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.

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Wine Route of Israel - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 165
 

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.

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Lifes Journey – Exploring Relationships, Resolving Conflicts. A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 164
 

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.

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English Libraries & Collections in Israel
Category: Literature
Issue No. 164
 

A new book by Diana Lerner is a fun read. Insight into life in Israel, anecdotes, personal recollections and colourful descriptions of people she knows are just some of the topics covered.

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Ageless in Tel Aviv -  A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 164
 

This book is an in-depth look at relationships, be it sibling, mother-child, friendship and the all important marriage relationship with ideas of improving and working on these complicated connections.

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How To Build Relationships That Stick - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 164
 

A harrowing event experienced by the family of a schizophrenic young man, David’s Story, is written by Jill Sadowsky, and reviewed here by Carol Novis. Ms. Sadowksy describes the feelings of grief, fear, guilt and bewilderment suffered by the family having to deal with this terrible disorder as they try to cure, and ultimately have to live with this complex mental illness.

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Davids Story - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 164
 

A treasure trove of knowledge, heritage and culture related to the Jewish people and the Land of Israel is now available online, in English. Pnina Moed Kass describes the unique collection of the National Library, at the Hebrew University in A Book by any other Name is still a Book. This is an international repository of books, maps, photos and musical selections, a testament to the incredible breadth of our heritage.

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THE NEW NATIONAL LIBRARY
Category: Literature
Issue No. 163
 

Family legends have the propensity to become myths, taking on a life of their own, becoming more colorful or more heroic over time. Eric Moss describes one such event that attained this status in his family in Daniel and the Knapsack: A Family Legend, and the subsequent story it inspired.

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Daniel and the Knapsack: A Family Legend - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 163
 

Gloria Deutsch describes Kay Wilson's very moving story in this booklet. Kay records in every agonizing detail the dreadful events of December 18, 2010 when she and her friend Kristine Luken were hiking in the forests near Jerusalem and were stalked and held captive by Arab terrorists. The book has no price and is probably not something you can buy in a bookshop, but can be ordered directly from Kay

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Where Happy Little Bluebirds Fly… A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 163
 

A review of a stunning art book, containing out of the ordinary artistic content and quality printing historically recording the history of mosaic art going back 40,000 years.

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Hebraic Mosaic - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 163
 
 
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