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This Week's Jewish Links

Here are this week's links on Jewish books, reading, writing and libraries.

Cathy Balshone-Becze talks about What Public Libraries Can Do for Special Libraries: Presenting an Overview of Services in Massachusetts. This region-specific but very interesting presentation was made at last year's New England Association of Jewish Libraries conference and has ongoing relevance for Judaica librarians.

From the New York Times, an Arts Review column on Medieval Remnants of the Jews in Spain.

Anne Frank's Diary- complete, original- is on display for the first time. From the Christian Science Monitor.

For laughs: Scenes from the post-print apocalypse. From the New York Times.

From the Jewish Publication Society blog: Lost, But Not Forgotten.

From the Jerusalem Post: Jerusalem Limmud FSU event to highlight Nobel prize theme: Jewish learning festival for Russian speakers follows successful events in Ukraine, Moscow.

Check out the Jewish Book Council's upcoming Twitter Book Club: Jennifer Gilmore's Something Red: A Novel, on June 2.

Got a link about Jewish books you'd like me to see?  Email me at mcloutier at Have a great week!
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