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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
D
eutschman
, B
en
.
In a small town a kid went to shul, and other stories.
Nashville, Tenn., Aurora, 1971. 183 p.
Seventeen delightful stories of Jewish life outside America’s urban
centers, told with refreshing candor and a winning tongue-in-cheek
manner, (ages
10
-
12
)
D
orff
, E
lliot
N. Jewish law and modern ideology. New York, United
Synagogue of America, 1971. 280 p.
Quotations from distinguished philosophers of the past three centuries
are studied and refuted, (ages 13-15)
E
dwardson
, C
ordelia
.
Miriam lives in a kibbutz. Photographs by Anna
Riwkin-Brick. New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1971. 48 p.
Miriam, a Jewish child with no siblings, moved from Morocco to a
kibbutz in Israel, finds problems and ultimately happiness in her new
communal life. Photographs are descriptive and attractive.
E
isenberg
, A
zriel
,
ed. Jerusalem eternal. New York, Jewish Education Press.
1971. 384 p.
An indispensable tool in gaining mastery of the significance of Jeru­
salem in the life of the Jew throughout the ages, (ages 13-15)
--------- . Goodman, Hannah Grad; Kass, Alvin. Eyewitnesses to Jewish His­
tory. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1971. 384 p.
An anthology of first hand reports by people who lived through events
of importance in Jewish history, covering the period from 586 BCE
through 1967. (ages 13-15)
E
isenstein
, J
udith
K
a plan
.
Heritage of music: the music of the Jewish
people. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1972.
356 p.
This valuable book affords opportunities for singing, playing and
listening to music grown out of Jewish experience, organized thematically.
Piano arrangements with guitar chording is supplied; choral pieces
are included, as well as English translations of Hebrew, Yiddish and
Ladino. (all ages)
E
llis
, H
arry
B.
Israel: one land, two peoples. Illus. with photographs and
maps. New York, Crowell, 1972. 224 p.
An analysis of the historical and religious differences locking Arab
and Jew in conflict, (ages 12-14)
F
linker
, M
oshe
.
Young Moshe’s diary. New York, Jewish Education Press;
Jerusalem, Yad Vashem, 1972. 126 p. Paperbound.
A re-issue of the autobiography of a Jewish boy in Nazi Europe, his
spiritual torment and hopes before death in Auschwitz, (ages 10-14)
G
ersh
, H
arry
; B
orow itz
, E
ugene
B.; C
hanover
, H
ym a n
. W h e n a
Jew cele­
brates. Illus. by Erika W e ih s . N ew York , Beh rm an H ouse ,
1971. 256
p .
Description of all holidays, including chapters on naming, home and
family and death, with a glossary of Hebrew terms, (ages 9-14)
G
lasgow
, A
l ine
.
The pair of shoes. Illus. by Symeon Shimin. New York,
Dial Press, 1971. 48 p.
In 19th century Poland a Bar Mitzvah boy learns the true meaning
of manhood in a sort of “gift of the Magi” situation, (ages 6-10)
G
oldberg
, L
ee
.
Room for rent. Los Angeles, Ward Ritchie, 1972. 28 p.
An animal story in verse by an award-winning Israeli poet, (ages 5-9)