How Miriam Udel, a self-described Hebrew school nerd, became the greatest champion of Jewish children’s stories written by secular leftists.
“I call him leftist Lassie.”
“I never really considered ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ to be only a children’s movie,” Link said.
Reading Juster’s work, even the most reluctant math students experienced a flicker of interest in fractions.
“We don’t have to react as if it’s some kind of crazy thing for a woman to lead a spiritual community.”
Here’s what I’ve learned by spending time with the All-of-a-Kind Family.
We’re pleased to welcome Katherine Locke and Laura Silverman to discuss their anthology It’s a Whole Spiel: Love, Latkes, and Other Jewish Stories.
Children’s book author Lesléa Newman on her new book “Gittel’s Journey” and the importance of having Jewish characters in children’s stories.
For all its strengths, this new Jewish children’s book relies too heavily on the undeniable value of its message.
The qualities Lola shares with her “Bubbie” are personal, not overtly cultural.