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M
eltzer
, M
il to n
.
Remember the days: a short history of the Jewish
American.
Illus. by Harvey Dinnerstein. New York, Doubleday,
1974. 114 p. Cloth and paperbound.
The release of creativity crucial to the character of American
Jewry, (ages 12-14)
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World of our fathers: the Jews of Eastern Europe.
Illus. with
photos. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1974. 274 p.
Eyewitness accounts woven into a narrative of the variegated
life of East European Jewry, (ages 12-14)
M
oskin
, M
a r iet ta
.
Waiting for Mama.
Illus. by Richard Lebenson.
New York, Coward McCann, 1975. 91 p.
A warm and loving family story of Russian immigrants on New
York’s Lower East Side, (ages 8-10)
M
urray
, M
ichele
.
The crystal nights.
New York, Laurel-Leaf (Dell),
1975. 267 p. Paperbound.
The pre-1940 anti-Semitism of Germany reaches into the life
of a Connecticut farm family, in a welcome paperbound edition
of this book, (ages 12-14)
N
oble
, I
ris
.
Israel’s Golda Meir: pioneer to prime minister.
New York,
Messner, 1974. rev. ed. 189 p.
Golda Meir is the “undisputed rock upon which Israel rests.”
(ages 11-13)
P
asternak
, V
elvel
,
ed.
Rejoice! songs in modern Hassidic style.
New
York, Tara Publications, 1973. 72 p. Paperbound.
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N
e u m a n n
, R
ichard
,
ed.
Israel in song.
New York, Tara
Publications, 1974. 104 p. Paperbound.
Two books of old favorites and new tunes, with complete
chords, arranged for students and teachers of Jewish music, and
all who enjoy singing, (ages 12 and up)
P
orath
, J
on ath an
D.
Jews in Russia: the last four centuries, a docu­
mentary history.
New York, United Synagogue Commission on
Jewish Education, 1973. 197 p. Paperbound.
A text with absorbing facts about “ the once flourishing and still
great Jewish community of the Soviet Union.” (ages 11-13)
P
rocktor
, R
ichard
.
Nazi Germany: the origins and collapse of the
Third Reich.
Illus. with photos. New York, Holt, Rinehart and
Winston, 1974. 153 p.
Many facts, but not enough depth, (ages 12 and up)
P
rose
, F
ran c in e
.
Stories from our living past.
Ed. by Jules Harlow.
Illus. by Erika Weihs. New York, Behrman House, 1974. 128 p.
A joyous extraction of Jewish values from simple tales, colorfully
illustrated, of Jewish life, (ages 7-9)