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November 04, 1988 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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could be ready in time for it,"
said Mrs. Silver. "Represen-
tatives from libraries buy
from us, and community
centers from other areas come
here to study our fair?'
"One thing we hope to do
through Book Fair is to con-
vince publishers to keep
publishing Jewish books,"
said Mrs. Schneyer. "There
are not that many publishers
of Jewish children's books,
but the number of them are
increasing, and it is due to
book fairs such as ours."
Mrs. Kantor was proud of a
news clipping from a Califor-
nia Jewish publication writ-
ten by an Orange County cor-
respndent who attended a
Random House reception for
Natan Sharansky:
"I met five women whose
identification cards said they
came from the Detroit Jewish
Community Center annual
book fair. I marveled at a com-
munity that would send five
people to Anaheim to prepare
for a book fair which, if I am
not mistaken, your Los
Angeles community does not
have at all. One of them, it
turned out, was sent by the
JCC of Detroit in order to line
up speakers for their next fair,
and the others were
volunteers who paid their
own way to the ABA
(American Bookseller's
Association) convention. I was
more impressed by this than
by seeing David Brinkley who
came in to shake hands with
-Sharansky."



LOCAL NEWS

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Jewish," said Mrs. Kantor,
"but the book must be. For ex-
ample, people expect that the
cookbooks will be kosher!"
A special program targeted
mainly to Book Fair
volunteers, but open to the
public, is a presentation and
cooking demonstration by
New York society hostess
Helen Nash, on Wednesday
from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
She penned Helen Nash's
Kosher Kitchen. Volunteers
will be treated to lunch, and
volunteer readers will present
brief synopses of the
speakers' books. "We will
preview every author who is
speaking at Book Fair, and as
many other books as is possi-
ble to fit in," said Mrs. Silver.
"Our volunteers become
friends, and it is really like a
family. There is a real
warmth to it," she said. "We
have one volunteer, Joyce
Burkoff, who lives in Florida
now but is in her 25th year at
work on Book Fair. When she
is in town she is here three
times a week, and when she
is in Florida she calls to check
on what we are doing." Mrs.
Silver said that she and her
chairmen are always looking
for volunteers and that in-
quiries are welcome.
Detroit's Jewish Book Fair
is the oldest and most
respected community book
fair in the country. "We have
had authors ask to be invited
back. We have had publishers
ask when the fair would run
so that a particular book

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The 11th annual Alicia Joy
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The free conference is en-
titled "Feeling Good About
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skills and human sexuality.
Blum has been working for
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Families are encouraged to
bring their children age 11
and older. Hours are 7
p.m.-9:30 p.m. Thursday and
9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 11.
Guests should bring their
lunches.
For information, call Tem-
ple Israel, 661-5700.

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