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oble
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ris
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Israel’s Golda Meir: Pioneer to Prime Minister. New York,
Julian Messner, 1972. 192 p.
An account of Golda’s rise from a poverty stricken girlhood in Mil­
waukee to Prime Minister of Israel, (ages 12 and up)
O
ffit
, S
idney
.
Not all girls have million dollar smiles, and other tales from
Sam Orlinsky’s scene. New York. Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1971.
160 p.
Eight stories of a Jewish boy growing up in Baltimore, learning about
fair play, family and religious loyalty and tenderness, (ages
12
and up)
O
rgel
, D
oris
.
The mulberry music. Illus. by Dale Payson. New York, Harper
& Row, 1971. 176 p.
A half-Jewish child faces the serious illness of her beloved grand­
mother and learns how compassion and love survive the loss of some­
one close, (ages 9-12)
R
iegf
.
r
, S
h a y
.
Our family. New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1972. 64 p.
A portrayal of the author’s family from Poland, Russia and England,
using photographs of her sculptures and sketches of rabbis and scholars,
(all ages)
R
osenblum
, M
orris
.
Heroes of Israel. New York. Fleet Press, 1972. 28
p .
Accounts of outstanding men and women of Israel from Herzl to
Agnon, with pictures and maps, (ages 8-12)
S
chwartzman
, S
ylvan
D. Reform Judaism, then and now. Illus. by Rose
Zamonski. New York, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1971.
339 p.
Completely new edition of the story of the Reform movement designed
to present the historical and theological background, (ages 13-15)
S
egal
, R
obert
H .
Responsive singing. New York, United Synagogue of
America, 1971. 184 p.
This volume follows a melodic line rooted in the Shabbat liturgy
and includes transliterations of the prayers into both Ashkenazic and
Sephardic pronunciations, (ages 13-15)
S
evern
, B
ill
.
Ellis Island: the immigrant years. New
York ,
Julian Messner,
1971. 191 p.
The history of the island which was the landing point for New
Americans, (ages 13 and up)
S
harm a t
, M
arjorie
W
e inm an
.
Getting something on Maggie Marmelstein.
Illus. by Ben Shecter. New York, Harper & Row, 1971. 96 p.
A very funny yet perceptive novel of a battle of wits between Thad
Smith and a Jewish girl, Maggie Marmelstein. (ages 9-11)
S
haroff
, V
ictor
.
The heart of the wood. Illus. by Wallace Tripp. New
York, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1971. 63 p.
The story of Isaac in a medieval walled city who learns a bit of
Judaism when he gives his rabbi a special gift, (ages
6
-
8
)
S
hecter
, B
en
.
Someplace else. Illus. by author. New York, Harper & Row,
1971. 172 p.
A very real Jewish boy faces the happy and unhappy experiences of
moving to a new neighborhood and those changes inherent in growing up.
S
holom
A
leichem
.
Tevye, a miracle. Original drawings in full color
by
Kerman-Kerman. New York, Fleet Press, 1972, 24 p.
One of the famous Tevye stories bringing to the young reader the
world of the Jews in Czarist Russia. A charming tale of how Tevye
becomes a milkman, (ages K-3)