and Other Stories By Chaya Baila Weinfeld (288 Pages)Publisher: Judaica Press, 2003
From the courtyards of Constantinople to the farmlands of Poland and war-torn Europe, Jewish history has been a long and winding one. In the travels through the centuries, Jews have endured endless cruelty and suffered the ravages of pogroms and blood libels. The paths at times taking unexpected turns and dangerous detours, lives were often filled with uncertainty, still their commitment and unwavering devotion to their heritage helped them prevail. These authentic historical tales researched and revived by well known author C. B. Weinfeld are focused around the Jewish holidays and add a special touch year round.