Shalom baby / by Rikki Beadle-Blair.
- Beadle-Blair, Rikki [author]
- London : Oberon Books : Bloomsbury Publishing 2011
- In 1930s Berlin--an intriguing city of Jazz and overground cabaret overpowered by the rise of Hitler and World War II--the daughter of a Jewish family falls in love with their black shabbes goy (a term used for those who assist Jews on the Sabbath with tasks forbidden to Jews within Jewish law). Fast-forward to the tale of a mixed-race couple in seemingly unprejudiced modern-day Brooklyn, where the same family is coping with a number of calamities. Shalom Baby is a touching and very funny exploration of love, family and friendship.
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