Books posted on in December 2019

Covers of Books posted on in December 2019

Here is the list of the 18 books that I posted on this site, in December 2019. The image above contains some of the covers. The bold links take you to the book’s page on Amazon; the “on this site” links to the book’s page on this site.

  1. 20 Geshmak Jewish Recipes for Delicious Hanukkah Meals : Impress and Delight Your Guests This Holiday Season (Even the Fussiest Ones…) by Miriam Hirsch (on this site)
  2. 25 Years Jewish Film Festival Berlin & Brandenburg by Nicola Galliner (on this site)
  3. Being Jewish Today: Confronting the Real Issues by Tony Bayfield (on this site)
  4. Birthright: Poems by Eri­ka Dreifus (on this site)
  5. The City of Light by Theodore Bikel, Aimee Ginsburg Bikel (on this site)
  6. Does Judaism Condone Violence? Holiness and Ethics in the Jewish Tradition by Alan L. Mittleman (on this site)
  7. Goodnight Bubbala by Sheryl Haft (on this site)
  8. Hanukkah at the Great Greenwich Ice Creamery: A heart-warming Christmas romance full of surprises by Sharon Ibbotson (on this site)
  9. The Hanukkah Fable of Little Dreidel and Silver Menorah Dyslexic Edition by Sylvia Rouss (on this site)
  10. Jerusalem: City of the Book by Merav Mack, Benjamin Balint, Frédéric Brenner (on this site)
  11. The Liar by Ayelet Gun­dar-Goshen (on this site)
  12. The Miracle of Hanukkah by Malachy Doyle (on this site)
  13. My Spiced Kitchen: A Mid­dle East­ern Cookbook by Yaniv Cohen (on this site)
  14. Noah and the Eight Trucks of Hanukkah by Nancy Rips (on this site)
  15. Protestant Missionaries to the Jewish Communities of Istanbul, Salonika and Izmir 1820-1914 by Leah Bornstein-Makovetsky (on this site)
  16. Reform Judaism and Darwin: How Engaging with Evolutionary Theory Shaped American Jewish Religion by Daniel Langton (on this site)
  17. Waiting for a Miracle by Jennifer Wilck (on this site)
  18. Welcome to Chanu-Con! by Beth Rodgers (on this site)

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