Book reviews: Children's round up
Angela Kiverstein with the best of the latest children's book releases
Monday, September 18, 2017
Book review: Leaving Lucy Pear
Book Review: Dinner at the Centre of the Earth
A Jewish-Asian love affair
Anthony Horowitz: Alex Rider's return
Tales from the hidden celeb Soho
Book Review: Self-destructing continent
Football’s greatest comeback
Michael Rosen: growing up in the 'non-Zionist bubble'
Children's writer Michael Rosen has written a book about his very Jewish - but very irreligious - childhood. Lee Harpin met him.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
A very Jewish literary festival at Cliveden
Simon Schama and Hannah Rothschild are on the programme for a brand new literary event
Thursday, September 7, 2017
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
Book review: Basket of Deplorables
David Herman enjoys Tom Rachman's smartly satirical tales.
Monday, September 4, 2017
Madness, anxiety and poetry
Joanne Limburg reviews two new collections of poetry
Monday, August 21, 2017
Margaret Thatcher — Zion Lady
Book review: Nicole Krauss Forest Dark
David Herman isn't impressed by a very literary novel
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.
Thursday, August 17, 2017
Drawn across Europe on the Kindertransport
A graphic adaptation of a child refugee's arrival in Britain
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Fiction on ﬁrm factual base
Monica Porter salutes an ex-colleague's Moscow-set novel
A call to open hearts
Sipora Levy welcomes a 'tender' novel about parenting a transgender child.
Unpicking the past
A novel with a protagonist who suffers from Alzheimers, written by an author with an early onset form of the disease
A narrative of wonders
David Herman has high praise for Jonathan Levi's novel, which has taken 15 years to find a British publisher.
A voice for a silent heroine
Penny Joelson's debut Young Adult novel tells the story of a girl who cannot communicate
Thursday, August 3, 2017
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
Monday, July 31, 2017
Book review: The Origin of the Jews by Steven W...
How did we get here — and from where?
Professor David-Hillel Ruben
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