Winners of the 2018 National Jewish Book Awards include one of Israel’s foremost statesmen and a couple who kept their love alive by hunting Nazis.
“If All the Seas Were Ink” recounts the years in which Kurshan undertook the project of reading the entire Talmud, one page per day.
The Sami Rohr Prize, awarded annually by the Jewish Book Council, is awarded to fiction and nonfiction books in alternating years.
The National Jewish Book Awards have selected Francine Klagsbrun’s “Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel” as 2017’s most notable Jewish book.
he Jewish Book Council has announced the finalists for the 2017 Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature.
As literature elevates, it is occasionally important to elevate literature, which is, perhaps, why the 2017 National Jewish Book Awards took place in a Manhattan penthouse.
The 2016 National Jewish Book Awards honored Gordis for “Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn” and Chabon for “Moonglow.”
What the original Paper Brigade did will astonish you.
Anxiety continues to roil through the pro-Israel world over a possible last-minute political move by the Obama administration that could permanently alter the Israeli-Palestinian geopolitical landscape.
In honor of Jewish book month a collection of Young Adult and Romance novels for the Sisterhood readership.