This week’s Jewish parenting news you probably didn’t have time to read.
- Alice Walker refuses to authorize a Hebrew version of her classic novel “The Color Purple” to be published in Israel, in light of her pro-Palestinian leanings. In other Walker news, her daughter Rebecca shares what it was like growing up the daughter of a feminist leader (summary: not so great). (JTA/Daily Mail)
- Everyone knows a big part of parenting is letting go, but what happens when it comes all too soon? On Tablet, Evelyn Krieger talks about the hesitations she felt when her Orthodox daughter got married at age 20. (Tablet)