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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BOOKS

Art calendars often be-
come collectors' items, and
there have been instances
when they became cultur-
ally significant.
Similarly, when the days
and months of the year are
utilized to emphasize the
events marked by them,
they become guidelines for
entertainment and for
knowledge.
Two newly published
works assume such impor-

Another, a book for young
readers, emerges with an
impressiveness for all ages
in the values it contains in
defining the Jewish year, its
months and the importance
attached to each in the reg-
ular, as well as the leap
year.

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lishers, with a notable re-
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Jewish children, has just is-
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Jewish calendars in many art forms
are serving as new educational media

tance. One is for people of all
ages — what may appear as
a simple calendar but is in
reality filled with valuable
information.

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Calendars are more than
dating media. When artists
and historians utilize them
for their purposes, they as-
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