Moshe David Kuhr, a native of Dayton, Ohio, attended Yeshivas Chofetz Chaim in Baltimore and attained his medical degree from the University of Chicago. After forty-three years of pediatric practice, he made aliyah with his wife, Phyllis, to Katamon, Jerusalem, where he learns, teaches, and writes. His Torah mentors include Rabbi Boruch Milikowsky, z”l; Rabbi Berel Wein; Rabbi Moshe Tendler, z”l; Rabbi Avraham Pessin, z”l; Rabbi Yaacov Haber; and more recently, Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz. His published works include The Lion Cub of Prague: Genesis; The Lion Cub of Prague: Exodus, Leviticus; The Lion Cub of Prague: Numbers, Deuteronomy (Gefen Publishing); and Igeret Hakodesh: The Holy Letter (Mosaica Press). The Kuhrs have four sons, three of whom have made aliyah, and twelve grandchildren, ten of whom live in Israel.