Every issue of HaGibor is bilingual, making it the perfect launching pad to learn English or Hebrew.
The most effective education comes when it’s not education at all, but rather part of an engaging narrative. So, in addition to the obvious benefits of being bilingual, every issue is jam packed with important Torah concepts and Jewish history.
Like all of us, our characters are faced with real, every day moral issues – and like us they run through a thought process of what the right thing is that they should do. They consider what the halacha and the ratzon Hashem would be in each instance, regardless of if it’s working out what to do with a found object, or city block being hurled into the heart of the sun.
Names from Chazal become real, and tangible people for our readers, as our history is explored and our characters meet and interact with sages. Learning becomes fresh and alive as we get to learn who people like Rabbi Eliezar or Rish Lakish were, and how they related to one and other.
A central concept running through all Achdut Entertainment products is the abiding need for Ahavat Yisrael and Achdut Yisrael, as an ongoing expression of Avodat Hashem.