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A Brief Guide to Jewish Young Adult Fiction

by Deborah Altman Last month brought exciting news for Judy Blume fans. The iconic young adult author announced she is working on a new release set to be out next summer, her first novel for adults since 1998. To keep you reading in the meantime, Moment has rounded up some of our favorite recent Jewish young adult releases--for kids and adults alike! 1. The Path of Names by Ari B. Goelman Initially I picked this up as a birthday gift for my cousin, but by chapter two, I was hooked. Thirteen-year old Dahlia Shulman, fan of magic, math and Guitar Hero, could not be less excited about Jewish summer camp. It isn’t until after she sees two girls run straight through her cabin’s wall that she realizes there is more to camp then meets the eye. Filled with...

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