The Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales in one Hebrew audio book.The Little Mermaid, The Princess on the Pea, The Snow Queen, The Flying Trunk, The Nightingale, The Brave Tin Soldier, and The Emperor's New Suit, The Shepherdess and the Chimney, Little Tiny or Thumbelina, Little Match Seller, Little Ida's Flowers, The Wild Swan and The Ugly Duckling.
Andersen's Fairy Tales includes astonishing music and sound effects.
In a decision to disengage from Gaza, the prime minister of Israel comes to the conclusion that there is no solution to the bloody Israeli - Palestinian conflict, except for the evacuation of Judea and Samaria and the establishment of a Palestinian state. When news of that comes, Gabrush, of the senior Yesha Council, feels his world has been destroyed. He knows that if carried out, the plan will end the dream of a Greater Israel and he will have to vacate the house he built himself in Maale Oranim.
As a baby, Peter Pan fell out of his carriage, and was taken by fairies to Never-Never Land.There he could fly, became the champion of the Lost Boys, and a friend to the fairy, Tinker Bell. Revisiting England, Peter becomes involved with Wendy Darling and her younger brothers, all of whom accompany Peter to Never-Never Land. Peter, the Lost Boys, and the children have many adventures, including vanquishing the pirate, Captain Hook.
Red Days is a true story about two love affairs that took place during the British Mandate in Palastine.
The two love affairs were tied together in a fascinating story, involving Shoshna, the daughter of the well-known Zionist leader Dov Bar Borochov and undercover police officer Tomas Vilkin; and Roni Berstein and Avraham ("Yair") Stern, the leader of the Lechi (Lochamei Herut Yisrael - Fighters for the freedom of Israel) underground organization.
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Hedva Rozen, a 15-year-old girl and her 19-year-old brother, both members of an ultra-Orthodox community in Bnei Barak, are involved in a sudden turn of events: a mysterious murder, a grave family secret, and an unexpected revelation about themselves. Little Sister (Ahot Ktana) is a novel whose core is the glimpse into the world of the "Haredi other."
The heroine of Everything Will Be Great Until the Bat-Mitzvah is now 15 years old. Her girlfriends have all scattered in different high schools, and now she’s facing a new beginning alone. The book accompanies Noga and her friends Ofir- Noga’s closest friend for many years - and Tal, a daughter to a single mother conceived from a sperm donation, which she’ll get to meet in high school. Together, they’ll have a thrilling year of adolescence with both physical and emotional changes.
A husband and wife, both successful academics, leave their careers and choose to live a simple life as a fisherman and a manual laborer. Gideon, a brilliant lawyer, chooses to work as a fisherman in the Eilat fish farms. Amiya, his wife, an accountant, giving up her honorable job, chooses to work in her parents' grocery store.
Bed and Breakfast (Zimmer Be-Givataim in Hebrew), Eshkol Nevo's first novel, includes five stories and one novella. The stories are different from one another but the same question can be found in each: What happens when we lose control and when reality forces us to swim outside the aquarium? The stories may seem like thrillers, but they actually say much about relationships and feelings.
Children's curiousity about the world around them is natural and expressed through questions addressed to adults. Through Matan’s questions, the young listener is exposed to the common questions of his or her peers. Each question is answered in verse, in language understandable to children, and each topic is accompanied by an adult-and-child proposed activity for the purpose of deepening understanding. This book deals with earth-related phenomena and the solar system.
Visualizing for Early Childhood is a collection of 12 tools for Guided Imagery, including rhyming songs for children by Sara Moneta.
With a smile and humor, Moneta introduces children and parents to preschool-level guided imagination. Wonderful songs guide us to use the tools available to us. Moments after our eyes close, we’ll be able to use those tools. The songs will help children deal with fears and anger, and other difficulties, including low self-esteem. A child who hears these songs will go on a "journey" without feeling that this is guided imagery.
At the age of 51, Chief of General Staff, Noam Einav, reached the pick of his military carrier, alone at the top, uncompromising, full with self confidence, arrogant and harsh. If a war broke, he must lead the IDF (Israel Defense Force) to victory. Suddenly everything goes wrong, nothing goes as expected, and a combination of personal and professional distress disrupt his life. Disaster follows disaster, love affairs crash down to pieces, and a critical decision ends in a tragic manner.
"Great Thriller but Lousy Narrator"
Sookie Stackhouse works as a waitress in a bar in Bon Temps, a small town in Northern Louisiana. She lives a quiet life without much in it apart from her family and her job. She doesn't date or have much of a social life, because most of the inhabitants of Bon Temps think she is crazy. Sookie is not crazy, but she is afflicted - or gifted, depending how you look at it - with the ability to read minds. Unable to stand the constant noise of other people's thoughts that she usually has to listen to, she has become fairly reclusive.
Gai Oni follows the first seven years of Gai Oni - a settlement in Galilee, precursor to the town of Rosh Pina - as seen by a pioneer woman.
Fania, a 16-year-old survivor of a pogram in the Ukraine, arrives in pre-state Israel with her old uncle, a deranged brother and an unwanted baby, the product of rape. On her arrival in Jaffa she meets Yehiel, a 26-year-old widower, father of two, one of the few courageous souls left in Gai Oni.
Tanina is a witch. Come and discover the wonderful and strange things that happen to Tanina! Here is a classic children's book by renowned children's author Nurit Zarchi, who has written more than 100 books and has won several Prime Minister's literary awards.
Vineyard In The Heart is a dramatic, fascinating and touching story about a family that decided to start over. Suddenly everything goes wrong. Crisis follows one another nearly brake down their dreams. Love and determination are their main method in their struggle to roll out the dream.
Captain Gadi Golan and Captain David Averbukh are two reserve fighter squadron helicopter pilots in two different bases of the IAF. Both men are high quality, impressive and charismatic, tall and handsome in the 27th year of their lives and did their service during the War of Attrition on the Suez Canal and fighting terrorists in Lebanon. Gadi and David do not know each other and have never met, but their paths, their identities, and their fates are about to intersect in a chain of breathtaking events.
Here is a unique love story, which reflects the gap between ethnic groups in Israeli society. Lihi is a blond business woman looking for lost love. Eden is a Yemenite singer, the king of the central bus station, and a single man.He offers her a ring, fatherhood, family, love and the whole world. She suspects that he uses her as his alibi. Please note: This title is in Hebrew.
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When Mark is about 11 years old, he is found by Harry - drunk, homeless, and wandering. Harry adopts the child, and together they build for themselves a perfect world. A world where nothing is missing. One day, however, Harry discovers that Mark is not who he thought he was, and the picture is completely reversed. Who is Mark? What is Mark?
At the "Shunra" school, the cats learn how to deal with life with appropriate way, to sing in the yowling choir and to catch mice and their tails. When Pushti's and Kishta's gang threaten the cat's peaceful lives, the cats gather together to defend their school. The Cats' School story offers us with the love story of Kishkush and Tula, Gingi, Adina, and Madam Titula.
In the story Curious Gil, the child is not afraid to ask questions, to look around and to find interest in anything and anywhere. The author of the story, Hemda Gila, is from Jerusalem, a mother for four, and a special education teacher.