We are happy to announce that beginning from today, all of our new Amazon.com reprints will be printed with a matte cover, giving the finished product a much better look and feel.
Full details are available in this press release.
We are happy to announce the publication of a new English translation of Megilat Sefer, the autobiography of Rabbi Jacob Emden. This unique translation was done directly from the author’s original manuscript in the Bodleian library. It was prepared by Rabbi Sidney B. Leperer and completed after his death by his student, Rabbi Meir H. Wise, both of London.
This book is available in both hard and soft cover editions, and runs 354 pages.
ISBN-13: 978-1-61259-001-1 (soft cover) / ISBN-13: 978-1-61259-002-8 (hard cover) / LCCN: 2010942935
Date of Publication: May 4th, 2011
List Price – soft cover: $45 USA / £30 UK / €35 EU / $45 CAD / $45 AUD
List Price – hard cover: $55 USA / £40 UK / €45 EU / $55 CAD / $55 AUD
Available via major online retailers and book stores. Distributed to the trade by Ingram Book Company. Complete information including ordering information and a preview of the book is available via our website here:
We are happy to announce that effective today we are adding QR codes for all reprints processed through the Hebrew Books reprints program. QR codes are compact barcodes that let smartphones such as iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, etc. visit websites encoded on physical objects. In our case, we are using them to point back to the original archive from which we reprint our books so users can read them on their mobile devices.
We are happy to announce lower pricing on all reprints through our Hebrew books reprints program. All new reprints already reflect the updated pricing, and we will be updating all of our existing reprints over the next few months as well.
We are happy to announce the addition of new European options for the Hebrew books reprints program operated via our PublishYourSefer.com subsidiary. We have added Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.de as new options for orders, which allow for faster printing and cheaper shipping. These options will automatically be shown for any titles in the program that they are available for.
Starting from this week’s requests, we added an ability to preview the first 50 page of reprints as they are processed.