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Selected Juvenile Books on American Jewish Life,
by De­
borah Brodie
Selected Bibliography on the Holocaust
Jews and Judaism: A Selected Booklist for College Students,
by Louise R. Fluk
Literary Award Winners of the Jewish Book Council
A Booklist for the Jewish Adult.
Introduction by Solomon
Grayzel
A Book List for the Jewish Child
Selected Paperbound Books of Jewish Interest,
by Louise
Renee Rosenberg
Selected Books on Israel,
by Sylvia Landress
Sephardic and Oriental Jewry
The Jewish Press: A Selected Listing
Jewish Reference Books: A Selected List,
by Herbert C.
Zafren
Particularly popular was
Aspects of Jewish Life: A Selected
and Annotated Bibliography of Books and Multimedia Materials
by Hannah Grad Goodman which went into a second printing
shortly after publication. Likewise the bibliographies and other
materials geared to the American Revolution Bicentennial were
favorably received and widely distributed.
N AT ION AL JEWISH BOOK AW A R D CEREMONY
The annual presentation of the National Jewish Book Awards
took place on Sunday, May 23, 1976, at the Park Avenue Syna­
gogue in New York City when citations and a total of $4,000.00
in cash were presented to the award winners selected by the
eight panels of judges. The high caliber of the judges, experts
in each of the eight areas, added prestige to the awards. (The
text of presentation of these awards by Mrs. Charles Schwartz
is in the preceding article.)
The ceremony opened with greetings from Dr. Judah Nadich,
past president of the Council and rabbi of the host congregation.
It was followed by the presentation of library citations by Dr.
Leonard Gold, chairman of the Council’s Library Committee.
The program concluded with the presentation by Mr. Daniel
Rose, president of the National Jewish Welfare Board, of three
special citations to Philip Goodman on his retirement as