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Oh No! I Haven’t Bought Presents Yet!

In unrelated news, apparently everyone loves Nextbook Press

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Apparently some people give gifts on December 25th. We wouldn’t dare suggest that Nextbook Press books would make an excellent stocking stuffer. Yet it would be negligent for us not to point out that all three Nextbook Press titles released in 2010 were named to “best of 2010″ lists!

Yehuda Halevi by Hillel Halkin was named one of the best non-fiction books of the year by Jewish Ideas Daily.

Burnt Books by Rodger Kamenetz was one of the year’s (we think century, but whatever) best religion books says the Huffington Post.

Hillel: If Not Now, When? by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin got the gracious nod from Publishers Weekly.

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