By Rose Levinson
Reprinted book review of Building the Faith: A Call fo Inclusion for Dual-Faith Families, describing the book’s intended audience, rabbis, educators and lay leaders, and its contents, which the reivewer describes as "the beginning of a p
By Cheryl F. Coon
Reviews of Tastes of Jewish Tradition, by Jody Hirsh et al, and Look What I See! Where Can I Be? AT THE SYNAGOGUE, by Dia L. Michels, reference works for those seeking answers to questions about Jewish holidays, ritual, and going to synag
By Anthony Hecht
An excerpt from Half/Life: Jew-ish Tales from Interfaith Homes by a child of a Jewish father and Catholic mother who sees himself as more Jewish than Catholic.
By Cheryl F. Coon
Book review of Kaddish for Grandpa: In Jesus’ Name Amen by James Howe--a children’s book about the child in an interfaith family mourning the death of her grandpa.
By Rabbi Helen T. Cohn
Reviews of Embracing Judaism by Simcha Kling, The Jewish Home, A Guide for Jewish Living by Daniel B. Syme, Living A Jewish Life by Anita Diamant with Howard Cooper, and Rabbi Wayne Dosick’s Living Judaism, The Complete G
By Catherine Fischer
Review of The Flying Camel: Essays on Identity by Women of African and Middle Eastern Jewish Heritage, Edited by Loolwa Khazzoom, a collection of memoirs that explore the complexities of being a Mizrahi-Jewish woman.
By Rebecca Gopoian
Review of Kabbalah for Dummies by a woman with admittedly little Jewish background.
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Review of Girl Meets God: On the Path to a Spiritual Life by Lauren Winner, a personal memoir about a young woman’s conversion from Judaism to Christianity in search of spirituality and truth.
By Richard A. Spector
One Jewish man discusses his childhood and his own children in a response to "Once a Jew, Always a Shiksa?" by Andi Rosenthal.
By Richard Shevitz
Review of Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg’s book Adoption and the Jewish Family, which reviewer finds to be helpful, though extremely emotional and subjective.