Tuesday, March 15, 2022

March 2022 Jewish Book Carnival



I’m so glad to be hosting the Jewish Book Carnival this month! The carnival, founded by Heidi Rabinowitz and Marie Cloutier to highlight bloggers and blogs who feature Jewish books, appears on or around the 15th of the month.


Author Leah Scheier visits gilagreenwrites this month. Her YA novel, The Last Words We Said, recently won the Sydney Taylor Book Award and Gila says that it's always a pleasure to chat with Leah, practically her neighbor, only one city away in Israel. 


From Ann Koffsky, here’s a new coloring page in connection with her upcoming book about tzedakah, What’s in Tuli’s Box?


Reuven Chaim Klein just posted a new review written by his wife, Shira Yael Klein, at the Rachack Review. 


On her My Machberet blog, Erika Dreifus routinely compiles news of Jewish literary interest. Here's one recent post.


Romance Me With Books showcased author Mirta Ines Trupp. Mirta's latest novel, Celestial Persuasion, has been described as a Jewish Regency Romance with a definite nod to Jane Austen. 


At Jewish Books for Kids, Barbara Bietz interviews Elly Swartz about her new middle-grade novel, Dear Student.


Life Is Like a Library reviews But Perhaps, Just Maybe..., coming later this month from Green Bean Books.


The Book of Life Podcast brings you an interview with Dani Colman, author of the middle grade Jewish fantasy graphic novel The Unfinished Corner


The Sydney Taylor Shmooze mock award blog featured a tribute to the late Paula Cohen Martin z"l, written by her friend and colleague Miriam Udel.


The Association of Jewish Libraries announced its list of Spring 2022 Holiday Highlights, the best new children's books about Jewish holidays! 


On her self-titled blog, Heidi Slowinski reviewed Roy Hoffman’s new release, The Promise of the Pelican. This is so much more than a crime novel, exploring human and civil rights. You’re not going to want to miss this one.


And here on my blog I interviewed Alan Silberberg about his new picture book, Meet the Hamantaschen: A Purim Mystery.


Many thanks to all who contributed!

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