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Jordan Peterson's new self-help book explores 12 new rules for life

Unlike traditional self-help gurus, Peterson finds meaning in purpose via responsibility


Tale of Russia, US, Israel, sisterhood explored in new book

The heart of the book engages the reader with chapters that go back and forth in time.

By Rivkah Lambert Adler

2021 Hebrew Poetry Prize given to Shlomit Appel, Adi Wolfson, Baco Serlui

The secondary prizes each came with NIS 10,000, while the top prize came with NIS 50,000.

Illustrator Tirtsa Peleg reflects on bringing children's stories to life

“A book has two languages,” says Peleg, “There is the textual language and the visual language.”

Learning to be financially independent with 'The Cash Machine'

Financial independence means having enough income to pay one's living expenses for the rest of one's life without having to be employed or dependent on others.


Destinations for a Jewish traveler: The Yiddish Book Center in Amherst

The center has collected more than 1.5 million books covering a substantial number of the 45,000 Yiddish works that were published between 1864 and 1939

A new tour book shows you The Jerusalem you’re looking for

In and Around Jerusalem for Everyone really is for everyone, whether you’re reading it on the trail or on your couch.

Should Israeli law be Jewish? - review

Where does the push for theocracy in the modern Jewish state come from?


Jewish Confederation of Ukraine's new book on righteous among nations

The edition is dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Babyn Yar tragedy.

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