From the publisher's website:
"A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew is a complete revision of Duane Garrett’s respected 2002 release originally entitled A Modern Grammar for Classical Hebrew. In addition to the revisions and contributions from new coauthor Jason DeRouchie, the book now includes the answer key for an all-new companion workbook, an updated vocabulary list for second year Hebrew courses, and a DVD that contains PowerPoint teaching helps as well as vocabulary audio files."
Van Pelt's presentation pays more attention to pedagogy than most introductory Hebrew grammars. Furthermore, the clear presentation and structure of the book make it a great "elementary reference grammar." That is, one can quickly find in this grammar information (paradigms, explanations, etc.) that students typically learn in elementary classes.
Peter J. Gentry uses an earlier edition of this book in his elementary Hebrew classes.
Gentry says (editorial review posted on Amazon):
"The clear, simple presentation in each chapter, the consistent and early use of biblical examples in the exercises, and an approach that combines the best in modern linguistics with older philological traditions reveals a pedagogical art seldom seen. Ross provides copious helps to jump-start the student in reading narrative and offers intermediate level information for the keen learner. I have used earlier versions of Ross's grammar over the past sixteen years with great success and highly recommend this text to others."-Peter J. Gentry, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Learning Biblical Hebrew by Karl Kutz; Rebekah Josberger
Call Number: PJ4701 .W5 2007 c.1 REFERENCE ROOM and General Collections
Publication Date: 2007
Williams' Hebrew Syntax provides an introducotry outline of Hebrew syntax. In this 3rd edition John Beckman has significantly updated the presentation. The updated presentation makes this slim volume a gook quick reference work for basic, traditional categories of Hebrew syntax. Beckman has also keyed each entry to the major reference grammars.
Call Number: PJ4707 .W35 1990 REFERENCE ROOM and General Collections
Publication Date: 1990
From the Publisher's page:
"Meeting the need for a textbook for classroom use after first year Hebrew grammar, Waltke and O'Connor integrate the results of modern linguistic study of Hebrew and years of experience teaching the subject in this book … More than 3,500 Biblical Hebrew examples illustrate the points of grammar under discussion."
From the description on the Eisenbrauns website:
"In 1986, Elisha Qimron published the first comprehensive study of the Hebrew language of the scrolls from Qumran, examining the orthography, phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary of the language … Even now, over twenty years later, his work remains the standard reference on the subject."
Invitation to Biblical Hebrew Sybntax by Russell T. Fuller; Kyoungwon Choi
This grammar is intended for intermediate or advanced students of Hebrew who wish to learn more about the history of the Hebrew language, specifically its phonology and morphology. Reymond focuses on aspects of Hebrew that will promote a student's retention of words and their inflection as well as those that will reinforce general principles of the language. Specific examples for memorization are outlined at the end of each chapter. The book also serves as a resource for students wishing to remind themselves of the relative frequency of certain phenomena. The book provides students with a full picture of the language's morphology by providing tables of the inflection of individual words for most classes of nouns and adjectives as well as tables that set similar verbal inflections side by side.