The Whole Megillah is pleased to once again host the monthly Jewish Book Carnival!
Here are this month’s links:
Chava Pinchuck spoke with Yael Levy about romance novels and social commentary.
- Over on My Machberet, Erika Dreifus routinely curates pre-Shabbat Jewish-lit links. Here’s one recent post.
- In March, Jill at Rhapsody in Books reviewed Sadness Is a White Bird by Moriel Rothman-Zecher. In this topical and beautiful story, a young Jewish man who came from America to Israel unexpectedly befriends two Palestinian siblings, causing him to question everything he thought he knew about his new country and about himself.
- Batya Medad on Shiloh Musings reviews a very accessible theological work. Disillusions: A Spiritual GPS For the Journeyer, The Real New World Order by Yemima Bakol manages to be both a very serious philosophical and theological book mostly about Judaism, but light, fun and easy reading, too. Now, that is a very amazing accomplishment.
- Deborah Kalb interviews a wide variety of authors on her book blog. Here’s a link to a recent interview with Dina Gold, author of Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin.
- Finally, at The Whole Megillah | The Writer’s Resource for Jewish Story, Barbara Krasner interviews authors Margie Wolfe and Pnina Bat Zvi and illustrator Isabelle Cardinal about their Second Story Press picture book, The Promise.
Thanks for hosting. For some reason I am (as usual) having problems leaving comments on the Blogger-hosted sites, but I am reading everything!
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Thanks, lovely roundup.
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