August 2018 Jewish Book Carnival

The Whole Megillah is pleased to once again host the monthly Jewish Book Carnival!

Here are this month’s links:

  • At Life Is Like a Library, Chava Pinchuck looks at some books that are appropriate for the month of Elul, a time to review the past year and prepare for the new one.
  • Deborah Kalb interviews a wide variety of authors on her website, Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb. Here’s a link to a recent interview with Cherise Wolas about her new novel, The Family Tabor.
  • A true life mystery, The Lost Artist is a book about the illustrator of a classic Hebrew book written for children, which had been very popular in the early days of the State of Israel. In The Lost Artist, Book Review, Batya Medad on Shiloh Musings tells about  The Lost Artist LOVE PASSION WAR (PART 1) by Eric Hausman-Houston.  She writes that the book is suitable for older children and adults.
  • The Book of Life podcast presents a panel discussion on Social Justice and Jewish Children’s Books!
  • Over on the My Machberet blog, Erika Dreifus posts weekly “Pre-Shabbat Jewish Literary Links.” Here’s one recent example, featuring an interview with author André Aciman, Erika’s own take on a debut novel by Hilary Zaid, and much more.

 

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About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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3 Responses to August 2018 Jewish Book Carnival

  1. shilohmuse says:

    Thanks so much.

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