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SCHOTTEN / ANGLO-JEWISH BOOKS
CHILDREN’S FICTION
285
M
e l n ik o f f
, P
am e l a
.
Prisoner in time: A child of the Holocaust.
London:
Blackie, 1992. 142 p.
MISCELLANEOUS
B l u e , L i o n e l
and
M a g o n e t , J o n a t h a n .
H
ow
to get up when life gets
you down:
A
companion and guide.
London: Fount, 1992. 256 p.
G
o u l d
, A
llan
and
S
ie g e l
, D
a n n y
.
The unorthodox book ofJewish records
and lists.
London: Robson Books, 1993. 196 p.
An irreverent look at Jews, their religion and their way o f life.
H
y m a n
, M
a v i s
.
Indian Jewish cookery.
London: Hyman, 1992. 192
p .
J
a c o b s o n
, H
o w a r d
.
Roots Schmoots: Journeys among Jews.
London: Vi­
king, 1993. 256 p.
Travel book with a difference — as the author searches for his
Jewish roots through the Catskill Mountains, Manhattan, Eilat, Je­
rusalem, Berlin, Munich, Stamford Hill and Llandudno.
L
e v y
, F
a y e
.
Faye Levy’s international Jewish cookbook.
London: Ebury
Press, 1992. 352 p.
S
c h w a r t z
, O
d e d
.
In search of plenty: A history of Jewish food.
With line
drawings by Jane Human. London: Kyle Cathie, 1992. 292 p.
W
o o l g a r
,
C.M. and
R
o b s o n
,
K.
A guide to the archive and manuscript
collection of the Hartley Library Mss. 1-200.
Southampton: Univ. of
Southampton Library, 1992. 204 p.