The 52 books posted on JewishBookWorld.org in January 2022

Here is the list of the 52 books that I posted on JewishBookWorld.org in January 2022. 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. The $150,000 Rugelach by Allison and Wayne Marks (on this site)
  2. Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Life of Radical Amazement by Julian E. Zelizer (on this site)
  3. The Age of the Parákletos by Ron Naiweld (on this site)
  4. American Jewish Year Book 2020 by Arnold Dashefsky, Ira M. Sheskin (on this site)
  5. The Angel and the Cholent by Idit Pintel-Ginsberg (on this site)
  6. Armenian and Jewish Experience between Expulsion and Destruction by Sarah M. Ross, Regina Randhofer (on this site)
  7. Beyond a Code of Jewish Law: Rabbi Avraham Danzig’s Ḥayei Adam by Simcha Fishbane (on this site)
  8. The Bomb Thief and Other Curious Cases by Rabbi Yitzchok Menachem Karlinsky, Rabbi Gavriel Rubin (on this site)
  9. Cheeky: A Head-to-Toe Memoir by Ariella Elovic (on this site)
  10. The Cigar Factory of Isay Rottenberg by Hella Rottenberg, Sandra Rottenberg (on this site)
  11. David Ben-Gurion and the Foundation of Israeli Democracy by Nir Kedar (on this site)
  12. Defending Britta Stein by Ronald H. Balson (on this site)
  13. Divine Violence in the Book of Samuel by Rachelle Gilmour (on this site)
  14. Elaine Black Yoneda by Rachel Schreiber (on this site)
  15. Entebbe Declassified by Sayeret Matkal Operators (on this site)
  16. Essays on Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, and the Left by Jean Amery (on this site)
  17. For the Freedom of Zion by Guy MacLean Rogers (on this site)
  18. From Africa to Zion by Danny Abebe (on this site)
  19. How to Pack for the End of the World by Michelle Falkoff (on this site)
  20. In the Shadow of the Holocaust: Jewish-Communist Writers in East Germany by Thomas C. Fox (on this site)
  21. Jacob Katz on the Origins of Orthodoxy by Giti Bendheim (on this site)
  22. Jewish Literature: A Very Short Introduction by Ilan Stavans (on this site)
  23. The Jewish Philatelist: A contemporary tragedy by Rafael Duarte Oliveira Venancio (on this site)
  24. Judaism 3.0: Judaism’s Transformation To Zionism by Gol Kalev (on this site)
  25. Kowel; Testimony and Memorial Book by Eliezer Leoni‐zopperfin (on this site)
  26. Larry’s Latkes by Jenny Waldman (on this site)
  27. Leonard Cohen: The Mystical Roots of Genius by Harry Freedman (on this site)
  28. The Lost Café Schindler by Meriel Schindler (on this site)
  29. Margarete Susman – Religious-Political Essays on Judaism by Elisa Klapheck (on this site)
  30. The Medieval Archive of Antisemitism in Nineteenth-Century Sweden by Cordelia Heß (on this site)
  31. New Perspectives in American Jewish History: A Documentary Tribute to Jonathan D. Sarna by Mark A. Raider, Gary Phillip Zola (on this site)
  32. Operation Joktan by Amir Tsarfati, Steve Yohn (on this site)
  33. The Philip Roth We Don’t Know: Sex, Race, and Autobiography by Jacques Berlinerblau (on this site)
  34. A Play for the End of the World by Jai Chakrabarti (on this site)
  35. Polish Jews in the Soviet Union (1939–1959) by Katharina Friedla, Markus Nesselrodt (on this site)
  36. The Revelation at Sinai: What Does “Torah from Heaven” Mean? by Yoram Hazony, Gil Student, Alex Sztuden (on this site)
  37. Rooted in Torah by Matityahu Clark (on this site)
  38. Signs of Survival: A Memoir of the Holocaust by Renee Hartman, Joshua M. Greene (on this site)
  39. Something Wild by Hanna Halperin (on this site)
  40. Sources on Jewish Self-government in the Polish Lands from Its Inception to the Present by Franois Guesnet, Jerzy Tomaszewski (on this site)
  41. The Summer of Lost Letters by Hannah Reynolds (on this site)
  42. Sydney A. Frankel’s Summer Mix-up by Danielle Joseph (on this site)
  43. Through the Prism by Esther Shkop (on this site)
  44. Thy Fathers Instruction: Reading the Nuremberg Miscellany as Jewish Cultural History by Naomi Feuchtwanger-Sarig (on this site)
  45. A Time to Gather: Archives and the Control of Jewish Culture by Jason Lustig (on this site)
  46. To Be a Holy People: Jewish Tradition and Ethical Values by Eugene Korn (on this site)
  47. Tunnels by Rutu Modan (on this site)
  48. Under Jerusalem by Andrew Lawler (on this site)
  49. Wannsee: The Road to the Final Solution by Peter Longerich (on this site)
  50. Warm and Welcoming by Warren Hoffman, Miriam Steinberg-Egeth (on this site)
  51. The Winter Guest by Pam Jenoff (on this site)
  52. Yearbook by Seth Rogen (on this site)

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