Max Anteby


The Mysteries of Snow and Lightning

Little Green Apples


The Junk Drawer


Wake Up Calls

To Each His Own

Parenting 101 - I’m Bored

The First Family

Getting the Reorder

Memorable Quotes

All You Need is Love (Lennon, McCartney, 1967)

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Parenting 201: Going Organic

Gobble Gobble


Optical Illusions

It Pays to be Crooked

Snow: That White Fluffy Stuff


What’s in a Name?

Of Bicycles and Messiah

I Won the Lottery

A Nation Of Opposites

I Cannot Tell A Lie


Father’s Day


Unanswered Questions

“That” Day

Advantage: Woman

The Treasure Map

Be a Yoyo

A Nation of Opposites II

Marriage: Revisited

The Keyboard

Guard Duty

The Bestsellers

A Distant Prayer

Trees are for Breeze

From Here to Eternity

Love Thy Neighbor

Survival of the Fittest

Chunnel Vision

Patent Pending

Project Blue Gene

The Lost Contact

Reflections of Life

The Lamplighter

The Incredible Ear

I’m Beginning to Agree with Darwin

United We Stand

An Apple a Day

All Wet

Man Does Not Live by Bread Alone

Ah, Life!

Alchemy Revisited

A Blessing On Your Head

The Nose Knows

A Different Kind of Basketball

I Hear a Symphony

The Krazy Glue Syndrome


Fourth Down and Goal to Go

Advantage: Nintendo

Did You Ever See a Yellow Shark?

Seeing is Believing

Talking to the Wall

What I Did on My Summer Vacation

The Bear Went Over The Mountain

Yes! We Have Know Bananas

Time is Money is Time

Leggo My Gecko

Eat Your Cake and Have it Too


A Little Milk, Two Sugars

The Cinderella Nation

The 8th Wonder of the World

Playing the Odds

Three Degrees of Separation

A Stormy Sprinkle

The Mighty Peanut

Max has been teaching for Aish Hatorah for over twelve years.  His warm, humorous style has delighted and intrigued thousands of people in over 100 cities in the U.S., Canada and Asia.

Max has written the top-selling book from Artscroll Publications, “The Jewish Theory of Everything”.  His second book, “Spiritual Lite” was published by Sephardic Press and addresses the important topic of man’s search for meaning.

Max is the Executive Vice President of Finance of a ladies apparel company in New York. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, six daughters and several grandchildren (but not all in the same house).