Thirty days before a Yom Tov. What are most frum people doing at that time? Perhaps, if you are a woman and that Yom Tov happens to be Pesach, cleaning your house? Cooking ahead and stocking the freezer? Or, if you are a man and the Yom Tov happens to be Sukkos, building your sukkah and deliberating over your arba minim? Stocking up on the appropriate machzorim for the Yom Tov? (Try Metsudah’s interlinear machzorim; they are the best!)
According to the Gemara, though, thirty days before a Yom Tov is when one should begin learning the halachos appropriate to that Yom Tov. And before you get overwhelmed and start wondering how in the world you’re supposed to go about doing this, read on about our phenomenal sefer entitled Shloshim Yom Kodem Hachag.
In this sefer, you will find all the halachos about all the yamim tovim, divided neatly into thirty sections that correspond with the thirty days before each Yom Tov. This way, all the work has been done for you; all you have to do is open the sefer each day and learn the daily halachah!
Based on the Shulchan Aruch and Mishnah Berurah, and including many psakim of contemporary gedolei haposkim, Shloshim Yom Kodem Hachag provides you with all that you need in order to enter each Yom Tov with a clear background of the halachos relevant to that holiday. See what a difference this sefer can make in your celebration of each Yom Tov. Your Yamim Tovim will forever be enriched and enhanced!