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Norman H. Finkelstein is a retired public school librarian. At Hebrew College he taught courses on children's literature and history for 38 years.  He holds graduate and undergraduate degrees from both Hebrew College and Boston University. Norman is the author of twenty-one highly acclaimed nonfiction books. He is the recipient of two National Jewish Book Awards and the Golden Kite Honor Book for Nonfiction. His books have received starred reviews in leading journals and newspapers and recognition from professional groups. 

Norman enjoys speaking about his books and writing and invites your inquiries. Feel free to email or write him. You can read more about him in Who's Who in America and in Contemporary Authors, both available at your library.


The Norman H. Finkelstein Papers are housed in the Northeast Children's Literature Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut.

Member: Authors Guild, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Biographers International and the Association of Jewish Libraries









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