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Why are the five megilos read in synagogue on holidays, but not the books of Mishlei, Iyov, Daniel, Ezra/Nechemia, Divrei Hayamim, or Psalms?

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    Why should we read then publicly? And why don't you wonder why we don't read Tzefania publicly? Or Chaggai? – Double AA Apr 14 '17 at 2:19
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    @NaftaliTzvi if that is a sine qua non of your question, you should include it to explain what you are looking for. – rosends Apr 14 '17 at 2:37
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    @NaftaliTzvi like all the selections from tehillim that we say publicly? – rosends Apr 14 '17 at 2:40
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    You are assuming again that publicly requires a minyan though that is not in your question. A person davening alone at night on Tisha B'av still reads eichah so a minyan isn't required. ou.org/torah/halacha/hashoneh-halachos/thurs_02_06_14 What exactly is your question? – rosends Apr 14 '17 at 2:58
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    All types but certainly chasidim do so, preferably with a minyan present but everyone would read to themselves, no trop and no niggun required, not responsively, from a book, no blesseing, someone says kaddish after each book is finished if a minyan is present – Laser123 Aug 7 '17 at 11:32

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