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The Chumash (Printed Torah): The Stone Chumash from ArtScroll, the Margolin edition from Feldheim Publishers, the Metzudah edition, the Living Torah (with Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan’s commentary) from Moznaim, and the Pentateuch with Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch’s commentary (Judaica Press) are great editions for the English-speaking Student. For those interested in delving deeper, the Mikraos Gedolos, in Hebrew, is the standard study edition.
The Siddur (Prayer Book): The ArtScroll Siddur is the standard, and comes in both Nusach Ashkenaz and Nusach Sefard (for Chassidic synagogues).
The Tanach (Jewish Bible):The Stone Tanach from ArtScroll is the recommended English translation for serious study. The Jerusalem Bible (Koren) from Feldheim Publishers is also a valuable reference.
For Noahides: The Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws
By Michael Ellias Dallen, from LightCatcher Books.
Halach: The Mishnah Berurah
From Rabbi Yisrael Meyer Kagan, with English translation from Feldheim Publishers.
History: Rabbi Zechariah Fendel’s series from Hashkafa Publications and Rabbi Berel Wein’s series from Shaar Press, both discuss the history of Torah Study in great detail.
Mishnah: With commentary by R’ Pinchas Kehati, with English translation from Feldheim Publishers.
Mussar: Mesilas Yesharim, the Path of the Just, by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, with a new transliteration by Rabbi Yosef Liebler, from Feldheim Publishers.
Talmud: From ArtScroll in English translation, or any printing of the original Hebrew/Aramaic work.