Category Archives: Jewish Books

New Blog: The ProsenPeople

The Jewish Book Council blog, The ProsenPeople, is now a part of jewishbookcouncil.org.

All future posts can be found here.

Questions? Comments? Email us at jbc@jewishbooks.org

New Website!

Our new website is officially live!

http://www.jewishbookcouncil.org

We’re very excited about all of the new resources available to readers, authors, and publishers and invite you to explore using our Resource section to find what you’re looking for.

Over the next two months, we will be making updates and edits throughout the site and we need your help. If you see anything strange, if a menu isn’t working, if there is a typo or misspelling, we want you let us know. Or, if you have any general feedback, please send that our way, as well. Please send all comments and feedback to: moderator@jewishbooks.org

The Jewish Message

Earlier this week, Tom Fields-Meyer wrote about reading and thinking about books and took a look at autism and GodHe has been blogging here all week for the Jewish Book Council and MyJewishLearning.

Not long ago, I had the pleasure of speaking at an event to benefit my children’s summer camp. In the midst of a lovely discussion, the rabbi who runs the camp offered a question: “What’s your book’s Jewish message?”

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One Book, One Community in Chicago

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter
Spertus College recently announced their One Book, One Community pick for Jewish Book Month: A Day of Small Beginnings (Lisa Pearl Rosenbaum)

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JLit Links

Posted by Naomi Firestone-Teeter

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