Books by Lynne

Holy Breads – The Flavors of Faith

By Lynne Meredith Golodner
Read the Spirit Books, 2013
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Holy Breads is the first book in a new series, The Flavors of Faith, which will inspire and nourish readers with real-life stories and cross-cultural food traditions.



Stand Out From the Crowd

by Lynne Meredith Golodner
Read the Spirit Books, 2012
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The Your People Guide to Beside-the-Box, Funky, From-the-Heart DIY Marketing, PR & Social Media


Hide And Seek: Jewish Women and Hair Covering

by Lynne Meredith Schreiber
Urim Publishing, 2002
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The traditional Jewish community has long been silent on the very personal yet also public matter of married women covering their hair with hats, scarves, and even wigs. Hide and Seek is the first book to discuss this topic, and includes legal and sociological perspectives of this observance, citing relevant texts and rabbinic discourse, as well as the history, tradition, and customs of Jewish communities from around the world.

A Patient’s Guide to Understanding Cutaneous Lymphoma

Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation

A comprehensive guide for patients, caregivers and others affected by cutaneous lymphoma




Living Inside: The Poetry of Prayer

by Lynne Meredith Schreiber
Detroit, MI: Ridgeway Press/YMCA, 2003

A chapbook of poems based on daily prayer





Residential Architecture: Living Places

by Lynne Meredith Schreiber
Chicago, IL: The Ashley Group/Cahners Publications, 2002

A coffee table book profiling the work of residential architect Dominick Tringali.




In The Shadow Of the Tree: A Writing Workbook For Kids With Cancer

by Lynne Meredith Schreiber
Promise Publications, 2001
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Driving Off The Horizon

by Lynne Meredith Cohn
IM Press, 1996

Baltimore Jewish Times, July 1997
Lynne Cohn is still inspired while driving. But these days, having come of age, she now considers safety and pulls over to the side of the road to wax poetic

Chiron Review, April 1997
With HORIZON, Lynne Cohn has made a much-deserved foothold in the world of letters. The book also acts as a forecast of a force in poetry to be reckoned with in the future


Articles by Lynne