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Madonna
now Esther
England
Singer, Performer, Entertainer, Author, student of Jewish mysticism
[ kushner]












Author: Tova Mirvis
Author of / Currently Reading
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Author: Naomi Ragen
Author of / Currently Reading
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Author: Abigail Pogrebin
Author of / Currently Reading
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Author: Francine Klagsbrun
Author of / Currently Reading
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Author: Josh Neuman
Author of / Currently Reading
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Author: Dara Horn
Author of / Currently Reading
[ kushner] [ our haven and out strength]












Author: Samuel Freedman
Author of / Currently Reading
[ kushner] [ our haven and out strength]












Author: Josh Braff
Author of / Currently Reading
[ kushner] [ our haven and out strength]












Rabbi Harold Kushner
Rabbi Laureate
Temple Israel of Natick MA
Author of The Lord is My Shephard, 2004
[ kushner] [ our haven and out strength]












Bernie Maengen
Library - Temple Beth Israel
Eugene, OR.
Summer 2004
[ bronx primitive] [ fierce attachments]












Enid
Los Angeles

Summer 2004
[ leegant] [ kushner]












Barbara Bibel
Oakland Public Library/Congregation Netivot Shalom Library
Oakland CA
Summer 2004
How to Keep Kosher
Paper Plates: When Part of Your Family Keeps Kosher (Jason Aronson)
From Generation to Generation
[ He She and It by Marge Piercy]












Marcia Schertz
Temple Israel
Portsmouth, N.H.
Summer 2004
[ He She and It by Marge Piercy]













Kathe S. Pinchuck
Clifton/Passaic Jewish Youth Library
Clifton, NJ
Summer 2004
[ tova mirvis]













Susan Pankowsky
West End Synagogue Library
Nashville, TN
Summer 2004
[ Your travel guide to ancient Israel by Josepha Sherman]













Michlean Amir
Fall 2003
[ dara horn]













Miriam Miller
Fall 2003
[ fateless imre]













Susan Schaalman Youdovin
Assistant to the Director for Special Projects
Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies
Asher Library
Chicago IL
[ the pity of it all ]













Sandra Gillis
Mt Scopus Memorial College
Melbourne, Australia
Fall 2003
[ coffee trader]













J Moss
Fall 2003
[ Bliss by Matalon] [ telushkin]













Basya Karp
Shulamith School For Girls Librarian
Fall 2003
[ Haim Sabato's Adjusting Sights] [ Ruthie Pearlmans Dark Tapestry] [ Ruthie Pearlmans Dark Tapestry]















J. Brendan Bell-McGonigle
Temple Shalom
Wheeling, WV
Fall 2003
[ five cities of refuge]












S. Rellstein
Evanston IL
Fall 2003
[ A Man of Three Worlds: Samuel Pallace 
]
In the late fifteenth century, many of the Jews expelled from Spain made their way to Morocco and established a dynamic community in Fez. A number of Jewish families became prominent in commerce and public life there. Among the Jews of Fez of Hispanic origin was Samuel Pallache, who served the Moroccan sultan as a commercial and diplomatic agent in Holland until Pallache's death in 1619. Before that, he had tried to return with his family to Spain, and to this end he tried to convert to Catholicism and worked as an informer, intermediary, and spy in Moroccan affairs for the Spanish court. Later he became a privateer against Spanish ships and was tried in London for that reason. His religious identity proved to be as mutable as his political allegiances: when in Amsterdam, he was devoutly Jewish; when in Spain, a loyal converso (a baptized Jew).











Lori Amchin
Librarian at Congregation Beth Or
Spring House, PA
Fall 2003
[ lost tribe]












Faith Jones
Librarian, Dorot Jewish Division
The New York Public Library
NYC
Fall 2003
[ Cultures of Opposition]












Stacey Weinberg, Librarian
Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
Rockville, MD
Fall 2003
[ Samir and Yonatan]












Brenda Yi, Librarian
Jewish Community Centre
Mid-Levels, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
Fall 2003
[ roth human stain]












Barbara M. Bibel
Reference Librarian
Science/Business/Social Science/Government Documents
Oakland Public Library
Oakland, CA
Fall 2003
[ pray tell] [ or hadash]












Ann Abrams, Librarian
Temple Israel
Boston, MA
Fall 2003
[ Buying Dad One Woman's Search for]
What do two nice Jewish girls do when they want to start a family? They can marry two nice Jewish boys, or, if they happen to be lesbians, they can buy sperm online from California! Buying Dad is a hilarious, edgy, first--person chronicle of a year in the life of a woman engaged in a very alternative family-planning experience. Peeling back the layers of self-indulgence accumulated in 30-odd years as a self-proclaimed gay, childless, albeit happy neurotic, Harlyn Aizley takes the reader on one of the most personal, intimate and utterly female journeys any woman, gay or straight, can make -- that of becoming a mother. Aizley's story begins with the search for sperm -- known or unknown donor? Delivered on dry ice or in a nitrogen tank? The journey unfolds within the context of her relationship with her female partner, her mother's cancer diagnosis, the threat of her own possible infertility and finally pregnancy itself. Aizley's wry voice and candid prose embrace this confluence of major life events with the humor and wisdom that make Buying Dad accessible to any woman who ever considered ending a lifetime of sleep-filled nights and becoming a parent.








Cecile Fleetwood
Temple Emanu-El
San Diego
Fall 2003
[ hanas suitcase]
In March 2000, a suitcase arrived at a children's Holocaust education center in Tokyo, Japan. On the outside, in white paint, were these words: Hana Brady, May 16, 1931, and Waisenkind-the German word for orphan. Children who saw the suitcase on display were full of questions. Who was Hana Brady? What happened to her? They wanted Fumiko Ishioka, the center's curator, to find the answers. In a suspenseful journey, Fumiko searches for clues across Europe and North America. The mystery of the suitcase takes her back through seventy years, to a young Hana and her family, whose happy life in a small Czech town was turned upside down by the invasion of the Nazis.














J. Brendan Bell-McGonigle
Temple Shalom
Wheeling, WV
Fall 2003
[ blum eve of war]













Henie Krishtalka
Librarian, Herzliah High School St. Laurent
Montreal Quebec Canada
Fall 2003
[ mani] [ liberated bride]

















Rachel Leket-Mor
Jewish Studies Bibliographer
Collection Development Division
Arizona State University Libraries
Tempe, AZ
Fall 2003
[ ten thousand lovers]















Larry Mark
Manhattan
Fall 2003


[ israelis] [ right to exist] [ case for israel] [ wrestling zion]













[ healing israel] [ why do they fight] [ death as a way of life grossman] [ amira]















Kathe Pinchuck
Volunteer
Passaic Clifton Jewish Youth Library
and the Yeshivat Bet Hillel of Passaic Library.
New Jersey
Fall 2003
[ raising roses among the thorns]













Elizabeth F. Stabler, Librarian
Congregation Emanu-El
New York, NY
Fall 2003
[ bernard alamud complete stories] [ bernard alamud complete stories]











Judy Greenblatt
Director of Library Services
Bureau of Jewish Education of RI
Fall 2003
[ an hour in paradise]











Noni Rudavsky
Hebrew Union College
Cincinnati Ohio
Fall 2003
[ an true story of hansel and gretel]











Eve Pasternak
Waldor Memorial Library
Whippany, NJ
Fall 2003
[ the receiving]













Carol Witt
Librarian, Congregation Har Shalom
Potomac, MD
Fall 2003
[ Terrorist Hunter]















Linda R. Silver
Ratner Media and Technology
Jewish Education Center of Cleveland
Cleveland, OH
Fall 2003
[cultures of the jews by biale]













Barbara Bibel
Congregation Netivot Shalom,
Berkeley, CA
and Oakland Public Library, Oakland, CA
Fall 2003
[ The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel] [ A Season in Bethlehem: Unholy War in a Holy Place by Joshua Hammer]















Rachel Kamin, Director
Temple Israel Libraries & Media Center
West Bloomfield, MI
Fall 2003
[Family History by Dani Shapiro] [ The Seventh Telling by Mitchell Chefitz
] [ in the image dara horn] [ three daughters letty pogrebin ]













[Welcome to Heavenly Heights by Risa Miller
] [ The Autograph Man by Zadie Smith] [ nuland] [ new rabbi ]













Besos de Valencia
Alba Toscano
Sinagoga conservador/masorti "La Javura"
calle Uruguay 59, pta 13
46007 Valencia Spain
http://www.uscj.org/world/valencia
Fall 2003
[ Martin Sicker Between Rome and Jerusalem 300 years of Roman-Judaean Relations]
















Bernie Maengen
Temple Beth Israel
Eugene, OR.
Fall 2003
[Beautiful as the Moon Radiant as the Stars - Jewish Women in Yiddish Stories an Anthology]













Susan Pankowsky
West End Synagogue Library
Nashville, TN
Fall 2003
[Pray Tell a Hadassah guide to Jewish prayer]













Jonathan Safran Foer, author
Fall 2002
[The collected poems of Yehudah Amichai] [Everything Is Illuminated] [amichai]














Barbara Bibel, Librarian
August 2002
[Golem of Gotham] [Everything Is Illuminated] [The Jews of Brooklyn]














Susan Ochs, Librarian II
Dobson Ranch Branch
City of Mesa Public Library, Mesa, Arizona
Summer 2002

[The Chosen] [My Name is Asher Lev]

















Gary Shteyngart, author
Fall 2002
[barney's version] [shteyngart] [apprenticeship]














Leonard Slatkin, National Symphony Musical Director
Fall 2002
[woody allen] [slatkin] [apprenticeship]














E.D.
Berkeley
UC Berkeley, CA
Summer 2002

The Postzionism Debates: Knowledge and Power in Israeli Culture by Laurence J. Silberstein
Tractate Beitzah

[The post Zionism debates by Laurence silberstein] [Tractate Beitzah]












Linda S.
Summer 2002

[ATONEMENT] [The Illuminated Soul, Stollman ] [long time no see susan isaacs]

















[book] Faye Kellerman, author of several mysteries, including The Stone Kiss (Warner Books, July 2002), The Forgotten, and The Rutual Bath, to name just three is reading the following for Summer 2002:



[ Bad Boy Brawly Brown by Walter Mosley] [ Fire Lover by Joseph Wambaugh] [ The Emperor of Ocean Park by Stephen L. Carter]

















Rachel Erlich Kamin, Director
Temple Israel Libraries & Media Center
West Bloomfield, MI
Summer 2002

[ What My Mother Doesn't Know by Sonya Sones] [ Black Mirror by Nancy Werlin]

















M. Amir
Summer 2002

[ The Blessing of the Skinned Knee by Wendy Mogel] [ Still Alive by Ruth Kluger]















Cecile Fleetwood
Librarian
Temple Emanu-El of San Diego
Summer 2002
[ Today I Am a Boy by David Hays]







Alba Toscano
Presidenta/Librarian, Sinagoga "La Javura", Valencia, Spain.
http://www.uscj.org/world/valencia
Summer 2002
1- El Asesinato del Sabado por la Manana: Un caso psicoanalitico (The Saturday Morning Murder) by Batya Gur
2- El Rabi no Cree en Dios by Solly Wolodarsky (The Rabbi Does Not Believe in God)
3- Harry Potter by J.K.Rawlings

[ El Asesinato del Sabado por la Manana: Un caso psicoanalitico The Saturday Morning Murder by Batya Gur] [ El Rabi no Cree en Dios by Solly Wolodarsky] [ harry potter]















Ana Kurland
Summer 2002

[ Life in the damn tropics by David Unger]














Bruce Whitham, Drexel
Summer 2002

[Jewish Literacy by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin]














Andrea Davidson, The Temple-Tifereth Israel
Cleveland, Ohio
Summer 2002

[ Revenge by Laura Blumenfeld]














Rebecka Snell
Temple Micah, Denver
Summer 2002

[ snow in august] [ everything illuminated ]













Steven M. Bergson
Jewish Public Library of Toronto
Summer 2002

[ Jews in America Cartoon]














B.K.
Shulamith School for Girls
Summer 2002

[ dark tapestry] [ the movement ruthie pearlman]














Ofrah Safaer
Editor
Ofrah's Jewish Book Club on MyJewishBooks.com
Summer 2002

[ seinfeld] [ Sabbath river] [ burnt bread]














Lisa Silverman, Library Director
Sinai Temple Blumenthal Library
Los Angeles, CA
Summer 2002

[ 1185 Park Avenue by Anne Roiphe] [ The Avengers by Rich Cohen] [ A Man Walks Into a Room by Nicole Krauss ]














Anne Dublin, Librarian & Author
Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto, Canada
Summer 2002

[ Paul Johnson's History of the Jews]














JB
Clearwater FL
Summer 2002

[ letters auntie fori]














Barbara
Summer 2002

[ Paul Johnson's History of the Jews]














Jennifer Bleyer
Editor
HEEB Magazine


[ like being killed  a jewish girl and heroin]





















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