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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-10-29

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— a woman he didn't even know exist-
ed. His 11:30 a.m. appearance Thursday
in West Bloomfield is part of the Brunch
with the Authors special event.

ABIGAIL POGREBIN,
One and the Same: My
Life As an Identical
Twin and What
I've Learned About
Everyone's Struggle To
11:30
Be Singular
a.m. Friday, Nov. 6
— WB Abigail
Pogrebin takes a look at
the often misunderstood, deeply complex
world of the twin.

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LEV RAPHAEL, My
Germany
3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8
— WB
Lev Raphael travels to
Germany and reflects
on his own life and
that of his mother
and father.

ROBIN ROMM, The Mercy Papers: A
Memoir of Three Weeks
10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11 — WB
A poignant account of the final weeks in
the life of the author's mother, who died of
cancer.

MICHAEL ROSEN, What Else But Home:
Seven Boys and an American Journey
Between the Projects and the Penthouse
1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5 — WB
Michael Rosen and his wife welcome five
boys, from public and subsidized housing,
Latino and African-American, Catholic
and Protestant, into their home.

MATT ROTHSCHILD, Dumbfounded:
Big Money. Big Hair. Big Problems. Or
Why Having It All Isn't for Sissies.
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 — WB
Matt Rothschild grew up on Fifth Avenue
and went to the best schools. But his most
memorable adventures, recounted here
with love and humor, involved his family.

RACHEL SONTAG, House Rules
11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4 — WB
Sontag tells the difficult but brave choices
she made in an effort to escape her brutal
father and passive mother.

Chapter Six:
Health & Spirituality

Elizabeth Applebaum
Special to the Jewish News

DAVID KESSLER,
The End of
Overeating:
Taking Control
of the Insatiable
American Appetite
10 a.m. Friday,
Nov. 13 — OP
2 p.m. Friday,
Nov. 13 — WB
A 2009 survey,
conducted by the nonprofit groups Trust
for America's Health and the Robert
Wood Johnson Foundation, found that
obesity in American adults increased in
23 U.S. states last year, with more than
25 percent of the population in 31 states
categorized as "obese
So why are we so overweight?
Dr. David Kessler, commissioner of
the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
under Presidents George H. W. Bush
and Bill Clinton, takes a look at this
problem in his new book, The End of
Overeating. Kessler met with scientists,
physicians and food and restaurant
industry insiders to understand why
people eat more than they need and
what they have to do to stop.

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NICK DUBIN, Asperger Syndrome and
Anxiety: A Guide to Successful Stress
Management
10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 — WB
Practical advice on managing stress for
anyone with Asperger Syndrome.

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DAVID A. KESSLER. MD

TERRI ORBUCH,
5 Simple Steps
5
To Take Your
SIMPLE STEPS
Marriage from
to 'fake Yoar
Good to Great
MARRIAGE
11:30 a.m.
Ga5D
Sunday, Nov.
to GREAT
8 — West
Bloomfield
TERRI I.. ORBUCH,
Another romantic
evening! The hus-
band sits at the
computer looking up sports scores. The
wife falls asleep watching QVC. The kids
are whining. The teens are mumbling,
"Leave me alone!" The dog is barking
and a mother-in-law is calling.
Remember those early days when it
was just the two of you, gazing into each
other's eyes?
Terri L. Orbuch is here to help. Orbuch,
a.k.a. the Love Doctor, appears weekly
on Fox News and is a columnist for the
Detroit Free Press. In 5 Simple Steps,
she presents easy methods for anyone

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eager to turn an average marriage into
happily ever after. And no, it doesn't
mean spending thousands of dollars on
a romantic getaway. All you need is you.

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MELISSA FORD, Navigating the Land
of IF: Understanding Infertility and
Exploring Your Options
10 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 — WB
The "Stirrup Queens" blogger offers
hope and practical advice to couples in
the land of infertility.

SUE HALPERN,
Can't
REMEMBER Remember
What I Forgot:
WHAT I The
Good
FORGOT News from the
Front Lines
THE GOOD NEWS
FROM THE
of Memory
FRONT LINES OF
Research
MEMORY RESEARCH
11 a.m. Friday,
SUE HALPERN
Nov. 13 — WB
Everything you
need to know about memory loss and
dementia.

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life. NOTE: This event is co-sponsored
by the Muslim Center of West Bloomfield,
making it the first-ever Jewish Book Fair
program presented with support of a
Muslim group.

FRANCINE PROSE, Anne Frank: The
Book, The Life, The Afterlife
10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10 — WB
A look at the famous diary as a work of
art, as a play and a film.

JORDAN LEVIN, We Were Relentless: A
Family's Journey to Overcome Disability
3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8 — OP
The story of Jordan Levin, born three
months premature and profoundly deaf,
who learned to speak and graduated from
Michigan State University.

BENJAMIN SEGAL, The Song of Songs:
A Woman in Love
11:45 a.m. Monday, Nov. 9 — WB
An Israeli rabbi presents a new interpreta-
tion of the Song of Songs that focuses on a
couple's struggle against societal norms.

MONNI MUST, Living Witnesses: Faces
of the Holocaust
11:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15 — WB
Photographer Monni Must and her daugh-
ter, Sabrina, a writer, present portraits of
local Holocaust survivors. _

JEFFREY ZASLOW, The Girls from
Ames: A Story of Women and a Forty-
Year Friendship
6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11— WB
The inspiring story of childhood friends
who helped each other through death,
marriage, motherhood and illness. I I

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JULIE HAUSER, Mothers to Mothers
1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 9 — Oak Park
A book that offers help to any mom
wondering how to manage it all.

DR. RON WOLFSON, The Seven
Questions You're Asked in Heaven:
Reviewing and Renewing Your Life on
Earth
8:15 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8 — WB
Improving your life with just seven
questions.

LIBBY ZNAIMER, In Cancerland:
Living Well Is the Best Revenge
10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13 — WB
When journalist Libby Znaimer discov-
ered a lump in her breast, she was in
shock. In In Cancerland, she provides
a glimpse of life with cancer from the
most difficult decisions to the everyday
concerns, like which pair of shoes to
buy for that all-important event. [Ti

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