Jewish Book World Blog

From Dust, a Flame by Rebec­ca Podos

From Dust, a Flame by Rebec­ca Podos

Rebecca Podos, Lambda Award-winning author of Like Water, returns with a contemporary Jewish fantasy of enduring love, unfathomable loss, and the power of stories to hold us together when it seems that nothing else...

Just Freddy by Joel Stern

Just Freddy by Joel Stern

Foreword: Rob Rinder Just Freddy, the story inspired by Freddy Stern’s escape from Nazi Germany, is released today, published exclusively through Amazon. A new book specifically written to introduce children and young adults to...

Titan of Tehran by Shahrzad Elghanayan

Titan of Tehran by Shahrzad Elghanayan

From Jew­ish Ghet­to to Cor­po­rate Colos­sus to Fir­ing Squad – My Grand­fa­ther’s Life “Titan of Tehran,” a richly reported and elegantly rendered story, presents a compelling central character, historic sweep and moments that read like chapters...

As If On Cue by Marisa Kan­ter

As If On Cue by Marisa Kan­ter

A pair of fierce foes are forced to work together to save the arts at their school in this swoony YA enemies-to-lovers romance that fans of Jenny Han and Morgan Matson are sure to...

Eddie What­ev­er by Lois Ruby

Eddie What­ev­er by Lois Ruby

Thirteen-year-old Eddie needs to do a community service project in preparation for his bar mitzvah. Against his better judgment, he ends up with a volunteering gig at Silver Brook Pavilion retirement home, where the...

Pol­lak’s Arm by Hans von Trotha

Pol­lak’s Arm by Hans von Trotha

Trans­la­tor: Elis­a­beth Lauf­fer October 16, 1943, inside the Vatican as darkness descends upon Rome. Having been alerted to the Nazi plan to round up the city’s Jewish population the next day, Monsignor F. dispatches...