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 July 2012 Jewish Book Carnival is up. Please visit The Whole Megillah to see all of the fantastic links, including an interview with Dr. Nora Gold, one with Reuven Firestone, a blog post by guest author Amy Ariel, a book review by Leora Wenger, on The Origin of Sorrow, by Robert Mayer, and so much more.
July 17, 2012 – 27 Tamuz, 5772
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The two photographs above are as different as night and day. Isn’t that what our world is like, though, and shouldn’t we be grateful for that.
Why not browse Our World Tuesday and see some fantastic photographs from around our world.
Irwin Stovroff is an 89 year old war veteran, and still striving to help others. He began the Vets Helping Heroes foundation to help veterans heal by providing service dogs to them.
He, himself, was a prisoner of war for one year, and being Jewish when his plane was shot down, he threw away his dog tags that identified himself as being Jewish.
Read more about his story, here.
What They Saved: Pieces of a Jewish Past, by Nancy K. Miller has won the first Jewish Journal Prize.
On February 15, 2012, the winner of the Sami Rohr prize for Jewish Literature will be annouonced. Browse here, to read about the 2012 finalists.
Deborah Kolben has written a heartfelt article on Simms Taback and Russell Hoban, two Jewish authors of children’s books who died “days apart.
January 31, 2012 – 7 Sh’vat, 5772