Keren David is the Managing Editor of the Jewish Chronicle. She is also the award-winning author of 13 books for young adults, her most recent is Say No to the Dress, published by Barrington Stoke
One Day review: Dexter is basically a Jewish prince in disguise
I am my family’s Lilibet
Jews know how to avoid broiges over naming children – or do we?
A murder, servants and an ambassador
The Jewish Chronicle archive, January 14 1938
Omitting Jewishness from Winton’s story is neither new nor surprising
The Jewish children rescued by Nicholas Winton often ended up having complicated relationships with their background
Hymn to history: the London shul that’s singing its story with the JC’s help
New West End Synagogue’s composer-in-residence Benjamin Till wrote a new work to celebrate the shul’s 144 year history
Book review: Eight Bright Lights
SaraGibbs’ debut novel is very readable and very Jewish
There’s comfort in a catalogue of archivists
<p>A recent conference was an antidote to the feeling that Jews are being ignored and gaslit</p>
'I'm writing at a cemetery, trying not to think about death'
The space and silence of a Jewish resting place proved the perfect location for a writers’ retreat
Trees are full of life and losing them can hurt
Forests and woods are good for our health — and that’s reflected in the Jewish religion
Pioneering Jewish feminist Alice Shalvi dies aged 96
Shalvi was born in Germany and fled to England before making aliyah in 1949
How a best-selling children's author beat Long Covid to write a book about Jewish heroines
Liz Kessler's new book is about two brave Jewish sisters who join the resistance in wartime Amsterdam
How to Love Your Daughter review: Psychologically brilliant on a mother’s primal fear
Hila Blum's novel is a book that becomes part of you and helps you understand the world around you
I loved You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah ... except for one thing
The Netflix tween movie almost gets it right, but there's a flaw among the froth
I wish the Jewish holidays would fall only on weekends
Negotiating time off for chagim at non-Jewish workplaces and schools can be infuriating
How I tried to track down my long lost ancestors
Can a Jewish genealogy expert help me find my Polish great aunt?
Rishi Sunak is wrong, it's always worth getting a degree
I didn't go to uni and it worked out just fine, but why should we deny our children the option?