Mrs. Eskin has here outlined an interesting ""project"" in religious education for Protestant children. In view of the terrible reality of anti-Semiti not only abroad, but its increase here in America, this particular project is most timely. Mrs. akin writes not simply on the basis of the modern theory of religious education, but one of her own practical experience as a religious educator. Here is a project that church school teachers may be sure will work, for it has been worked with significant results. She has outlined the procedure followed by a sympathetic study group in a church school, in cooperation with a Jewish congregation. The significance of the Jewish holidays, all the central traditions of Judaism, and the convictions of the modern Jewish teaching are presented as they apply to better understanding of our ""Jewish neighbors"".