Marjorie Ingall is a columnist for Tablet Magazine, and author of Mamaleh Knows Best: What Jewish Mothers Do to Raise Successful, Creative, Empathetic, Independent Children.
A review of the new dystopian Holocaust YA novel, Wolf by Wolf
By Marjorie Ingall · November 3, 2015
The National Book Awards just eliminated an incredible YA read. Luckily, that book’s getting another prize. Introducing the Mibbys.
By Marjorie Ingall · October 16, 2015
There’s a movement to make children’s books more embracing of underrepresented groups. Where should Jews fit in?
By Marjorie Ingall · October 15, 2015
A new line of greeting cards, which address loss and sorrow with humor and honesty, may help you express what you don’t quite have the words to say
By Marjorie Ingall · October 12, 2015
Using a new book of cut-out paper castles (and a trebuchet), along with some special-guest LEGO minifigs, my kids recreated some historic Jewish scenes, including a beauty pageant
By Marjorie Ingall · October 2, 2015
A new book of cocktail recipes (and more) offers an inspiring way to toast Jacob Adler, the star of Yiddish theater
By Marjorie Ingall · August 28, 2015
Stop setting things on fire and traumatizing campers. There are better and more meaningful ways to mark the holiday.
By Marjorie Ingall · July 22, 2015
Fund offers a variety of resources, from medical treatment and counseling, to adoption assistance
By Marjorie Ingall · July 16, 2015
How you can help save B&H!
By Marjorie Ingall · July 8, 2015
To preserve Schmalz’s work, author Samuel G. Freedman has begun a Kickstarter campaign to fund an audio documentary and book project
By Marjorie Ingall · July 1, 2015