|Gary Rosenthal has been sculpting in welded metals for almost 30 years. Together with a team of talented craftspeople, The Gary Rosenthal Collection creates one of the most popular and unique lines of Judaic art in the country. By combining copper, brass and steel with brilliant fused glass and gold soder, the collection has a contemporary style rooted in tradition. Inspiration comes from the rich history of the Jewish people which tells us it's a blessing, a mitzvah, to make beautiful functional art.|
|David and Max|
List Price:Twelve-year-old David takes his basketball along on summer vacation, hoping to find a court and some friends at the beach community
|In God's Hands|
List Price:A Charming tale to remind us all that our kindness works miracles.
When the sun sets and stars fill the sky, the square in the little town grows quiet and still.
|The Russian Debutante's Handbook|
List Price:Vladimir Girshkin - twenty-five-year-old Russian immigrant, "Little Failure" according to his high-achieving mother, unhappy lover to fat dungeon mistress Challah (his "little Challah bread"), and lowly clerk at the bureaucratic Emma Lazarus Immigrant Absorption Society - is about to have his first break. When the unlikely figure of a wealthy but psychotic old Russian war hero appears and introduces Vladimir to his best friend, who just happens to be a small electric fan, Vladimir has little inkling that he is about to embark on an adventure of unrelenting lunacy - one that overturns his assumptions about what it means to be an immigrant in America. The Russian Debutante's Handbook takes us from New York City's Lower East Side to the hip frontier wilderness of Prava - the Eastern European Paris of the '90s - whose grand and glorious beauty is marred only by the shadow of the looming statue of Stalin's foot. There, with the encouragement of the Groundhog, a murderous (but fun-loving) Russian mafioso, Vladimir infiltrates the American ex-pat community with the hope of defrauding his young middle-class compatriots by launching a pyramid scheme that's as stupid as it is brilliant. Things go swimmingly at first, but nothing is quite as it seems in Prava, and Vladimir learns that in order to reinvent himself