Review of Interfaith Families: Personal Stories of Jewish-Christian Intermarriage by Jane Kaplan, which explores the different types of interfaith marriages and the decisions made within each regarding religion and child-rearing.
A woman’s personal narrative on how celebrating Shabbat on Friday nights was important for her and her family.
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
Review of The Cave of Reconciliation: An Abrahamic/Ibrahim Tale, which tells the story of Abraham from the Jewish and Muslim perspectives.
Review of The Jewish Approach to God: A Brief Introduction for Christians by Rabbi Neil Gillman, which explores God using Jewish texts in order to help Christians and interfaith families understand Judaism’s relationship with God.
Review of Introducing My Faith and My Community, by Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, a welcoming guide about Judaism’s toughest questions for interfaith couples and families.
Review of Jewish Spirituality: A Brief Introduction for Christians by Rabbi Lawrence Kushner about the basics of Judaism for intermarried spouses or family members.
Book Reviews of A Passover Companion: Wonders and Miracles, illustrated with art spanning three thousand years, by Eric A. Kimmel and Make Your Own Passover Seder: A New Approach to Creating a Personal Family Celebration
Review of new edition of Anita Diamant?s classic Jewish baby book, with changes that are particularly helpful for interfaith, gay/lesbian and multicultural Jewish families.
Review of Accessible Judaism: A Concise Guide, by Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Review of Chrismukkah: Everything You Need to Know to Celebrate The Hybrid Holiday, Ron Gompertz’s new book on blended rituals for interfaith families.
Reviews of books about God to use in discussions with young children in Jewish families.
Professional advice and review of three children’s books about Jewish children dealing with feeling left out of Christmas celebrations.
Review of Rebecca’s Journey Home, a children’s book about a Jewish family with two sons that adopts a Vietnamese baby girl.
Review of A Christian’s Guide to Judaism, by Michael Lotker, a basic and practical explanation of how Christians can approach Jewish events, symbols, rituals, and customs.
Review of The Plot Against America, by Philip Roth, a work of fiction about American Jews during the Holocaust era.
Review of The Giant Book of Bedtime Stories, a collection of fables, bedtime stories and Mother Goose rhymes.
Review of a book for kids ages 10 to 13 about the stresses of growing up in an interfaith family.
Review of three children’s books for interfaith families.
Opinion piece and review of The O.C.‘s Chrismukkah celebration, describing Chrismukkah as a purely consumer holiday.
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.
Personal narrative article about an intermarried mom raising Jewish kids who devises a way to keep them thinking Jewishly by connecting their activities to Jewish values or history and by pointing out all the Jewish people she reads about in the newspaper
Review of a book that helps people plan their child?s bar or bat mitzvah, and that specifically addresses the needs and questions of interfaith families.
Review of two children?s books for the December holidays.
A review of a book about growing up half-Jewish in Nazi Germany