#3: Samuel I Edited by Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg Translated by: Rabbi A. J. Rosenberg (525 Pages)Publisher: Judaica Press, 1989 Part of the "Judaica Press Tanach" series.
The book of Samuel I contains the priestly rule of the house of Eli. Samuel: his origin, activity, and influence. Samuel anoints Saul as the first king of Israel. Saul's experiences and battles. Saul is removed by Samuel. Samuel secretly anoints David as King.
This invaluable aid to learning Tanach is used by students around the world! It provides the benefit of owning two books in one, since this volume features the complete Hebrew Mikraoth Gedoloth Navi plus facing pages contain a concise, modern English translation of the text with extensive commentary. Each and every Rashi is translated, in addition to selections from the Ramban, Sforno, Rashbam, Ibn Ezra, from Talmudic and Midrashic sources, and from numerous other commentaries never before translated. Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, zt"l, gave his unstinting approbation to this now classic series on the Prophets & Writings.