Monthly Archives: October 2015

Get Ready for Readukkah | Association of Jewish Libraries First Reading Challenge

From Heidi Estrin: AJL kicks off its first reading challenge with #Readukkah during Hanukkah, December 6-14, 2015. It’s easy! Anyone can participate, including kids. All you have to do is: Read one Jewish book Review it online (include hashtag #Readukkah) During … Continue reading

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Author’s Notebook | Angela Cerrito and The Safest Lie

The Whole Megillah talks to Angela Cerrito, author of The Safest Lie (Holiday House, 2015, 181 pp.) The Whole Megillah (TWM): You had a long journey with this book. What was your process? Angela Cerrito (AC): Honestly, in the beginning … Continue reading

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Author’s Notebook | Memoirist Sue William Silverman

I first encountered Sue William Silverman through the Vermont College of Fine Arts’ Post-Graduate Conference in 2012 and then at the annual Association of Writers & Writing Program (AWP) conferences. When I think of memoir, I think of Sue. Here’s … Continue reading

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