JPS Bible Sale


For the holiday season, we’re offering a selection of Bibles, Bible commentaries, and other great books from the Jewish Publication Society for thirty percent off! Browse through the list below and find your next gift book. The full list of books can be found here.



JPS Hebrew-English Tanakh

Deluxe Edition

“Virtually every rabbi and library will want this volume.”—Associated Press



The Heart of Torah

Essays on the Weekly Torah Portion

Rabbi Shai Held

“Whatever your level of Torah proficiency or your religious outlook, The Heart of Torah will make you think, ask questions, revisit familiar understandings, and gain a new appreciation for the ability of our written and oral tradition to surprise, elevate, and challenge us all.” —Rabbi Asher Lopatin, president of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School



The Bible On Location

Off the Beaten Path in Ancient and Modern Israel

Julie Baretz

“Julie Baretz’s impressive knowledge of history and Bible combined with her awesome aesthetic perspective and credible imagination transform our travels into what feels like a magic carpet ride.”—Rabbi Norman M. Cohen



Outside the Bible, 3-volume set

Ancient Jewish Writings Related to Scripture

Edited by Louis H. Feldman, James L. Kugel, and Lawrence H. Schiffman

“This publication is a gold mine. The series is beautifully printed and bound. On display are the creative geniuses of Second Temple Judaism who have excited both Jews and Christians. The insights shared in the commentaries are superb.”—James H. Charlesworth, Bible History Daily 



JPS Illustrated Children’s Bible

Retold by Ellen Frankel

Illustrated by Avi Katz

“Ellen Frankel’s retelling of biblical stories is clearly a labor of love. . . . [She] has created a work that dazzles as it teaches.”—Hadassah Magazine



The Commentator’s Bible: Deuteronomy

The Rubin JPS Miqra’ot Gedolot

Edited, translated, and annotated by Michael Carasik

“A handy and welcome contribution for those who want to read the key comments by the major Jewish medieval commentators.”—Kenneth Bergland, Bulletin for Biblical Research


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