The circus is full of surprises and illusions, and nothing is as it seems. And that's exactly what Roy discovers. He is invited to be a replacement for the clown, the magician, the acrobat, and the lion. Who Wants to Be an Acrobat? by Pnina Frenkel is for ages 3 to 7. The book, narrated by Pnina Frenkel, and Liron Avital, and was published by Modan. The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.
You can’t be a ballerina, forget it!... Travel the world on a broom. But Grandolina wanted so much to be a ballerina…. That’s how our story begins.... The Witch Grandolina Wants to Be a Ballerina, narrated by Pnina Frenkel and Liron Avital, was published by Yakinton. The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.
Little Women is the most famous book of Louisa May Alcott. The book was written and set in the Alcott family home, Orchard House, in Concord, Massachusetts. With their father away fighting in the Civil War, Joe, Meg, Beth and Amy grow up with their mother in somewhat reduced circumstances. They are a close family who inevitably has their squabbles and tragedies. But their bond holds even when, later, men friends start to become a part of the household.
Shira got a cat from her grandmother - one with a white fur and a fat belly. Her eyes are green like the grass, like the sea. Such a beautiful cat she has never seen.... Such a Cat, for ages 1 to 7, is a story about friendship between a cat and a girl, and is taken from the everyday life of young children and their relationships with animals.
Slander is a subversive and erotic story about a woman that crossed all red lines. She has a decent house, she has an academic husband, she has a beloved son, and yet she chooses to live on the street. "For the first time life is good for me." She says, "Since I was on the sidewalk I feel beautiful." Until recently, she was a literature teacher in high school. Then she met N., a sensitive student and handsome 17-year-old. She drifts into a forbidden and impossible relationship with him.
Amir takes a magical fantasy-world trip and discovers how using glasses can help him to see the world better and makes it more beautiful. The different meanings attached to colors, as Amir realizes that wearing glasses can help him to see the world differently, are addressed in this wonderful book by Limor Talmor, who uses humor in a text that will be embrace by both children and their parents.
What happens to a girl who has two grandmothers, comes from different countries, and brings customs, languages and cultures from different places? Each Granny pulls her to her side. But the cause that unites the two grandmothers and their granddaughter is the love they share. As a granddaughter, Shira gets all the special treatment one could wish, but she also wishes to be independent, with her own opinions and taste.
"If Mother hugging, Dad caressing and Gali kissing Shira brings gifts and books, Niv, without a word, immediately understand what he wants. So why, why, why does he cry?" What to Do When Lion Cries, by Pnina Frenkel, is for ages 3 to 6. The book, narrated by Pnina Frenkel and Liron Avital, was published by Miskal Yediot Acharonot and Astrolog. The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.
Once Niv the elephant wanted to be a lifeguard, but didn’t know how to begin. This is how our rhyming story starts. It's about a friendship and mutual assistance. Niv the Elephant Wants to Be a Lifeguard, by Pnina Frenkel, is for ages 3 to 6. The book was narrated by Pnina Frenkel and Liron Avital and was published by Yakinton. The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.
"One day, Niv the elephant got back from the kindergarten. 'Where is your coat?' asked his mother. 'Oh I forgot the coat,' said Niv the elephant. 'Where did you forget the coat?' asked his mother. 'I forgot where I forgot.'" Niv the Elephant Forgot His Coat, by Pnina Frenkel, is for ages 3 to 6.The book, narrated by Pnina Frenkel and Liron Avital, was published by Miskal Yediot Acharonot and Astrolog.The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.
"The world is our home," grandmother says to Gal. The Gal’s Magic for Nature story illustrates the need to protect the environment. The plot combines imagination and reality, and refers to the action necessary to cope with the changes that are affecting our world. The book, narrated by Pnina Frenkel, Liron Avital, and Shira Vanhaut, was published by Yakinton. The audiobook version was produced by SonicBooks.