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agner
—J
ew ish
J
uven ile
B
ooks
F
e ldm a n
, C
harles
.
Songs of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps. New
York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1970. 56 p.
Songs of prayer, of heroes and songs “just for fun” with piano accom-
paniment and guitar chording. (ages 11 and up)
F
o rm a n
, J
a m e s
.
Ceremony of innocence. New York, Hawthorne, 1970. 249
p .
A German brother and sister display brave resistance to the Nazis,
(ages 12-15)
F
r iedlander
,
H. Out of the whirlwind. New York, Union of American He-
brew Congregations, 1970. 536 p.
This valuable volume makes an attempt to answer the moral and
political questions posed by American adolescents regarding the Holo-
caust. (ages 13 and up)
G
a ff st e in
, M . B . T
wo
piano tuners. Illus.
b y
author. New York, Farrar,
Straus &Giroux, 1970. 72 p.
A story of charm and simplicity, engagingly illustrated, about a little
girl and a grandfather she dearly loves, (ages 5-8)
G
illon
, D
ia n a
and
M
e ir
.
The sand and the stars: the story of the Jewish
people. New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1971. 224 p.
An account of the Jews, their contributions to the world and their
establishment of the State of Israel, (ages 13 and up)
G
o l a n n
, C
ec il
P
a ige
.
The taming of Israel’s Negev. New York, Julian
Messner, 1970. 128 p.
This gives a very readable account of how the desert was reclaimed.
G
reenberg
, S
id n e y
,
and
S
ugarman
, S. A
l l a n
.
Sabbath and festival services
for children. Hartford, Prayer Book Press, 1970. 64 p.
An abbreviated modern traditional service, with English translations
in rhyme, (ages 9-11)
G
ro sm an
, L
adislav
.
The bride. New York, Doubleday, 1970. 113 p.
Realistic fiction, by the author of
The Shop On Main Street,
which
portrays how romance comes late but just in the nick of time to a shy,
unhappy girl under Nazi rule, (ages 12 and up)
H
a le y
, G
a il
.
Noah’s Ark. Illus. by author. New York, Atheneum, 1970. unp.
This version of the Noah’s Ark story illustrates an ecological moral,
(ages 4-8)
H
e nr y
, J
o a n n e
L
anders
.
Bernard Baruch: boy from South Carolina. New
York, Bobbs-Merrill, 1971. 200 p.
An easy to read biography of the famous park bench financier and
philanthropist, (ages 8 and up)
H
irsch
, M
a r il y n
.
The pink suit. Illus. by author. New York, Crown, 1970.
34 p.
The lower East Side is depicted in the era of the 1920s. There is no
religious message. It contains lovely drawings, (ages 3-6)
K
urtis
, A
rlene
H
arris
.
The Jews helped build America. New York. Julian
Messner, 1970. 95 p.
A carefully documented but brief record of Jewish accomplishments
and contributions, with photographs on every page, (ages 9-12)
L
ange
, S
u za nn e
.
The year. New York,
S.
G. Phillips, 1970. 188 p.
A novel about an American girl’s experiences in a Kibbutz, (ages 13
and up)