Feinbloom Library

Coming Soon - New Reads at the TBK Library

Our TBK Librarian has ordered some of the most appealing new fiction available for the library, and one non-fiction. If you’ve been looking for Jewish reading, how about some of the following? They will be coming soon!

Maggie Anton Rav Hisda’s Daughter
Rebecca Cantrel City of Broken Glass
Faye Kellerman The Beast
Naomi Ragen The Sisters Weiss
Helene Wecker The Golum and the Jinni
J.L. Witterick My Mother’s Secret

The nonfiction selection is Trusting Calvin by Sharon Peters – the story of a Holocaust survivor learning to trust a service dog.

The Feinbloom Library has librarians in at odd hours. You are welcome to browse the books any time your are at temple. If you require assistance, please call the temple office at 244-7060 and inquire.

New Library Suggestions

We have the latest releases from your favorite authors, not to mention a superb collection of non-fiction in religion, inspiration, humor, cooking, history, biography and current affairs. For students in high school and college - if you are doing research, particularly on Israel or the Holocaust, the Feinbloom Library has an extensive collection of books on the Holocaust and Israeli history and politics, as well as biographies of important Jewish figures both historical and contemporary. We also have memoirs of ordinary Jews who lived through extraordinary times. They are great resources - without all the competition for text use you find in the school library. They also make great reads for everyone else, since learning doesn't have to end at graduation. Impress your friends with your extensive knowledge of world events, history and religion - brush up using the resources in our library.

Reading is an important habit that starts young. Parents, help your children make this a lifelong passion by starting to read to them early and to encourage their own reading. We have a wonderful collection of children's books from early readers through young adults. Reinforce their reading skills and teach them about Judaism and Jewish values with the books in our collection.

If there is something we're missing, let us know and we will be happy to try and get it in. Hope to see you in the library!

Significant Jewish Books

Day After Night: A Novel by Anita Diamant
In her best-selling novel, The Red Tent, Anita Diamant reimagined the lives of women in biblical times, the community of support between them, and their unmarked footsteps in history. Her new novel, Day After Night, seeks out a woman's narrative in a real event that took place in Israel three years prior to statehood.

America's Prophet: Moses and the American Story by Bruce Feiler
Bruce Feiler opens up the Exodus story in a new way by viewing it through a different lens--the history of the United States of America. "For four hundred years, one figure stands out as the surprising symbol of America," Feiler writes. "His name is Moses."