The Association of Jewish Libraries announces its picks for the year’s best children’s books
The publisher that secured the rights to print an annotated version of Hitler’s manifesto said the book was a bestseller in 2016
Ted Rall’s graphic biography of Donald Trump became dated fast, much like the presidential hopeful himself
Is it possible to write a book about Israel where conflict is not the fulcrum of the Jewish state’s history?
FYI: It’s pronounced ‘Fronkensteen’
New books with LGBT characters to enjoy during Pride month, and beyond
Sure, Cohen will publish ho-hum celebs tell-alls, but let’s also hope he finds the next big thing
Hitler’s reprinted and unannotated treatise comes under legal scrutiny in Germany
Nine book suggestions for when you’re kicking back in your summer chill castle
‘I haven’t accomplished anything alone, but I was fortunate to be part of a revived feminist movement’
This week on Unorthodox, we learn what klezmer aerobics is, plus we talk to writer Daniel Oppenheimer and essayist Roxane Gay
A review of the new dystopian Holocaust YA novel, Wolf by Wolf
The National Book Awards just eliminated an incredible YA read. Luckily, that book’s getting another prize. Introducing the Mibbys.
With the High Holidays and school year in full swing, one of our foremost Jewish intellectuals lays out ten tenets—initially for her son—for taking care of your kids
A new, Spanish-language anthology has fans rejoicing—and maybe the author, too
Because every Jew needs inventive language for situations involving anxiety, misery, disaster, melancholy, and your bubbe’s saliva
Did someone say ‘afikomen gift’?
Annual literary prize honors the best Jewish children’s books
‘This is a report on a library trip to Israel from a bookish girl who is now a bookish old lady’
An aging feminist meets a new generation in Brian Morton’s sharp, sympathetic novel ‘Florence Gordon’
Louise Sylvia Katz checked out Ludwig Lewisohn’s Israel in 1928
Israel’s largest and oldest bookseller sold to investment company
After reading my book out loud, I finally accepted the truth: I’m just not an oral tradition kind of guy
How better to celebrate Tablet’s literary critic?
What happens when our libraries are purged from our homes, replacing spines with screens?
Tablet staffers sound off on our newly-published literary list
Today on Tablet
On Yom Kippur, a day of remembrance, offering a blessing for the life and death of books
After Amazon started recommending Christian novels for me, I gathered a group of Jewish friends to explore them and discovered an unexpected reconnect with spirituality
Raja Shehadeh’s new memoir joins a growing list of literary works on Palestinian life before Israel. But do they tell the whole story?