Reading Roundup for November 2022


I’ve got two featured reads for you, plus a list of the six other titles I finished in November 2022, and then we conclude with the list of books I’m studying for a class.

Hoping you find something in this roundup that sparks your interest, and I’m happy to hear what your recent fave reads were!

Featured Reads

“Be the Serpent”


Other Reads

  • “The Mapmaker’s Daughter” by Laurel Corona (Fiction)
  • “Skeleton Song” (Wayward Children Universe) by Seanan McGuire (Short Fiction)
  • “Like a Dream” (October Daye Universe) by Seanan McGuire (Short Fiction)
  • “On Repentance and Repair” by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg (Non-Fiction)
  • “WatchTime: December 2022” (Magazine)
  • “WatchTime: 2023 Special Design Issue” (Magazine)

Books for Judaism Class

Normally, I only put books in a Reading Roundup that I’ve finished; however, Beloved & I are taking a twenty-week Judaism class, which means both that the number of books I finish in a month has diminished, and that I’ll be reading the class’s assigned books for the next few months.
So, here are the books for our class:

  • “On One Foot: An Intro to Judaism Coursebook” by Rabbi Adam Greenwald
  • “To Life! A Celebration of Jewish Being and Thinking” by Rabbi Harold Kushner
  • “Aleph Isn’t Tough: An Introduction to Hebrew for Adults” by Rabbi Linda Motzkin
  • “Jewish Literacy: Revised Edition” by Rabbi Joseph Telushkin
  • “A Short History of the Jewish People” by Rabbi Raymond Scheindlin
  • “The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays” by Rabbi Irving Greenberg
  • “The Sabbath” by Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

Wrapping Up

And that’s my Reading Roundup for November 2022.
Did you find something that you’d like to add to your To Be Read pile, or do you have a title to suggest to me?
Either way, I’m curious to hear.

Your Library Girl, Mina
Thank you for reading.

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