Picking Up the Shabbat Chulent From The Baker, p.210.
Yom Kippur Eve in front of the synagogue of Apt, p.54.
The Hunchback’s Wedding, p.274.
The Tombstone Carver, p.153.
Mr. Kirshenblatt has been traveling the world with his book and paintings. I first met him at the last Krakow Jewish Festival, explaining his mission to show future generations how the Jews lived in Poland “lest they learn more about how they died, than how they lived.” An exhibit of his paintings is planned for the Jewish Museum in N.Y. for 2009.
In The Sukkah, p. 244.
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