Today is August 21, 2019 /
Our synagogue contains a wonderful library with a wealth of materials for adults and children alike. The topics range from the history of Israel to Jewish folktales and fairy tales to ethics and philosophy. There are many volumes of the Talmud available for study. The library is maintained by volunteer Fred Lerner. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to donate any Jewish books to the library, a form of tzedakah that is always appreciated here. Please do not drop off your unwanted books without checking with Fred first.
In addition to the main library upstairs, there is also a delightful children’s library on the lower level of the Roth Center. Everyone is welcome to read the books with their children or to play any of the games that belong to Kol Ha’Emek, the UVJC, including many educational Jewish and Hebrew games.
Members of Kol Ha’Emek, the UVJC, are welcome to check out books from the Koreman Library. Please visit to see everything that is available to foster Jewish learning for you and your children. For a searchable catalog of the Library, please go to the Searchable On-line Catalog.
He has also consulted and lectured on thesauri for bibliographical databases, indexing of science fiction literature, and the history of libraries.
He holds degrees in History and Library Science from Columbia University, where he received his doctorate. He recently retired from the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, where he produced the PILOTS Database, an online index to the worldwide psychotrauma literature.
Contact Fred by at Fred.Lerner@Dartmouth.edu.