Yeshiva Publications

The Yeshivas Bircas HaTorah staff has published several books. For information on aquiring the book, please contact us.

Rosh HaYeshiva, HaRav Nissim Tagger, Shlita

ספר ברכת התורה על מסכת שבת
Sefer Bircas HaTorah on Maseches Shabbos. The book includes extensive explanations and Chiddushim in the Gemara, Rashi, and Tosafos. The book further makes clarifications in the understanding of the Rishonim and Achronim.


ספר ברכת התורה על הלכות נדה
Sefer Bircas HaTorah on the Laws of Niddah. The book includes explanations and Chiddushim in the Gemara, Poskim, Rishonim, and Achronim.



HaMashgiach, HaRav Asher Baruch Wegbreit, Shlita

 ASHREI: Its Majesty, Meaning and Significance
The Talmud asserts that anyone who recites Ashrei three times a day is guaranteed the World to Come. Yet the Mishnah Berurah declares that this is only  true if we say it with understanding and internalize its profound and vital messages. Though most of us know the words of Ashrei, few of us really understand what we’re saying.  Now, this insightful new commentary based on the Malbim can help you achieve that lofty goal.

 The Power of ALEINU
Aleinu is one of the most ancient prayers of the Jewish people. Even though it is receited multple times a day throughout our lives, most do not understand the depth of its words. The inherent power in this fundamental prayer goes unapreciated. Based on the comments of the Abudraham, the author opens this treasure to enrich our prayers and our lives.

Opening the Gates of Teshuva

A Contemporary Commentary on Rabbeinu Yonah’s Shaarei Teshuva

“Opening The Gates of Teshuva is a useful and very practical tool for understanding and putting into practice the teachings of ‘Shaarei Teshuva’. It does not pander to the modern tendency to avoid important instruction when that is challenging; instead, it shows how to embrace such challenges and grow.”

— Rabbi Akiva Tatz

Shoel U’Meishiv, HaRav Moshe Krieger

Displaying image.pngGedolei Yisroel on the Parsha

A new publication bringing depth and insight from the Parsha and making it meaningful to our lives.