• Becoming Kathrine Talbot

    Becoming Kathrine Talbot


    A Jewish Refugee and the Novelist She Invented
    Ribbat, Christoph

    Christoph Ribbat’s remarkable book is a creative biography and literary retrieval of Kathrine Talbot, née Ilse Gross ... It will make everyone who reads it reconsider what they believe they know about the lives of refugees, and rush to...

  • In the Footsteps of the Jews of Greece

    In the Footsteps of the Jews of Greece


    From Ancient Times to the Present Day
    Karababas, Anastasios

    Some praise for the Greek edition:
    A very engaging book about a unique aspect of Greece’s history.

    This work offers for the first time a complete and comprehensive overview of...

  • Intrepid Pioneers

    Intrepid Pioneers


    Jewish Women in the Public Arena
    Seddon, Isabelle

    It is to Isabelle Seddon’s great credit that she marks the contributions of the early pioneers, as well as those who have done sterling work in more recent years.
    Rabbi Dame Julia Neuberger

    Here Isabelle Seddon reveals the astonishing contributions made by British born...

  • The Bloom’s Story, 1920–2010

    The Bloom’s Story, 1920–2010


    Fox, Pam

    We who dined there will always remember our favourite dishes and perhaps even more so, those waiters who always had the last word about everything. But, at its heart are our roots. This is a remarkable tale which, significantly, is deeply entwined in the wider story of the...

  • The Shapiro Family, Jewish Creativity and Courage in Russia and Eastern Europe

    The Shapiro Family, Jewish Creativity and Courage in Russia and Eastern ...


    Selected Writings of Rachel Bayvel
    Bayvel, Rachel

    The Baal Shem Tov (Besht), the founder of Hasidim, once said that the Shapiro family is one of three families, most ancient and distinguished in their ancestry. Rachel Bayvel is a direct descendent of the Shapiro family, and covers some 1100 years of the...