Books posted in December 2017

The Most Dangerous Thing by Leanne LiebermanHere is the list of the 25 books that I posted on this site in December 2017 :

    1. Angels for Dreamtime by Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael
    2. Apocalyptic Thinking in Early Judaism; Engaging with John Collins’ The Apocalyptic Imagination by Edited by Cecilia Wassen and Sidnie White Crawford
    3. Arthur Szyk: Soldier in Art; edited by Irvin Ungar
    4. Chanukah Tales from Oykvetchnik by Scott Hilton Davis
    5. A Deadly Legacy: German Jews and the Great War by Tim Grady
    6. Dinner at the Center of the Earth by Nathan Englander
    7. Feeling Jewish (A Book for Just About Anyone) by Devorah Baum
    8. Hanukkah Harvie vs. Santa Claus by David Michael Slater
    9. Hebrew Texts in Jewish, Christian and Muslim Surroundings by Edited by Klaas Spronk and Eveline Staalduine-Sulman
    10. Judah Maccabee Goes to the Doctor: A Story for Hanukkah by Ann D. Koffsky
    11. Julius Rosenwald: Repairing the World by Hasia R. Diner
    12. Kristallnacht by Stephanie Fitzgerald
    13. Little Red Ruthie: A Hanukkah Tale by Gloria Koster
    14. The Missing Letters: A Dreidel Story by Renee Londner
    15. Necessary Stories by Haim Watzman
    16. No Naptime for Janie!: A Hanukkah Tale by Margie Blumberg
    17. Pirkei Imahot: The Wisdom of Mothers, The Voices of Women by Lois Sussman Shenker and Rabbi Eve Posen
    18. Queen of the Hanukkah Dosas by Pamela Ehrenberg
    19. Stolen Secrets by L.B. Schulman
    20. Stormy Seas: Stories of Young Boat Refugees by Mary Beth Leatherdale
    21. Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener
    22. Studies in Judaism and Pluralism: Honoring the 60th Anniversary of the Academy for Jewish Religion by Editor:  Leonard Levi
    23. Three Floors Up by Eshkol Nevo
    24. Way Too Many Latkes: A Hanukkah in Chelm by Linda Glaser
    25. The Women in the Castle by Jessica Shattuck

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