This book is highly recommended by Pnina Moed Kass, It is light to carry and compact, and the printing and layout easily read. With charts and maps it also offers historical facts and information about modern events.More...
Jack Cohen, today a resident of Netanya and a VIP of AACI, describes in his autobiographical novel, Amanuensis, growing up in the east end of London. But Adele Rubin thinks it would have been interesting to learn more of how Jack succeeded in spite of the difficulties and his career as an adult.More...
Rolly King Kohansky interviews Fradle Pomerantz in the wake of the recent publication of her new book, Passionate Pioneers: The Story of Yiddish Secular Education In North America : 1910-1960.More...
Lydia Aisenberg reviews Yuval Danieli's book and describes it as a labor of love. She says that with so many these days lamenting the demise of kibbutzim, it is heartening to find a book that puts the emphasis on the first hundred years of the kibbutz movement.More...
Pnina Moed Kass muses about the bookmark which she says is a memory keeper: it marks the pages we read, it heralds the pages we have yet to read. The recycled envelopes, postcards, timetables we use as bookmarks are reminders of places and events that obviously we don’t want to forget. Whatever we hold between our fingers and insert between the pages honors the act of slipping into another world, the pleasurable act we call reading.More...
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