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Sefer haYashar (Hebrew ספר הישר) means "Book of the Upright One"), but Jashar is generally left untranslated into English and so Sefer haYashar is often rendered as Book of Jasher.
- Sefer haYashar, a collection of sayings of the sages from the Amoraim period in Rabbi Zerahiah's Sefer Hayasher
- Sefer haYashar, a commentary on the Pentateuch by the 12th-century Abraham ibn Ezra
- Sefer haYashar, by the Kabbalist and philosopher Abraham Abulafia
- Sefer haYashar, Rabbeinu Tam's 12th-century treatise on Jewish ritual and ethics
- Sefer haYashar of Zerahiah the Greek, a moral treatise of the 13th century
- Sefer haYashar, a 14th-century work by Jonah ben Abraham of Gerona
- Sefer haYashar (midrash), a 16th-century book of Jewish legends covering the period from the creation of man to the first wave of the conquest of Canaan
- Book of Jasher (Pseudo-Jasher), an 18th-century forgery by a London printer, Jacob Ilive
- Book of Jashar by Benjamin Rosenbaum, a fictional translation of the supposed Book of Jasher mentioned in 2 Samuel.
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