Jack Cohen releases second book titled Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish

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Jack Cohen releases second book titled Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish

St. Charles, MO – October 23, 2017 – Jack Cohen, published author of She Is Not Related To Him: The Things Public Schools Don’t Teach, has released a second book titled Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish.

This 300+ page hardcover, high-quality book reinforces the mission of the Anti-Defamation League to teach about the Holocaust, and combat bigotry. In addition to Cohen, the book has 18 guest authors, including Michael T. Ross, Alison “MetalBabe” Cohen, Norma O’Bryan, Rabbi Smason, and Rabbi Steinger. It’s interesting that Cohen chose to have 18 guest authors because this number is spiritual in Judaism because according to the system of gematria, the letters of chai add up to 18.

This is the first time Cohen has ever written a fictional piece, Visions, which is included in the book. Visions is very creative, imaginative, and vividly descriptive.

Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish is currently available at the link below for $18.00 (plus shipping). If you would prefer to pay by check or money order, send $21.00 to Jack Cohen at P.O. Box 1335, St. Peters, MO 63376.

Order Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish: https://metalbabemayhem.com/product/proud-happy-and-thankful-to-be-jewish/
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Proud, Happy, and Thankful to be Jewish

About the Author:
Jack Cohen graduated Pepperdine University with a degree in Engineering Management, and Lindenwood College with a master’s degree in business. He taught troubleshooting of complex electronic systems to Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corp technicians making complex systems easy to understand. He taught classes throughout the United States, and in Japan, the Philippines, and Vietnam. The Marines in Vietnam made him an honorary Marine.

In 1986, he became one of the founders of a synagogue in St. Peters, Missouri where he volunteered as a teacher for years. He thoroughly enjoyed that experience… Not only teaching, but also learning as he prepared his weekly curriculums. He has now published books because of those curriculums and that preparation.

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