Children’s books

Good Shabbos Everybody and the stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer.

Yael Ingel
June 9 2023 12:01AM

Orthodox equivalents of everything from Legos to Encyclopedia Brown to The Babysitters’ Club.

Andrew Silow-Carroll
April 20 2022 12:01AM

The Library of Congress’s Hebraic Section has digitized an array of rare children’s books.

Ann Brener
March 10 2022 12:01AM

All-of-a-Kind Family.

Rebecca Klempner
Jan. 11 2022 12:01AM

A lesson for Sally Rooney from a children’s book.

Erika Dreifus
Oct. 19 2021 12:01AM

Kadya Molodowsky’s “humor, irony, and deeply rooted sense of Jewishness.”

Jordan Kutzik
Dec. 3 2020 12:01AM

Who doesn’t love a good conspiracy theory?

Nov. 17 2020 12:01AM

Over the last 30 years, books for young Jews have dropped religious and national identity and become obsessed with the Holocaust. Can they be put on a better track?

May 27 2020 12:01AM

Swords, dragons, and burning talmuds.

Alan Verskin
Sept. 27 2018 12:01AM

Jane Yolen’s Mapping the Bones.

Ruth Franklin
July 23 2018 12:01AM

“A mongrel smelling blood.”

Emily Schneider
July 12 2018 12:01AM

Year after year, most of what gets served up to young Jewish readers is poorly conceived, substantively shallow, and reeking of chicken-soup nostalgia.

Nov. 16 2016 12:01AM