Page 187 - Jewish Book Annual Volume 17 (1958-1959)

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as coordinator of Jewish Book Month, aims “to extend the circle
of readers of Jewish books, to revive the traditional zeal for
Jewish knowledge, to foster the practice of augmenting the
libraries of synagogues, Jewish Community Centers and other
Jewish institutions, and to promote interfaith understanding
through books of Jewish interest.”
Publications
During the year under review, the Council made available
the following materials which were widely distributed:
Jewish Book Programs
Jewish Book Council Flyer
Jewish Book Month in Public Libraries,
by Gertrude Finkel
Bookmarks for Jewish Book Month
Jewish Book Shop,
by Isidore Cooperman
Jewish Book Festival,
English and Yiddish editions
Reading Circles for Women
The Jewish Library in School, Center and Synagogue,
by
Jacob S. Golub
Jewish Books in Jewish Schools,
by Philip Goodman
A Book Review Symposium,
by Mortimer J . Cohen
How to Publicize Your Jewish Book Month Programs
P
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Some Jewish Books for Your Home Library
Poster for Jewish Book Month
Children’s Poster
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The Magic Book Shop,
by Sally Miller Brash
I f Books Could Talk,
by Sally Miller Brash
And It Was Written, and It Shall be Read,
by Martha Marenoff
The Little Book,
by Than R. Wyenn
B
ibliograph ies
A Booklist for the Jewish Adult,
by Solomon Grayzel
The Jewish Child in Bookland,
by Fanny Goldstein
Selected. Books on Israel,
by Sylvia Landress
Books On Israel for Children
Children's Books on American Jewish History,
by Philip
Goodman
Selected Yiddish Books for a Library
(in Yiddish)
The Jewish Press: A Selected Listing