"Aspects of Jewish life, including marriage, death and mourning, dietary laws, synagogue rituals, holidays, and the Jewish calendar are explained. Kolatch stresses the importance of the Talmud, respected rabbinic traditions, and the Old Testament to Orthodox, Conservative, and Reformed practices. Highly recommended,"---Library Journal. 336 pages, softcover. Penguin.
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Review 1 for The Jewish Book of Why
Date:March 7, 2008
This book is really helpful to me; lots of information that I need. Talks a lot about the Jewish people and what they believe in and what they do. We need to respect the Jews. So this book is helpful pick it up and read it.