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Whose Olives?

While grownups from two families argue over who owns the olives of the ancient tree that spreads over their yards, the neighboring children find a way to communicate and play.

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Who Licked the Ice Cream Cone?

In this amusing story by popular author Rania Zaghir, a witty girl wonders how best to devour her ice cream cone. She is presented with suggestions and input from imaginary animals – all too willing to help her out by eating a bit of the ice cream themselves. In the end, she learns that the best ...

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Sisi Clothpins Wears a Lamb and Two Caterpillars

This story introduces children to the clothes appropriate for different seasons in an unusual way: Smart Sisi plans and creates her clothes from materials in nature. She wears a lamb that becomes a cotton shirt, and two caterpillars that become a silk shawl, drawing children back to the natural ...

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Bear Feels Sick

When Bear gets sick, his animal friends take care of him. They cook soup, prepare tea and think of ways to cheer him up. A story about compassion and friendship.

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The Sunbird Sings

The bird who likes to sing moves among different animals, annoyed by his chirping until he meets a farmer who finds peace and rest in the bird’s song. The book touches on the issue of our need to share feelings with others, joyful and sad ones, and the reactions of others to this need.

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The Little Pickpocket

A little kangaroo, bored in his mother’s pouch, goes out to explore what people have in their pockets, leading him to exciting discoveries. The book deals with the need of children to learn and discover new places and things, with the reassurance that there is a safe place – home – to ...

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Morning Songs

A collection of simple and elegant poems that follow a child from the moment he wakes up until he goes to school. The short poems, built around repetitive sentences, similar to traditional children’s rhymes, introduce the young child to literary poetry in a beautiful holistic way that sees the ...

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Nafnouf

Nafnouf is the name that a girl who gives to a chair which she transforms into an imaginary pet dog. Who knows what she will transform it into next. A story about the power of imagination originally published in Hebrew as Ugbo by renowned children’s writer and illustrator Ora Eyal.

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My Grandma Doesn’t Hear Me

Grandma has a hearing problem, which leads to comical misunderstandings in conversations with her grandson. But there is one sentence she hears perfectly at the end: “Grandma, I love you.” This book plays on rhyming words in a warm and playful interaction between the two generations.

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Who Will Hang the Bell

Based on one of Aesop’s fables, this is the tale of mice who live happily in a house until a cat arrives. They decide to hang a bell on his neck but face the big question: Who will hang the bell? It’s one thing to decide on a matter but another to do it.

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