April 26, 2019

Books

Thirty-eight years in the making, “President Carter: The White House Years” (Thomas Dunne Books) is part memoir and part history.
Waves of Jewish immigrants washed up on the shores of the Atlantic at the turn of the century in the hopes of fulfilling the American dream,
“Hope, Not Fear” is deeply rooted in the author’s mastery of, and reverence for, Torah and Talmud. While Blech quotes Woody Allen
The plainspoken title of "How Old Is the Hebrew Bible?" by Ronald Hendel and Jan Joosten (Yale University Press) poses a simple question
Jack Miles, former Jesuit priest, and Pulitzer Prize fellow is a man of many accomplishments; he’s probably best known as “God’s biographer.”
“A Father’s Story: My Fight for Justice Against Iranian Terror” describes obligations to his daughter that continued after her death.
Prolific local author Michelle Markel includes a cute and fuzzy hamster as a Hanukkah companion in a new roundup of Hanukkah books for kids
Robert Mnookin brings a unique perspective to the anguished debate within the Jewish community over what it means to be a Jew in America.
Al Franken, accused of sexual harassment, felt compelled to resign his seat in the U.S. Senate. Republican Brett Kavanaugh, accused of sexual
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