English translation provided by Jewish Publication Society
taken from http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/jps/

Holy Torah
Introduction: Torah, is a Hebrew word meaning teaching, instruction, or especially Law. It primarily refers to the first section of the Tanakh, i.e. the first five books of the Hebrew Bible.

These books are Genesis (Bereishit), Exodus (Shemot), Leviticus (Vayikra), Numbers (Bemidbar) and Deuteronomy (Devarim) . Collectively they are also known as the Pentateuch (Greek for "five containers", where containers presumably refers to the scroll cases in which books were being kept) or Hamisha Humshei Torah (Hebrew for "the five parts of the Torah", or just Humash "fifth" for short).

Jews also use the word Torah, in a wider sense, to refer to the entire spectrum of authoritative Jewish religious teachings throughout history. In this sense it might include the entire Tanakh, the Mishnah, the Talmud and the midrashic literature. In its widest sense, Jews use the word Torah to refer to any kind of teachings or philosophy.

Intro taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torah
  1. Genesis
  2. Exodus
  3. Leviticus
  4. Numbers
  5. Deuteronomy

Holy Nevi'im
Introduction: Nevi'im contains several third person biographical accounts of the lives of the prophets and accounts of prophesy. That is, the word of God spoken through the mouth of the prophet, in the prophet's own style. Nevi'im contains many powerful prayers, hymns, parables, indictments, sermons, letters, and pronouncements. Historically, Nevi'im narrates the history of the Jewish nation's entry into Israel under Joshua to the pre-Temple era of the Judges, Samuel, Saul, David, and the building of the First Temple. Nevi'im then continues to describe the era of the First Temple, and the warnings and exaltations of many prophets of Israel.

Nevi'im ends with accounts of prophecies made at the time of the destruction of the First Temple.

The first books of Nevi'im are more historical in content. The later books are more poetic in style and often contain stark, ethical and spiritual warnings to the Jewish People.

Intro taken from http://www.wujs.org.il/activist/learning/guide/neviim.shtml
  1. Joshua
  2. Judges
  3. I Samuel
  4. II Samuel
  5. I Kings
  6. II Kings
  7. Isaiah
  8. Jeremiah
  9. Ezekiel
  10. Hosea
  11. Joel
  1. Amos
  2. Obadiah
  3. Jonah
  4. Micah
  5. Nahum
  6. Habakkuk
  7. Zephaniah
  8. Haggai
  9. Malachi

Holy Ketuvim
Introduction: Ketuvim is the third and final section of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible). The Hebrew word ketuvim means "writings." In English translations of the Hebrew Bible, this section is usually entitled "The Writings" or "Hagiographa."

In the Jewish textual tradition, Chronicles is counted as one book.

Ezra and Nehemiah are also counted together as a single book called "Ezra." Thus, there are total of eleven books in the section called Ketuvim.

Intro taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketuvim
  1. Psalms
  2. Proverbs
  3. Job
  4. Songs
  5. Ruth
  6. Lamentations
  7. Ecclesiastes
  8. Esther
  9. Daniel
  10. Ezra
  11. Nehemiah
  12. 1 Chronicles
  13. 2 Chronicles