Hebrew Almost Became The Official Language Of The United States [“Day Trips to Jewish History” By Libi Astaire]

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Day Trips to Jewish History” is a collection of essays about lesser known people and places in Jewish history.

Who was the New World’s first Jewish author?  Why did some medieval money-changers cover their hair?  Which Jewish woman became queen of a North African people?  And what’s the truth about the story that claims Hebrew almost became the official language of the United States?

Join journalist and historical novelist Libi Astaire for a fascinating journey down some of the less-traveled roads of the past in her latest book, “Day Trips to Jewish History.”

Libi Astaire is also the author of the award-winning Ezra Melamed Mystery Series, a historical mystery series about Regency London’s Jewish community; Terra Incognita, a novel about Spanish villagers who discover they are descended from Jews who were forced to convert to Christianity during the Middle Ages; The Banished Heart, a novel about Shakespeare’s writing of The Merchant of Venice; and several volumes of  Chassidic  tales.

For information about these and future books, visit her website – click here.

Day Trips to Jewish History” by Libi Astaire  is available for iPhone,  iPod Touch,  iPad with free Amazon app (download app – here), get Amazon app for BlackBerry – here,  for Android – here and for PC – here

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 559 KB
Publisher: Aster Press (January 17, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
Price: $7.37 (Buy now)


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