Noga is almost 12 years old, and she has everything: wonderful parents, a smart and supportive older sister, great friends surrounding her, grandparents and aunts and uncles - though more or less annoying, like most families. When a disease attacks Noga's older sister, the tests begin: the fears, the concerns, and a host of moods. The whole house is a mess, and Noga has to deal with her sister's "yetzura", as she calls the disease. Along with her friends, she copes with a disappointing love and first kiss, experiencing a wonderful yet sad world filled with all the emotions that a 12-year-old girl planning her bat-mitzvah has.
Everything Will Be Great Until the Bat-Mitzvah, written by Noa Rom, an Israeli journalist and editor, was originally published by Rimonim. The audiobook was published by SonicBooks.
Please note: this audiobook is in the Hebrew language.