A fascinating review of an interesting book introducing us to the Jewish weavers of carpets, their lives and their artistry in the midst of the Catholic intolerance of the 15th century.More...
A detective story and first novel which takes place in Israel and is related to the Oslo Accords. A seven year project following on an interesting journey taken by the author bringing him to Israel where he has become a writer.More...
This is a memoir, elegantly written by a celebrated, internationally recognized British ceramicist and potter, recipient of many awards, including an OBE. The Hare of the title refers to one of the ‘Netsuke’, exquisite miniature sculptures of ivory or wood, invented in Japan in the 17th century.More...
The book is about motherhood, what it involves, how long does it take, what you need to know/do to become a Mom. A number of mothers reflect on their journey through motherhood and how it affects their roles as wives, daughters and workers.More...
Helen Schary Motro describes Martin Fletcher’s book “The List” as a terrific read. It is set during the final years of the Second World War and is about actual events of the Holocaust and the Zionist struggle in Palestine. Overlaid is a fictitious love story of a young refugee couple from Vienna who are trying to settle into a new life in London.More...
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