UPSIDE DOWN COFFEE BY Kathryn Jacobi, Reviewed by Barbara Abraham This novel by Kathryn Jacobi will help readers from abroad and potential immigrants to learn about life in Israel as it really is - its challenges and hardships. The tale is told through the lives of four women who meet at a coffee house to exchange news and views.More...
Tania Elfersy established her own solopreneur publishing firm, Flower Cap Press, in order to publish her book Purple Leaves, Red Cherries: A Gift for Mothers with Short Stories, Journal & Toolkit. The book recently won two international book awards. Elfersy sets out her marketing plan for setting up her own e-book publishing company. Many professional people were involved in the process.More...
Revised and updated this 2012 edition of Wine Route of Israel has extensive new information and is beautifully laid out. Divided into geographical areas, about 100 of the 300 Israeli winemakers are described giving maps, contact details and descriptions about each one.More...
Do you want a more fulfilling and satisfying life? Batya Ludman, a clinical psychologist, who wrote a newspaper column has edited her articles into this book which is a very helpful guide to many life situations that we may face.More...
The article describes the survey of libraries in Israel that have books in English. It ranges from a number of small independent English only collections, to the public libraries in the larger towns with thousands of books in English.More...
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