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Finding new ways to tell our story.BooksPicking Sabras With Meir Shalev
In an excerpt from his new book, My Wild Garden, renowned author Meir Shalev shares humorous reminiscences of gathering sabras and ruminates on the link between the cactus and the modern Israeli.
In an excerpt from his book ‘My Wild Garden,’ author Meir Shalev talks about gathering sabras and the link between the cactus and the modern Israeli.BooksJudy Blume
Blume’s ability to translate childhood empathy onto the page, to articulate with directness and compassion just how her readers are feeling and thinking, has earned her a loyal fan base for 50 years.
Blume’s ability to translate childhood empathy onto the page, to articulate with directness and compassion, has earned her a loyal fan base for 50 years.Memoirs, Liturgy and Jewish Advice: High Holidays NonfictionFrom 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.Israeli Author Emuna Elon on Family, Writing and ‘Shtisel’Emuna Elon, author of 'House on Endless Waters,' shares the inspiration for her latest work as well as insights into her famous Israeli family.‘House on Endless Waters’ Looks at Amsterdam’s Jewish PastIsraeli writer Emuna Elon's powerful novel explores family secrets and the fate of Amsterdam's Jewish children during World War II.Sherlock Holmes’ ‘The Adventure of the Peculiar Protocols’In Nicholas Meyer's latest novel, Sherlock Holmes investigates one of the origins of contemporary anti-Semitism, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.