The book of the Torah "Bemidbar" ("Numbers", the fourth book of the Pentateuch of Moses) in Hebrew with the text of targum Onkelos and commentaries of Rashbam, Baal HaToyrim, Rashi, Shiftey Chachamim, tosefot, Likutey Ikarim, Mishley Yehuda. On the last pages of the book there are the laws regarding the reading of the Torah on holidaysb and rosh chodesh. The typographic font of two types: the part of the text, namely the main text of the Torah in Hebrew is highlighted in capital letters and on the side from it there is the text of targum Onkelos (translation into Aramaic), and the part of the text (actually comments in Hebrew and in Yiddish) is printed in smaller letters. The cover of the book is homemade of cardboard, the spine of the cover and corners are made of cloth. There are 364 pages in this book.