#5: Kings I Edited by Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg Translated by: Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg (512 Pages)Publisher: Judaica Press, 1988 Part of the "Judaica Press Tanach" series.
Kings I chronicles the history of the Jewish kings of Judah and Israel. It includes King David's last testament; the anointing of King Solomon; the building of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem; King Solomon's unique wisdom and strength; the division of the Kingdom of Israel after King Solomon's death; information about Ahijah, the Shilonite; the new kingdoms of Ephraim and Judah - their individual histories, kings and mutual relations. This volume also includes a discussion of the Prophet Elijah - his appearance and impact.
This classic aid to learning The (Jewish) Old Testament/Tanach was the original work of its kind, and continues to be used by students of all ages. Each of the volumes from this series features the complete Hebrew text of Mikraoth Gedoloth/Navi plus facing pages of a concise, modern English translation Extensive commentary is included. Every Rashi is translated, plus selections from the Ramban, Sforno, Rashbam, Ibn Ezra provide additional classic insights into the text.