In August 2014, the Youth Department staff started participating in Reading Wildly, an initiative to help us broaden our reading horizons. This is both for our own benefit and to help us better serve our reading public. At first, we focused on a different genre each month. But, beginning in 2018, we revamped it to a Bingo-style card with 20 different reading challenges. This year, one of the squares encouraged us to read books with Jewish characters. Many of these titles focus on the Holocaust, but there are also a rising number that talk about the current experiences of Jewish youth in the United States. I thought today would be the perfect opportunity to share all of the great Jewish literature that has been published in 2020 since the Jewish holiday Hanukkah begins at sundown this evening, December 10, 2020.