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10 Terrific High Holy Day Books for Kids

  • Posted by Ann Abrams
  • On September 23, 2016
  Stories are a great way to help children and young adults prepare for Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur. Here are 10 High Holiday-themed books to share with the kids in your life. Rosh Hashanah is Coming! by Tracy Newman is an ideal choice for the youngest children. A board book with a rhyming scheme […]
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Recommended reading…

  • Posted by Ann Abrams
  • On February 26, 2016
I recently had the pleasure of attending a book reading by Penny Rosenwasser, author of: Hope Into Practice:  Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite Our Fears.  She gave a very engaging presentation, and I recommend hearing her, if she comes to your neighborhood. The book is both a history of the Jews and antisemitism, with her […]
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What are you reading?

  • Posted by Ann Abrams
  • On January 29, 2016
I’d love to hear from TI folks as to what you’re reading, what you’re liking, and why?  Feel free to talk about any type of book.  Let’s create community around reading! I’ll start:   I’m almost finished Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates.   Toni Morrison calls it “required reading,” ‘and I always do what […]
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What’s new in the library?

  • Posted by Ann Abrams
  • On January 22, 2016
Many new books have recently been added to the library, for readers of all ages! FOR READERS GRADES PRESCHOOL – 6. Newman, Lesléa. Here is the world : a year of Jewish holidays.  2014. Illustrates the joy and significance of each Jewish holiday throughout the year, with further information and a craft or recipe at […]
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