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GOTTLIEB/JWB JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL
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JEWISH BOOK WORLD
This quarterly publication, initiated in 1982, has grown rapidly
in both editorial and advertising pages. The front-of-book mate­
rial has been expanded to include a wider range of subject matter
and the number of reviews has increased. At this time there are
over 3,000 subscribers to the
Jewish Book World.
William Wollheim
is the journal’s editor.
JEWISH BOOKS IN REVIEW
This bimonthly syndicated book review service of the Council
is being used by more than forty English-Jewish newspapers and
periodicals throughout the country. It is estimated that in the
past year some 120 reviews were published. These include fic­
tion, non-fiction, and children’s books.