A manual for students and parents. By Rabbi Nachman Cohen (304 Pages)Publisher: Torah Lishmah Inst., 1988/1997
This work contains valuable information on the laws of becoming bar/bat mitzvah including, how to determine the day of one's bar/bat mitzvah, Laws of Tifillin, Talit, T'fillah, Torah reading, Aliyot, practical grammar, Sh'li'ach Tzibbur, Birkat haMazon, vows, and tzdakah. In addition, there is a discussion of the significance of becoming bar/bat mitzvah, a review of the 613 mitzvot, and an in-depth study of the 13 attributes of faith. This is capped by some very practical sections which deal with such matters as: How to build a primary Jewish library and how to become a better and more productive student.