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Jewish Learning Group
What do you do?
We publish books and guides for Jewish observance.
How many pages of print design do you need?
Book Cover (front, spine, and back)
List the size requirement(s) for your print design
We will need the cover in the following 3 sizes (dimensions are looking at the book closed):
Figure about 1.25" for the spine.
We requre editable files of the final design in Illustrator or InDesign format with all high-res images and fonts included.
What is your industry?
Self-Help Mass Market
Describe the target audience for your print design
Self-Help Mass Market
What 3 things would you like to communicate to your audience through your print design?
Fun. Clean. Easy.
Style and Concept
What print design styles do you like?
Clean. Uncluttered. Classy. Bold. Easy to see and grasp from afar. Clever/humoristic concepts are always fun to see. More than just text on the cover...
What colors do you want to see in your print design?
Pleasant universal colors.
What colors do you NOT want to see in your print design?
No scary/garish colors. WE DO NOT WANT OVERTLY JEWISH IMAGES (SUCH AS THE STAR OF DAVID) ON THE COVER.
What adjectives should best describe your print design?
Clean. Elegant (not busy looking). Cool. Hip.
How will you use the print design?
Paperback version of book
What content must be included in the print design?
Title: "Going Kosher In 30 Days!"
Subtitle: An Easy Step-By-Step Guide for the Rest of Us
By Rabbi Zalman Goldstein
[medallion somewhere] First-Place Winner of the Benjamin Franklin Book Award!
[note] WE DO NOT WANT OVERTLY JEWISH IMAGES (SUCH AS THE STAR OF DAVID) ON THE COVER.
THIS PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON BOOK ISCERTIFIED KOSHER FOR EVERYONE!
Rabbi Don Yoel Levy, Chief Kashruth Administrator, OK Kosher Certification
Kosher is in -- and going kosher is easier than you think!
Over eleven million people will buy kosher food this year, and the numbers are growing.
Today, more than 100,000 food products are kosher certified, with the average supermarket carrying nearly 25,000 kosher items.
Learn what others have discovered. Keeping kosher is an extraordinary experience with countless physical and spiritual rewards.
GOING KOSHER IN 30 DAYS will teach the simply curious and those seriously considering going kosher all the whys and hows of kosher.
Set your own pace, advancing through the KOSHER 30 one day at a time. Youll learn everything you need to know, from the early origins of kosher law, to bringing kosher practice into your daily life.
Begin the KOSHER 30 today and live kosher with greater understanding and deeper satisfaction.
In your hands is everything you need to launch your own personal path to kosher observance.
THE 30 DAYS:
The History and Origin of Kosher
The Mystical Side of Kosher
3,300 Years of Kosher Living
Setting the Record: Common Misconceptions
General Concepts in Kosher
Definition of Common Kosher Terms
The Personal Impact of Going Kosher
Preparing Yourself and Your Family
Formulating a Practical Plan
First Steps in Going Kosher
Transforming the Kitchen
Countertops, Appliances, Stoves & Ovens
Dishes, Cutlery, Pots, Pans, Glassware, Etc.
Immersion of New Utensils
Blessings Before and After Eating
The World of Kosher Supervision
The Butcher, Baker, and Grocer
Meat and Meat Products
Milk and Milk Products
Fish and Fish Products
Fruits, Vegetables, Nuts, and Pareve
Breads, Cakes, and Cookies
Wine, Beer & Whisky
Vitamins, Medicines & Miscellany
Kosher Away from Home (Restaurants, Vacations)
Kosher for Passover
Shabbat Foods & Observances
Jewish Holidays Foods & Observances
Going Kosher: Ready, Set, Go!
[Box about the author]
Rabbi Zalman Goldstein is the founder of The Jewish Learning Group, a publishing house dedicated to creating easy-to-use guides on practical Judaism. He has written ten books, including the bestselling Shabbat Table Companion and Shabbat Synagogue Companion, which have won numerous awards and are enormously popular in homes and synagogues around the globe. His ability to blend sensibility and passion along with an authentic Jewish education has helped thousands live more Jewishly every day.
Illuminating the path of Jewish observance with innovative books and audio/video programs.
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