Where can I find/buy Sifrei Nach with Rashi translated into English and (even better) the Rashi with nekudos?

  • To clarify, are you preferably looking for a Rashi with nekudot, and if that isn't possible, a Rashi without nekudot that at least has a translation? Or are you preferably looking for a Rashi with both nekuddot and English, and if that is not possible, a Rashi with an English translation?
    – mevaqesh
    Dec 18, 2016 at 19:18

2 Answers 2


The Judaica Press Nach series (with the pink and red dust covers) has every Rashi rendered into English. It does not vowelize the original Hebrew text of Rashi. (This is my experience, having used a few of the volumes. Make sure before you buy.)

The same translation is on chabad.org, but in some (all?) cases without the original Hebrew text of Rashi.

  • Hmm. I have this set. I never noticed the English Rash"i translation, ther. At any rate, this is, indeed a great set. I know that there is a brown set for the Torah - I think produced by Art Scroll. It translates RAsh"i by phrases. I don't know if they have done the same for all Nac"h books.
    – DanF
    Dec 19, 2016 at 2:45
  • @DanF - the cover of the books lead one to believe the Rashi is translated
    – ezra
    Dec 19, 2016 at 18:56

Sefaria has Rashi with nekudos and translated into English


Metsudah has also put out Nach with Rashi with nekudos and translated.


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