How To Hunt a Bear

“How to Hunt a Bear” is a historical novel centered on World War II events. It follows a Jewish family from 1939, as Nazis enter their village, and is revealed from three perspectives. Eighty-seven-year-old Itzhak, a nursing home resident in Jerusalem, seeks to document his family story; young Itzhak (Ichu) is seven years old at the beginning of the war; and Maya, a family history genealogist.... Read More

It's just your imagination

“There is nothing more powerful than a mother’s love. Your mother will always love you, no matter what. Whatever you do, she’ll be right there by your side.” I’m sure you’ve heard expressions like these throughout your life. If this describes the mother you grew up with... Read More

Hope to See You Soon

Tel Aviv and Seattle. A woman who does the unthinkable. Two best friends living far apart, and how that separation shapes their lives. Is the grass really greener on the other side of the fence? Which comes first, family or country? And how far should we go to secure our happiness.. Read More

Daughters of Iraq

Daughters of Iraq” is the compelling story of three women from the same family. It is the story of emigration from Iraq to Israel in the early 1950’s as experienced by two sisters: Violet, whom we learn about through a diary she kept after being diagnosed with a critical illness... Read More