By Elana Roth
Review of Laurel Snyder's Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to Be Kosher. A story about a confused pig - and inclusivity.
By Hedi Molnar
First time director Jeremy Davidson's film Tickling Leo reaches deeply into the lives of a family of Holocaust survivors.
By Jane Larkin
A Reform Jew has never celebrated the second day of Rosh Hashanah growing up, but will this year, with a children's party for the New Year.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
When I was a kid, we used to color Easter eggs at school just in honor of the season, and go on Easter egg hunts. I became a rabbi. Lighten up.
By Leah R. Singer
A parent explores the best ways to explain religious, theological concepts like God, Judaism, and praying to young children.
By Deborah Susser
Like most parents, I wanted my daughter to have what I had not. In my case, that meant a sense of being grounded in a particular community and tradition.
By Seth Bobrow
Working on his family cabin with his mom and step-dad gave him a sense of responsibility and adult mastery.
By Melissa Desjardins
She had good experiences in her synagogue growing up, and she wanted to find a place just like it--one that would welcome her Catholic husband.
By Mimi DuPree
Two children's books for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkot will appeal to children in interfaith families, but may raise difficult questions.
By Heather Subba
Sharing the story of Passover with my husband's Hindu family is not so different than what my grandfather was trying to share with our family all those years ago.