The 64 books posted on JewishBookWorld.org in March 2022

Covers for some of the 64 books posted on JewishBookWorld.org in March 2022

Here is the list of the 64 books that I posted on JewishBookWorld.org in March 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. Albert Einstein: Genius of Space and Time! by Mark Shulman (on this site)
  2. Alone Together on Dan Street by Erica Lyons (on this site)
  3. American Shtetl by Nomi M. Stolzenberg, David N. Myers (on this site)
  4. Aviva vs the Dybbuk by Mari Lowe (on this site)
  5. Being Here by Manini Nayar (on this site)
  6. Belonging and Betrayal by Charles Dellheim (on this site)
  7. Bene Appétit: The Cuisine of Indian Jews by Esther David (on this site)
  8. Big Dreams, Small Fish by Paula Cohen (on this site)
  9. British Trade Unions, the Labour Party, and Israel’s Histadrut by Ronnie Fraser (on this site)
  10. The Cairo Genizah and the Age of Discovery in Egypt by Rebecca J. W. Jefferson (on this site)
  11. Come and Hear by Adam Kirsch (on this site)
  12. The Corset Maker by Annette Libeskind Berkovits (on this site)
  13. Dear Mr. Dickens by Nancy Churnin (on this site)
  14. Death and Love in the Holocaust by Steve Hochstadt (on this site)
  15. Educating Aviva by Rebecca Marks (on this site)
  16. Exodus and Its Aftermath by Albert Kaganovitch (on this site)
  17. The Expulsion of Jews from Communist Poland by Anat Plocker (on this site)
  18. Faith Fulfilled by Eliezer Berkovits (on this site)
  19. Foundation of Faith by Rabbi Norman Lamm (on this site)
  20. Galka Scheyer: A Jewish Woman in International Art Business by Katrin Keßler (on this site)
  21. German Jews and Migration to the United States, 1933–1945 by Andrea A. Sinn, Andreas Heusler (on this site)
  22. Girl on the Ferris Wheel by Julie Halpern, Len Vlahos (on this site)
  23. Habsburg Sons: Jews in the Austro-Hungarian Army, 1788–1918 by Peter C. Appelbaum (on this site)
  24. Hands of Gold: One Man’s Quest To Find The Silver Lining In Misfortune by Roni Robbins (on this site)
  25. How to Find What You’re Not Looking For by Veera Hiranandani (on this site)
  26. I Am Hava: A Song’s Story of Love, Hope and Joy by Freda Lewkowicz (on this site)
  27. I’d Like to Say Sorry, but There’s No One to Say Sorry To by Mikołaj Grynberg (on this site)
  28. I’ll Keep You Close by Jeska Verstegen (on this site)
  29. In Our Teeny Tiny Matzah House by Bill and Claire Wurtzel (on this site)
  30. In the Market of Zakrobat by Ori Elon (on this site)
  31. Isaac’s Fear: An Early Modern Encyclopedia of Judaism by David Malkiel (on this site)
  32. Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends by Gertrude Landa (on this site)
  33. The Jews of Long Island by Brad Kolodny (on this site)
  34. The Judaism of the Poskim Responsa And Nature Of Orthodox Judaism by Rabbi Gidon Rothstein (on this site)
  35. Land and Spirituality in Rabbinic Literature: A Memorial Volume for Yaakov Elman by Shana Strauch Schick (Editor) (on this site)
  36. The Last Letter by Karen Baum Gordon (on this site)
  37. The Laws of Chanukah and Purim by Rabbi Avraham Chaim Slansky (on this site)
  38. Malkah’s Notebook: A Journey into the Mystical Aleph-Bet by Mira Z. Amiras PhD (on this site)
  39. Max and Emma a Time Machine by Carl Harris Shuman (on this site)
  40. Max and Emma Cross the Red Sea by Carl Harris Shuman (on this site)
  41. Meet the Hamantaschen by Alan Silberberg (on this site)
  42. Meir Kahane by Shaul Magid (on this site)
  43. Music and Jewish Culture in Early Modern Italy: New Perspectives by Lynette Bowring, Rebecca Cypess, Liza Malamut (on this site)
  44. My Daughter’s Keeper by Adiva Geffen (on this site)
  45. Names in a Jar by Jennifer Gold (on this site)
  46. A Nazi Camp Near Danzig by Ruth Schwertfeger (on this site)
  47. An Observant Wife by Naomi Ragen (on this site)
  48. Our Country Friends by Gary Shteyngart (on this site)
  49. Paris Secrets by Sean Vogel (on this site)
  50. The Perversion of Holocaust Memory by Judith M. Hughes (on this site)
  51. The Promise of the Pelican by Roy Hoffman (on this site)
  52. The Purim Story by Rabbi Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D. (on this site)
  53. Quest for Judaic Identity by Douglas Kaplan (on this site)
  54. Raquela’s Seder by Joel Edward Stein (on this site)
  55. Reaching the Promised Land: Unwrap Your Spiritual Present by Nachum Shaw (on this site)
  56. Remembering the Holocaust and the Impact on Societies Today by Simon Bell (on this site)
  57. The Return of the Absent Father by Haim Weiss, Shira Stav (on this site)
  58. Squirrel Hill by Mark Oppenheimer (on this site)
  59. Studies in Spirituality by Jonathan Sacks (on this site)
  60. The The Venice Ghetto by Chiara Camarda, Amanda K. Sharick, Katharine G. Trostel (on this site)
  61. The Topsy-Turvy Bus by Anita Fitch Pazner (on this site)
  62. Upstaged by Diana Harmon Asher (on this site)
  63. What They Didn’t Burn by Mel Laytner (on this site)
  64. What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid? by Michal Oshman (on this site)

Covers for some of the 64 books posted on JewishBookWorld.org in March 2022

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