Tagged: Jewish Book Council

The Daugh­ter of Auschwitz by Tova Fried­man

The Daugh­ter of Auschwitz by Tova Fried­man

My Sto­ry of Resilience, Sur­vival and Hope A powerful memoir by one of the youngest survivors of Auschwitz, Tova Friedman, following her childhood growing up during the Holocaust and surviving a string of near-death...

The Unfin­ished Corner by Dani Col­man

The Unfin­ished Corner by Dani Col­man

Illustrator: Rachel Petro­vicz Twelve-year-old Miriam doesn’t know much about Jewish mythology. She’s not even sure she wants to be Jewish. So, imagine her confusion when a peculiar angel whisks her off to finish the...

Flower of Vlo­ra by Anna Kohen

Flower of Vlo­ra by Anna Kohen

Grow­ing up Jew­ish in Com­mu­nist Albania Covering the years 1938 through the present, Flower of Vlora is a funny and tense account of Anna Kohen’s Romaniote-Jewish family in Albania and how they were saved...

Bone Weaver by Aden Poly­doros

Bone Weaver by Aden Poly­doros

From the author of The City Beautiful comes a haunting fantasy following Toma, adopted daughter of the benevolent undead, making her way across a civil war-torn continent to save her younger sister as she...

The Vil­lage Idiot by Steve Stern

The Vil­lage Idiot by Steve Stern

A wild, effervescent, absinthe-soaked novel that tells of the life of the extraordinary artist Chaim Soutine Steve Stern’s astonishing new novel The Village Idiot begins on a glorious spring day in Paris 1917. Amid...