An Invitation: Book Talks - Authors Speaking about Their Books

  Wednesday, October 21


Nancy Richler, The Imposter Bride

Praised by The New York Times as “Beautifully written...a narrative that speaks astutely to the unspeakable losses inherent in the human condition....” Shortlisted for the 2012 Giller Prize; one of Globe and Mail’s Best Books of the Year.

Location: mid-town Toronto

  2016   Monday, January 18

Alison Pick, Between Gods

Described as “ unflinching, courageous memoir” (Quill & Quire) in which the author explores her family’s Jewish roots and her own depression. A CBC Best Book of 2014, “a quietly moving exploration on belonging and self-discovery.”

Location: mid-town Toronto

    Wednesday, May 11

Kathy Kacer, Restitution

Based on the true story of a Czech-Jewish family now living in Toronto. The book hovers “between memoir and fiction…while unfolding a spectacularly gut-wrenching detective yarn…” (Globe and Mail) as the family seeks to get back works of art stolen by the Nazis.

Location: York Region


All sessions are in private homes and begin at 7:30 pm


Series of Three Evenings - $90;  
Single Evening - $35 
Light refreshments/Kashruth observed

Registration: Contact Brenda Cooper
416-635-2883 ext 5135 |

Sent by United Jewish Appeal of Greater Toronto, a registered charity
Registration number: 119276723RR0001 | 4600 Bathurst Street, Toronto, Ontario M2R 3V2