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1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die


1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die

Because some books are just worth sharing with others and because it's sooo good to be able to discuss them

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Women's Wisdom The Garden of peace for women - a MUST 1 Reply

Hey there, Just wanted to share with you that the book for men's only finaly came out for WOMEN's ONLY.I started reading it a few days ago and I have to say it has a lot of wisdom in it !!! I would…Continue

Tags: wisdom, women's, book

Started by Rachel Boussidan. Last reply by Sara Menashe Oct 4, 2012.

sci fi and fantasy for the Jewish audience

I just wrote a blog about the dearth of sci fi and fantasy books for Jewish kids and the new book Hereville. I'd like to know if anyone else has ideas on this topic. I'm posting the blog in its…Continue

Tags: children, teens, books, Orthodox, fantasy

Started by rebecca klempner Jan 4, 2011.

Tisha B'Av Books for Kids 1 Reply

While we’re the ones fasting it’s still important to teach our children about the Destruction of the Beis Hamikdash. Here are two books which aim to give the day meaning for young children.Yibaneh…Continue

Started by Lily Amor. Last reply by rebecca klempner Jul 19, 2010.

Announcing new spring 2010 books from Kar-Ben! (3 of 3)

Kar-Ben Publishing is pleased to announce the release of new spring 2010 titles: Hot Pursuit: Murder in MississippiAbout the Freedom Summer Murders in 1964 Benno and the Night of Broken GlassA…Continue

Started by Rachel Boussidan Jan 25, 2010.

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Comment by rebecca klempner on January 2, 2011 at 1:28pm

Sorry...accidentally sent this as an email before (you can ignore if you already received this), but I wanted to make sure to get this up...


As a Chanukah present, my wonderful sister sent me _Encyclopedia of Jewish Food_. It's AMAZING! So much fun, even if just to read! Not only are there wonderful recipes, but the book is about the history, origins, and development of Jewish food and techniques of cooking. A must have for the even-remotely-serious Jewish cook!

Comment by rebecca klempner on September 13, 2010 at 8:50pm
Has anyone ever seen books for children by Amy Krouse Rosenthal? They aren't specifically Jewish books, but they teach middos and positive attitudes in hilarious ways. There's a trio called Little Hoot, Little Pea, and Little Oink about, respectively, going to bed early, eating your veggies, and cleaning your room. There are also middos-vocabulary builders, etc. all about cookies. They are guaranteed to make you and your kids giggle.
Comment by rebecca klempner on September 8, 2010 at 1:19am
I just read an amazing book, The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion. No, it is not a Jewish book, but if you have a grandma, mom or mother-in-law who is a widow, it's a moving and useful read. Ms. Didion tells the story of her husband's sudden death after nearly 40 years of marriage, her daughter's tragic illness, and how she coped and failed to cope through that first year and beyond. I have so much more insight into my widowed family members husband actually has read it on my recommendation (he hardly ever reads anything not Jewish unless it's about parenting or teaching), and found it helpful, too. Also, it's amazingly well-written, which you can't say about most books.
Comment by Jodi on January 20, 2010 at 6:50pm
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