A bounty of Jewish and Israeli-themed books awaits readers this fall, with choices ranging from the gently nostalgic to the deeply disturbing.
Charlotte Mendelson’s new book is on the list for the Man Booker Prize. The heroine is Hungarian, but there is something very Jewish about the theme.
Jezebel columnist Lizzie Skurnick emerged as the go-to authority on the young adult genre. She is now republishing the coming-of-age classics that she celebrates.
The Forward is hosting an event full of food, comedy and conversation, exploring the role Jewish food plays in connecting us to one another.
Soccer gave English Jews a chance to be part of general society. A new book illuminates the conflict between assimilation and staying Jewish.
Two new novels by Jewish women are the talk of the town. They talk about their town (that would be Brooklyn) and why so many authors are moving there.
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