XII. Bibliography

A Time to Prepare , UAHC, Phila. PA
Freehof, Solomon Reform Jewish Practice , Ktav, New York, 1976, pp. 115- 183

Gates of Mitzvah:A Guide to the Jewish Life Cycle , CCAR, New York, 1979, pp. 45-64 (A Reform Jewish approach)

Greenberg, Sidney, A Treasury of Comfort , Wilshire Book Co., N. Hollywood, 1957

Grollman, Earl, Explaining Death to Children , Beacon Press, Boston, 1967; “How to Explain Death To Children” by Rabbi Earl A. Grollman and “Funeral Etiquette,” prepared and published by The Jewish Funeral Directors of America, Inc.

Lamm, Maurice, The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning , Jonathan David,
New York, 1969. (Orthodox, traditional approach)

Moffat, Mary Jane, ed. In the Midst of Winter: Selections from the Literature of Mourning , Vintage, New York, 1982

Riemer, Jack, ed., Hebrew Ethical Wills , Schocken Books, NY 1983

Riemer, Jack, ed., Jewish Reflections on Death , Schocken Books, New York, 1974.

Siegel and Strassfeld, et al , eds., The First Jewish Catalog , The Jewish Publication Society of America, Philadelphia, 1973, pp. 172-181.

Syme, Daniel, Jewish Mourning , UAHC Press, New York, 1988 (Reform)

Weintraub, Simcha, ed. Healing of Soul, Healing of Body , Jewish Lights, Woodstock, VT, 1994


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          1. Foreword
          2. Introduction
          3. Before Death Comes
          4. In Time Of Illness
          5. From The Time Of Death To The Funeral Service
          6. Making Funeral Arrangements
          7. The Funeral/Memorial Service And Burial/Interment
          8. After The Funeral And Interment
          9. Mourning Observances
          10. After Shiva
          11. Resources
          12. Bibliography
          13. Acknowledgements