The 59 books posted on in January 2021

The 59 books posted on in January 2021

Here is the list of the 59 books that I posted on in January 2021. 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. An Added Soul: Poems for a New Old Religion by Herbert J. Levine (on this site)
    2. The Beauty of What Remains: How Our Greatest Fear Becomes Our Greatest Gift by Steve Leder (on this site)
    3. Beloved Comrades: A Novel in Stories by Yermiyahu Ahron Taub (on this site)
    4. Between Berlin and Slobodka: Jewish Transition Figures from Eastern Europe by Hillel Goldberg (on this site)
    5. Blintzes and Blunts and Blowies, Oh My! by Gabriela Nicole Kalter (on this site)
    6. Bugsy Siegel: The Dark Side of the American Dream by Michael Shnayerson (on this site)
    7. Can Robots Be Jewish? And Other Pressing Questions of Modern Life by Amy Schwartz (on this site)
    8. Charity in Rabbinic Judaism: Atonement, Rewards, and Righteousness by Alyssa M. Gray (on this site)
    9. Contested Holiness: Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Perspective on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem by Rivka Gonen (on this site)
    10. Contextualizing Jewish Temples; Edited by Tova Ganzel and Shalom E. Holtz (on this site)
    11. Davening Divine: A Companion to the Weekly Shabbat Davening by Rabbi Ephraim Epstein (on this site)
    12. Don’t Touch the Bones by Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach (on this site)
    13. Everyone is Present by Terry Kurgan (on this site)
    14. The Exit Visa: A Family’s Flight from Nazi Europe by Sheila Rosenberg (on this site)
    15. Exodus: A Parsha Companion by David Fohrman (on this site)
    16. The Four Questions by Lynne Sharon Schwartz (on this site)
    17. Gender Equality and Prayer in Jewish Law by Rabbi Ethan Tucker, Rabbi Micha’el Rosenberg (on this site)
    18. The Good Doctor of Warsaw by Elisabeth Gifford (on this site)
    19. Grandma: The Story of a Boy and His Grandma by Joseph S. Wolkin (on this site)
    20. Holocaust Memory in Ultraorthodox Society in Israel by Michal Shaul (on this site)
    21. Houdini: The Elusive American by Adam Begley (on this site)
    22. The Imperfects by Amy Meyerson (on this site)
    23. Israel’s Transformative Black Artists by Charles Moore (on this site)
    24. Janusz Korczak and Yitzhak Katzenelson: Two Educators in the Abysses of History by Moshe Shner (on this site)
    25. The Jewish Idea and Its Enemies: Personalities, Issues, Events by Edward Alexander (on this site)
    26. Jewish Mysticism: The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Kabbalah, Merkabah Mysticism, and Ashkenazi Hasidism by Mari Silva (on this site)
    27. Jews in Southern Tuscany during the Holocaust by Judith Roumani (on this site)
    28. Jews, Liberalism, Antisemitism: A Global History by Abigail Green, Simon Levis Sullam (on this site)
    29. Kodesh by Gabi Aharonov (on this site)
    30. The Lady with the Books: A Story Inspired by the Remarkable Work of Jella Lepman by Kathy Stinson (on this site)
    31. The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War by David Nasaw (on this site)
    32. Life and Love in Nazi Prague: Letters from an Occupied City by Marie Bader (on this site)
    33. Life Death Memories by Thomas Hecht (on this site)
    34. Memoirs of Reb Mayer Gurkov: Sefer Hazichronos Divrei Hayamim by Mayer Gurkov (on this site)
    35. Memorial Book of Kremenets by Jonathan Wind (on this site)
    36. The Memory Work of Jewish Spain by Daniela Flesler, Adrian Perez Melgosa (on this site)
    37. Mishkan Ga’avah: Where Pride Dwells; Edited by Rabbi Denise L. Eger (on this site)
    38. Modern Kosher: Global Flavors, New Traditions by Michael Aaron Gardiner (on this site)
    39. One Girl in Auschwitz: A WW2 Jewish Girl’s Holocaust Survival True Story by Sara Leibovits and Eti Elboim (on this site)
    40. The Paper Girl of Paris by Jordyn Taylor (on this site)
    41. The Passion of Life: Escaping the Holocaust by Helene J. RW. Wald (on this site)
    42. Places in the Parasha: Biblical Geography and Its Meaning by Yoel Elitzur (on this site)
    43. The Polio Pioneer: Dr. Jonas Salk and the Polio Vaccine by Linda Elovitz Marshall (on this site)
    44. The Prince and the Sufi by Dalia Yasharpour (on this site)
    45. Reason to Believe: The Controversial Life of Rabbi Louis Jacobs by Harry Freedman (on this site)
    46. Reimagining Israel by Josh Hoffman (on this site)
    47. Resistance Girl: A True Survival Story of a Brave Jewish Girl During WW2 by Hassia Knaani (on this site)
    48. A Shoebox Full of Money by Martin Kleinman (on this site)
    49. The Slaughterman’s Daughter by Yaniv Iczkovits (on this site)
    50. Strangers in a Stranger Land: How One Country’s Jews Fought an Unwinnable War alongside Nazi Troops… and Survived by John B. Simon (on this site)
    51. Student’s Companion to The Guide of the Perplexed by Moses Maimonides by Ben Zion Katz (on this site)
    52. Surviving the Ghetto by Serena Di Nepi (on this site)
    53. The Tailor Project: How 2,500 Holocaust Survivors Found a New Life in Canada by Andrea Knight, Paula Draper, Nicole Bryck (on this site)
    54. Theological Stains: Art Music and the Zionist Project by Assaf Shelleg (on this site)
    55. The Trouble with Good Ideas by Amanda Panitch (on this site)
    56. An Unkosher Death by Judith Groudine Finkel (on this site)
    57. When We Can’t Go Out: Jewish Joy at Home by Jeff Gottesfeld (on this site)
    58. Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context by Golan Y. Moskowitz (on this site)
    59. A Zombie Vacation by Lisa Rose (on this site)

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