The Sami Rohr Prize, awarded annually by the Jewish Book Council, is awarded to fiction and nonfiction books in alternating years.
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Joshua Cohen’s new novel reimagines the Biblical character as the wealthy Jewish owner of a moving company.
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Looking around at Rosh Hashanah services, she thinks: “Surely inside some of these minds burned this strange fire, these same doubt-riddled thoughts?”
A culinary historian responds to the violence in Charlottesville through a deeply personal lens, and suggests that food offers a point of connection.
A man in California who was the only survivor in his family received a book from Germany that had been dedicated to him as a child by his teacher.
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