezer Niborski and Miriam Trinh, foreword by Valery Dymshits and cover art by Stef Sadovnikov. Get your copy at the store!
The third issue of our literary magazine Yidishland is available in the store. A mighty double issue with 113 pages packed with wonderful stories, poems, songs etc, and we are dedicating it to the old Yiddish art of interpretation. This issue’s writers have brought new life to texts in Russian, English, French, Swedish, Ukrainian, Japanese and Polish (to name a few) by translating them to mame-loshn. We are bringing you Yiddish versions of the works of a wide range of world renowned writers like Marina Tsvetaeva, Daniil Kharms, Dovid Knut, Lev Lunts, Osip Mandelstam, Charles Dickens and Meir Shalev, as well as writers you might’ve never heard of before. All in the name of interpretation!
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We are very proud to present the publication of Barry Goldstein’s mighty translation of J R R Tolkien’s classic tale “The Hobbit”. “Der Hobit” is published in a luxurious hardback edition with dustjacket and new amazing cover art by Swedish artist Marta Leonhardt.
“Fantastish!” is a small book of reference for the very youngest fantasy enthusiast. Learn about fantastic beasts and creatures like the Golem, the Mermaid and the Centaur. All in mame-loshn! The book was edited by the esteemed Arun Viswanath.
A small rabbit embarks on a big adventure in outer space. This rhyming book with charming illustrations is about the power of imagination in times of hardship.
The "os-mentshlekh" Alef and Beys are back! This time they explore the human anatomy. A fun and easy way to learn the yiddish names of body parts, limbs and organs.
The two friends Alef and Beys are playing hide-and-seek when Beys mysteriously goes missing. Searching for his friend, Alef navigates through the Hebrew alphabet in a wondrous adventure.
Finally a book for the very youngest yiddishists. "DI FRUKHTN" is a traditional board book with colourful pictures of various fruits and their name in Yiddish.
A marvelous adventure from the 19th century Jewish quarters of Lund, Sweden. A 70 page chapter book by Niklas Olniansky. Edited by the esteemed Yiddish expert Michael Felsenbaum. Magnificent heymish cover artwork by Emma Olausson.
A traditional Yiddish tale by renowned yiddishist Kobi Weitzner z”l, beautifully illustrated by the Swedish artist Linda Siewert. A king embarks on a quest for happiness for his only daughter and finds that he has been looking in all the wrong places.
The second book of our series “a yiddish bikhl far di same yingste”. A colorful “point and learn” picture book with a yiddishn tam! What’s behind the curtain? It appears there’s everything from challah bread to a shofar.