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The Student's Encyclopedia of Judaism is an age-appropriate reference work for grades 7-12. Entries are clearly written and the topics are quite comprehensive. It will be a welcome addition to any Jewish family library." ?Wallace Greene, UJA Federa
An excellent resource for Jewish families to keep on hand for household use, The Student's Encyclopedia of Judaism provides engaging and authoritative coverage of all aspects of the Jewish religionקits history, practices, and important figures as well as current thinking among the Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox movements. The Student's Encyclopedia of Judaism is one of the most important Jewish reference books available to any student. Specially designed for students ages 12-18, the articles in The Student's Encyclopedia of Judaism cover a vast spectrum of topics. There are biographical entries on biblical figures, rabbis, and others whose thoughts and actions have influenced the development of Judaism. From traditions and ceremonies to foods and historical leaders, special attention is given to contemporary issues and women's roles in Judaism. Also emphasized are the customs and folk traditions of Jewish cultures throughout the world. * For students in grades 7 through 12 * Over 900 entries * All facets of daily, Sabbath, and holiday prayers and rituals are included * Traditional and modern issues are discussed from several viewpoints * Sidebars throughout include the sayings of the sages, texts of prayers, and summaries of biblical books and holidays * A list of books for further reading is included * A perfect gift for Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and Hannukah Geoffrey Wigoder was Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopedia Judaica. Fred Skolnik is senior editor for the Encyclopedia of Jewish Life Before and During the Holocaust (NYU Press, 2001). Shmuel Himelstein is the author of The Jewish Primer: Questions and Answers on Jewish Faith and Culture.