October Post by our dear friend, Marie Galletta, in Adelaide, South Australia

Rabbi David Kopstein’s Book

Orders are now being taken for copies of Rabbi David Kopstein’s book entitled “The Rabbi Who Knew Too Much” which is to be published in early November in the USA. I can’t wait!

So Hurry, Hurry, Hurry! and put your orders in now! Each book will be personally inscribed by the author and we are negotiating a special price for a bulk shipping.

Rabbi David’s book is based on actual events and touches upon the issues of ethnicity vs. patriotism, socialism vs. capitalism, the demise of the kibbutz, our relationship with Israel, whether “to keep silent when we should have spoken out,” and other interesting topics.

Beaver’s Pond Press warn that most folks who read a rabbi's book expect to learn something they don't presently know. But be careful with this one! You may wind up like The Rabbi Who Knew Too Much.

On the back cover of the book are comments by Barry Morrow (Academy Award-winning screenwriter of Rain Man). “Actually, you can judge a book by its cover, particularly one with a title as whimsical and intriguing as The Rabbi Who Knew Too Much. While you’re at it, take a look inside. Jonathan Kadison has a remarkable tale to tell.”

{Marie is editor of the monthly Beit Shalom Magazine which goes to about 250 households in Adelaide}