The February Jewish Book Carnival, hosted by Yael Shahar at A Damaged Mirror, is up! Go take a look at all of the links!
The links are varied, from book reviews for adult reading to book reviews of children’s books. There is a link to a free three-part discussion series, and also two links to interviews with authors.
Thank you for including my link! Thank you for hosting!
Read the poignant farewell to Antonin Scalia, written by Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ostend: Stefan Zweig, Joseph Roth, and the Summer Before the Dark, sounds like a fascinating read.
I enjoyed reading about ‘Hummus in Hanoi‘!
The May Jewish Book Carnival is up and hosted by Jennifer Tzivia MacLeod! There are many links to browse through, from a podcast interview, to book reviews, to insights, and to so much more! There is something there for everyone!
Visit Write Kids Books, to see all of the links. Thank you for hosting, Jennifer!
I am sorry for the update-I felt this article to be of importance: Nazi Art Trove: Matisse Painting Returned to Jewish Owners
Leora’s blog, Sketching Out, is hosting the February Jewish Book Carnival 2015. Please take the time to visit and browse the resources/links.
From a beautiful photograph, to a podcast, from book discussions and book reviews to poetry and the Sydney Taylor Award 2015 Blog Tour, there is something there for everyone!
Shavua Tov! Have a great week!
Visit The Book of Life Blog and browse all of the links for the November Jewish Book Carnival. The various contributors have excellent content to share, including book reviews, interviews, a fun child’s page, and other interesting posts.
Thank you to The Book of Life, for hosting the November Jewish Book Carnival.
Autumn’s cooler weather is a wonderful time to sit back, sip your favorite beverage, munch on a scone, brownie or muffin, and browse the links for November.
I finished reading Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots, by Deborah Feldman. A review will be upcoming this week.
I am almost finished reading the novel, The Marriage Artist. So far it is an excellent read.