Oholei Torah library
In honor of Yud Shvat – marking 70 years of the Rebbe’s Nesius – Oholei Torah has opened a new library with over 2000 children’s books in Yiddish, Hebrew, and English, which talmidim can read at Yeshiva or borrow to take home.
In honor of Hey Teves, we are bez”H opening the lending part of the new library.
To borrow a book, a $25 deposit is required.
All boys can participate and read from the new books. Younger boys will be able to read in their classrooms and older boys can read in the library during recess.
Subscribe now at: www.OholeiTorah.com/Library
You can also submit the deposit in cash or check (made out to Oholei Torah) by sending it in an envelope to the attention of Rabbi Mendel Levin, with your son’s name and class clearly marked on it.
If you gave a deposit last year, you do not have to pay again.
Each member can borrow 2 books at a time.
Borrowing period for most books is 7 days.
High demand books and comic books have a 4-day borrowing period and just one book can be borrowed at a time.
Overdue Books: $0.25 per day
Lost/Damaged Item: Cost plus $5.00 processing fee
Library privileges will only be extended to accounts without balances.
Dedicate a Book: $36 (Includes a dedication in one book)
Dedicate a Bookshelf: $770 (Includes a dedication on one bookshelf)
Dedicate a Bookcase: $5,000 (Includes a dedication on one of the bookcases)