Israel in Books: More Time for Books April 28, 2020

WLCJ More Time For Books: ISRAEL in BOOKS – April 28, 2020

Daniel Gordis Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn
Etgar Keret The Seven Good Years: A Memoir
  Fly Already: Stories
  Suddenly, A Knock on the Door
  The Girl on the Fridge
  The Nimrod Flipout
  The Bus Driver Who Wanted to be God and Other Stories
Ilana Kurshan If All the Seas Were Ink
Shimon Peres No Room for Small Dreams: Courage, Imagination, and Making of Modern Israel
Yael Politis The Lonely Tree
Zahava England The Gilboa Iris
Dvora Waysman The Pomegranate Pendant
Avigail Graetz The Rabbi’s Daughter
Alice Shalvi Never a Native, a memoir
Nicole Krauss Forest Dark
Emunah Elon House on Endless Waters
Daniel Silva spy-thriller series
Taffy Brodesser-Akner Fleishman is in Trouble
Nathan Englander Kaddish.com
  Dinner at the Center of the Earth
  What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank: Stories
  The Ministry of Special Cases
  For the Relief of Unbearable UrgesL Stories
Michael Chabon Moonglow
Dara Horn Eternal Life
Martin Fletcher Promised Land: A Novel of Israel
  The War Reporter
  Jacob’s Oath
  The List
Moriel Rothman-Zecher Sadness is a White Bird
Pamela Laskin Ronit & Jamil
Dorit Rabinyan All the Rivers
Anat Talshir About the Night
Ayelet Tsabari The Best Place on Earth: Stories
  The Art of Leaving
Danit Brown Ask for a Convertible: Stories
Nomi Eve Henna House
Lucette Lanado The Man in the Sharkskin Suit
Jamie Attenberg The Middlesteins
Maria Semple Where’d You Go, Bernadette
Gary Shteyngart Lake Success
Jonathan Tropper This is Where I Leave You
  One Last Thing Before I Go
Etaf Rum A Woman is No Man
Colum McCann Apeirogon
  Thirteen Ways of Looking
  TransAtlantic
  Let the Great World Spin
Esther Carmel Hakim & Nancy Rosenfeld Writing Palestine 1933-1950
Avi Ganor & Ron Maiberg Taste of Israel: A Mediterranean Feast

#GivingTuesday - December 1st

Women’s League for Conservative Judaism is proud to announce that this year our Masorti Women’s Study Days will be held in honor of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first female Jewish Supreme Court Justice (z”l). Due to the coronavirus, this year’s Masorti Women’s Days of Study will be held virtually over Zoom, with a pertinent central theme of ‘trailblazers to inspire us at home and in the world through uncertain times. A range of subjects, chosen to reflect the ideas of our dedicated region planning committees, including a workshop by Rabbi Amy Levin to address the challenges of supplementing children’s Jewish education at home and “Creating a Family Haggadah” will be offered. Please consider donating to support this unique and exciting educational experience on #GivingTuesday, December 1, 2021! You can donate online here, or send a check to the WLCJ office indicating that you are donating to the “Masorti Women’s Fund.” We look forward to seeing you there!