The Third How to Handbook for Jewish Living

Co-authored by Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky

KTAV Publishing House, 2002


This book is a response to those readers who asked for more how-tos after integrating the various practices and traditions outlined in the first two volumes in this series. In this third and final volume of the How To series, the authors have broadened their perspective to include some practices long-forgotten but nevertheless relevant to the contemporary practice of Judaism. Like the previous volumes, it includes an extensive section on Instant Information. It also includes a comprehensive index for all three volumes.

In this volume is the familiar straightforward and accessible approach that made volumes one and two so popular among those who want a quick and applicable lesson on the sometimes complicated practices of Jewish life. Judaism is not more difficult as you enter its world of practice. It is actually easier. And this volume, which presents some more complicated practices, makes it even more so.

How-tos include:

  • Prepare a Seder
  • Kasher a Home
  • Talk to Your Kids about God
  • Honor the Deceased
  • Do Jewish Meditation
  • Choose a Synagogue


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