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  • JPS's online translation includes short summaries of each book.
  • Wikipedia and Jewish Encylopedia (and any good encyclopedia, really) has articles with summaries about every book.
  • The Daat Mikra series includes an overview of each book (printed as an introduction in each volume).
  • This website has one-sentence summaries of each chapter (currently incomplete; also covers parts of the New Testament.) This website also has one-sentence summaries.
  • The OU published two Nach Yomi books. There's also one on Chumash, and there's more on their website.
  • Sparknotes has an edition on the Bible. The summaries seem fine, but beware that the analysis is from an academic perspective.
  • This website has summaries of all the books. The website is Christian, but the summaries are OK.
  • Chabad has articles (from the book "Our People: A History of the Jews") that run through all of Jewish history as described in Tanach.
  • JPS's online translation includes short summaries of each book.
  • Wikipedia and Jewish Encylopedia (and any good encyclopedia, really) has articles with summaries about every book.
  • The Daat Mikra series includes an overview of each book (printed as an introduction in each volume).
  • This website has one-sentence summaries of each chapter (currently incomplete; also covers parts of the New Testament.) This website also has one-sentence summaries.
  • The OU published two Nach Yomi books. There's also one on Chumash.
  • Sparknotes has an edition on the Bible. The summaries seem fine, but beware that the analysis is from an academic perspective.
  • This website has summaries of all the books. The website is Christian, but the summaries are OK.
  • JPS's online translation includes short summaries of each book.
  • Wikipedia and Jewish Encylopedia (and any good encyclopedia, really) has articles with summaries about every book.
  • The Daat Mikra series includes an overview of each book (printed as an introduction in each volume).
  • This website has one-sentence summaries of each chapter (currently incomplete; also covers parts of the New Testament.) This website also has one-sentence summaries.
  • The OU published two Nach Yomi books. There's also one on Chumash, and there's more on their website.
  • Sparknotes has an edition on the Bible. The summaries seem fine, but beware that the analysis is from an academic perspective.
  • This website has summaries of all the books. The website is Christian, but the summaries are OK.
  • Chabad has articles (from the book "Our People: A History of the Jews") that run through all of Jewish history as described in Tanach.
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  • JPS's online translation includes short summaries of each book.
  • Wikipedia and Jewish Encylopedia (and any good encyclopedia, really) has articles with summaries about every book.
  • The Daat Mikra series includes an overview of each book (printed as an introduction in each volume).
  • This website has one-sentence summaries of each chapter (currently incomplete; also covers parts of the New Testament.) This website also has one-sentence summaries.
  • The OU published two Nach Yomi books. There's also one on Chumash.
  • Sparknotes has an edition on the Bible. The summaries seem fine, but beware that the analysis is from an academic perspective.
  • This website has summaries of all the books. The website is Christian, but the summaries are OK.