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J EWI SH BOOK ANNUAL
36
EDUCATIONAL
B
a r k a n
,
H. Kinder mayses (Stories for children). New York, Educational
Department of the Workmen’s Circle, 1951. 48 p., illustrated.
B
ass
,
H.
B.
Shprakh un dertsiung (Language and education); Methods of teaching
Yiddish in the elementary school. New York, Educational Department of
the Workmen’s Circle, 1950. 400 p.
A new curriculum, covering material and methods, for the Workmen’s
Circle schools. The previous curriculum appeared in 1939.
P
e r e t z
,
J.
L .
Dray khsidishe dertseylungen (Three hassidic tales). Buenos Aires,
Yidbukh, Society for Secular Jewish Schools in Argentina, 1949. 27 p.,
illustrated.
The book includes: If not higher. — Teacher of Chelm. —The Kabbalists.
Illustrated by M. Feigenblum.
MISCELLANEOUS
F
r e il ic h
,
J. Yosef Opatoshu’s shafung-veg (Joseph Opatoshu’s creative devel-
opment). Toronto, Gershon Pomerantz Library, 1951. 162 p.
Analysis of the works of the author of
In Polish Woods.
N
ig e r
,
S. H. Leivick, 1888-1948. Toronto, H. Leivick Jubilee Committee,
Gershon Pomerantz Library, 1951. 501 p.
First detailed biography of Leivick. (See
In Jewish Bookland
, April, 1951).
R
o t s t e in
, S
a m u e l
.
Tsadikim un khsidim; anthology of tales concerning leaders
and followers of hassidism. New York, the author, 1951. 272 p.
By a former editor of the
Jewish Daily News
(Yidisher Tageblat) of Warsaw
and author of many monographs on hassidic leaders.
Yidisher Bikher-Rat fun Amerike
(Jewish Book Council of America). Year
book 1950-1951. Edited by Abraham G. Duker, Moses Feinstein and
Dr. Jacob Shatzky. New York, 1950. 79, 119 p.
The Annual, devoted to coverage of Jewish literary production in America,
is in English, Yiddish, and Hebrew sections.