Nonfiction Round-Up (9/25/19)

A comedic guide to all things Judaism, the life of Israel’s founder, the high school years of indie-pop icons, a young woman’s Holocaust diary, and getting to know a Supreme Court justice… all in this week’s #nonfiction round-up.

A FIELD GUIDE TO JEWISH PEOPLE: Who They Are, Where They Come From, What to Feed Them…and Much More. Maybe Too Much More by Dave Barry, Adam Mansbach, and Alan Zweibel

“Following their previous collaboration, this is another zany book for Jews and those who love them.”–Kirkus Reviews

A STATE AT ANY COST: The Life of David Ben-Gurion by Tom Segev

“Scholars and devoted readers of political history, notably of the Middle East, will turn to Segev’s majestic analysis of this pivotal leader for decades to come.”--Library Journal

HIGH SCHOOL by Sara Quin and Tegan Quin

“This inspiring memoir will appeal to readers, especially fans of the duo.”–Library Journal

RENIA’S DIARY: A Holocaust Journal by Renia Spiegel

“This family’s epic, layered story of survival serves as an important Holocaust document.”–Publishers Weekly

THE ENIGMA OF CLARENCE THOMAS by Corey Robin

“A penetrating profile of the Supreme Court’s longest-serving justice.”–Kirkus Reviews

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