Tagged books


This summer, get lost in a book

  I don’t know if it’s the slower pace or the thought of curling up outside with a book by the pool (or beach!) that sounds so delightful, but there is something about summer and reading that goes together. Also, aren’t we all a little sick of binge-watching TV by now? Following are some books…


Doctor’s debut novel explores Israel in 1970s

Leo M Rozmaryn grew up in the religious Zionist/Modern Orthodox Jewish community.  He attended high school in Israel. Now a reconstructive hand and microvascular surgeon, Dr. Rozmaryn frequently visits to Israel. He brings a lifetime of experience and scholarship to the writing of his debut novel Lone Soldier, an epic tale of romance, mistaken identity,…


Advice from the past: Relax

A high school teacher for 38 years, David Greene taught kids that history is a series of slices of time lived by people – not just a series of dates, events and leaders. As the author of He Could Make Words Sing, he shares the stories of his father-in-law, Harry Greissman, and his journey through…