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Jewish Book Week kicks off in February with a special family day featuring your children’s favourite authors, including Michael Rosen.

And in March we are back with nine days of stimulating talks, debates, music and live performances from exceptional authors, artists and thinkers. Join us as we delve into current affairs, history, philosophy, music and film, with speakers including Douglas Murray, Melanie Phillips, Philippe Sands, Adam Gopnik, Elif Shafak, Tom Bower, Marcus Du Sautoy, Emma Barnett, Rachel Johnson, Tom Segev, Howard Jacobson, Simon Schama, A.B. Yehoshua, Camilla Cavendish, Norman Lebrecht, Gavin Esler, Sue MacGregor, Martin Rees, and Andrew Robinson.

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Believe It or Snot: The Definitive Field Guide to Earth’s Slimy Creatures

Family / Jewish Book Week

As part of our Jewish Book Week Family Day, Dani Rabiaotti guides us through a world of slimy facts.

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Brain Fizzing Facts: Awesome Science Questions Answered

Family / Jewish Book Week

As part of our Jewish Book Week Family Day, Dr. Emily Grossman answers some of the weirdest, mind-fizzingly awesome and FUNNY science questions!

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Kjartan Poskitt: The Great Houdini – The World’s Most Amazing Escape Artist

Family / Jewish Book Week

As part of our Jewish Book Week Family Day, Kjartan Poskitt presents some fascinating and gruesome facts about magician Harry Houdini.

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The Missing: The True Story of My Family in WWII

Family / Jewish Book Week

As part of our Jewish Book Week Family Day, Michael Rosen presents the story of the effect of the Holocaust on his family and how he grew up.

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It's About Bloody Time

Words / Jewish Book Week

Award-winning broadcaster and journalist Emma Barnett loathes her period. But there’s something she loathes even more: not being able to talk about it. In conversation with Rachel Johnson.

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The Tunnel

Words / Jewish Book Week

Literary titan A.B. Yehoshua has been dubbed, together with Amos Oz and David Grossman ‘one of the three tenors of Israeli literature’. Here he presents his intriguing new novel, exploring identity, aging, family, secrets and spies.

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A State at Any Cost

Words / Jewish Book Week

Israeli historian Tom Segev offers a masterful account of the complex figure of David Ben-Gurion, founder of the Jewish state.

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Shylock and Caliban Speak

Words / Jewish Book Week

Playwrights Robert Gordon and David Peimer present their new play. Shakespeare’s ‘outsiders’ Shylock and Caliban talk back to the societies that have persecuted them over centuries.

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Make, Think, Imagine: Engineering the Future of Civilization

Words / Jewish Book Week

Drawing on history, his own personal experience and conversations with many of the world’s greatest innovators, ex-CEO of British Petroleum John Browne makes an impassioned and eloquent case for technological progress.

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The Library of Exile

Words / Jewish Book Week

Prize-winning author and artist Edmund de Waal talks about his library of exile.

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The Walls Have Ears

Words / Jewish Book Week

Helen Fry reveals the history of the elaborate WWII intelligence operation whereby Hitler’s generals were tricked into giving away Nazi secrets.

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Psychoanalytic Judaism

Words / Jewish Book Week

Stephen Frosh traces the links between Jews, Judaism and psychoanalysis, while looking at transgenerational legacies of trauma.

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Live a Little

Words / Jewish Book Week

Prize-winning author Howard Jacobson has written a characteristically funny and wickedly observed novel about falling in love toward the end of your life.

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Mothership

Words / Jewish Book Week

In conversation with acclaimed psychotherapist, psychoanalyst and author Susie Orbach, Francesca Segal talks about those heart-wrenching days amidst a band of fearless and inspirational mothers.

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Translation Matters

Words / Jewish Book Week

Author Boyd Tonkin wrote that, ‘To write, and to read, is to forever cross thresholds’. Translation opens up new vistas, refreshes language and fosters globalism.

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From Moses to Moses – A Fictional Tale of Rambam the Physician

Words / Jewish Book Week

A thrilling historical novel of the great Jewish philosopher Moses Maimonides.

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Learning from the Germans

Words / Jewish Book Week

Philosopher Susan Neiman argues that failure to confront our history permits phenomena such as Brexit and Trump to become not merely possible, but inevitable.

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The Heartless Traffic

Words / Jewish Book Week

Jeremy Robson, described by The Times as ‘a champion of poetry’ selects the best of his poems from the early 1960s to his most recent collections, plus 50 new poems.

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The New Age of Ageing

Words / Jewish Book Week

We are living in an unprecedented age: this year marks the first time in human history that the number of people aged 65 and over outnumber children aged five and under.

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Hip Set

Words / Jewish Book Week

Michael Fertik presents his novel, Hip Set.

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Karl Marx: Philosophy and Revolution

Words / Jewish Book Week

Shlomo Avineri, in this revelatory work, argues that Karl Marx's Jewish origins were integral to his work, placing his Jewish background in its proper and balanced perspective. The results are sometimes surprising.

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Life and Work of Eva Ibbotson

Words / Jewish Book Week

Eva Ibbotson was born in Vienna in 1925 and moved to England with her father when the Nazis came into power. Ibbotson wrote more than twenty award-winning books for children and young adults.

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Voices from the Warsaw Ghetto

Words / Jewish Book Week

In 1940 the historian Emanuel Ringelblum established a clandestine organization, the Oyneg Shabes, within the Warsaw ghetto to document Jewish life.

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