Books read in 2008

Mid-2008 I signed up for LibraryThing’s 75 books (to read in 2008) challenge. I kept track of my progress here. At the end out of the 76 books I read 43 were children books, so I feel I slightly cheated. But I wrote review of all except three books, here, in LibraryThing or on my library’s blog. Below is the full list. (The links lead to amazon.com’s page on the book.)

1 The Door into Summer by Robert A. Heinlein
2 Fire at the Triangle Factory by Holly Littlefield
3 The Gladiator by Harry Turtledove
4 Badge of Infamy by Lester del Rey
5 Cool Jew by Lisa Alcalay Klug
6 Crouching Father, Hidden Toddler: A Zen Guide for New Dads by C.W. Nevius
7 Ten Thousand Lovers by Edeet Ravel
8 Nobel Lecture by Isaac Bashevis Singer
9 Address Unknown by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
10 Memories of my life in a Polish village, 1930-1949 by Knobel Fluek
11 Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves by Cory Doctorow
12 In the Heart of the Seas by S. Y. Agnon
13 Maimonides by Sherwin B. Nuland
14 Count Your Way Through Israel by James Haskins
15 Joshua’s Dream: A Journey to the Land of Israel by Sheila F. Segal
16 The Real Messiah? A Jewish Response to Missionaries by Aryeh Kaplan
17 Learn Talmud by Jacob Neusner
18. (3) David and Goliath by Tomie dePaola
19. (4) Dreamer from the Village: The Story of Marc Chagall by Michelle Markel/Emily Lisker
20. (4) Tenth of Av by Kenneth Roseman
21. (4) The Golem: Mystical Tales from Ghetto and Prague by Chayim Bloch
22. (4) The Jewish Prophet: Visionary Words from Moses and Miriam to Henrietta Szold and A.J. Heschel by Michael Shire
23. (4) Miracles: A Jewish Perspective by Ronald H. Isaacs
24. (5) The World’s Birthday: A Rosh Hashanah Story by Barbara Diamond Goldin
25. (6) Yossef mokir shabbos by R. Keren
26. (7) The Children of Chelm by David A. Adler
27. (8) A Sound to Remember by Sonia Levitin
28. (9) Yussel’s Prayer: A Yom Kippur Story by Barbara Cohen
29. (10) Minnie’s Yom Kippur Birthday by Marilyn Singer
30. (11) First Fast by Barbara Cohen
31. (11) Those Who Save Us by Jenna Blum
32. (12) K’Tonton’s Sukkot Adventure by Sadie Rose Weilerstein
33. (13) Tikvah Means Hope by Patricia Polacco
34. (14) Night Lights: A Sukkot Story by Barbara Diamond Goldin
35. (15) Tamar’s Sukkah by Ellie Gellman
36. (16) Simhat Torah by Norma Simon
37. (16) Kiln people by David Brin
38. (16) Dreams from My Father by Barack Obama
39. (17) A Turn for Noah: A Hanukkah Story by Susan Remick Topek
40. (18) The Modi’in Motel: An Idol Tale for Chanukah by Deborah Uchill Miller
41. (19) Potato Pancakes All Around: A Hanukkah Tale by Marilyn Hirsh
42. (20) Eight Wild Nights: A Family Hanukkah Tale by Brian P. Cleary
43. (21) Northern Lights: A Hanukkah Story by Diana Cohen Conway
44. (22) Latkes and Applesauce: A Hanukkah Story by Fran Manushkin
45. (23) Moishe’s Miracle: A Hanukkah Story by Laura Krauss Melmed
46. (24) Nathan’s Hanukkah Bargain by Jacqueline Dembar Greene
47. (25) Jeremy’s Dreidel by Ellie Gellman
48. (26) Hanukkah at Valley Forge by Stephen Krensky
49. (27) The odd potato: A Chanukah story by Eileen Bluestone Sherman
50. (28) K’Tonton in the Circus by Sadie Rose Weilerstein
51. (28) World Made by Hand by James Howard Kunstler
52. (29) The Christmas Revolution by Barbara Cohen
53. (30) Davey’s Hanukkah Golem by David Gantz
54. (30) What God can do for you now by Robert Levine
55. (30) A Pigeon and a Boy by Meir Shalev
56. (30) The Adventures of Rabbi Harvey: A Graphic Novel of Jewish Wisdom And Wit in the Wild West by Steve Sheinkin
57. (30) Dark Cities Underground by Lisa Goldstein
58. (30) Dew Drops: Pearls of Wisdom by the Venerable Master Hua, Hsuan Hua; O. M.
59. (31) a szavak /24-36 hónapos korig by Lépésrol lépésre
60. (32) The Jar of Fools: Eight Hanukkah Stories from Chelm by Eric A. Kimmel
61. (33) Hanukkah! by Roni Schotter
62. (34) Laughing Latkes by M. B. Goffstein
63. (35) Hanukkah Lights, Hanukkah Nights by Leslie Kimmelman
64. (36) A Picture Book of Hanukkah by David A. Adler
65. (37) Just Enough Is Plenty: A Hanukkah Tale by Barbara Diamond Goldin
66. (38) Zalman’s menorah: A novel based on an old Chanukah folktale by Charles Wengrov
67. (39) Judah Who Always Said “No!” by Harriet K. Feder
68. (40) Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins by Eric A. Kimmel
69. (40) From Your Father’s House: Reflections for Modern Jewish Men by Kerry M. Olitzky
70. (40) Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 Classroom in a Book by Adobe Creative
71. (40) Education of a Kabbalist by Rav P. S. Berg
72. (40) A keringés by László Zoltán
73. (41) The Lump of Coal by Lemony Snicket
74. (42) The Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story by Lemony Snicket
75. (43) Halpagár gyerekversek by István Eörsi
76. (43) The Listeners by James Gunn

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