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May 31, 2018

Just back from Book Expo book signing! Maybe the knish is going to be the new hot food!

What fun! Sorry we didn't get a photo of the line of librarians and book sellers who came by

for a copy of The Knish War on Rivington Street. So many people now have the story and th...

May 28, 2018


Remembering Stanley Hayami on this Memorial Day and wondering what he would write in his diary in 2018 as our government tears children from their parents arms at our borders—parents who may never find their children; parents who are incarcerated for the crime of tryi...

May 27, 2018

Last year, just before The Knish War on Rivington Street went to press, I re-learned the lesson

about being careful of what you wish for. Months earlier I suggested that the book have a recipe in the back, so families could make their own knishes—especially for families...

May 26, 2018

Did my two minute sales pitch at the Jewish Book Council's Meet the Author event yesterday. Not many children's authors were on the program - but lots of interesting adult books. Hoping to hear from some of the JBC's that do family programs and book fairs. The Knish Wa...

May 24, 2018

Writers of children’s books often get letters from children “by-the-class-full”—letters that teachers have their students write. I always enjoy those, even when I know they were written on assignment.

What we don’t often receive are letters from former children...letter...

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