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Library

The Glen Rock Jewish Center boasts a library with a well-rounded collection of new and classic texts for adults, and a children's section which is visited monthly by our Hebrew School students. 

Encyclopedia Judaica

Synagogue members have access to the online version of Encyclopedia Judaica, 2nd ed.  Please contact the main office at (201) 652-6624 for the password to access this ebook.

 

Books and educational materials for children:

Books and general interest – adult:

  • Avotaynu, Inc
    A leading publisher of products of interest to persons who are researching Jewish genealogy, Jewish family trees or Jewish roots. The books we sell are meant to assist you in your research—from beginner guides to books about Jewish surnames.
  • Jewish Lights Publishing
    Publishing books that reflect the Jewish wisdom tradition for people of all faiths, all backgrounds.
  • K-Tav Publishing
    Jewish educational and scholarly books (and other resources).
  • Schocken Books
    A wide selection of Jewish titles from various publishing houses.

Websites, journals and online communities:

  • Jewish Review of Books
    The Jewish Review of Books is a quarterly publication (in print and on the web) for serious readers with Jewish interests. Leading writers and scholars discuss the newest books and ideas about religion, literature, culture, and politics, as well as fiction, poetry, and the arts.
  • J-Books.com
    An online Jewish book community. JBooks.com features reviews of top Jewish books written by well-known authors, journalists, and critics, as well as profiles of and interviews with new and established writers.
  • NextBook Inc:
    Nextbook Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Jewish literature, culture, and ideas. It runs both Nextbook Press, a series of books on Jewish themes published by Schocken, and Tablet Magazine, an online magazine about Jewish life.

 

Video:

  • Ergo Media, Inc:
    Ergo Media focuses its attention on making available quality film, video and DVDs about the Jewish experience for those who want to learn more about Jewish life and culture, Israel, the Holocaust, Jewish tradition and World Jewry. The Ergo Collection, which has over 300 titles, includes children videos, documentaries, how-to videos, Israeli and Yiddish film classics, educational programs and music/art videos. All films are in English or subtitled in English, unless otherwise noted.
  • Jewish Heritage Video Collection
    The JHVC was created to explore Jewish heritage
through the unique resources of film and television. The Collection, available at more than 200 sites nationwide, provides courses and a video library that address vital issues of Jewish history, identity and culture.
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