Book release party is Nov. 19.
JCC’s new event on Nov. 16.
Alina Bliumis will speak at the Twin Cities Jewish Book Series on March 20th about defining identity as a Jew. She and husband Jeff Bliumis recently published a beautiful coffee-table style photography book called, “From Selfie to Groupie.”
These beautiful, Jewish children’s books are fun teaching tools for little ones and make great gifts!
I’ve been asked (and have asked myself!): How did a former Torontonian with Ashkenazi roots come to write a novel about a teenage Jewess in the 9th century Islamic empire?
The story of how Twin Cities Jewish book publisher, Yotzeret Publishing, got started — told directly from the woman who started it.
Etgar Keret, best-selling Israeli author, skinny house owner, and certified weirdo will be at the Sabes JCC on Wednesday. Don’t Miss This.
If you come across this book this summer, it may be worth your while to pick it up and give it a try. But I can’t recommend it wholeheartedly, and I wouldn’t advise you to go out of your way to get a copy.
“Comedy in a Minor Key” a dark comedy of wartime manners that is impossible not to enjoy despite the serious subject.
“The False Friend” transports to all the places a book could take me, shouting its relevance way beyond the experience of Celia, now 31, looking back to her 11-year-old-self. Read the book, then come to the St. Paul JCC to hear Myla speak.