The works on this list offer something for everyone, from the disillusioned Zionist to the banned-book fan to the lit-lover with a conscience
Anat Rosenberg is an editor at Haaretz English edition.
Required reading: Grossman's fiction often returns to the themes of childhood, grief and solitude, while his non-fiction shines a spotlight on the dilemmas of life in Israel
For all those who are ready to bury their heads in the sand for the next four years, perhaps a better plan of action is to bury your noses in a good read.
From 'Night' to 'Open Heart': A prolific writer of more than 60 works, Elie Wiesel returned time and again to the Holocaust and human suffering, God and the Jewish people.
Asufa, a Jaffa-based design store, has published a Hebrew-English Haggadah that will hopefully keep seder guests from talking politics at the table.
It's shameful that an Israeli lawmaker brought the ugliness of racism, all the talk of 'us' and 'them', back into the one place meant to be the safest space, a space of solidarity, for all.
Legend has it that when the ancient Greeks outlawed the study of Torah, Jews used spinning tops — popular gambling devices — to outsmart them.
Chairman of fund that donated $87.5m to build the Ein Karem building says it isn't related to the hospitals' plight.
The popular Israeli singer, often compared to soulful women crooners, is about to kick off a U.S.-Canada tour.
Looking for a handle-less handbag? Try these plastic, wooden or Dead Sea-inspired versions.