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January 2011
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Congratulations to David Grossman, who has won the 2010 National Jewish Book Award in Fiction for To the End of the Land. And congratulations to Julie Orringer, who was honored as a finalist in the same category for The Invisible Bridge. Four other Random House authors were honored this year: Jules Feiffer, Backing Into Forward (Finalist: Biography, Autobiography, and Memoir), Judith Shulevitz, The Sabbath World (Finalist: Contemporary Jewish Life and Practice), Hillel Halkin, Yehuda Halevi (Winner: Sephardic Culture), and Jonathan Schneer, The Balfour Declaration (Winner: Writing Based on Archival Material). Please click here for the entire list of 2010 National Jewish Book Awards winners and finalists.

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