Levin Library

Levin Library
Religious School students browse through selections at the Levin Library.

Our Levin Library is an invaluable resource to our students, of all ages. Its holdings range from young adult fiction to Holocaust studies to a selection of DVDs on Jewish themes.

For family fun, we have board games, such as Apples to Apples Junior, Jewish Edition. Or, how about cooking a Jewish meal using one of our cookbooks located in our Family Living section. Jewish art projects are always good on a rainy day; we have several books with project ideas for kids.

If movies are more your style, check out: “Boy In The Stripped Pajamas,” “Schindler’s List,” and “Driving Miss Daisy” as well as many others. We also have two lecture series: “The Beginning of Judaism” and “The Old Testament,” all donated by Richard Rubenstein.

Jewish content novels are available, including: “The Red Tent,” “Call It Sleep,” and “Kaaterskill Falls.” You can also find books about the Holocaust and survivors, Jewish biographies, Jewish poetry, and many choices for children.

Members can check out books and DVDs on your own during Temple business hours.