Jacqueline Parascandola

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In This Place Together: A Palestinian’s Journey to Collective Liberation

A poignant, beautifully told story of a young man wanting to help create a bridge between Palestinians and Israelis. Best suited for those interested in Jewish and Middle East studies and contemporary social history.

The Great Kosher Meat War of 1902

Relying on primary source materials, Seligman has created a highly readable and enjoyable account of this little-known episode in American history. Highly recommended, especially for those interested in American history and Jewish history, as well as gender and labor studies.

Data Science for Librarians

A worthy contribution to the dynamic field of data science, suited for library professionals in all types of libraries.
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Veritas: A Harvard Professor, a Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus’s Wife

This is a well-researched, engrossing backstory of failed discovery from a noted scholar. Best suited for readers interested in biblical studies and papyrology.

Concealed: Memoir of a Jewish-Iranian Daughter Caught Between the Chador and America

Exploring issues of gender, religion, and culture, as well as the tensions between tradition and modernity, this wonderful account is highly recommended for readers interested in gender, immigration, and Judaic studies.

The ABCs of Diversity: Helping Kids (and Ourselves!) Embrace Our Differences

A well-structured and pragmatic approach to teaching young people how to embrace the differences among us and begin to participate in civic engagement. Best for parents, educators, and community and pastoral leaders.

Human(kind): How Reclaiming Human Worth and Embracing Radical Kindness Will Bring Us Back Together

This wonderfully written book packs a punch, and would be ideal for book clubs in a library or church setting. Eiland’s story will move readers and her urging to recognize the good in people is inspirational.

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The Dairy Restaurant

A wonderful survey of a type of restaurant once ubiquitous and now down to a handful. Katchor contributes a worthy and welcome volume to the genre of Kosher cuisine.

Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience

A thoughtfully well-written and powerful volume best suited for those interested in race relations, community engagement, and religious ministry.
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