The First Jewish Catalog: A Do-It-Yourself Kit
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A true classic! When no one else can answer your questions on celebrations, ceremonies, customs, and rituals, The First Jewish Catalog can.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published October 15th 1965 by The Jewish Publication Society
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Oriyah Nitkin
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Still only in the beginnings of reading, but I feel like this is the Moosewood cookbook version of Judaism.
Fred
Oddball, exciting leftover hippie relic that was somehow haunting an unnnoticed, unloved bookshelf in my childhood home - mind you, my father wore a crew cut until the mid-70s, so I have no clue how it got there. Perfectly subversive for a little yeshiva boy in the '80s. I loved it.
Kelly
I love this book! If you're new to Judaism, and can find it, get this one. You will refer to it again and again.
Myla
Pure 70's nostalgia - the original hippy-Jew book - loved it way back when!
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