Tag Archives: Meir Shalev

JBC Bookshelf: Fall Nonfiction

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This fall brings not only a bounty of fiction, but a bounty of nonfiction, as well. This edition of “JBC Bookshelf” offers memoirs, a “biography,” and humor, taking us from Israel to Egypt to France (keeping with the “travel” trend). Many of the below titles will be reviewed in our fall or winter issue of Jewish Book World, so be on the look out for more about each of them. And, while we love bringing you fall book treats, we also have another (literary) treat in store for you…stay tuned… Continue reading.

Book Cover of the Week: My Russian Grandmother and Her American Vacuum Cleaner

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National Jewish Book Award Winner Meir Shalev has a memoir coming out…continue reading here.

JBC Bookshelf: First Edition

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Each year we receive hundreds of Jewish interest books. Continue reading here.

The Best Israeli Novelist You’ve Never Heard Of

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The Jewish Week on Meir Shalev (Winner of the 2007 National Jewish Book in Fiction for his work A Pigeon and a Boy).

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