JBC Bookshelf

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

Each year we receive hundreds of Jewish interest books. Many make it into our magazine, Jewish Book World, many make it onto our blog and website, and many are submitted to the National Jewish Book Awards. While we do our best to remain timely and share the latest news on all things Jewish literary, unfortunately it sometimes takes a bit longer to get the word out about certain books than we’d like. In order to slightly ease the delay for some of these titles, I’ll be posting a brief listing of a few of the books that have come across my desk every several weeks. You will most likely see more about the these titles in the coming months, so just think of this as a little heads up.

Summer 2014 Jewish Book Preview (5/1/2014)

Spring 2014 Jewish Book Preview (1/7/2014)

Valentine’s Day (2/14/2013)

Most Anticipated Spring 2013 Titles (1/4/2013)

War and Extremism in Fiction (10/25/2012)

Fall Reads: Nonfiction (9/20/2012)

A Nod Toward the Past (9/10/2012)

Fairy Tales, Noir, Translations, Cooking (6/22/2012)

From B(ible) to Z(oo) (5/17/2012)

Translations and Boundaries (4/19/2012)

Journeys (3/1/2012)

Spring is Near (2/9/2012)

International Edition (1/30/2012)

Musings on Jewish Identity (12/22/2011)

Yiddish, Mitzvahs, and Cooking (12/14/2011)

Series, Art, and Fiction (12/6/2011)

2012 Preview (11/29/2011)

Fall Cookbooks (9/1/2011)

Fall Nonfiction (8/23/2011)

Fall Fiction (8/18/2011)

Fall Travel (8/9/2011)

Summer Hodgepodge (6/16/2011)

Fiction Edition (5/2/2011)

Thomashefsky Inspired Edition (4/7/2011)

Baseball Edition (3/31/2011)

Expanded Edition (3/8/2011)

Valentine’s Day Edition (2/11/2011)

Poetry Edition (2/3/2011)

Ice Day Edition (2/2/2011)

MLK Day Edition (1/17/2011)

Snowy Edition (1/7/2011)

First Edition (1/4/2011)

4 responses to “JBC Bookshelf

  1. A GOOD DAY TO YOU ,SHALOM AKICHEM,

    UWANDER IF I CAN GET THROU YOU THE ARKAVIE DICTIONERY/

    THANKS

    ARYEH ROKACH

  2. Pingback: JBC Bookshelf: Fall Fiction | Jewish Book Council Blog

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