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Judaism Reading List: Trad. Lit. and Practice (Pt. II)
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   [Art95]
          Artson, Bradley; Siegel, Adam (ed). It's a Mitzvah! :
          Step-By-Step to Jewish Living. Behrman House; 1995. Paperback.
          244 pages. ISBN 0-874415-85-3.
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          ish] 
          
   [Don72]
          Donin, Hayim. To Be a Jew: A Guide to Jewish Observance in
          Contemporary Life. Basic Books, New York. 1972. Paperback
          reissue, 1991, 338 pages. ISBN 0-465086-32-2.
          [7][Buy at Amazon:
          http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0465086322/socculturejew
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   [For88]
          Forst, Rabbi Binyamin and Twerski, Rabbi Aaron. The Law of
          B'rachos. Mesorah. Brooklyn, NY. 1988. [A Comprehensive
          exposition of the background and laws of blessings]
          
   [Kle79]
          Klein, Isaac. A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice. Jewish
          Theological Seminary, New York. 1979. Hardcover. ISBN
          0-873340-04-3. [Published by the Conservative movement, but
          based upon previous law codes, including the Mishneh Torah,
          Shulkhan Arukh, and later responsa by Conservative and Orthodox
          authorities. It is more than a list of do's and don'ts: Each
          chapter discusses the philosophy, history and the reasons why
          these laws and customs came to be. This guide covers daily
          prayer, tallit and tzitzit, tefillin, weddings, births,
          adoption, divorce, bar and bat miztvahs, death and mourning,
          the High Holy Days, the Jewish festivals and fast days,
          Shabbat, keeping kosher, the laws of family purity, abortion
          and other topics.]
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   [She98]
          Shendelman, Sara; Davis, Avram. Traditions: The Complete Book
          of Prayers, Rituals, and Blessings for Every Jewish Home.
          Hyperion; 1998. Hardcover. ISBN 0-786863-81-1.
          [9][Buy at Amazon:
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          ish/] 
          
   [Tre80]
          Trepp, Leo. The Complete Book of Jewish Observance. New York:
          Berman House/Summit Books, 1980.

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