Is derech eretz in children a lost art?
How much emphasis should we place on secular studies?
Can summer vacation really undo a year’s worth of learning?
How can we tame the monster of technology?
Educating the next generation is a monumental responsibility. Yet sometimes we’re left floundering, wondering where to find answers to the dilemmas that spring up on an ongoing basis. How can we successfully raise our children in the ways of our fathers, applying the age-old mesorah to our present-day confusion?
Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Klein, esteemed director of Torah Umesorah and acclaimed Hamodia columnist, is uniquely capable of offering the guidance we seek. With his trademark clarity and depth, he analyzes topics such as the fundamentals of chinuch, bar and bas mitzvah celebrations, and effective communication with teens, addressing the concerns of parents and mechanchim alike. Reaching the Next Generation is a book that will serve as a guidepost and eye-opener for all who care about their children’s future.
“This book is an excellent resource on the topic of chinuch, and I have no doubt that it will be extremely beneficial to its readers.”
— Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky, Rosh Yeshivah, Philadelphia Yeshiva