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  • Spring Holiday Books for Kids

    By Josh Bob

    Review of two books for kids, perfect for reading (and hearing) about the spring holidays of Purim and Passover.

    Date: 01-02-2012
  • Reading With Kids: Tu Bishvat

    By InterfaithFamily

    Reviews of kids books, perfect for reading on Tu Bishvat - or anytime you want to think about the environment, nature, and our responsibility to the planet.

    Date: 02-03-2012
  • Same-Sex, Interfaith and Procreating

    By Susan Goldberg

    For two moms from different religious backgrounds, does the sperm donor's religion make a difference? Should it?

    Date: 03-11-2012
  • Brit Bat: birth ceremonies for girls

    This beautiful booklet will explain the wonderful custom of welcoming daughters to our families and communities. Guiding you from the preparation and planning stages through to the specifics of the liturgy and ritual options available to you, this booklet is sure to be a helpful resource for all families.

    Date: 03-07-2012
  • To Circumcise Or Not: That Is The Question

    Our booklet about circumcision answers many of the most common questions asked by parents when making decisions about this ritual.

    Date: 04-10-2012
  • Bar & Bat Mitzvahs For The Interfaith Family

    This beautiful booklet will explain the wonderful milestone marking adulthood, the bar mitzvah (for a boy) or bat mitzvah (for a girl), a life cycle event taking place at the age of 13.

    Date: 05-29-2012
  • A Family Seder for Rosh Hashanah

    By Benjamin A. Maron

    Suggestions for a Rosh Hashanah festive seder meal full of meaning, symbolism, word play and tasty treats.

    Date: 08-28-2012
  • Welcoming Esther: a Simchat Bat

    By Rebecca Cynamon-Murphy

    How one family created a ceremony to welcome their baby daughter into the Jewish community.

    Date: 09-28-2012
  • Turtle Rock, Sammy Spider, and the Word: High Holiday Books for Kids

    By Josh Bob

    Reviews of books for kids, perfect to read this Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur.

    Date: 09-11-2012
  • Cutting and Covenant: How I Decided Whether Or Not To Circumcise My Sons

    By Rabbi Julie Greenberg

    When I birthed my first son, less than six months after graduating from rabbinical school, I felt extreme ambivalence about cutting his beautiful body. I knew that our ancestors had enacted this ritual for thousands of years, that it was a ritual sanctified in tradition and embedded in the hearts of Jews through the ages, and that Jewish men had even died because of their marked bodies.

    Date: 11-14-2012

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