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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
J
acobs
, L
ouis
.
Jewish thought today. New York, Behrman House, 1971. 170 p.
Volume three of the Chain of Tradition series, covering law, ethics,
and thought, (ages 13-15)
K
agan
, J
oan
.
Beyond six days: focus on Israel. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, 1971. 60 p.
This kit contains selections of articles from American books and
magazines which relate to issues and problems concerning Israel in three
sections: The conflict, life in Israel and problems in Israel, (ages 12-14)
K
err
, J
udith
.
When Hitler stole pink rabbitt. New York, Coward, McCann
& Geoghegan, 1972. 192 p.
This tale is based on the author’s experiences in Nazi Germany,
(ages
8
-
12
)
K
lein
, M
ina
C. and
A
rthur
H. Israel: land of the Jews: a survey of 43
centuries. New York, Bobbs-Merrill, 1972. 224
p .
A fascinating history which refutes the common assumption that the
Holy Land had long periods without Jews, and traces the Jewish pres­
ence there from biblical times to today, (ages 12-15)
K
olatch
, A
lfred
J. Fun in learning about Passover. Illus. by Gabe Joseph-
son. New York, Jonathan David. 1972. 64 p.
Passover facts in en te r ta in ing stories, puzzles and activ ities, (ages
8
-
12
)
L
evin
, M
eyer
.
Beginnings in Jewish philosophy. New York, Behrman House,
1971. 192 p. Jewish Heritage Series.
A five unit volume, with photographs and index, explaining Judaism
in simple, easy to understand terms from “Who made the world?” to
“Is there life after death?” (ages 13-15)
L
evoy
, M
yron
.
The witch of fourth street and other stories. Illus. by Gabriel
Lisowski. New York, Harper & Row, 1972. 128 p.
Stories about the lower East Side in the 1920’s concerning various
ethnic groups not the least of which is the Jewish story of Aaron Kandel
who confronts “Cossacks” on Second Avenue, (ages 9-12)
L
ittle
, J
ean
.
Kate. New York, Harper & Row, 1971. 160 p.
A description of a half-Jewish situation in Canada permeated by
anti-intellectual bias, with a hopeful ending, however, (ages 9-12)
M
iller
, M
ilton
G., and
S
chwartzman
, S
ylvan
D. Our religion and our
neighbors. Illus. by William Steinel. New York, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, 1971. 297 p.
A revised edition adjusted to the rapid change of the living religions
of our world, (ages 13-15)
M
indel
, N
issan
. T h e ca ll o f the sho far and o th e r stories. A d a p te d by C
hana
Z
uber
-S
harfstein
. Illus. by Za lm an K le inm an . N ew York , M erkos L ’in -
yon e i C h in u ch .
1971. 63 p.
Lovely stories teaching Jewish concepts; charmingly illustrated, (ages
6-9)
M
orris
, T
erry
.
Shalom, Golda. New York, Hawthorne Books,
1971. 208 p .
An inspiring tale of a gutsy, independent Golda and her rise from
poverty to become Prime Minister of Israel, (ages 13-15)
N
ath an
, D
orothy
.
The shy one. Illus. by Carolyn Cather. New York, Wind­
ward Books, 1971. 179 p. Paperbound.
A re-issue in paperback of a story of a Jewish American family in
the Canadian northwest, (ages
9-12)