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HPLS Siddur Six-Volume Set, Hand-Book Edition
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The Standard Edition can be purchased as a set or as individual volumes
HPLS Siddur with page-number references to the
Ben Zion Bokser Siddur - Morning Service for the Sabbath and
Festivals (This is a Conservative - Not Egalitarian siddur)
The HPLS Art Scroll companion siddurim provide page-number
references to the Art Scroll Siddur - Standard Ashkenaz Edition.

This is a non-Egalitarian siddur and does not contain blessings for the
Matriarchs.

Two separate volumes are offered for the HPLS Art Scroll Siddur:
Quantity discounts available for 3 or more of the same siddur.
Email froyam@yahoo.com for a quote.
HPLS Companion Siddur for Siddur Sim Shalom
Other HPLS Publications
$89.00  
Set of all six volumes
Sale
$79.00
Volume 2  -
Weekday
Morning Service
(
Shacharit)
Volume 6 -  
Afternoon Service
(
Mincha) for
Sabbath and
Festivals
Volume 5 -  
Morning Service
(
Shacharit) for
Sabbath and
Festivals
Volume 4 -  
Evening Service
(
Maariv) for
Sabbath and
Festivals
Volume 3 -  
Mealtime
Blessings
Grace after meals
for weekdays,
Shabbat, &
festivals
$11.95
Volume 1 - Weekday
Afternoon and
Weekday Evening
services
(
Mincha-Maariv)
$12.95
$18.95
$14.95
$19.95
$17.95
Sale
$9.00
The six volumes of each set make up a complete siddur
and contain the Hebrew prayers for weekdays, Shabbat and
festivals.

The prayers are provided for both
Nusach Ashkenaz
and Nusach Sefard, which represent the order used
by most of the Jewish congregations in the world today.  

Notes are provided in the HPLS siddurim to distinguish between
the two orders of prayer. Also, notes are provided to enable one
to pray Nusach HaAir (Chabad).
Additional prayers are included for Rosh Chodesh (the new
moon), the intermediate days of
Passover and Sukkot, the
Torah Service, and much more.
See above description
$119.00  
For all six volumes
Sale
$99.00
The Hand-Book Edition can be purchased as a set or as individual volumes
$17.95
$26.95
$14.95
$19.95
$26.95
$23.95
Sample showing the blessing for the Matriarchs
The HPLS Companion Siddur for Siddur Sim Shalom provides
page-number references to the corresponding passage in
Siddur Sim Shalom.

This is an Egalitarian siddur and contains the additional
blessings for the Matriarchs (See above sample)

Four separate volumes are offered for Sim Shalom
. Volumes 4
and 5 are more popular and are listed first.
HPLS Art Scroll
Volume 4
HPLS Art Scroll
Volume 5
Evening Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
Morning Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
$ 26.95
$26.95
HPLS Ben Zion Bokser
Volume 5
Morning Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
$26.95
$11.95
$23.95
$23.95
Grace after Meals (HPLS Bencher)
A First Book of Hebrew Prayer
$10.95
Songs and Blessings I Teach My Children
Reform Study Guide
$11.95
Passover Haggadah
$11.95
Night Prayer
$14.95
Megillat Esther (for Purim)
$16.95
Ethics of the Fathers (Perki Avot)
$8.95
$9.95
$8.95
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HPLS Siddur Six-Volume Set, Standard Edition
HPLS Companion Siddur for Art Scroll Siddur
Sale
$39.00
Two-Volume Set, HPLS
Volumes 4 and 5, Companion
Siddur for Art-Scroll Siddur
$44.00
HPLS Companion Siddur for Ben-Zion Bokser Siddur
Two versions of the HPLS Six-Volume Sets are available.
A Standard Edition and a Hand-Book Edition.
Each volume of the Standard Edition measures  8 1/2" W x 11" H.

Each volume of the Hand-Book Edition measures
5 1/2" W x 8 1/2" H (see listing below).

The Standard and Hand-Book editions are essentially the same except
for the page layout.

The text size is exactly the same
for both editions.
Each syllable starts with a capital letter.
Stressed syllables are in
bold typeface.
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English Translation
Hebrew Word
Phonetic Transliteration
Summary of HPLS Publications
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The Amidah, and other prayers that we classify as important and should be
read in Hebrew, are in full Three-Tier Format, as shown in this example.
To make the prayer service easier to follow, some passages are in
two-column Hebrew-English format, as shown below for Psalm 90.
Try-out our method for yourself - Click here for the Adon Olam song
This example is the opening prayer in the HPLS
Companion siddur for Chabad.
YeerAy (you will fear) is from Psalm 115, said
during the Hallel Prayer
ShehT'chahDehsh (that You will renew) from
Sabbath blessing for the new moon.
BeekDooShahToh (in His holiness) said when
opening the ark.
Listed below are a few Hebrew words that are often mispronounced.
In each example, the top transliteration is the correct pronunciation.
SahM'chehNoo (Gladden us) Opening word of
third paragraph said after reading the Haftorah.
MeeM'kohMoh (from His place) Opening word of
Musaf Kedusha after BahRooch K'vohd ....
OozChahrTehm (and you will remember) from the
third paragraph of the Sh'mah (Numbers 15:37-41)
OohCh'tahvTahm (and you will inscribe them) from
first paragraph of the Sh'mah (Numbers 6:5-9)
Common Errors in Pronunciation
Evening Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
Morning Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
$ 26.95
$26.95
Sale
$39.00
Two-Volume Set, HPLS
Volumes 4 and 5, Companion
Siddur for Sim Shalom
$44.00
Read Hebrew Prayers
Audio for the Siddur and Haftorah:
Songs by Rabbi Mark Zimmerman for Siddur
Sim Shalom and other siddurim..
Click here for
Details of the Siddur Audio
Click here for Details of the Haftoroh Audio
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HPLS Companion Siddur for
Sim Shalom - Volume 5
HPLS Companion Siddur for
Sim Shalom - Volume 4
Volumes 1 and 2 are  for Weekdays and are Hand-Book size,
measuring 5 1/2" W  x  8 1/2" H.

The page-number referencing to the corresponding passage  is
provided
only in the Table of Contents.  

Click of the "More Info" buttons to see samples of these volumes.
Volumes 4 and 5 are for the Sabbath and Festivals, and measure  
8 3/8" W  x  11" H.

The page-number referencing to the corresponding passage in
Siddur Sim Shalom is provided on each page of the HPLS siddur, in addition
to the Table of Contents.

Click o
n the More Info buttons for samples of the page layout in volumes
4 and 5
Specialty prayer books that
focus on learning Hebrew
prayers and blessings
A single glance shows the Meaning
Phonetic Makeup, and Hebrew Spelling
of Blessings and Prayers
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He developed the HPLS Three-Tier Format, which has
the English Translation, Hebrew Word, and Phonetic
Transliteration, one above the other, so that all three can
be viewed with a single glance.
In the 1990's the Hebrew Prayers Learning Series was
created by F. Ephraim Linker.
Most of the prayers in the HPLS siddur are written in the
Hybrid Three-Tier Format shown in the photo below.

The Amidah, and other prayers that we feel are important
to be read in Hebrew, are in full Three-Tier Format.  

Also, a few prayers are in two-column Hebrew-English
format, as shown on the lower left of the photo.
Pages 2-26, 2-27 of Standard Edition. Click on image to enlarge
All HPLS prayers books are carefully editied by Rabbi Shmuel
Rabin, who is a scholar in Hebrew grammar and the Hebrew
prayer service.
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Welcome to the
Hebrew Prayers Learning Series
Prayers books that let everyone pray (
daven) in Hebrew
Regular Hebrew prayer books (siddurim) contain hundreds of pages and contain prayers for the whole year,
except for Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah.

The Hebrew Prayers Learning Series (HPLS) siddurim also contain the prayers for the whole year, but
because they are written in a
Three-Tier Hybrid format, they require more pages.

To make the HPLS siddurim easier to
handle, they are arranged into six volumes, as follows:

Volume 1. Afternoon/Evening
(Mincha/Maariv) Service for Weekdays
Volume 2. Morning Service for
Weekdays
Volume 3. Mealtime Blessings
Volume 4. Evening Service for
the Sabbath and Festivals
Volume 5. Morning Service for
the Sabbath and Festivals
Volume 6. Afternoon Service for
the Sabbath and Festivals
Volume 2
Morning Service for Weekdays
$ 26.95
$26.95
$44.00
$23.95
Price
Volume 5
Morning Service for the
Sabbath and Festivals
New:
HPLS Companion to Chabad Siddur (Tehillat Hashem)
$23.95
Sale
$39.00
email froyam@yahoo.com for quantity discounts
Two-Volume Set
Volumes 2 and 5
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Only two of the six volumes are currently available for the HPLS
Companion to the Chabad Siddur.


The remaining four volumes are scheduled for the end of 2018.
Weekday Afternoon-Evening
(Mincha-Maariv) Prayers
Weekday Morning Prayers
$23.95
$ 26.95
Sale
$39.00
Two-Volume Set, HPLS Volumes
1 and 2, Companion Siddur for
Sim Shalom
$44.00
HPLS Companion Siddur for
Sim Shalom - Volume 2
HPLS Companion Siddur for
Sim Shalom - Volume 1