Appeal to Publishers
To the Editor:
Since your articles and letters cover many Jewish problems, perhaps you can help in a most urgent need—books for Jewish children.
We have succeeded, here at the Park Synagogue Library in Cleveland, in increasing the circulation of juvenile Jewish books to the point where, last month, it was 750 books. We are, however, stymied by the fact that our children have already read everything on our shelves, which are fairly adequately stocked but without replenishment since no new juvenile Jewish books are being published. Like many other American boys and girls they want books with “action” subjects instead of sermons. We and other Jewish libraries need help.
Robert S. Copelin