Greenberg Families Library — New Releases


  • Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story
  • Call Me By Your Name
  • In Between



  • Beneath the Surface by Sara Wiederblank
  • Compass by Mathias Enard
  • The Diamond Setter by Moshik Sakal
  • From Darkness to Dawn by Bracha Pearl Toporowitch
  • Gateway to the Moon: A Novel by Mary Morris
  • Goldens are Here by Andrew Furman
  • The Kabbalah Master by Perle Besserman
  • Never Knew You by Miriam Weiser
  • The Resurrection of Joan Aashby by Cherise Wolas
  • Role Call by Tzippy Kestenbaum


  • Cake by Maira Kalman
  • Cities of Refuge: German Jews in London and New York 1935-1945 by Lori Gemeiner Bihler
  • In Days to Come: A New Hope For Israel by Avraham Burg
  • In Search of Israel: The History of an Idea by Michael Brenner
  • Fascism: A Warning by Madeleine Albright
  • Growing with my Cousin by Ester Katz Silvers
  • In the Name of Humanity: The Secret Deal to End the Holocaust by Max Wallace
  • Jewish Radical Feminism: Voices From the Women’s Liberation Movement by Joyce Antler
  • Let’s Eat: Jewish Food and Faith by Lori Stein and Ronald Isaacs
  • My Eyes Looking Back at Me: Insight Into a Survivor’s Soul by Leah Cik Roth
  • My Country My Life by Ehud Barak
  • My Israel Trail: Finding Peace in the Promised Land by Aryeh Green
  • The Mystery of the Kibbutz by Ran Abramitzky
  • Postcards From Auschwitz: Holocaust Tourism and the Meaning of Remembrance by Daniel Reynolds
  • The Promise: Two Sisters in a Nazi Concentration Camp by Pnina Bat Zvi and Margie Wolfe
  • Racing Against History: The 1940 Campaign For a Jewish Army To Fight Hitler by Rick Richman
  • Red Hot Mama: The Life of Sophie Tucker by Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff
  • A Rich Brew: How Cafes Created Modern Jewish Culture by Shachar Pinsker
  • See Saw by Zev Roth
  • Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
  • Uprooted: How 3000 Years of Jewish Civilisation in the Arab World Vanished Overnight by Lyn Julius
  • We Spoke Out: Comic Books and the Holocaust by Neil Adams
  • The Zionist Ideas: Visions For the Jewish Homeland-Then, Now, Tomorrow by Gil Troy
  • Why Poetry by Matthew Zapruder