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Mostly Books: The Ultimate Jewish Bookstore, Now Online!

Mostly Books: The Ultimate Jewish Bookstore, Now Online!

The first ever website devoted exclusively to Jewish books is now open for business, with a catalog of over 10,000 titles Jewish books and seforim in one convenient location.

Mostly Books is an offshoot of Mostly Music, the first and largest internet retailer of Jewish music, which has become a household name over the past twenty years as customers have responded enthusiastically to the large selection, great prices and incredible customer service. Mostly Books will continue in the footsteps of its sister site, offering customers an unparalleled array of books from all of the major Jewish publishing houses, including Feldheim, Artscroll, Israel Bookshop, Hachai, Judaica Press, Menucha and more.

“Until now there had never been one site, dedicated to books, where you could see Jewish books from multiple publishers,” explained Mostly Music manager Mayer W. “Every publisher has their own site and this is the first time that a site has been devoted exclusively to books and has everything in the same place. Everybody knows that when it comes to music, Mostly Music was not just the first, but has it all in one and we are expanding that same idea to books and seforim.”

In addition to its clear, concise format and a power search engine in its easy to navigate site, Mostly Books will offer free shipping on all orders of $75 and up and a flat rate of $3.99 for all other orders.

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