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Celebrating the Jewish Year, 3-volume set

By Paul Steinberg (author), Janet Greenstein Potter (editor)

This set includes all three volumes in the Celebrating the Jewish Year series, for less than the cost of buying each book separately!

Included in the set:

The Fall Holidays: Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot; The Winter Holidays: Hanukkah, Tu B'Shevay, Purim; and the newly-released Spring and Summer Holidays: Passover, Shavuot, The Omer, Tisha B'Av.

Perfect for every family and library bookshelf, these books offer rich collections of readings from many Jewish greats of the past and present -- Maimonides, Rashi, Irving Greenberg, Shlomo Carlebach, Marge Piercy, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Arthur Green, and many more.

The readings teach us about the history of each holiday, as well as its theological, ethical, and seasonal importance; others give us inspiration and food for thought. These stories, essays, poems, anecdotes, and rituals help us discover how deeply Jewish traditions are rooted in nature's yearly cycle, and how beautifully season and spirit are woven together throughout the Jewish year.

About Paul Steinberg

Paul Steinberg is the author of the 2007 National Jewish Book Award Finalist books (with editor Janet Greenstein Potter) in the Celebrating the Jewish Year series. He is the education director at Valley Beth Shalom in Encino, California. His speech topics include “Jewish Holidays,” “Jewish Education,” and “Jewish Spirituality.”

Willing to Travel, Honorarium Negotiable

About Janet Greenstein Potter

Janet Greenstein Potter is the editor of several JPS publications, including the National Jewish Book Award Finalist Wise and Not So Wise, Praise Her Works, Zayda Was a Cowboy, Sarah's Journey, and The Kids' Catalog of Animals and the Earth, a book about the environment and the Jewish tradition.