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Kosher Hate: How To Fight Jew-Hatred, Racism, and Bigotry

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

Hate has gotten a bad rap in modern liberal society, but Rabbi Shmuley Boteach argues that hatred is a healthy moral instinct that can be a legitimate and necessary tool for fighting evil. In this provocative and wide-ranging book, Shmuley Boteach makes the case for Kosher Hate, a seemingly paradoxical…

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Thou Shalt Not Stand Idly By: How One Woman Confronted the Greatest Humanitarian Crisis of Our Time

Publication Date: 09/28/2021

The inspiring story of how one woman forged a series of unprecedented partnerships across national, tribal, and religious boundaries to impact an overwhelming crisis against near impossible odds. Set against the backdrop of the Syrian civil war and the massive humanitarian crisis it produced, Georgette Bennett tells the largely untold…

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Free as a Jew: A Personal Memoir of National Self-Liberation

Publication Date: 09/21/2021

“Ruth Wisse’s intellectual autobiography is a lasting work of profound moral force and scathing political discernment.... Its illuminations are likely to be as urgent one hundred years hence as they are now.” —Cynthia Ozick A Jewish child born into the worst of times in Europe grows up during the best…

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A Complicated Jew: Selected Essays

Publication Date: 09/07/2021

Elegant and learned, personal and universal, literary, philosophical, historical—Hillel Halkin’s finely wrought essays on themes of Jewish culture are an education in themselves. Hillel Halkin is widely admired for his works of literary criticism, biography, fiction, and nonfiction, as well as for his celebrated achievements as a translator. Born and…

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The Tree of Life and Prosperity: 21st Century Business Principles from the Book of Genesis

Publication Date: 08/24/2021

One of Israel’s most successful venture capitalists uses the words and actions of the Hebrew patriarchs to lay the foundations for a modern growth economy based on timeless business principles and values. Entrepreneurs, businessmen, and investors are constantly looking for principles and rules that will pave the way for success.…

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Isaac’s Beacon: A Novel

Publication Date: 08/10/2021

In the tradition of epic novels like Exodus and Cast a Giant Shadow, Isaac’s Beacon is a sweeping historical tale based on the real events of Israel’s founding—bringing alive the power and complexities of the birth of the Jewish state out of the ashes of the Holocaust. Bestselling author David L. Robbins, called “the Homer…

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Holocaust Holiday: One Family’s Descent into Genocide Memory Hell

Publication Date: 05/18/2021

In this alternately humorous and horrifying memoir, a Jewish father drags his reluctant children around Europe on a hard-charging tour of Holocaust sites and memorials in order to impress on them the profound evil of Hitler’s war against the Jews and the importance of combatting genocide. In 2017, renowned author…

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To All Who Call in Truth

Publication Date: 05/11/2021

In Michael Oren’s beautifully rendered novel, an unsuspecting coach and guidance counselor gets drawn into an illicit relationship and a macabre murder mystery in 1970s suburbia. Sandy Cooper lives an uneventful life as a guidance counselor and coach in a suburban junior high school. Uneventful, that is, until a word…

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The Wrong Jew: Defeating Those Who Want Us Dead

Publication Date: 01/19/2021

David didn’t defeat Goliath with a tennis racket. In The Wrong Jew, author Hesh Kestin doesn’t bother with the why of anti-Semitism but instead offers a battle plan for how to defeat those who would destroy the Jews. At a time when Jews are under attack from right and left,…

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Oy! Oy! Oy!: The Teacher Is a Goy

Publication Date: 11/10/2020

In this charming autobiographical novel reminiscent of Chaim Potok’s The Chosen, an assimilated Jewish high school teacher spends an instructive and challenging year teaching in a Hasidic yeshiva in 1950s Brooklyn. The year is 1953 and Henry Saltzman, an Americanized Jew looking for his first job as a high school…

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