Suzanne Oshinsky

Suzanne Oshinsky received her B.A. in Asian and Middle Eastern cultures, with a focus in Hebrew literature and culture, from Barnard College. She is a free-lance writer and translator who tutors students in English, writing, and math at John Jay College, CUNY. Oshinsky has also taught Hebrew in Russia and Israel.

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In her dedication to her 1929 book, The Little Swiss Wood-Carver, Madeline Brandeis, children’s author and producer and director of travel films, sounded her unique multicultural note: “To every child of every land,/Little Sister, Little Brother,/As in this book your lives unfold,/May you learn to love each other.”

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Suzanne Oshinsky." (Viewed on September 22, 2019) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/oshinsky-suzanne>.

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