||Twenty Things for Grandparents of Interfaith Grandchildren to do (And Not Do) to Nurture Jewish Identity in Their Grandchildren
by Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, Paul Golin
Family & Life: Traditions, Holidays, and Values
for Today's Parents and Children,
by Yosef I. Abramowitz, Susan Silverman.
This highly-accessible volume includes material
useful to parents in interfaith relationships.
Baby Names: Spiritual Choices from Judeo-Christian
by Anita Diamant. Jewish Lights, 1996.
Biblical overview of 630 names, with an emphasis
on names that are relatively common in American
from the publisher Jewish
Raise a Jewish Child: A Guide for Parents,
by Hayim Halevy Donin. Basic Books, 1991.
Provides information on raising Jewish children
for those familiar with the religion and newcomers
to the faith.
I'm Jewish and You're Christian, What Are the Kids?
A Parenting Guide for Interfaith Families,
by Andrea King, Alexander M. Schindler, Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, 1993.
A guide that offers practical advice and suggestions
covering all aspects of raising children in a Jewish-Christian
Roots: A Guide for Jewish Grandparents of Interfaith
by Susan Levin, Dahlia G. Schoenberg (Illustrator), Dahlia G. Schoenberg (Translator), 2003
A helpful guide for Jewish grandparents of children
in interfaith families.
God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual
Meaning of Your Child's Bar or Bat Mitzvah,
by Jeffrey K. Salkin.
A useful text on infusing the Bar Mitzvah ceremony
with greater spirituality, this book includes suggestions
on how to include non-Jewish parents in the event.
Differences? A Learning Resource for Jews and Christians,
Ed. by David F. Sandmel, Rosann M. Catalano, and
Christopher Magee Leighton. Westview Press, 2001.
Elucidates major aspects of the two faiths and discusses
where they differ.
to Interfaith Parenting (Barron's Parenting Keys
by Iris M. Yob, Barrons Educational Series, 1998.
A helpful guidebook to help parents adjust to the
challenges of raising children in an interfaith
Books: Hanukkah and Christmas at My House,
by Susan Enid Gertz.
A children's book for those who wish to teach their
children about the Jewish and Catholic religious
and historical dimensions of the holidays.
& Gram: My Two Grandmothers,
by Joan C. Hawxhurst, Jane K. Bynum (Illustrator),
Jane K. Bynun (Illustrator). Dovetail Publishing,
A children's book for those who wish to incorporate
the religious faiths of both Judaism and Christianity.
Never Went to Hebrew School,
by Mindy Avra Portnoy, Shelly O., Jacqueline Haas
A children's book that recounts a mother's conversion
from Christianity to Judaism.
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Children, Families, and Religion,
by Evelyn Kaye.
How Will You Raise the Children: A Guide to Interfaith
by Steven Carr Reuben.