The 46 books posted on in November 2023

Covers of some of the 45 books posted on in November 2023

Here is the list of the 46 books that I posted on in November 2023. The image 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. Abomination by Ashley Goldberg (on this site)
  2. Absurdity and Meaning in Contemporary Philosophy and Jewish Thought by Alan L. Mittleman (on this site)
  3. Amos Oz: Writer, Activist, Icon by Robert Alter (on this site)
  4. Beyond the Blocs by David Makovsky (on this site)
  5. The Blood Years by Elana K. Arnold (on this site)
  6. The Box with the Sunflower Clasp by Rachel Meller (on this site)
  7. Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Jewish Thought by Libby Henik, Lewis Aron (Editors) (on this site)
  8. The Cost of Free Land by Rebecca Clarren (on this site)
  9. Counting Lost Stars by Kim van Alkemade (on this site)
  10. Courage to Dream: Tales of Hope in the Holocaust by Neal Shusterman (on this site)
  11. Daughters of the Occupation by Shelly Sanders (on this site)
  12. Denying History by Michæl Shermer, Alex Grobman (on this site)
  13. Dwell Time: A Memoir of Art, Exile, and Repair by Rosa Lowinger (on this site)
  14. Easy Hanukkah Recipes for Holidays by Liane Fortis (on this site)
  15. Ecclesiastes and the Search for Meaning by Erica Brown (on this site)
  16. Ellie’s Deli: Wishing on Matzo Ball Soup! by Lisa Greenwald (on this site)
  17. Emerald Ark: Memories of a Jewish Irish Youth by Theo Garb (on this site)
  18. Escape from the Pit by Renia Kukielka (on this site)
  19. The Extraordinary Dreidel by Devorah Omer (on this site)
  20. Forged in America: How Irish-Jewish Encounters Shaped a Nation by Hasia R. Diner, Miriam Nyhan Grey (Editors) (on this site)
  21. The Golem of Brooklyn by Adam Mansbach (on this site)
  22. Home after Fascism: Italian and German Jews after the Holocaust by Anna Koch (on this site)
  23. Hot Jewish Hanukkah: The Naughty (and Nice) Guide to All Eight Nights by Danielle Brody, Michael Valdes (on this site)
  24. How the Talmud Can Change Your Life: Surprisingly Modern Advice from a Very Old Book by Liel Leibovitz (on this site)
  25. The Invention of a Tradition by Immanuel Etkes (on this site)
  26. The Island of Extraordinary Captives by Simon Parkin (on this site)
  27. Jewish Culture and Creativity by Eitan P Fishbane, Elisha Russ-Fishbane (Editors) (on this site)
  28. Lesbian Love Story: A Memoir In Archives by Amelia Possanza (on this site)
  29. The Little Liar by Mitch Albom (on this site)
  30. Molly The Menorah by C.E. Grossman (on this site)
  31. Morgenthau by Andrew Meier (on this site)
  32. Mudman by James Hunter (on this site)
  33. One for Each Night: The Greatest Chanukah Stories of All Time by (on this site)
  34. Oscar’s Hanukkah: A Poetic Tale by Ron Isaacs (on this site)
  35. The Oxford Handbook of Jewish Music Studies by Tina Frühauf (on this site)
  36. The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization, Volume 7: National Renaissance and International Horizons, 1880–1918 by Israel Bartal, Kenneth B. Moss (Editors) (on this site)
  37. The Power of Hasidic Stories: Their Meaning for Our Time by Dov Peretz Elkins (on this site)
  38. The Reeducation of Race by Sonali Thakkar (on this site)
  39. The Right Solution by Mark Falstein (on this site)
  40. Save Me a Seat!: A Life with Movies by Rick Winston (on this site)
  41. The Schlimazel of Sebreim by Richard Elfman (on this site)
  42. The Sky Over Rebecca by Matthew Fox (on this site)
  43. Tears of History by Pierre Birnbaum (on this site)
  44. United in Diversity by Marcela Menachem Zoufalá, Olaf Glöckner (on this site)
  45. What Rosa Brought by Jacob Sager Weinstein (on this site)
  46. The Wolf Hunt by Ayelet Gundar-Goshen (on this site)

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