Berrin Family Book Festival Literary Friend Pass

Wed. Sep 9, 2020 at 1:00pm - Thu. May 13, 2021 at 2:00pm EDT
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Price: $180.00
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Price: $180.00
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Berrin Family Book Festival Literary Friend Pass

Enjoy being part of all the author events taking place during the 40th Annual Berrin Family Book Festival with the Literary Friend Pass for $180!  (Books not included)


Wednesday, September 9 · 1pm

Danielle Renov Peas, Love & Carrots High Holiday Live Cooking demo from Israel: Moroccan Matzah Ball Soup In conversation with Holly Firfer


Thursday, Sept 10 · 1pm

Stephanie Butnick, Liel Leibovitz, Mark Oppenheimer The Newish Jewish Encyclopedia: From Abraham to Zabar ‘s and Everything in Between


Friday, September 11 · 1pm

Fredrik Backman Anxious People In conversation with Holly Firfer


Monday, September 14 · 2pm

Ruth Ware One by One in conversation with David Baldacci


Thursday, October 6 · 8pm

Casey Cep Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee 


Thursday, October 8 · 7:30pm

Thane Rosenbaum Saving Free Speech...From Itself


Sunday, October 11 · 7:30pm

Jill Wine Banks The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President


Monday, October 12 · 7:30pm

Stories of Addiction · A Two Author Event

Cameron Douglas Long Way Home

Dan Peres As Needed for Pain: A Memoir of Addiction


Wednesday, October 14 · 1pm

Multi-generational Jewish Stories from Around the World A Two Author Event

Esther Amini Concealed: Mem­oir of a Jew­ish-Iran­ian Daugh­ter Caught Between the Chador and America

Jonathan Kaufman Last Kings of Shanghai


Thursday, October 15 · 8pm

Steve Madden The Cobbler: How I Disrupted an Industry, Fell from Grace, and Came Back Stronger Than Ever


Sunday, October 18 · 11am

Boys To Men · A Two Author Event

Michael Ian Black A Better Man: A (Mostly) Serious Letter to My Son

Cleo Stiller Modern Manhood


Sunday, October 18 · 4pm

Transgender Stories Through Mothers’ Eyes · A Two Author Event 

Jo Ivestor Once a Girl, Always a Boy A Family Memoir of a Transgender Journey

Mimi Lemay What Will I Become: A Mother, a Son, and a Journey of Transformation


Tuesday, October 20 · 12 - 4pm

Fiction Forum

Enjoy eight great authors in four hours that will speed by!


Jennifer Rosner The Yellow Bird Sings

Jan Eliasberg Hannah’s War

Max Gross The Lost Shtetl

David Hopen The Orchard

Leslie K. Barry Newark Minutemen: A True 1930’s Leg­end About a Box­er Who Tries to Save a Nation’s Soul With­out Los­ing

Linda Kass A Ritchie Boy: A Novel 

Meg Waite Clayton The Last Train to London: A Novel

Hallie Ephron Careful What You Wish For


Tuesday, October 20 · 7:30pm

Women in a Changing World · A Two Author Event

Erica Katz The Boys’ Club

Anna Solomon The Book of V


Friday, October 22 · 7:30pm

Ruth Behar, United States Holocaust Museum Keynote Speaker Letters from Cuba


Sunday, October 25 · 4:00pm

Ordinary People Change the World Family Event

Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopolos  I am Benjamin Franklin · I am Anne Frank


Sunday, October 25 · 8pm

Harlan Coben The Boy From the Woods



Tuesday, October 27 · 8pm

Nancy Grace Don’t be a Victim: Fighting Back Against America’s Crime Wave

In conversation with John Lemley, Sirius Radio Host


Sunday, November 8 · 1pm

Natan Sharansky and Gil Troy Never Alone


Sunday, November 8 · 8pm

Joan Lunden Why Did I Come Into This Room? A Candid Conversation About Aging


Monday, November 9 · 1pm

Esther Safran Foer I Want You to Know We’re Still Here: A Post Holocaust Memoir · in conversation with her son


Tuesday, November 10 · 1pm

The Enduring Human Spirit · A Two Author Event

Rachel Beanland Florence Adler Swims Forever

Kristin Harmel Book of Last Names


Tuesday, November 10 · 8pm

Dale Berra My Dad, Yogi Berra


Wednesday, November 11 · 3pm

John Grisham, A Time for Mercy


Thursday, November 12 · 1pm

Women at Work · A Two Author Event

Jennifer Steinhauer The Firsts: The Inside Story of the Women Reshaping Congress

Marlene Trestman The Fair Labor Lawyer: The Remarkable Life of Bessie Margolin


Thursday, November 12 · 8pm

Jim McCloskey and Philip Lerman When the Truth is All You Have


Saturday, November 14 · 8pm

Lawrence Wright The End of October


Sunday, November 15 · 3pm

Raffi Berg Red Sea Spies: The True Story of Mossad’s Fake Diving Resort


Thursday, December 10 · 1pm

Gavriel Savit The Way Back


Thursday, January 14 · 1pm

The Russian Connection · A Two Author Event

Charles Belfoure The Faberge SecretPerfect for readers of Neil Gaiman and Philip Pullman, a sweeping historical fantasy that follows two teens on a journey through the Far Country, a Jewish land of spirits and demons.

Alina Adams Nesting Dolls


Thursday, February 11 · 1pm

Jason B. Rosenthal My Wife Said You May Want to Marry Me: A Memoir


Thursday, March 11 · 1pm

Janice Kaplan The Genius of Women: From Overlooking to Changing the World


Thursday, April 11 · 4pm

Daniel E. Lewis Daniel Lewis A Life in Choreography and the Art of Dance in conversation with Jordan Levin


Thursday, May 13 · 1pm

Voices of Generations of Women · A Two Author Event

Dara Kurtz I Am My Mother’s Daughter: Wisdom on Life, Loss and Love

Bess Kalb Nobody Will Tell You This But Me: A true (as told to me) story







Reserve Tickets
Berrin Family Book Festival - Literary Friend Pass (books not included) + More Details $180.00
Venue Details
Map of Venue Location.
Alper JCC 11155 SW 112 Avenue
Miami, FL 33176