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Jewgrass, children’s books, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, the weekly Vox Tablet podcast profiles Jerry Wicentowski, who plays Jewish-inflected bluegrass—Jewgrass?—but not on Shabbat. Family columnist Marjorie Ingall lists 2009’s best Jewish-themed children’s chapter books, while Josh Lambert gives his weekly report on forthcoming Jewish-themed adult chapter books. And each day on The Scroll is like a chapter book for the child or adult within.

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