Let Them Journey:
True Stories Uniting the Past with the Future
Compiled by Jennifer Hall & Pesah Leah Porat
384 pages, Illustrated, 6 1/4 x 9 1/4"
This collection of more than 70 stories illustrates Jewish migration in the last hundred years, as told by the people themselves, unaltered and with all the poinancy of memory intact, thus offering an enlightening panorama of the varied Jewish experiences in the 20th century.
Here is a sample of the titles:
Peddlers, Egg Eaters & Mr Finkelstein
Pickled Cucumbers, Wieners, & Jewish Foie-Gras
Grandmother Was Insistent. She Had to Have a Cow.
Hot Bricks Heated the Bed
Mother Slept on the Stove
It Cost Five Shillings to Go to Yeshiva
Growing Up in the Netherlands
Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
Holidays, Lazy Days & Spies
I Have Seen Nothing but War in My Life.
In Cattle Wagons Deep into Siberia
Jerusalem is Not on the Moon
I Believe You Have to be Jewish First
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