Marjorie Ingall, a Life & Religion columnist for Tablet Magazine, is the author of The Field Guide to North American Males and the co-author of Hungry.
‘The Whispering Town’ and ‘Hidden’ are among the best contributions in years to Holocaust literature for young children
Author Alfie Kohn bucks conventional wisdom about parenting. He makes some good points, when he’s not simply being contrarian.
The relaunched TV series can inspire children to read more about the universe. Here are some great titles to get them started.
How can we square conspicuous extravagance with laws of modesty? What about Jewish laws about treating animals humanely?
The author of 2011’s most notorious parenting book is back with ‘The Triple Package,’ an even more divisive book written with her husband
We mark kids’ birthdays and the yahrzeit dates of older relatives we’ve lost. But for parents, our own special occasions get overlooked.
Male reviewers who’ve been lukewarm about the Golden Globe-winning children’s movie have failed to understand its true spirit
Judaism teaches us to be kind to animals. We teach that lesson to our kids by caring for our pets and mourning their loss as a family.
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Eva Kor, who survived Mengele’s experiments, forgives Oskar Groening, the ‘Accountant of Auschwitz’
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Don’t be slouches, tweens!
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Gray Lady cuts bridge column with ‘sadness'; nixed chess column 6 mos. ago
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Resolution defeated in tight vote at annual conference; criticisms mount
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JR Smith delivers roundabout sockdolager in ugly, series-clinching win
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Israeli aid among outpour of support for earthquake victims; Chabad House of Kathmandu in need
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Former Polish foreign minister, an Auschwitz survivor, masterminded Poland’s relations with Germany and the Jews
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Organization honors author of ‘The Brothers,’ a book about Boston Marathon bombers
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Maryam Faghihimani shares how she learned to look past ‘black holes of pasts,’ befriend Jews
By Louis Nayman — A tiny island off Cancún in the Mexican Yucatán is the modern Jewish world in microcosmBy Elizabeth Savage — During my first shift sitting shmira with a body awaiting burial, I felt sad, guilty, anxious—and gratefulBy Yair Rosenberg — Resolution defeated in tight vote at annual conference; criticisms mount
When a young Yiddish poet killed a Ukrainian leader who allowed pogroms, he helped forge a lasting link between Jews and Armenians
Historian Jonathan Sarna discusses the Great Emancipator’s ties to a chiropodist, military men, and other Jews
Stories for Passover about slavery, freedom, family… and lice
In a new biography, Annie Cohen-Solal looks at the immigrant child who changed modern art