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All Kehilla members are welcome to join us for our customary meetings on the second Monday of the month at 7pm.
At our meeting on August 13th we will be discussing The English Teacher by Yiftach Reicher Atir, an Israeli spy thriller focusing on the inner workings of the Mossad and the impact it has on one undercover operative in an Arab country.
This is the last book in our current cycle of books. In September we will vote to select books for the rest of this year and the beginning of next year.
All Kehilla members interested in joining the book group are invited to nominate books and help us make the selection.
For more information about the Book Group, contact Terry at email@example.com.
If you’re looking for other good books with a Jewish theme to read? The Kehilla Book Discussion Group has been meeting monthly since 2008 and we’ve read quite a few. Several people have recently asked for some names of books that we are reading so I am going to share some titles with you. Perhaps you will find something you might enjoy. Here are twenty to start with:
Always from Somewhere Else – Marj. Agosin
Can’t We talk about something…Pleasant – Roz Chast
December Project – Sara Davidson
Disobedience – Naomi Alderman
Forgetting River: A Modern Tale – Doreen Carvajal
Hare with Amber Eyes – Edmund da Waal
House of Memory – Marj. Agosin
King’s Ransom – Jan Berasely
Ophan #8 – Kim Van Alkemade
Postville – Stephen Bloom
Rashi’s Daughter I – Maggie Anton
Rashi’s Daughter II – Maggie Anton
Secret Chord – Geraldine Brooks
That’s Funny You Don’t Look Buddhist – Sylvia Boorstein
The Betrayers – David Bezmozgis
The English Teacher – Daniel Atir
The Zealot – Reza Aslan
You or Someone Like You – Chandler Burr
Zookeepers Wife – Diane Ackerman
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