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What We Brought Back: Jewish Life After Birthright: Reflections by Alumni of Taglit-Birthright Israel Trips

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Dozens of contributors share personal essays, poems, and photographs from their unique Jewish journeys. Some tales are eye-opening, others are heart-breaking. Couples fall in love, friendships fall apart. Profound adventures enlighten; hilarious misadventures do, too. Welcome to the liner notes for the latest album of Jewish life in America. Produced with Nextbook Inc. and Birthright Israel NEXT.

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ISBN:
9781592642892
Author:
Hoffman, Wayne (edt)
Publisher:
Toby Press
Editor:
Hoffman, Wayne
Author:
Hoffman, Wayne
Subject:
Special Interest - Religious
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General-General
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Publication Date:
20100931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
210

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"Synopsis" by , Dozens of contributors share personal essays, poems, and photographs from their unique Jewish journeys. Some tales are eye-opening, others are heart-breaking. Couples fall in love, friendships fall apart. Profound adventures enlighten; hilarious misadventures do, too. Welcome to the liner notes for the latest album of Jewish life in America. Produced with Nextbook Inc. and Birthright Israel NEXT.
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