By Esther Shchory
Personal narrative from the Jewish daughter of a Sephardic man and an English woman whose interfaith parents now live nearby her in Israel--and still invite her over for Christmas.
By Lynn Melnick
Our reviewer read the whole book on how to have better relationships with adult children just a few days before her own parents came to visit for a month.
By Ellen S. Glazer
After years of saying "no" to Judaism, her daughter Elizabeth says "yes" to the seder.
By Janet Silver Ghent
A Jewish mom tells the story of her son's interfaith wedding to an English woman.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
When they actually get married, then suddenly everything is different.
By Rachel Mauro
Her grandmother was her role model, though Nana was Catholic and Rachel is Jewish.
By Elizabeth Tragash
Personal narrative about a born Jewish couple that disagreed over having a Christmas tree in their home.
By Vicki Streiff
Classist assumptions in the Jewish community can make it tough to educate your children if you're not as well-off as Jewish institutions assume you are.
By Pat Sherman
Review of three children's books: Papa Jethro, Always an Olivia: A Remarkable Family Story and The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story.
By Andi Rosenthal
A young adult novel describes a 12-year-old child of interfaith marriage coming to terms with the death of her Jewish grandmother.