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H ym an , Fr ieda C la r k .
The Jewish experience: Book 1.
New York,
United Synagogue Commission on Jewish Education, 1975. 248 p.
A survey of Jewish history and customs from the Covenant of
Abraham to the advent of Hellenism, (ages 12-14)
K e r r , Ju d ith .
The other way round.
New York, Coward McCann,
1975. 256 p.
Fifteen-year-old Anna ignores the war as much as possible in
order to pursue her own interests—academic and romantic—in
London in the 1940’s, (ages 13-15)
K la u sn e r , A b rah am J.
A child’s prayer book for the holidays of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Illus. in color. Yonkers, New York,
Emanu-El Publications, 1974. Unp.
Prayers, parables, and responsive readings for the High Holidays,
(ages 7*10)
K r a s i lo v sk y , P h y l l i s .
L. C. is the greatest.
Nashville, Thomas Nelson,
1975. 129 p.
Louise comes to terms with her Jewish and personal identity in
a negative, cynical book set in Brooklyn during the Depression,
(ages 11-13)
Kubie , N o r a B en jam in .
The Jews of Israel: history and sources.
Sources ed. by Marc R. Silverman. Illus. with photos. New York,
Behrman, 1975. 128 p. Paperbound.
Jewish ideals and national identity examined in an attractive
and discussion-provoking text about life in Israel, (ages 11-13)
Lev in , N e i l ,
ed.
Songs of the American Jewish experience.
Illus. with
photos. Chicago, Board of Jewish Education, 1976. 214 p. Paper-
bound.
An excellent overview of American Jewish life in a Bicentennial
collection of songs in twenty-two categories with historical back­
ground and musical arrangements, (ages 11-14)
L ong , Frances .
Student inquiry book for the Jews of America: history
and sources.
Illus. with photos. New York, Behrman, 1975. 121 p.
Paperbound.
A workbook to stimulate discussion of the text of
The Jews of
America,
(ages 11-13)
M an n , Peggy .
Ralph Bunche, UN peacekeeper.
New York, Coward
McCann, 1975. 384 p.
Extremely detailed biography of the first Black man to win the
Nobel Peace Prize, a devoted architect of peace in Israel, (ages
11-13)
M c D e rm o t t , B e v e r ly B rodsky .
The Golem: a Jewish legend.
Illus.
by the author. New York, Lippincott, 1976. Unp.