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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
A ik e n , L i s a .
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o
be a Jewish woman.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson, 1992.
282 p.
A comprehensive study of the role of women within classical
Jewish thought.
B
l e c h
, B
e n ja m in
.
Understanding Judaism: the basics of deed and creed.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson, 1991. 368 p.
A presentation of the fundamentals of Judaism.
C
a h n
- L
ipm a n
, D
av id
E.
The book ofJewish knowledge: 613 basicfacts about
Judaism.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson, 1991. 472 p.
C
a r d in
, N
ina
B
e t h
,
ed. and tr.
Out of the depths I call to you: a book
of prayers for the married Jewish woman.
Northvale, NJ: J . Aronson,
1992. 127 p.
Translations of women’s Hebrew prayers from an 18th century
Italian woman’s prayerbook.
C
a r m e l l
, A
r y e
.
Masterplan: Judaism
its program, meaning, goals.
Spring Valley, NY: Feldheim, 1991. 398 p.
Describes the universal goals of Torah and how halachic guide­
lines form a consistent, and meaningful program for the achieve­
ment of these goals.
C
h i l l
, A
b r a h a m
.
Abrabanel on Pirke Avot: a digest of Rabbi Isaac
AbrabaneVs “Nahalot Avot” with selections from other classical commen­
taries on Pirke Avot.
Compiled and trans. by
A .
Chill. Brooklyn,
NY: Sepher-Hermon Press, 1991. 503 p.
C
o h e n
, N
a c h m a n
.
Tractate Pesachim, vol. I : commentary and study guide.
Spring Valley, NY: Feldheim, 1991. 490 , 114 p.
Includes the full Hebrew text with extensive English commen­
tary.
D
ia m a n t
, A
n it a
and
H
ow a rd
C
o o p e r
.
Living a Jewish life: Jewish tra­
ditions, customs and values for today’s families.
New York: Harper,
1991. 330 p.
A guide to Jewish living divided into four parts: Basic Jewish
concepts, Home, Community, and Observance.
F
is h b a n e
, S
im c h a
.
Method and meaning of the Mishnah Berurah.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1991. 183 p.
A study of the code of Jewish law, the
Mishnah Berurah,
by Yisrael
Meir ha-Kohen, the Chafetz Chaim, which is one of the most con­
sulted compendia.
F
o r s t e r
, B
r en d a
and
J
o s e ph
T
a b a c h n ik
.
Jews by choice: a study of con­
verts to Reform and Conservative Judaism.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1991.
181 p.
Includes author’s recommendation for speeding up converts’ in­
tegration into the Jewish community.
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