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Book reviews: Children's round up

Angela Kiverstein with the best of the latest children's book releases

Angela Kiverstein

Monday, September 18, 2017

Book reviews: Children's round up
  • Queen Victoria Interviewing Disraeli at Osborne House by Theodore Blake Wirgman (Photo by © Fine Art Photographic Library/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
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    Integration for Jews preceded tragedies

    The experiences of Rothschild and Disraeli could have changed Britain, but history records a series of missed opportunities for others

    Andrew Adonis

    Thursday, September 7, 2017

    Integration for Jews preceded tragedies
  • Daniel Levin
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    Welcome to a world of self-interest

    'People follow shiny objects...Trump is the shiny object' according to Daniel Levin, author of a new book on international politics. Jennifer Lipman met him.

    Jennifer Lipman

    Thursday, August 17, 2017

    Welcome to a world of self-interest
  • Laurie Frankel
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    A call to open hearts

    Sipora Levy welcomes a 'tender' novel about parenting a transgender child.

    Sipora Levy

    Wednesday, August 9, 2017

    A call to open hearts
  • Valerie Blumenthal
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    Unpicking the past

    A novel with a protagonist who suffers from Alzheimers, written by an author with an early onset form of the disease

    Madeleine Kingsley

    Wednesday, August 9, 2017

    Unpicking the past
  • Jonathan Levi
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    A narrative of wonders

    David Herman has high praise for Jonathan Levi's novel, which has taken 15 years to find a British publisher.

    David Herman

    Wednesday, August 9, 2017

    A narrative of wonders
  • Penny Joelson speaks to pupils at JCoss
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    A voice for a silent heroine

    Penny Joelson's debut Young Adult novel tells the story of a girl who cannot communicate

    Keren David

    Thursday, August 3, 2017

    A voice for a silent heroine
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    Trumpeting out loud

    Sam Bourne (aka Jonathan Freedland) doesn't actually mention the current occupant of the Oval Office in his new thriller 'To Kill the President', but we know who he means

    Alan Montague

    Monday, July 31, 2017

    Trumpeting out loud