Unique among benchers, not just for the dazzling beauty of its pages, but most importantly for its use of photographs -- present day and historical -- in bringing to life the meaning of text.
A bencher created with an ambitious goal to revitalize the user's visual grasp of tefilah (prayer) and to enrich kavanah -- conscious devotion to the meaning of the prayer.
Generically a bircon or bencher, its fully traditional text includes Bircat Hamazon (Grace After Meals), Brachot Achronot and Sheva Brachot, together with Kiddush, zmirot and other Shabbat texts through to Havdalah, the collection customarily given as a gift to guests at weddings and Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. a bencher that invests every table with the beauty of Judaism. 64 pages, all full color on quality chromatic paper, saddle-stitched, 6.6 in x 4.8 in (16.5 cm x 12 cm)
"...a most unusual and delightful grace-after-meals booklet... (Nevarech) is beautifully illustrated with about 40 photographs that interpret a bold, ref