Volume 8, Issue 4, 5774

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Summer Bookfest: Best of 614 Reading

Over the past seven years, we’ve covered major reading ground with our annual books issues, highlighting dozens of Jewish authors and books in all sorts of genres. We don’t need to convince you about the joys of escaping into a page-turner. Instead, our focus this month is on helping you build an eclectic summer reading list. In this issue, you’ll find our “best of” reading lists from years past; mix and match as you like. Why not pick a read outside of your “default” genre?

Michelle Cove, Editor
mcove@brandeis.edu

In This Issue

  • Memoir Picks Woman Writing On Book

    If you prefer your stories to be true in addition to entertaining, check out these five amazing reads from Jewish women memoirists.

  • Nonfiction Picks Searching for Facts vs. Fiction - Magnifying Glass

    If you’re itching for highly readable books that enlighten you and provide good fodder for your summer BBQ, check out our nonfiction selections.

  • Contemporary Fiction Paper cut of two heart and arrow

    For those who prefer to get lost in a made-up journey with intriguing Jewish characters, take note of our favorite fiction list.

  • Historical Fiction Picks Books

    If you like your fiction to bring you back in time, whether it’s 19th century or the 1960s, you’ll love these picks we culled together.

  • Comic Book Picks Speech bubble pop art woman

    Prefer a hybrid read of cool graphics meets autobiographical storyline? We’ve got five comic books by Jewish women for you to check out.

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