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2014 Sami Rohr Prize Finalist: Becoming Frum: How Newcomers Learn the Language and Culture of Orthodox Judaism

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2014 Sami Rohr Prize Finalist: Jews and Booze: Becoming American in the Age of Prohibition

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Henry David Thoreau spoke of men who lead lives of quiet desperation. Motti, the protagonist of this bleak novel, is one of them.

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2014 Sami Rohr Prize Finalist: The Aleppo Codex: The Genius: Elijah of Vilna and the Making of Modern Judaism

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“Write what you know.” Solid advice for young writers who wish to flourish in an increasingly uncertain publishing industry.

The People of Forever are Not Afraid, Shani Boianjiu (September This novel, about the life of three teenage girls in the Israeli Defense Forces, is being billed as The Things They Carried meets Mean Girl

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2014 Sami Rohr Prize Finalist: The Aleppo Codex: A True Story of Obsession, Faith, and the Pursuit of an Ancient Bible

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