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November 21, 2003 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-21

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STAFF PHOTOS BY ANGIE BAAN

ore than 200 people
attended the opening
program Nov. 9 of the
annual Jewish Book
Fair at the Jewish Community Center
in Oak Park. Magician Ben Spitzer of
Holly performed feats of magic cen-

tered around the theme, "I
Love Books."
Afterward, families
checked out Jewish books
for sale or sat and read
comfortably on couches. The
Book Fair ended Nov. 16 at the
JCCs in Oak Park and West
Bloomfield. I 1

Left:
Miles Menuck, 4, of Birmingham responds to a question from the magician.

Clockwise from top right:
Magician Ben Spitzer juggles Beanie Babies.

Aaron Stager; 5, of Walled Lake reads with this grandmother, Cindy Moss of
Southfield.

Eric Grossman-Lemport, 4, of West Bloomfield looks at books at Book Fair with his
father, Mark Lemport.

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2003

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