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Canadian Jewish Book Award winners announced

The winners of the 2010 Helen and Stan Vine Canadian Jewish Book Awards have been announced. Prizes will be awarded at a ceremony in Toronto on May 27. The winners are:

FICTION: Robin McGrath, The Winterhouse (Creative Book Publishing)

HISTORY: Allan Levine, Coming of Age: A History of the Jewish People of Manitoba (Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada and Heartland Associates)

HOLOCAUST LITERATURE: Michael R. Marrus, Some Measure of Justice: The Holocaust Era Restitution Campaign of the 1990s (University of Wisconsin Press)

YOUTH LITERATURE: Eva Wiseman, Puppet (Tundra Books)

BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR: David Sax, Save the Deli (McClelland & Stewart)

JEWISH THOUGHT AND CULTURE: Kenneth Sherman, What the Furies Bring (The Porcupine’s Quill)

SCHOLARSHIP ON A JEWISH SUBJECT: Jeffrey Veidlinger, Jewish Public Culture in the Late Russian Empire (Indiana University Press)

YIDDISH: Goldie Sigal, Stingy Buzi and King Solomon (Lomir Hofn Press)


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