Practices Bibliography

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Jewish Ritual & Ethics

To Be a Jew, by Hayim Halevy Donin (Basic Books, 1972).
A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice, by Isaac Klein (Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1979).
Gates of Mitzvah–Shaarei Mitzvah, edited by Simeon J. Maslin (Central Conference of American Rabbis Press, 1986).
The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life: An Interfaithfamily.com Handbook, by Ronnie Friedland and Edmund Case (JewishLights, 2001).
Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice, by Mark Washofsky (Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 2001).
Jewish Family & Life: Traditions, Holidays, and Values for Today’s Parents and Children
, by Yosef I. Abramowitz and Susan Silverman (Golden Books, 1997).
Exploring Judaism: A Reconstructionist Approach, by Rebecca T. Alpert and Jacob J. Staub (Jewish Reconstructionist Federation, 2000).
The Jewish Catalogue, edited by Richard Siegel, Michael Strassfeld, and Sharon Strassfeld  (Jewish Publication Society of America, 1973).
The Second Jewish Catalogue,
edited by Sharon Strassfeld and Michael Strassfeld (Jewish Publication Society of America, 1976).
To Life!: A Celebration of Jewish Being and Thinking, by Harold Kushner (Little, Brown & Co., 1993).
Jewish Wisdom: Ethical, Spiritual, and Historical Lessons from the Great Works and Thinkers, by Joseph Telushkin (William Morrow & Co., 1994).
On Being a Jew, by James Kugel (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998).

Kashrut: Dietary Laws

The Jewish Dietary Laws: Their Meaning for Our Time, by Samuel H. Dresner with A Guide to Observance, by Seymour Siegel (Burning Bush Press, 1959).
The Practical Guide to Kashruth, by S. Wasgschal (Feldheim).
Why Kosher?: An Anthology of Answers, by Irving Welfeld (Jason Aronson, 1996).

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