"This isn't a typical book about British Jewry....
A rare example of a book that's born out of frustration with the media and is also worthwhile."
Anshel Pfeffer, Haaretz
This book of portraits showcases some of the many different ways men and women can be Jewish in Britain today. Alongside the portraits, each subject explains what it means to them to be a Jew – a kind of ‘self-portrait’.
For those who don’t know what a Jew looks like – or for those who think they know – the book is designed to surprise, inform and beguile. For those who are Jewish, the book will perhaps introduce parts of the Jewish community that they may not be familiar with.