Will continuously be updated. This is not everything, just anything within memory’s distance (like notes of what I’ve read, reading or need to read).

-Outwitting History by Aaron Lansky

-Jewish Humor by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin
-When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Harold Kushner
-Overcoming Life’s Disappointments by Harold Kushner
-The Pink Triangle by Richard Plant
-Dawn by Elie Wiesel
-Twilight by Elie Wiesel

-Judaism’s 10 Best Ideas for Spiritual Life by Blu Greenberg
-How to Run a Traditional Household by Blu Greenberg
-All of a Kind Family by Sydney Taylor
-The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant
-Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth
-The Chosen by Chiam Potok
-Have You No Shame? And Other Regrettable Stories by Rachel Shukert
-(all) Jewish Catalogues

-Night by Elie Wiesel (need to write blog post)
-Some Girls, Some Hats and Hitler by Trudi Kanter (blog post)
-People Speak 3 by Chaim Walder (need to write blog post)
-A Letter to Harvey Milk by Leslea Newman (blog post)
-Lovely by Leslea Newman
-To Life by Harold Kushner (in process of re-reading)
-Diary of Anne Frank

What’s in my special Jewish 3-tier dresser drawer?

Even though I called this page “Bookshelf” I wanted to share with you what’s in my special dresser drawer that I acquired from the theatre a while back. I knew I wanted a place to stash all my Jewish items, so here you go…. Yes, I know, I haven’t put away my menorah. The hamsa I just bought is above (you can see it) hanging from a glittery “LOVE” necklace holder along with my 1st Star of David necklace.

First Drawer (top): magazines galore, some random things from Hanukkah.

BOOKS! Although this isn’t everything. I have like 5 books in my bag for my class, my Diary of Anne Frank book is actually displayed on my real bookshelf, I have Leslea Newman’s other book in my bag, and I have the Jewish Humor book that I borrowed sitting on my treasure chest. So yes, plenty to go around.

The last drawer: a box with “love” written on it contains alllllllllllllll of my papers starting from the first day I attended CBI services to who knows what else.