The Levi Yitzchok Library was founded in 1972 following the directive of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. The Rebbe spoke about the importance of opening new Jewish institutions and specifically Jewish libraries. The Levi Yitzchok Library is named for the Rebbe’s father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Schneerson. In a direct letter from the Rebbe to the Levi Yitzchok Library, the Rebbe gave his blessing for success and emphasized that this library not only be a place for reading books, but that it should be a place for meaningful discussions that strengthen Jewish pride.
Here at the Levi Yitzchok Library we are pleased to offer over 3,000 Jewish books for loan. Our shelves boast a myriad of books, including the newest children’s titles, a large selection of books about Chassidus, and contemporary novels for adults. Our extensive array of reference books will guide research projects,
and the complete texts of Tanach are available here as well. Our vast list of titles tempt any reader, be it a young child, inquisitive teen, curious adult, or knowledgeable scholar. The Levi Yitzchok Library is constantly acquiring the latest books in print, as well as preserving sacred texts from the past.
The Levi Yitzchok Library is about more than just the bursting shelves of books. The warm and inviting atmosphere of the library attracts many who are interested in delving deeper. The cozy atmosphere and myriads of books will expand your knowledge and get your mind thinking. Ignite your soul within by joining our Chassidic family through meaningful discussion groups, or participating in inspiring lectures based on the teachings of our Rebbeim.
Here at the Levi Yitzchok Library, all are invited for a quick read, questions to be answered, or to meet new friends.
We look forward to welcoming you!