This seminar brings together agents, editors, illustrators, and authors for a full day of discussion about Jewish children's book publishing.
Have you written a book on Jewish themes that you'd like to have published? Do you have a story idea? The Jewish Authors' Seminar is for you!
JBC Book Clubs is excited to launch this new project which we hope will introduce you to new works of Jewish literature and reunite you with stories with which you may be quite familiar.
Pick of the Week My Father's Paradise
Ariel Sabarread more
by The USC Shoah Foundation
Honoring the 20th anniversary of Schindler’s List and the inimitable project it germinated, the USC Shoah Foundation has produced a book of eponymous testimony and testament to the lasting significance and influence of Steven Spielberg’s twin masterpiece. read more
by Sarah Wildman
Sarah Wildman examines the letters that didn't make it into her book Paper Love.
by Nat Bernstein
It’s a question every Jewish American parent faces at the waning of October: Will you allow your children to trick-or-treat? It’s a deliberation that, generally, comes down to whether one considers Halloween a secular holiday or acknowledges its pagan-Christian origins. But maybe—just maybe—we have that backwards.