Wicked Son

If You Will It: Rebuilding Jewish Peoplehood for the 21st Century

Publication Date: 10/08/2024

Hundreds of thousands of young Jews have drifted away from the American Jewish community and many more may follow. This book explains to Jewish parents, donors, and organizations how Jewish education, Jewish summer camping, and time spent in Israel can revive and strengthen Jewish identity. American Jewish identity is steadily…

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Lolita at Leonard’s of Great Neck and Other Stories from the Before Times

Publication Date: 05/28/2024

Rich with authentic detail and insight, these compelling stories sweep the reader along on an intimate, uniquely Jewish journey from 1974 through the first decade of the new millennium as the characters wrestle with identity, independence, ambition, sexuality, faith, and love. The five compelling tales comprising Lolita at Leonard’s of Great…

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Judessey

Publication Date: 05/07/2024

The journey of a Jewish partisan during the Holocaust. The Holocaust is an event greater than the sum of the survivor testimonies and the stories of its six million victims. It is an event beyond the capacity of the human brain to contain. It deserves to be described not only…

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Tikkun Ha’am / Repairing Our People: Reimagining Liberal Judaism in America

Publication Date: 01/16/2024

Contemporary Judaism is facing unprecedented challenges. Today’s Jews have the opportunity—and the obligation—to reclaim a Jewish vocabulary of sanctity, activism, and the desire to stand apart from today’s world. Repairing Our People is a cry from the heart by one of American Judaism’s most prolific voices. His message: the role…

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A Gift of Many Colors: Keren Keshet―The Rainbow Foundation, 1999-2019

Publication Date: 12/12/2023

Financier Zalman Bernstein left the bulk of his charitable wealth to the discretion of his wife, Mem Bernstein, and his longtime friend and confidante, Arthur Fried. This is the history of how they used that legacy to create a unique Jewish high school in San Francisco, publish books on prominent…

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Covenant and Legacy: The Story of the Avi Chai Foundation, 1984-2019

Publication Date: 11/28/2023

This is the story of the charitable legacy of Zalman Bernstein, who created a unique Jewish foundation that for 35 years advanced Jewish education, culture, and continuity in the United States, Israel, and the former Soviet Union. When the billionaire financier Sanford C. Bernstein experienced a religious awakening in his…

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The Passover Protocols

Publication Date: 11/14/2023

A blood libel murder in Jerusalem right before Passover, coinciding with the arrival of three American white supremacists in Israel, sets off a hunt for an antisemitic plot. The investigation leads Intelligence Agent Maya Rimon into the dark shadows of the Holocaust and on the trail of the conspiratorial forgery…

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Islamism vs. the West: 35 Years of Geopolitical Struggle

Publication Date: 10/24/2023

A leading analyst of the Middle East takes on key issues, such as the Islamic surge, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and conspiracy theories. The war on terror, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Arab-Israeli conflict—again and again in the twenty-first century, crises coming out of the Middle East confront and puzzle…

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Jewish Priorities: Sixty-Five Proposals for the Future of Our People

Publication Date: 10/24/2023

An unprecedented, large-scale collection of timely and provocative essays from a wide range of Jewish thought leaders that aims to start a global conversation among Jews about their future as a people. “...a mind-expanding look at how Judaism can survive and thrive in the 21st century.” –Publishers Weekly Star Review…

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Adam Unrehearsed

Publication Date: 09/19/2023

In the vein of The Chosen, Catcher in the Rye, and The Kite Runner comes Adam Unrehearsed, a “hilarious, deeply moving, coming-of-age comedy” (Yossi Klein Halevi). From the moment he’s mugged on the subway home from Bat Day at Yankee Stadium, things go wrong for twelve-year-old Adam Miller. He is…

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