The Torah is composed of five books. The first part, the book of "Genesis", begins with the creation of the world and concludes with the sons of Israel going down to Egypt.
The second part, the book of "Exodus", continues the epic of the family that becomes a nation of people whom God redeems from slavery to freedom and with whom He makes an eternal covenant.
The third book, "Leviticus", is primarily addressed to the priests, focusing on worship and purity as the means of coming closer to God.
The fourth book, "Numbers", depicts the years in which the people of Israel wandered in the wilderness, eventually arriving at the gateway to the Land of Israel in the plains of Moab.
The fifth book, "Deuteronomy", summarizes many of the events in the life of the people, and concludes with Moses' words of admonition and blessing for the future.