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I want to learn Nach on a "Pashat Pashut" format. I don't want to read the Hebrew-English Nach, neither the "fancy" Meforshim that delve through all of the Devrei Torah on each Passuk. Any suggestions for a resource that can help me?

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This is a great book that is easy to read with family. It gives a summary of every chapter in every book of nach...

https://seforimdeals.com/store15/index.php/all-books-seforim/yeshiva-seforim/nach/journey-through-nach-2-vol-set.html

  • Is it too deep? – MosheRabbi May 3 '16 at 6:40
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I want to learn Nach on a "Pashat Pashut" format. I don't want to read the Hebrew-English Nach, neither the "fancy" Meforshim that delve through all of the Devrei Torah on each Passuk.

Sounds like the M'tzudos would be a perfect fit. This is a pair of commentaries written in the 1700s by R. David Altschuler. M'tzudas Tziyon explains difficult words and M'tzudas David provides a running commentary. (However, they're unavailable on Rus, Echa, and Ester.)

Alternatively, you can see what 929 has to offer. But (1) it's in Hebrew; (2) it's (as of this writing) incomplete (it's publishing a chapter a day and is up to Yish'aya chapter 23); and (3) I don't know that it actually has what you're looking for.

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