Memoirs, Liturgy and Jewish Advice: High Holidays Nonfiction
From memoirs and examinations of liturgy to inspiration from Jewish thinkers, these nonfiction books offer guidance and reassurance during uncertain times.
Our Fall One Book, One Hadassah Pick: ‘Other People’s Pets’
Author R.L. Maizes will discuss her debut novel, 'Other People's Pets,' in the October online event for the One Book, One Hadassah national book club.
Jennifer Weiner’s ‘Big Summer,’ a Discussion Guide for Book Groups
Use our 'Big Summer' discussion prompts to guide your book club in meaningful conversations about one of the season's most popular novels.
A Mother-Daughter Bond Defines ‘The Yellow Bird Sings’
Nuanced character development distinguishes Jennifer Rosner’s debut novel about a widow and her daughter hiding in Nazi-occupied Poland.
‘Rise and Kill First,’ Israel’s Secret Assassination Program
From drone strikes to cellphone bombs, Israeli journalist Ronen Bergman uncovers the history of Israel's targeted assassinations in a riveting, no-holds barred account.