Small Miracles II: Heartwarming Gifts of Extraordinary Coincidences

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A collection of inspirational stories shares seemingly random events that took on meaningful significance in people's lives, accompanied by thoughts on moral lessons, divine messages, and blessings that transcend daily life

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Some young people go off on a road trip where everything seems to go awry and keeps them from reaching their destination--but then they happen to be at the wrong place at just the right time to save a ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Mandelbaum is the great-great-grandaughter of the Sanzer Rebbe, a 19th hasidic master whose teachings were brought to the American Jewish public. She pursued graduate studies in American Literature of the Holocaust at Baruch College. Currently she serves as Director of Programming, Education, and Public Affairs for a nonprofit organization.

Yitta Halberstam and Judith Leventhal are the authors of four bestselling Small Miracles volumes. Both are Orthodox Jews who live in Brooklyn. Ms. Halberstam has been published in more than 50 national newspapers and magazines. Ms. Leventhal is a psychotherapist in private practice and has lectured publicly at New York hotels and Emunah Women's conventions.

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