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Join us for a Twitter discussion with Francesca Segal (The Innocents) on July 16th from 1:30PM-2:10PM (EST)! Make sure to follow the Jewish Book Council ( @jewishbook) and search #JBCBooks to follow the conversation!

10 Contemporary Novels Based on Classic Lit That Are Actually Worth Your Time

What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank by Nathan Englander

"What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank," Nathan Englander. Loved this collection of short stories all centered about being Jewish. Some were serious, some were silly, but all were poignant and thoughtful.

The Sensualist: Supplemental Reading

Fyodor Dostoyevsky Epileptic, ludomaniac and literary great - psycholgist of the Russian mind.

JBCJoin us for a Twitter discussion with Jean Hanff Korelitz on April 2 from 1:30PM-2:10PM (EDT)! Make sure to follow the Jewish Book Council ( @Jewish Book Council) and search #JLit to follow the conversation! @Grand Central Publishing

Grace Reinhart Sachs is living the only life she ever wanted for herself. Devoted to her husband, a pediatric oncologist at a major cancer hospital, their young son Henry, and the patients she sees in.

The House at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons

A Pinner suggests: For fans of Downton Abbey, a New York Times bestseller, the start of an affair, the end of an era. The House at Tyneford by Natasha Solomons.

The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer

The Invisible Bridge - Julie Orringer. A novel of Jewish families caught up in the machinations of World War II and their struggles to not only survive but stay together. Orringer keeps the reader turning page after page with anticipation.

Join us for a Twitter discussion with Shani Boianjiu (The People of Forever Are Not Afraid) on November 20th from 1:30PM-2:10PM (EST)! Make sure to follow the Jewish Book Council (@jewishbook) and search #JBCBooks to follow the conversation!

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

Join JBC and Jewcy's #JLit Twitter Book Club with Stephen Tobolowsky on March 21st at 1:30PM EST.

Join JBC and Jewcy's #JLit Twitter Book Club with Stephen Tobolowsky on March 21st at 1:30PM EST.

Join us for a Twitter discussion with Joshua Henkin (The World Without You) on September 11th from 1:30PM-2:10PM (EST)! Make sure to follow the Jewish Book Council ( @jewishbook) and search #JBCBooks to follow the conversation!

It's July and the Frankel family is descending upon their beloved summer home in the Berkshires. They have gathered to memorialize Leo, the youngest.

Flatscreen by Adam Wilson- June 19th Twitter Book Club at 1:30PM EST follow #JBCBooks

Debut author Adam Wilson’s slacker novel Flatscreen tells the story of Eli Schwartz, a jobless months out of high school and still living in the basement of his mother’s house.

The Free World by David Bezmozgis

The Free World by David Bezmozgis Central Fiction Book Club March 2013 Book

Join us for a Twitter discussion with Doreen Carvajal (The Forgetting River) on October 23rd from 1:30PM-2:10PM (EST)! Make sure to follow the Jewish Book Council ( @jewishbook) and search #JBCBooks to follow the conversation!

The Forgetting River: A Modern Tale of Survival, Identity, and the Inquisition, by: Doreen Carvajal. The unexpected and moving story of an American journalist who works to uncover her family’s long-buried Jewish ancestry in Spain.

Quiet Americans by Erika Dreifus

Author Erika Dreifus sets the groundwork for Quiet Americans with two essential quotations. Never will it end,” observed Günter Grass. Asked Imre Kertész: “Which writer today is not a writer of the Holocaust?

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