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I suggest a High Holidays book, perhaps billed as a "machzor companion," featuring:
Q&As related to particular parts of the Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur machzors.
Q&As related to Halacha and How-tos of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
Q&As related to ideas about Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur in general, and ...
?הגדה - מי יודע
Hagada - Mi Yodeya?
Real questions and answers that spring from the Passover Seder
Second Edition - Expanded and Improved!
Three years ago, we put out our first publication, a Hagada supplement full of questions and answers related to the Passover Seder, hand-picked from the thousands of great Jewish Q&As at Mi Yodeya. Thousands of ...
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Chanukah - Mi Yodeya?
Real questions and answers to enjoy while your candles burn
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We are proud to present our third community publication, a collection of questions and answers from Mi Yodeya that you can print out, enjoy, and share on Chanukah.
In this book, we present eight self-contained, ...
Parsha Q&A, in five volumes. (Not necessarily contiguous; we might do one, then do something else, then come back and do another, and so on.)
This answer proposes writing new material (and divrei torah?) about the parsha. My suggestion is, instead, parsha-based Q&A drawn from our questions and answers.
This idea calls for some SEDE-assisted (or ...
I help run an 11th grade minyan and I sorely need a selection of Q's and A' related to practical aspects of tefilla (though I actually also need stuff on the spiritual side, but I think it would be tougher to find material for it). I have helped assemble a mini library of "readings" for students, but something cohesive and organized would be a boon.
If a "...
So far, all the suggestions seem to focus on holidays. I'm unsure if you're limiting the ideas to this category.
If not, I'd like to see a general "shul guide". My shul published, recently, a small booklet that explains the shul setup (physical structure such as what the Aron, Bimah, menorot and other furnishings are for), and general procedure / decorum (...
פורים - מי יודע?
Purim - Mi Yodeya?
Real questions and answers to share and enjoy on Purim
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We are proud to present our second community publication, a collection of questions and answers from Mi Yodeya that you can print out and share with your friends on Purim.
WARNING: Some of the content is very, very silly!
I suggest creating a publication on Bein Hametzarim-Three Weeks-Nine Days.
The publication should include the halachos, minhagim and hashkafos of this time period.
I think it will benefit and enhance the Three Weeks for a lot of people.
I suggest a Sukkot book, featuring:
How-tos, since Sukkot observance includes many practical considerations, and because we've covered many of them usefully.
Halacha questions related to all aspects of Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret.
Agada questions related to things like the meaning of Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret and their observances, understanding the Torah ...
?ימים נוראים - מי יודע
Days of Awe - Mi Yodeya?
Real questions and answers to enhance your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
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We are proud to present our fourth community publication, a collection of questions and answers from Mi Yodeya for you to print out, share, and use to enhance your experience of Rosh Hashanah ...
Another idea for Sukkot, which could be a stand-alone project or part of a larger Sukkot book: Ushpizin pages.
Similar to our eight-sheet (16-page) Chanuka booklet, we could make a seven-sheet Ushpizin booklet. Each sheet would contain one or two Q&A about one of the Ushpizin. We have plenty of material to choose from in the tags avot-patriarch-fathers, ...
status-completed: “Hagada - Mi Yodeya?” Second Edition - Expanded and Improved!
I think it would be great to update and extend Hagada - Mi Yodeya? to the point that it has sufficient quantity and quality that we could try to get it published with Hagada text as a complete Hagada book.
Ways we can update and extend it:
Add more Q&A that didn't make it ...
The other aspects of the holiday of Pesach (Chol haMoed, last day(s), Bedikat Chametz, Tefillat Tal, fast of the firstborn, etc.) that aren't just the Seder.
Pesach is a rich holiday to ask about beyond just the first night(s).
This probably makes sense to do as an appendix to the Haggadah, and not as its own book.
For Shavu'ot, it would be nice to make something that lends itself to individual/partner study.
One way to do this, which would be more labor-intensive than our editing jobs to date, would be:
Find some Q&As that have answers that suggest lists of sources that a reader could study in order to determine them independently.
Publish the question, followed ...
We could do a book-length project covering all of the weekly Parshiyot.
Done well enough, this could be brought to publishers for publication as an actual book.
A natural time to release such a project would be Simchat Torah.
(Feel free to edit this post, fleshing out more details.)
(See also this very similar idea.)