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Chicken Soup for the Soul Merry Christmas

Author : Amy Newmark
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This collection of 101 heartwarming and entertaining stories of holiday traditions, family, and goodwill will spread the wonder and joy of the holiday season. A fantastic holiday gift and a great way to start the season! Christmas is a festive and joyful time of year, a time of family, friends, and traditions. You will delight in reading the 101 merry and touching stories of love, joy, and wonder. And all the stories are “Santa safe” so they can keep the magic alive for the whole family.

Forsaken

Author : Kimberly Cimorelli
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The Colors of Jews

Author : Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz
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Exposes and challenges the common assumptions about what defines Jewishness

Chicken Soup for the Soul The Magic of Moms

Author : Amy Newmark
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There’s something magical about moms. They always know the right thing to say or do, and somehow they do it all. Now it’s time to say thanks. It’s no secret that moms do it all. What is a secret is how they do it. Let Mom know how grateful you are—with this collection of stories lovingly selected from Chicken Soup for the Soul’s library. Moms of all ages will enjoy these heartwarming, entertaining anecdotes about the magic it takes for moms to keep being moms day after day, year after year. Mom will feel loved and appreciated as she reads these 101 stories.

Hanukkah

Author : Ron Wolfson
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Create a meaningful and happy Hanukkah in your home?with story, celebration, food and song. This newly-designed, easy-to-use edition of a classic spiritual sourcebook offers updated information, more family ideas, and new resources for every aspect of your holiday celebration. Information on every aspect of Hanukkah is covered, including: ? The story of Hanukkah ? Celebrating?for families of every constellation ? Songs and prayers in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish (with clear transliterations) ? Recipes for traditional and modern Hanukkah foods ? ?December Dilemmas??coping with other traditions? celebrations ? Firsthand explanations and ideas from real-life families around America Hands-on advice and practical suggestions invite families into Hanukkah?s spirituality and joys, from the making of luscious latkes and Hanukkah crafts to the stories of the heroism and the miracle that are remembered every year with the lighting of the hanukkiyah.

BJL Beginnings Rosh Ha Shanah

Author : Torah Aura Productions
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Apple Pie and Strudel Girls 2nd Edition

Author : Barbara Celeste McCloskey
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In 1939 Josie, Donna, and Rosalie graduated from high school and looked forward to their next life journey. Rosalie marries at eighteen; Donna enters the work world, and Josie spends the summer preparing for college. At the same time, a war percolated in Europe and Southeast Asia which seemed too far away to ever affect them. At the same time, three girls in Germany prepare for life after secondary school. Marta travels to Paris; Leisel stays at home, and Heidi becomes a nanny in Poland. They all are too young to understand the consequences of their fathers being officers in the Nazi party. For the next six years, all of the girls will experience drastic changes. They will experience love and loss, sacrifice and hardship, and as they come of age, they wonder if they will ever live in a world offering peace and happiness.

Little Killers A to Z

Author : Howard Odentz
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Bad things come in small packages . . . EPIC Award finalist Howard Odentz has penned twenty-six disturbingly fascinating horror stories about the youngest predators among us. From Andy and Boris to Yuri and Zina, this eclectic anthology is filled, A to Z, with psychopaths, monsters, and murderers! So turn on the lights and huddle under your blankets because murder isn't just for grown-ups anymore. Come meet our gallery of little killers. After all, they're dying to meet you! Author and playwright Howard Odentz is a lifelong resident of the gray area between Western Massachusetts and North Central Connecticut. His love of the region is evident in his writing as he often incorporates the foothills of the Berkshires and the small towns of the Bay and Nutmeg states into his work. "5 Stars, a relentless, thrilling ride." - Court Street Literary, on Bloody Bloody Apple "Howard Odentz takes this mis-mosh of dysfunctional characters and puts together a wonderful story that is equal parts horror and love." - Scared Stiff Reviews, on Bloody Bloody Apple

A Kosher Christmas

Author : Joshua Eli Plaut
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Christmas is not everybody’s favorite holiday. Historically, Jews in America, whether participating in or refraining from recognizing Christmas, have devised a multitude of unique strategies to respond to the holiday season. Their response is a mixed one: do we participate, try to ignore the holiday entirely, or create our own traditions and make the season an enjoyable time? This book, the first on the subject of Jews and Christmas in the United States, portrays how Jews are shaping the public and private character of Christmas by transforming December into a joyous holiday season belonging to all Americans. Creative and innovative in approaching the holiday season, these responses range from composing America’s most beloved Christmas songs, transforming Hanukkah into the Jewish Christmas, creating a national Jewish tradition of patronizing Chinese restaurants and comedy shows on Christmas Eve, volunteering at shelters and soup kitchens on Christmas Day, dressing up as Santa Claus to spread good cheer, campaigning to institute Hanukkah postal stamps, and blending holiday traditions into an interfaith hybrid celebration called “Chrismukkah” or creating a secularized holiday such as Festivus. Through these venerated traditions and alternative Christmastime rituals, Jews publicly assert and proudly proclaim their Jewish and American identities to fashion a universally shared message of joy and hope for the holiday season. See also: http://www.akosherchristmas.org

For Crying Out Loud

Author : Richard Harsham
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