ארכיונים: Books

One Day I’ll Find You by Udi Miron

One Day I’ll Find You

A surprising, witty, touching story about men and women, mothers and sons – and the secrets they keep from each other.

When Yoni’s mother disappears just days before his eighth birthday, she leaves many unanswered questions – and a distraught family of three trying desperately to cope with her loss. While his blue-collar father and older brother are more than willing to erase any mention of her, Yoni holds on to the belief that she will return one day. But as the years go by, his longing subsides… Until a chance encounter jump-starts a quest for closure decades in the making.

Following the last few leads left in his mother’s absence, Yoni embarks for Europe. As he immerses himself in the places his mother once inhabited, he encounters a colorful cast of characters whose lives intertwine with his own, leaving an indelible impact on his journey of self-realization.

One Day I’ll Find You delves into Yoni's emotional turmoil, illuminating the complex dynamics of family relationships, personal histories, and the haunting power of unanswered questions. What he finds changes everything he thought he knew about his mother, his family – and his place in the world.

Set against the vibrant backdrop of contemporary Europe, this thought-provoking novel explores themes of identity, loss, and self-discovery.

The Secret Jewish Village by Yaël König

The Secret Jewish Village

Italy, 1930. Amid the tranquil beauty of a half-forgotten mountain village, Donato Manduzio makes a critical discovery that shakes the foundation of his rural community of San Nicandro.


Scarred from his service during the Great War, Donato comes into possession of a book of Torah –scriptures of a culture none in San Nicandro had heard of. Believing Judaism has perished centuries ago, Donato converts, surprising the entirety of this completely Catholic village.

The Secret Jewish Village tells the story of Donato, penning his journey from illiteracy to enlightenment, but also of the whole of San Nicandro – a village seemingly frozen in time, until the arrival of war and faith force it to confront ostracism and change.

Under the shadow of World War II, the people of San Nicandro will never be the same.

Based on the true story of the convert congregation of San Nicandro, The Secret Jewish Village is a captivating tale of faith, transformation, and the unbreakable spirit of a community, perfect for fans of Angela Petch, Roberta Kagan, and Paradiso.

Words Apart by Lilac Sigan

Words Apart: A Novel

Perfect for fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Jojo Moyes, Words Apart is a beautiful and empowering drama about love and the life-changing gift of writing your own story.

Two months ago, Sheera Leitner’s greatest fear was that she would never be able to find a functioning relationship. As a single mom at forty, her career in the TV industry was her main source of stability in the world, even if it left her a little worse for wear. Two months ago, she was just a normal person, audaciously managing the rat race that is her life.

But two months ago, she met Michael.

As captivating as he is mysterious, Michael makes Sheera a tempting proposition – a chance to learn more about herself than she could ever imagine. Though hesitant at first, his sharp wit and surprisingly sensitive soul draw Sheera into a world of possibilities, entrancing and terrifying, which she journals in a private online inbox they agree to share. Letter by letter, word by word, Sheera narrates their transformative journey together. She enters a world where ordinary choices have extraordinary meaning, where past secrets become hidden strengths, and desires can manifest in the most unexpected ways. But as her old world finally clashes with her new life with Michael, Sheera is forced to confront everything she thought she knew – about herself, about Michael, and the power of words.

“A story of love after forty – not only a love story, but one that provides life-changing insights.” —Ynet ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

This book swept me away… It takes the reader to profound places. Reading it was like a journey through regions that are painfully familiar, yet completely foreign, frightening and seducing at the same time.” —Sarit Flein ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“I identified with so many things, fell in love with so many paragraphs, especially with the ones about the power of words and beliefs and the storytelling. I was drawn in and couldn’t put it down. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.” – Bloggeristit

“Fascinating and full of insights… A pure delight.” – book reviewer ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Amazing book! I felt like I was listening to the author’s inner thoughts in a natural way… Fluid and very easy to listen to while I was walking and working out.” —nvinitzky ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“This book managed to awaken so many dormant places in me. I had to bookmark a ton of insights so that I wouldn’t forget… It’s perfect.” —Tami ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Pandemic Psychology by Varda Silberberg
  • Author: דר' ורדה סילברברג
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: uncategorized

Pandemic Psychology

Optimism, flexibility, and self-compassion – learn how the COVID pandemic prepared us for the next global crisis, one lesson at a time.

The 2019 COVID pandemic brought with it various challenges, most of which we will continue to feel years after the last COVID-19 patient leaves their hospital bed: personal, financial, social, and economic crises that took years to overcome. But can we turn those challenges into opportunities? Can we take what we experienced during COVID and somehow turn our past failures into future successes? Can yesterday’s health crisis help us overcome the global crisis of tomorrow?

In Pandemic Psychology, Dr. Varda Silberberg joins other experts and therapists in analyzing the personal and professional implications of COVID on the counseling and therapy world. With every chapter, Silberberg and her peers examine various psychological aspects that were fundamentally changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, they extract the critical lessons both patients and professionals can implement today, such as:

  • Adopting technology to overcome social distancing
  • Creating and using hope as a driving force for personal success
  • Mourning and bereavement in times of isolation
  • Regaining control in the face of chaos and uncertainty
  • Finding ways to conquer uncertainty, anxiety, loneliness, and frustration

With various techniques and insights into the mental states of patients, consultants, and therapists, Pandemic Psychology prepares us for the potential complexities of the next global crisis through hope, positivity, care, creativity, and compassion – both for ourselves and those around us.

A Soldier and a Poet by Avraham Yair Stern

A Soldier and a Poet

“Soldiers without names or uniforms are we, surrounded by terror and death.

For the rest of our lives we are enlistees, discharged from the ranks with our last breath.”

Out of the turmoil of the battlefield rises a brave young voice of human reflection from decades past.

Avraham “Yair” Stern was the epitome of a poet. He was a young man who had seen so much, fought for his country and people, and endured grief while always holding fast to hope.

Stern’s poems, inspired and imbued by his experience as a young revolutionary leader in the years leading up to the establishment of the State of Israel, tell an eloquent and emotional story of passion and insight. Relatable and unapologetically human, he lays out his experiences of love, faith, companionship, loyalty, and self-discovery in dozens of works of elegant prose that remain hauntingly relevant today.

Wild Ideas by Yael Helfman Cohen

Wild Ideas

From high-speed kingfisher trains to self-cleaning lotus buildings, discover how nature drives the incredible engine of contemporary innovation.

Do the solutions to our most urgent problems lie just outside our front door? The past few decades have seen the rise of a new wave of Biomimicry: scientists and engineers looking to the natural world for answers to a plethora of modern global challenges. Through observation and discovery, nature became an untapped reservoir of solutions and inventions.

In Wild Ideas, biomimicry expert Yael Helfman Cohen combines over fifteen years of professional knowledge and environmental insights to outline nature’s true innovative potential. Alongside advanced tools, methodologies, and the fascinating research behind them, Wild Ideas provides a captivating look into biomimicry’s revolutionary impact on our world: How mimicking the structure of sharkskin helped fight bacteria in hospitals; how termites inspired a new form of sustainable buildings; how a desert beetle inspired new technology for water harvesting; and much, much more.


A must-read for anyone interested in the future of our world, Wild Ideas is a surprisingly accessible invitation to follow in the footsteps of innovators such as Leonardo Da Vinci and the Wright brothers, and to rediscover nature – “the source of all true knowledge” – with fresh eyes.

The Lioness Den by A.M. Elia

The Lioness Den

A year after she was nearly killed by a terrorist group over her job at Genesis Biotech, Revital Shilon can once again breathe without feeling danger creeping behind her. Getting caught by 'The Viper' and being used as a bargaining chip in his machinations shook her to the very core. However, it also taught her one lesson she will never forget: If you plan to step into the lion’s den, you better come prepared.

On their anniversary, Jonathan Moore is in New York, tangled up in a kidnapping gone wrong. When the daughter of his close family friends is abducted by the Italian mob, Jonathan once again sets out on a daring rescue mission. Together with his friend and NYPD detective Vanessa Sheffer, Jonathan enters a bloody conflict between seven of Italy’s ruthless crime families.

Once again, Jonathan Moore and Revital Shilon find themselves in the thick of a dangerous international game of passion, greed, and vengeance, with a new and ambitious villain who will stop at nothing to see them both captured. With death looming around every corner of Tuscany, Revital and Johnathan will discover whether they are the hunters… or the hunted.

Putinburg by Polina Hasin


Crime. Corruption. Murder. Betrayal. The 2022 invasion of Ukraine might have caught most of the world by surprise – but not those familiar with President Vladimir Putin’s gangster state and its inner workings. From stealing national resources to implementing a mafia-style hierarchy within the Kremlin, both Putin’s rise and Russia’s downfall can be traced back to a single point of origin: the city of Saint Petersburg.

In Putinburg, acclaimed St. Petersburg journalist Dmitriy Zapolsky gives a hair-raising account of the infamous Russian leader’s rise to power and the impossible, gaudy cast of characters responsible for turning contemporary Russia into a new imperial monster.

With his dynamic and realistic style, Zapolsky paints a riveting portrait of St. Petersburg in the late 90s and early 2000s. Through his intimate knowledge and access to the people closest to the soon-to-be-president, Zapolsky reveals how, over the span of that single decade, Putin and his allies—dubbed “The St. Petersburg guys”—took over Russia’s national resources, implemented a mafiaesque government, suppressed their opposition, and began exerting their influence both domestically and abroad. The result is a chilling insider’s exposé of Russia’s transformation during the Putin regime’s formative years of corruption and violence.

More than a gonzo documentary, more than a thrilling political story—Putinburg is an authoritative, damning document made all the more relevant in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is a story of true journalism, insight, and a cautionary tale from one of the last brave Russian journalists.

The Soul of Water by Maet Yael Or
  • Author: יעל אור
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The Soul of Water

A World of Demons.

In the depths of the underworld, demons are toiling on a sinister plan that will help demonkind take over planet Earth. With the guidance of Hell’s chief engineer, Lucifer oversees the gathering and deconstruction of souls. By manipulating and corrupting the DNA of the soul, the demons draw ever closer to their conquest.

Two brave souls.

After narrowly escaping Hell’s secret laboratory, a pair of long-lost friends come into possession of vials of the interchangeable DNA. On their way back home, a run-in with a young and mischievous demon forces them to change their course towards Earth, where the Soul of Water resides – and where the corrupting solution can be cleansed.

An unexpected discovery.

From the moment she started her investigation, Tchelet knew she had her hands on the biggest scoop of her career. A piece so powerful, it will be enough to finally launch her career as a serious journalist. But as she traces the threads of her investigation, following strange beings and secret underground lairs, the more her story begins to unfold: a story of corruption and mystery, renegade demons and interdimensional saviors. And a final battle for the fate of humanity – and the very Soul of Water.

Wealthily Ever After by Sarit Amitay
  • Author: שרית אמיתי
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Wealthily Ever After

Reduce conflicts and secure your romantic future by confronting one of the most challenging obstacles in your relationship.

Why do we have such a hard time talking about money? What makes money one of the three major causes of divorce in the modern world? How can we transform our relationships with each other by getting in bed with Mr. Dollar?

These are the driving questions at the core of Wealthily Ever After – a hands-on, eye-level guide on how to effectively (and affectionately) talk about money with your significant other.

From tackling the roots of our conflicts with money to establishing strong financial intimacy, every chapter in Sarit Amitay’s Wealthily Ever After supplies practical, affirming tools for building healthier and stronger relationships.

Based on Amitay’s nationally acclaimed Financial Therapy method, this book will help you gain a comprehensive understanding of money’s place in your relationship, as well as:

  • Remedying past traumas surrounding wealth and money management.
  • Getting comfortable with having money talks with family and loved ones.
  • Learning the core practices and principles that prevent conflicts and improve financial and social habits.
  • Practice financial partnerships and communication skills.

Whether you’re in a committed relationship or a budding new romance, learning how to communicate openly and securely about financial matters and moving forward together is the key component in making sure you live wealthily – and happily – ever after.

Femicide by Arnon Edelstein


A deep dive into the true scale, causes, and potential solutions for women’s murders.

Intimate partner homicide. Wife killing. Domestic murder. No matter what we call it, Femicide is a global phenomenon that transcends nations and languages. Yet unlike other forms of violence, femicide occurs not among strangers – but between two intimately familiar partners, who often spent years sharing their lives, building a home, and raising a family.

In Femicide, renowned criminologist and sociology expert Arnon Edelstein breaks down the social and psychological aspects of intimate partner homicide. The culmination of years of research, Edelstein’s thorough analyses offer new theories on the triggers, motives, and psychological profiles of men convicted of femicide.

While challenging traditional methods and pathologies, Edelstein provides groundbreaking insights into the cultural and sociological theories behind a global epidemic of violence.

Secrets from the Holy Quran by Dr. Hammad Tarabeih

Secrets From the Holy Quran

A perfect Ramadan read.


“Tremendous, honest, and valuable research, shedding light on matters that have puzzled scholars since the revelation of the Quran.”

What is the purpose of the disjointed letters in the fourteen Surah openings? Did the Quran predict the Big Bang theory a thousand years before its proposal? What was the true identity of Dhul-Qarnayn, and what was the location of the dam of Gog and Magog?

In Secrets From the Holy Quran, author and scholar Dr. Hammad Tarabeih draws on spiritual secrets from the Quran and contemporary scientific discoveries to decode and interpret questions that have puzzled researchers for generations. From reviewing scientific miracles depicted in the Quran to a thorough analysis of the stories of the Prophets, Dr. Tarabeih gives a steadfast and modern commentary that will reignite your curiosity as well as your faith.

Secrets From the Holy Quran is a must-read for anyone who wishes to explore and deepen their understanding of Islam and embark on an intellectual and spiritual journey toward the truth behind the last great secrets of the Quran.

How NOT to Think About Money by Karel Glazer
  • Author: קארל ג' גלזר
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

How NOT to Think About Money

Go from net worth to self-worth!


More than a currency for goods and services, money intricately influences how we live our lives—shaping everything from our relationships and aspirations to our very identity. Preconceptions about money and finances run deep, often passed down subconsciously from generation to generation.

In How NOT to Think About Money, Karel J. Glazer offers a new perspective on mastering your financial mindset to allow prosperity and abundance into your life. Through unique and innovative tools and practices, Glazer dispels the many myths and misconceptions that were rigorously ingrained into us, myths that dictate how we think—but ought not—about wealth: the misguided connection between your self-worth and your bank account, the taboos surrounding financial conversation, and the hidden truths behind the creation of wealth today.

How NOT to Think About Money is an invigorating guide, a one-of-a-kind passport to a transformative experience of financial awakening full of actionable, long-spanning strategies. Whether you are looking for a way to enhance your financial prospects or to break free from the chains of financial stress, Glazer offers an enlightening deep dive that will pave your path to financial freedom.

Britain’s Secret Crusade by Ezra Nishry

Britain’s Secret Crusade

A revolutionary investigation into Britain’s hidden imperialistic agendas, after the Labour government’s decision to evacuate India and its discreet involvement in creating the long-lasting conflict in the Middle East.

The 1948 Arab-Israeli War was a political turning point that changed the face of the Middle East. It influenced local regimes and catalyzed numerous geopolitical issues still very much alive today, all stemming from one point: the end of its Mandate for Palestine.

In Britain’s Secret Crusade, Dr. Ezra Nishry sheds light on the fascinating chain of events that took place prior to, during, and following the Arab-Israeli War. By reconstructing Britain’s strategies, both militaristic and diplomatic, Nishry challenges the historical paradigm rooted in our understanding of the conflict, revealing the colonialist interests and imperialistic agendas behind Britain’s involvement in the Middle East. With previously sealed documents and records, Nishry shows how Britain instigated the Arab armies’ invasion of Palestine; why there are conflicting historical studies about Britain’s involvement in the war; and how its attempts to influence the outcome of the war ultimately led to the end of its hegemony over the Middle East.

Full of original, uncompromising analysis, Nishry paints for the first time a clear picture of Britain’s goals and actions surrounding Palestine, how it affected the geopolitical climate in the Middle East, and how Israel, a small, newly formed country fighting for its own survival, brought an end to the dream of a new British Empire.

Dor or Die by Matan Nistor
  • Author: מתן ניסטור
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Do or Die: Transform Your Survival Instinct Into a Winner’s Mindset

From the bestselling decision-making guru comes the transformative guide on how to take critical action when failure is not an option.

Here is one inalienable truth in life that nobody seems to want to share with you: Eventually, everyone is going to die. That includes you. But that truth is vastly overrated; it’s not that we will die, or even how we die, that matters, but how we choose to live. Not many can decide how they will leave this world. But, we can all choose how we spend our time living in it. Why not choose what makes you happy, or satisfied, or even, heaven forbid, extraordinary?

What is stopping you from reaching your goals?

Do or Die is a wake-up call for an entire generation trapped in placidity, crippling anxiety, and inaction. Backed by a methodical system that has already encouraged thousands to get up and find their true potential, Do or Die makes the case that our success can only stem from our ability to disregard our primal survival instincts—designed to keep us from harm, failure, and, of course, death. Through well-crafted research, it provides you with the necessary tools to take action and control back from those who’d rather see you fail safely than succeed spectacularly. That means you, too.

If you want to:

  • Understand how your mind functions
  • Learn how to set and truly commit to the right goals
  • Enhance your social environment
  • Change your habits
  • Manage your time and your skills better

… then Do or Die is your real-talk, no-bullshit way of reevaluating your life, rebuilding your confidence, and becoming the best version of yourself. A version that does the work instead of simply dying.

The Sexperiment By Giora Barak
  • Author: גיורא ברק
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Sexperiment: An Explicit Age Gap Romance Novel

He’s cold, calculated, and tough as nails. And he just met his match.


It’s been years since I had to go job-hunting. That’s one advantage of a career in the military – you learn to make do. Take what you need. To stay satisfied. I scoured the internet, but nothing seemed to whet my appetite for thrills. Not until I saw her ad:

“Wanted: test subjects. 35-50. Healthy. Male. Leave your contact info below.”

What did I have to lose?

That’s when I met her. Nadia. Sensual lips on a tall body wrapped in a lab coat.

She claims she wants to know what makes men tick… But I’m not going to let that distract me. I know what I want. And I know how to take what I need.

Looks like this experiment is going to satisfy me, after all.

The Lost Orphan Boy by Benny Edvy

The Lost Orphan Boy

To save his life, they sent him away from everything he ever knew.

Following their father’s unexpected death, four-year-old Joseph and his brothers face the terrible fate reserved for Jewish orphans in Yemen: the Orphans’ Decree. To save them from being forcefully converted to Islam, their young mother, Luluah, decides to send them away to the port city of Aden, where their uncle awaits to smuggle them out of the country and into the Promised Land.

Under the cover of darkness, five small figures leave their home in the nameless Yemenite village, never to return. The journey to the city of Aden is perilous, and when young Joseph falls deathly ill on the road, the brothers face an impossible choice: do they leave Joseph behind in a foreign city, or do they take him with them—and seal his fate?

An unforgettable coming-of-age novel based on a true story, The Lost Orphan Boy is an intimate portrayal of life in rural Yemen, the power of family bonds, the sweet promise of freedom, and the steep price one must pay for it.

Speaking for Success by Ofer Reshef
  • Author: עופר רשף
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Speaking for Success

Learn to conquer anxiety, sway any audience, and get results like the best public speakers in the world.

Why do we feel anxious whenever we are called to give a talk or presentation at work?

What makes some people exceptional speakers we want to listen to, while others have trouble maintaining even a semblance of our attention?

What makes people lead, follow, or stand in our way?

The answer? The difference between those who have mastered the art of presentation and those who have not.


An effective presentation is a critical component of success. It empowers the speaker and rallies the audience to their cause. It makes good messages great and great messages inspiring.

You don’t need to be a natural-born storyteller who instantly wins every argument or even talks like a TED speaker. These skills can be learned. In Speaking for Success, expert public speaking coach Ofer Reshef, who has already inspired tens of thousands of public speakers to succeed in business and leadership, shows you how.

From experts to novices, this book is a must-read for anyone who engages with others, forms connections, or conveys ideas in their daily lives. In Speaking for Success, you will discover how to:

  • Face your fears of speaking up
  • Build an effective presentation specifically for your cause
  • Effortlessly inspire audiences
  • Build and maintain attention
  • Tell your unique story
  • Form powerful openings and conclusions
  • Work on building excellent body language
  • Know when and where to use visual aids
  • Deal with disruption, distraction, and negate resistance
  • Unlock the number one secret for video presentation
  • And much more

Whether you are facing your co-workers and boss at a quarterly meeting or a daunting public debate, at work or at home, Speaking for Success will hone your skills to make you a charismatic, confident, and compelling presenter.

Great Stories About the Greatest Minds by Shlomo Yaackoboitch

Great Stories About the Greatest Minds

Who was the first to suggest there might be life beyond Earth? Which great mind began his career as a mercenary? And why was the Catholic Church the greatest enemy of the philosophers of old?

Perfect for the perpetually curious, this book is a treasure trove of history, knowledge, and wisdom. Get to know more than 80 of humanity’s greatest minds, from ancient Greek philosophers like Socrates and Aristotle to modern-day thinkers like Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir.

Brimming with fascinating anecdotes, obscure facts, and captivating history, Great Stories About the Greatest Minds is sure to capture your imagination and ensure that you never again struggle to think of smart things to say! Bite-sized segments and simple language make it an enjoyable and enlightening read.

An excellent gift for the trivia buff in your life.

Weapons of Mass Deterrence by Dan Sagir

Weapons of Mass Deterrence

"What we need is deterrence, not victory in war." — David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister.

Since its inception, the State of Israel has had to confront the issue of its very survival in the region. It was this concern that led Ben-Gurion to pursue a project that eventually became the “Dimona” nuclear project – an “open secret” that later turned Israel into a de facto nuclear state in the Middle East. Paradoxically, the best weapon Israel has in its arsenal is the one it has never openly acknowledged.

But how does Israel’s opaque nuclear deterrence work? How has Israel’s hidden power affected the decision-making of seemingly unrestrained Arab state leaders like Saddam Hussein and the Ayatollah regime in Iran? And what will Israel’s strategy become in the face of the potential loss of its nuclear monopoly?

The first book of its kind, Weapons of Mass Deterrence reveals how Israel’s undeclared nuclear capabilities became an integral part of its general strategy to survive in the Middle East. Veteran Israeli journalist Dan Sagir puts together an eye-opening and captivating account of the Israeli nuclear dimension of the conflict, peering into the state of mind of both its leaders and its enemies. Sagir expertly navigates the complicated timeline of the Dimona project’s impact, including the vocal opposition and cautious support it garnered, the international prices Israel had to pay, and the security it seemingly provided.

With excerpts from the “Saddam Hussein Records” and hundreds of files, interviews, articles, and sources, Weapons of Mass Deterrence exposes the real secret behind the most speculated topic in international politics. Sagir’s intimate knowledge and years of meticulous research are distilled into a gripping, never-seen-before document chronicling the project that shaped the face of the State of Israel, the Middle East, and the global political landscape.

On The Edge by Aviram Barkai

On the Edge: The Incredible Story of the 188th Armored Brigade and the Greatest Tank Battle Ever Waged

On Saturday, October 6, 1973, a few minutes before 14:00, the Syrian army attacked the Golan Heights unprovoked and with full force, marking the beginning of the infamous Yom Kippur War. In the first crucial hours of combat, only one group of soldiers and their tanks stood between the Syrians and the Sea of Galilee: the 188th Armored Brigade.

Divided and outnumbered eight to one, the young soldiers of the 188th were given orders to halt the enemy’s advance for 48 hours until the arrival of reserve units. They assumed control of the brigade after losing their commanding officers in the first hours of battle. They held back an unprecedented ratio of enemy forces in what became a world-famous armored battle of defense. They turned the tide of the war, storming deep into enemy territory.

And they did it in just two days.

On the Edge tells the unbelievable story of the legendary 188th Armored Brigade and the heroic actions of its fighters: the drivers, loaders, gunners, and commanders. With chilling, exhilarating testimonials from the brigade’s surviving soldiers, it dissipates the fog of war from the first 48 hours on the Golan front, shedding light on the individual crews and soldiers who gave their lives as the anvil on which the waves of Syrian attacks were shattered.

The Respectful Classroom by Avi Shahaf
  • Author: אבי שחף
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Respectful Classroom

Out of all the metrics evaluated by our modern education system, the one most impactful to the future success and well-being of students and educators—is dignity. The classroom is defined by it: students, teachers, counselors, and educators are all bound by their respect—or lack thereof—for one another. At a time when harassment, fear, and mistrust are abundant, displays of mutual respect and dignity between teacher and student are the key to empowering both groups and unlocking the full potential of their relationship.

Organizational consultant Avi Shahaf spent over thirty years helping school systems develop their own sense of dignity within their hallways. In The Respectful Classroom, Shahaf’s findings are distilled into a captivating professional discussion on the importance of dignity in the education system, and what educators can do to evolve their classrooms into a more respectful space for both students and teachers. From the development of cultural awareness to endorsing mutually respectful dialogues that encourage collaboration and reject prejudice, The Respectful Classroom urges readers from all facets of the education system to think about what type of education experience they want to look back on: would it be a place of mutual respect where every student—and teacher—is appreciated? Or of humiliation and oppression from an increasingly obtuse institute?

Interesting Stories About Remarkable People by Yaniv Magal

Interesting Stories About Remarkable People

Which insect cost Charles Darwin his marriage? Who nominated Adolf Hitler for a Nobel Peace Prize? And which beloved White House pet single-handedly saved an American president’s career?

The silly, amusing, unbelievable, and astounding come together in this colorful collection of stories about exceptional people spanning centuries of history around the world. From scientists, athletes, and artists to strategists, spies, and world leaders, Interesting Stories About Remarkable People brings history to life as you’ve never heard it told before.

Dive into the complicated politics, delicious conspiracies, and torrid affairs of the past in bite-sized segments that will enrich your mind and tickle your imagination.

These are just some of the interesting people you will meet inside:

  • Napoleon Bonaparte
  • Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Marie Antoinette
  • Muhammad Ali
  • Marie Curie
  • Nikola Tesla
  • Nelson Mandela
  • And many, many more…

Whether you’re a history enthusiast or simply curious about the lives that have left a mark on humanity, settle in for a spellbinding journey through the corridors of time.

Respectful Parent by Lilach Binyamini-Koresh

Respectful Parent – Thriving Child

A healthy relationship with your kids starts with respect.

Children have always been expected and encouraged to respect their parents. But are parents always mindful enough to give them the respect they deserve?

When we create a firm, mutually respectful, unwaveringly accepting bond with our children as they grow up, we afford them the support and self-confidence they need to grow into people we can truly be proud of.

Drawing on the highly acclaimed Focusing approach developed by Eugene Gendlin, combining core philosophies with practical tools and applications, Respectful Parenting is the revolutionary yet simple path to raising well-adjusted, happy, confident adults.

Lilach Benjaminy Coorsh’s own rich experience counseling parents and children in her private clinic inspired her to develop a unique method for successful and rewarding parenting. She accumulates her knowledge to teach therapists, counselors, and parents everywhere how to integrate Focusing into their daily lives to ultimately become a respectful parent – who raises children who thrive.

The Heart of the Desert by Avi Friede

The Heart of the Desert

A magical exploration of love, parenthood, and devotion following the story of a fractured family desperately trying to reconnect in the heart of the Arabian Desert.

Aviam Edelman is a man reshaped by circumstance. After years of unemployment and discontent turn him sullen and volatile, he seizes an unexpected opportunity for a fresh start: traveling the world with his wife and their autistic fourteen-year-old son.

Hoping for a future that transcends the fractures in their family, Devorah follows her husband all the way to the Amirite desert. Their son, Dor, who hasn’t spoken a word since the day he was born, is caught between his mother’s overbearing care and his distancing relationship with his insecure father.

In the vast expanse of Abu Dhabi, the Edelmans find an unexpected companion and an even more surprising closeness to each other. But even as passions rekindle amid the ancient dunes, so do the tensions within when Aviam and Devorah's newfound love conflicts with their very different approach to their son. Embarking on an uncertain odyssey of revelation and rediscovery, Aviam, Deborah, and Dor face the foreign and the mysterious as they journey through the heart of the desert.

The Cyber Safe Child by Netzer Shohet
  • Author: נצר שוחט
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Cyber-Safe Child

A cyber security expert’s guide to preparing your children for the online world.

Preparing children for the promises and dangers of social media and having nearly unlimited access to the outside world has become a challenge we cannot afford to ignore, and it requires more than protecting our passwords or filtering harmful content. It’s about learning to develop wisdom, trust, and communication skills when spending time on digital media. And it’s something both children and parents need to learn – together.

In The Cyber-Safe Child, Netzer Shohet distills over two decades of experience in the cybersecurity industry into the most comprehensive guide on online safety to date. Using his own hands-on experience helping children become more cyber-safe, he guides parents along the entire process, from the basic terms every child must know to empathy-building exercises, how to address online bullying, and the importance of having red lines.

Essential and actionable, The Cyber-Safe Child is a must-read, contemporary guide for parents who want to make sure their children are safe to take on the world – both on and offline.

Check Point by Maor Kohn
  • Author: מאור כוהן
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Check Point: A Thriller (Yael Lavie Book 3)

In the prequel to Maor Kohn’s bestselling debut, Yael Lavie races against time to stop a vicious hunter stalking his prey in the lawless no man’s land of the Jordan Valley.

Fresh out of the academy, newly appointed Inspector Yael Lavie is called to an unusual murder scene in the rural outback of the West Bank. What starts as one murder quickly turns into a killing spree across one of the most controversial military zones on Earth. Only Yael and her allies can hope to stop the hunt with minimum casualties.

The more Yael digs into the case, the more questions she uncovers. Why were the victims tortured before they were murdered? Could the cause truly be just a local gang war, or is there a darker personal motive behind the killings? And how do they all relate to a series of cold murders, over half a century old? Yael and her team put everything on the line, but the killer is always one step ahead.

Will they manage to hunt him down in time or will they become the hunted themselves?

A slow-burning thriller from the co-creator of Apple-TV’s hit show, Tehran.

When I Was Your Mother by Liora Carmeli

When I Was Your Mother

A mother never forgets.

Maya and Gil are the picture-perfect couple: high school sweethearts with three beautiful children, a small house in the country, and seven years of blissful marriage. They really could not ask for more. But then Maya sees a report about a car crash, and a ten-year-old orphaned boy, and everything changes.

Because underneath the beautiful love story lies a secret. A ten-year-old secret that Maya had kept hidden since she was eighteen, when she decided to put her first child up for adoption. Now, a decade later, she is certain – the child in the report is her son.

As Maya finds herself unable to let go of her past, her secret slowly begins to uproot her present – her marriage, her job, and even her family. Can she trust her motherly intuition, or will her attempts to make up for her complicated past destroy all that she already has?

Liora Carmeli’s latest novel is a riveting, unputdownable story of love, motherhood, and the difficult price of new beginnings, perfect for fans of Lisa Wingate and Kate Hewitt.

Over The Hill by Benny Steinberg

Over the Hill: A Novel

Hope, mystery, and assisted living. They’re not over the hill yet – their golden years are only the beginning.

If there is one thing 83-year-old Rachel Hoffman can’t stand, it’s being alone. After fifty long years of marriage, living alone was not the lifestyle change she had hoped for. Not that she’s complaining – she was always the independent type. Respectful. Proper. She just misses having someone to cook for.

But at “A Home on the Hill” retirement community, there is no shortage of people that need looking after… or looking out for.

When a new experimental drug with miracle-like properties finds its way into Rachel’s hands, it throws The Hill’s elderly tenants into a tailspin. What starts as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help her closest friends deal with the complexities of old age, ends up disrupting the community’s peace as word of the miracle cure spreads like wildfire. The nurturing Rachel finds herself at the center of attention as she is drawn into her fellow residents’ lives, fears, ailments, and regrets.

But can she still use the wondrous cure-all to save someone if they do not wish to be saved?

Moving and inspiring, Over the Hill is a charming, profound work of fiction, pitting its unique heroes against the overwhelming challenges of age and isolation while at the same time celebrating the small wonders of life, community, and selflessness.

Happiness in a Tsunami cby Nadav Hayman
  • Author: נדב היימן
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Happiness in a Tsunami: How to Find Peace in a Chaos-Driven World

You can find happiness even in the most overwhelming times.

Most of us fear change. We believe it brings chaos and uncertainty, breaking the familiar patterns we cultivate throughout our lives. But change is a fact of life—it comes whether we are prepared for it or not. And when it finally comes, it feels like a great tidal wave, sweeping us along and away from the safety of our familiar havens.

But what happens if, instead of being carried helplessly by the waves, we embrace their current? Can we learn to live not simply despite but with the Tsunami?

In Happiness in a Tsunami, three unique individuals meet after experiencing three life-changing crises to discuss the tidal wave that threatens to engulf their lives in chaos. Through their thoughtful exploration of the choices available to them, Happiness in a Tsunami teaches you about the incredible value of change, how to overcome anxiety and fear and find the courage to take action, and how to transform the wild currents of everyday discord into a peaceful, positive flow of life.

The Divorcee’s Guide to Marriage by Shula Kessem Shiran

The Divorcee’s Guide to Marriage

Sage advice on how to save your marriage from the people who chose not to.

Getting married is the happiest time in any couple’s life – a time of shared hopes, dreams, ambitions, and joys. You never want to think about the day after that spark starts to fade. But that does not mean you shouldn’t. On the contrary, that is exactly how you stay happy.

The Divorcee’s Guide to Marriage is the untraditional answer to a very traditional question – how to find satisfaction in your relationship once you are no longer satisfied. After helping countless couples navigate through marriage and divorce, expert group and couple’s facilitator Shula Kessem explains how lessons from divorcees can help married couples find their own happiness in and out of their relationship by:

  • Rediscovering love and intimacy
  • Making the hard choices
  • Healing from trauma and loss
  • Facing disappointment and regret
  • Taking responsibility for yourselves and your kids

Learn to break the cycle of unhappiness with this revolutionary guide, combining all-too-familiar case studies, professional experience, therapeutic processes, counseling, and much more – and make sure you live the most fulfilling life with the person who fulfills you the most.

The 7 Pillars of Leadership By Ziv Elul
  • Author: זיו אלול
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The 7 Pillars of Leadership

Gain a new perspective on the foundations of leadership and management through the seven fundamental conflicts every manager faces throughout their career.

When it comes to leadership, every one of us has the potential and talent to walk the path of a leader. But what exactly makes a successful leader?

In their empowering new book, Ziv Elul and Yaniv Fogel distill years of navigating the complex world of both the startup and public sectors into seven fundamental pillars every leader confronts on their way to true, lasting success.

By Balancing timeless Jewish philosophies with contemporary lessons from modern global leading executives, this book offers a rich and diverse skillset for dealing with the daily challenges of management:

  • Setting Goals – knowing when to follow through and when to move on.
  • Pressure – creating positive pressure at work without limiting employees.
  • Outside opinion – the right way to look at third-party consultants.
  • Equilibrium – How experienced executives strike a healthy balance between work and private life.
  • Trust – why micromanagement ruins your productivity.
  • Recruitment – recognizing the perfect worker for the right job.
  • Decision-making – the importance of emotional intelligence and how to hone it.

Enhance and reinforce your professional life through The 7 Pillars of Leadership, an instant must-read for new and veteran managers looking to move further up the road of leadership.

Amizadeh by Ehud Peled
  • Author: אהוד פלד
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Amizadeh: The Iranian Connection

An Iranian Jewish doctor arrives in Jerusalem with a daunting task, in this latest Ehud Peled page-turning political conspiracy thriller.

Yossef Amizadeh never felt a deep affiliation with the Zionist Dream. Growing up under Iran’s corrupt government of the Shah made the young doctor sympathize with the revolution that saw the Ayatollah’s rise to power. But soon, Yossef will learn that the devil you don’t know is worse than the evil you do.

When Amizadeh and his family are arrested by the Revolutionary Guards under allegations of high treason, Yossef has but one choice – help the fanatical Iranian regime ignite a “jihad” – holy war – to facilitate the expansion of its empire throughout the Middle East. The target marked for the purpose? The most volatile place on Earth – Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Yossef’s only daughter, Rita, smuggled out of Iran years ago and recruited by the Mossad – Israel’s foreign intelligence agency – is now the only one who stands between the execution of her father's fatal mission and all-out war.

With its diverse ensemble of uniquely human characters, Amizadeh offers a gripping and quick-paced plot that pairs well against the backdrop of the contemporary political landscape – perfect for readers of McClosky, Hayes, and O'Rourke.

The Secret of the Lost Diary by Yonit Oved
  • Author: יונית עובד
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Secret of the Lost Diary

True love only comes twice in a lifetime…


“Jane, my love. I cannot bear the thought that you didn't know what was coming and that you trusted me so completely, but I knew that if I had stayed another minute, I never would have been able to do what I had to do. I wouldn't have been able to leave. Please forgive me for betraying you. When I gave you up – when I gave up on our love – I knew that I would never love again.

Yours forever,



Emma Jones longs for a way out. While she is working as a caregiver for the elderly Mrs. Baum, between her ward’s sullen demeanor and the clockwork routine of her household, every day feels the same. Until a parcel carrying the wrong address arrives at their doorstep one day, holding a faded, sealed diary. Compelled, Emma opens the diary and immerses herself in its incredible story – a choice that will change the course of her life, and the lives of those closest to her, forever.

The only thing that Cricket still has of Ginger is her nickname. Everything else was lost – buried, just like the dreams they used to share. Desperate, she begins to write. First to herself, then to Ginger, not knowing that her diary will change her future – in more ways than she can imagine.

Joab - The Rebel of Judea by Nachi Zaltzman

Joab – The Rebel of Judea

He can be the maker of kings or the destroyer of kingdoms.

Joab, nephew to the mighty, aspiring King David and an intrepid warrior, knows a destiny awaits him beyond the desert sands of his tribal home in Judea. On a humid summer evening, that destiny is revealed – in a call from David himself to lead an army against the pursuing King Saul.

Joab kisses his beloved goodbye and sets off to join his uncle. But becoming the general of a contender to the throne means more than just wielding a sword. Joab is soon drawn into a complicated world of shifting alliances, personal vendettas, and the irresistible lure of power. His mission is to protect David and lead his army to triumph. He wants nothing more than to see his uncle on his rightful throne.

But is Joab willing to give up everything, even his very humanity, to see the Kingdom of Judea victorious?

Set in ancient Biblical times, Joab – The Rebel of Judea tells a breathtaking story of loyalty, love, and vengeance as the line between hero and rebel blurs, and the fate of an empire hangs in the balance.

Timefulness by Amir Peled
  • Author: אמיר פלד
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Timefulness: Why Successful People Don't Match Their Socks

Timefulness offers you the key to unlocking a life of serial successes.

From Confucius, Benjamin Franklin, Marie Curie, and Einstein to Steve Jobs, Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk: Ever wondered what the common factor is behind the remarkable success of these individuals? People whom Amir Peled, author of Timefulness, refers to as “serially successful.”

So, what do they all share? More importantly: How can YOU duplicate it in your own life?

With its clear and easy-to-follow “Five-Step Plan” rooted in timeless wisdom yet impeccably relevant to today’s evolving paradigms, Timefulness is an action-packed guide brimming with practical tools, innovative exercises, and transformative strategies.

Dive into the heart of every triumphant narrative, from Fortune 500 titans to legendary figures like Charles Shwab and Thomas Edison. Discover the Einstein Effect,” Peled’s profound insight into humanity’s innate ability to make efficient choices when time is unmistakably at stake.

Use Timefulness to:

  • Duplicate “The Einstein Effect” to your own life with a “Five-Step Plan” in the field of your choice: From winning a promotion or mastering a job interview to finding a spouse or becoming a better parent.
  • Deploy actionable steps, tools, and templates tailored for immediate implementation: From minimizing or better utilizing the time we spend on social media to practical advice on how to extend our lifespan to up to 7.2 years with high statistical significance.

For aficionados of Atomic Habits, Outliers, How to Win Friends and Influence People, and Thinking, Fast and SlowTimefulness unfolds a groundbreaking perspective on mastering time, life, and success.

Timefulness doesn’t just redefine how you view time and successit redefines how you live it.

The Fish Wisdom by Ofir Halperin

חכמת הדג

The thing that all parents in the world have in common is that they want their children to be successful and happy.

Fish Wisdom is a unique and original empowerment book, an enchanting adventure through the magical jungles of Central America that will take kids and young adults on a journey of wonder and discovery.

Eight wisdoms of life, which were carefully chosen, will give children the tools to deal well with life's challenges and become the very best versions of themselves. The fish in the book's title is the spiritual teacher who leads the readers throughout the story.

Fish Wisdom teaches children aged 5+ important social skills like self-confidence, perseverance, standing up for yourself, and more, all while appealing to their curiosity and sense of adventure.

The main message of the book is: “Being good brings good.” Do good, be good, and life will return this good to you with great power one day in the future.

“Fish Wisdom” is the wisdom of life that we should know, learn, understand, and apply in our lives, and with its help, move toward success and happiness on the paths of life.


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Four Jewish Brides by Haim Ayalon

Four Jewish Brides

They were not given a choice. But they will make their own fate.

Sheindel is hardly more than a child when she is wed to Jacob Isaac, the Holy Jew of Peshischa. Just a girl, she helplessly tries to fill the shoes of her widowed husband’s late wife – her beloved sister Feigaleh.

Just a town away, Miriam is ecstatic on her wedding day to the other Jacob Isaac, the Seer of Lublin, only to be cast aside on her first night as a married woman. In his old age, the Seer marries young, beautiful, energetic Beilah, who never wanted to be a rabbi’s wife.

Four Jewish brides, sisters in fate if not in blood, embody the strong, silent Jewish women of the 19th century. Kept in the shadow of their righteous husbands, history has forgotten them. But these courageous women were no docile girls.

Four Jewish Brides reveals how the wives behind the great religious leaders pulled the strings, influencing political intrigue, entire communities, and the very fabric of Jewish life.

The Healer From Qumran by Adiya Shapira

The Healer From Qumran

He wanted to heal the world… But first, she must heal his heart.

The son of a humble farmer, Asaf leaves the safety and comfort of his home in Galilee and follows his cousin Nimrod to join a secretive sect in the Qumran caves. Deep in the isolated Judean Desert, by the banks of the Dead Sea, the sensitive Asaf and the charismatic Nimrod are immersed in the wisdom of the Essenes – a choice that will ultimately change their fates forever.

Quick to assimilate into the Essenes’ spiritual lifestyle, Asaf falls in love with Miriam, a local healer, and finds himself drawn to her craft as much as he is drawn to her side. Meanwhile, Nimrod’s rebellious and independent nature causes friction between him and their conservative elders, and as he starts to attract more and more followers to his new and radical worldview, Asaf is torn between his admiration for Nimrod and his growing loyalty to the Essenes, their values, and his blooming secret love affair with Miriam.

Inspired by the true history of the Essenes and the Dead Sea Scrolls, Adiya Shapira builds a gripping story of discovery and betrayal as Asaf, Miriam, and Nimrod grapple with crises of faith, passion, and painful choices amid the rise and persecution of a charismatic young prophet from Nazareth.

Dream State by Avi Halaili
  • Author: אבי חלילי
  • Language: אנגלית
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

Dream State: A SciFi Novella

In a world where mega-corporations control powerful supercomputers, an idealistic factory worker decides to reshape the world through the power of dreams.

After signing up as a test subject for an AI experiment on human consciousness, the unextraordinary Eric Chapman awakes to discover he can manifest dream-like abilities in the real world. Together with Terry, a charismatic career woman who grew tired of the constant rat race of life, the two decide to use Chapman’s newfound powers to heist the dreams of some of the richest and most powerful people in the world, convincing them to give away their fortune. With the corporation that ran Chapman’s experiment in pursuit, Terry and Chapman’s dream of a world without boundaries ripples faster than they could anticipate. And there is no telling where it might end.

Corporate agendas and supernatural forces meet in Dream State – a new-wave science fiction novella by up-and-coming author Avraham Halili.

The Lives of a Soul by Ayelet Tsur

The Lives of a Soul

An extraordinary tale of the cycle of the soul, and its unique role in shaping our many lives.


What is a soul?

What does it mean to repair the soul?

From where does the soul derive?

Where do we come from, and where are we going? Are we vessels? Are we souls? When does the soul enter the body, and what is its role?

Told from the perspective of Emily, one of her soul’s many incarnations, The Lives of a Soul portrays the incredible journey of the soul and the cycle of its existence: remembering experiences from previous cycles, preparing for the descent to its next cycle, and beginning a new life along the Path of Light.

Through various lessons, interwoven throughout a fascinating life story, this extraordinary book is an eye-opening revelation into past-life therapy, opening our spiritual eyes, awakening to the evolution of our souls, and healing our wounds of the past through the incredible power of letting go.

A Change of Tune by Ossi Tajer

A Change of Tune

A disabled war veteran finds peace through music in this powerfully emotional story of comradery and compassion.


As Benny returns home from the rehabilitation ward that treated his war injuries, he cannot help but feel lost – lost without his ward brothers, lost inside his broken, disabled body, but mostly lost without his music: that singular part of his identity that was replaced by feelings of anger, guilt, and regret.

Between agonizing glances from his war-widowed mother to his fizzling relationship with his girlfriend, Benny’s acclimation to his new situation as a disabled veteran has been far from smooth. With his entire life hanging on literal crutches, his only escape is the hours he spends back at the hospital ward with his former squad mates, who desperately want to see him change his tune and return to playing music for a living. But how can Benny possibly go back to those blissful days when he cannot even bring himself to pick up his guitar?

But as the idea of an all-veteran band of brothers starts to take form, Benny draws more and more veterans to his cause, each coping with their unique battles. Each new song they create feels like another wound is closed in their hearts. And when one of their songs unexpectedly catches some public attention, Benny starts to wonder – can music mend all the broken pieces of his life, and give him the second chance he never thought he’d have?

The Silence after the Storm by Aliza Klebanov Florenthal

The Silence After The Storm

Two young men. One single gunshot. A daring escape across the border.

Lithuania, 1941. The heavy wooden doors slam shut as Frieda steps inside the local synagogue, where her community is ordered to gather by the pro-Nazi Lithuanian army. With her husband and their daughter Lena, Frieda still believes no harm will come to them or her two bright sons studying, safe and sound, in Paris.

Then the shots rang.

Hundreds of miles away, Yehezkel and his brother Leon are crossing the French countryside. Completely unaware of the horrors enveloping their country and the rest of Europe, they flee south toward the safe harbors of Spain, where they hope to wait out the war. Isolated from their family, the brothers face the dangers of war-torn Europe with only their ingenuity to keep them safe, as they long for the day they can finally reunite with their family.

Based on a heart-wrenching true story, The Silence After the Storm is a touching ode of yearning to those whose lives were cut short by the horrors of the Holocaust. With her artistic writing style, Aliza Florenthal recreates the colorful lives – and red silence – left in the aftermath of the raging storm of World War II.

Inside The Room Where it Heppens by Yona Bartal
  • Author: יונה ברטל
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Inside the Room Where It Happens

A compelling worldwide memoir providing a one-of-a-kind glimpse into the most well-kept secrets in global diplomacy.

Few people have had the opportunity to sit in the company of world leaders as they discuss impactful decisions in the same breaths as they make polite conversation. Over the course of several decades, Yona Bartal’s long and exciting career as Deputy Director of the Israeli President’s Office has made her a fly on some of the most politically charged rooms in the world – the oval office of presidents Bush, Clinton, and Obama, the Russian Kremlin, and even the Vatican’s inner chambers.

Throughout Inside the Room Where it Happens, Bartal recount and expose crucial and sometimes confidential meetings and events that helped shape the middle east, giving readers a rare glimpse into global diplomacy in action: From historic peace talks with foreign powers to forging worldwide friendships with renown activists Bono and Madonna over drinks.

Through her childhood as a daughter of Lithuanian immigrants and her lifelong bond with Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shimon Peres, Bartal’s book is an eloquent yet humble diplomatic memoir, told from the unique perspective of the only woman in the rooms where it happens.

Not Quite as in the Scriptures by Itamar Perath
  • Author: איתמר פרת
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Not Quite as in the Scriptures: Reality and Fiction in the Bible

In a beautiful, fascinating retelling of Scripture, Ithamar Perath embodies the angels of biblical times, using their voices to reimagine history.

Book by book, chapter by chapter, an alternative, secular Bible is born – new, yet still familiar.

This new Bible weaves together drama, history, epic poetry, and personal experience, providing answers to long-unresolved questions. The list includes, among many biblical items, inquiries into a large number of elusive historical questions, such as:

What happened to the Holy Ark?

Who was the mother of King David?

Wherefrom was Solomon's wisdom?

Who wrote the second book of Isaiah?

Perath takes the timeless stories of the Bible, examining them through the prism of scripture, paleography, archaeology, and geology. Based on these, he lets his imagination run free, conjuring a new, captivating account of the world’s best-known stories.

The Magical Children

The Magical Children of Light

In this soon-to-be classic tale, readers of all ages will be carried away by a group of courageous children, united in their quest to melt the walls of fear in people’s hearts.


With enchanting illustrations and lyrical prose, Lilian Weisberger’s The Magical Children of Light weaves a tapestry of magic and wisdom that transcends cultural boundaries.

When Gali decides to go behind the forbidden wall on her ninth birthday, she discovers a world very similar to her own, with children playing in the streets, a bustling market, and friendly faces. However, a chance encounter with a young boy named Tarek melts away her fear of the other side.

The Magical Children of Light invite us to embark on an extraordinary adventure of friendship, courage, and imagination. Join Gali, Tarek, and their inspiring children’s movement as they fulfill their shared dream of a world where joy and love prevail over fear and prejudice.

The Last Hunt (Yael Lavie Book 2)

The Last Hunt (Yael Lavie Book 2)

In the prequel to Maor Kohn’s bestselling debut, Yael Lavie races against time to stop a vicious hunter stalking his prey in the lawless no man’s land of the Jordan Valley.

Fresh out of the academy, newly appointed Inspector Yael Lavie is called to an unusual murder scene in the rural outback of the West Bank. What starts as one murder quickly turns into a killing spree across one of the most controversial military zones on Earth. Only Yael and her allies can hope to stop the hunt with minimum casualties.

The more Yael digs into the case, the more questions she uncovers. Why were the victims tortured before they were murdered? Could the cause truly be just a local gang war, or is there a darker personal motive behind the killings? And how do they all relate to a series of cold murders, over half a century old? Yael and her team put everything on the line, but the killer is always one step ahead.

Will they manage to hunt him down in time or will they become the hunted themselves?

A slow-burning thriller from the co-creator of Apple-TV’s hit show, Tehran.

The Habit of Happy: 99 Practical Lessons on Finding, Achieving, and Maintaining Happiness

How to let go of depression and anger and forge your path to lasting happiness.

In The Habit of HappyDr. Omna Berick-Aharony wants to revolutionize the way we look at, search for, and experience happiness. Based on thirty years of psychotherapy experience packed into 99 relatable lessons and insights, Dr. Berick-Aharony’s guide brings easily applicable, incredibly simple methods to maintain a “stable level of happiness” that can brave any external imbalance.

According to Dr. Berick-Aharony, happiness is a process, not a goal. It indicates that your life is going the way it should, with milestones to look out for. By developing the habit of walking this path, we can build an enduring, lasting path of happiness – transforming our lives and the lives of our loved ones.


The German Orphan: A WW2 Historical Fiction Novel Based on a True Story

He could change his name. He could not change his past.

Frankfurt, 1939. Herman Lehrer was only eleven years old when the Nazis destroyed his orphanage on the Night of Broken Glass. An orphan since the age of six, young Herman was no stranger to the hate and cruelty of the people who, until recently, had shared his childhood landscape.

Now, young Herman—“Manny” to his friends—is left to fend for himself.

Manny knows the terrible fate that awaits Jews in Eastern Europe under the growing shadow of Nazism. As he travels from Frankfurt to occupied France, Manny learns to conceal his true identity and become whoever he needs to survive: a French POW’s long-lost son, a devout Catholic choir boy, or a German factory worker making boots for the Nazi war machine. He changes his name frequently. He never stays in the same place twice. Before long, Manny adapts to a world of lies and deception, where danger lurks at every corner—and every mistake could be his last.

Based on the true story of a Holocaust survivor, The German Orphan is an unputdownable, powerful novel of courage and strength, perfect for fans of Kristin Hannah, Ellie Midwood, and Limor Regev.


The Girl From Terezin: A WW2 Holocaust Survival True Story

“We were finally standing at the train station in Mauthausen. In front of us, there was a notorious steep path toward the camp. There, for the first time since my arrival at Terezin, I was certain that my end was near, that I couldn’t endure anymore…”

December, 1942. Carrying what little possessions she was allowed to keep, twelve-year-old Hana Sternlicht waits in the freezing European winter for the train that will take her away from the only home she ever knew. She had heard rumors of her destination, but nothing would prepare her for what she would endure when they arrived. Nothing could have prepared her for Theresienstadt – the ghetto in the heart of Terezin.

For two long years, Terezin will test Hana’s spirit and resolve. Surrounded by hunger, sickness, and death, Hana finds shelter in a Heim – a girl’s house operating discreetly under the ruthless German guards. But when Jews begin to disappear into crowded freight trains, never to be seen again, Hana knows that her time in Terezin is over – though her journey of survival has only just begun.

Based on the incredible true story of Holocaust survivor Hana Sternlicht, The Girl From Terezin takes readers on her unbelievable journey through some of the most horrifying concentration camps of Eastern Europe – perfect for fans of Adiva Geffen and The Boy From Block 66.


The Origin of Dreams: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Psychological Deep Dive Into Why We Dream

Dreaming is a phenomenon that is universally shared among all of mankind, one that has fascinated cultures and peoples throughout history. Yet despite spending years of our lifetime dreaming, we still lack a fundamental understanding of dreams: Where do they stem from? Do they serve a higher purpose, or are they random? And what is it about dreams that inspire so many people despite our lack of understanding?

Drawing from a wealth of knowledge in psychology, philosophy, science, theology, and more, The Origin of Dreams provides a comprehensive examination of this universal human experience. From gripping myths to breakthrough scientific discoveries, this unique book relies on the most concurrent available information and research to shed some light on the mystery of dreamwork.

Thought-provoking, eloquent, and meticulous, The Origin of Dreams is an awe-inspiring journey through the ages that explores how not just our dreams – but dreaming – define us as individuals, social beings, and human beings.

  • Author: יעקב שדה
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Termination Code: A gripping rogue AI novel

They hoped their creation would save mankind… Now, they must find a way to stop it.

Young and brilliant Amir Kovshi and Karin Sabilov succeeded where everyone else could not. With the guidance of renowned Professor Joshafat Teleki, an expert in self-learning AI, they managed to create a revolutionary predictive AI with a powerful directive: accurately predict the consequences of global warming – and the most effective way to combat it.

Just as they begin to celebrate their unprecedented achievement, a string of perplexing accidents cripple energy production sites worldwide. As society plunges into turmoil, it isn’t long before the scientists find the hidden, invisible thread connecting it all: the targets weren’t chosen randomly – they were drawn straight out of their AI’s predictions.

From the sun-soaked beaches of Tel Aviv to secretive Palo Alto offices, Karin, Amir, and Professor Teleki race against time to uncover the truth behind the attacks. When powerful new entities join the hunt, the three find a target on their back – determined by a power with incredible capabilities and seemingly endless resources. Even if they can survive long enough to find the source of the attacks – will they be able to stop it?

Both haunting and powerfully human, Termination Code is a literary cautionary tale, raising critical questions about global crises and their solutions while combining groundbreaking technology with an exhilarating adventure.

  • Author: יוסי קורן
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

All We Cannot Leave Behind

A guaranteed instant classic work of post-war fiction, All We Cannot Leave Behind is “a masterwork of interwoven war narrative with the full framework of life in its shadow –loves, letdowns, desires, and failures.” – Aviram Barkai, bestselling author of On the Edge.

Israel, 1975. Following the sobering events of the Yom Kippur War, a budding romance comes to an end like a slap in the face.

The woman is a beautiful, bright foreigner, challenging this man, a young officer, newly discharged from military service yet still burdened by memories of fighting on the front lines in a desperate war. Through their relationship, he confronts truths about his inner war—and the loss of innocence he had to endure.

Israel, 1999. More than twenty years have passed since the end of that war, but the man can still feel its echoes in his quiet civilian life. Driven by a desperation for something he cannot describe, the man enters a complicated love affair with a married woman. Over their mutual love of poetry and literature, they each explore the guilt, loneliness, and personal sacrifices they had to bear. Even though he is no longer a young officer, the passion of his new lover reopens his old scars of war, as he confronts all that he could not—must not—leave behind.


Who the F*ck is Michael? – An Israeli Air Force Chief's Uncompromising Code for Achieving Greatness

Inspiring lessons on leadership and success Major General (ret.) Elyezer Shkedy was the 15th commander of the Israeli Air Force. During his service, Major General Shkedy commanded numerous strategic operations, including the now-famous Operation Orchard airstrike on the Syrian nuclear reactor. After retiring from active duty,

Today, he volunteers as chairman of over fifteen educational and socially oriented startups. In his national bestselling book, Who The F*ck is Michael?!, Shkedy distills over a hundred inspiring life lessons on leadership, success, excellence, and the importance of hard work and personal responsibility.

The book sold over 30,000 copies in its Hebrew edition and was the most-read book by Israeli military personnel in 2022, the year of its publication.

It has been nominated for countless prizes and was listed as one of the Ministry of Education’s top picks for high school readers.

Maj-Gen (ret.) Elyezer Shkedy, President of I Belong Israel, on the importance of tolerance, leadership, Zionism, and personal values.


The Art of Managing Humans: Management Practices that Actually Work

Stop managing your employees  start managing your people.

At the core of any organization are the people who comprise it. They are the living, beating heart of any company, business, or startup that drives the company to be either highly successful – or a massive failure. They are a company’s most valuable resource, and it is your job to ensure that resource is developed, promoted, and maximized to its full potential.

Over the last three decades, Tsvika Abramovitch made a name for himself as a revolutionary large-scale CHRO, where he developed an all-encompassing model that has since been promoting growth and excellence at hundreds of organizations. Dubbed “The Seesaw Model,” Abramovich’s work has earned him global recognition and multiple awards, including a STEVIE Award for HR Executive of the Year and two HR Excellence Awards.

The Art of Managing Humans replaces work relations with working relationships, improving leadership through open communication, promoting welfare, worker involvement, and transparency. It is aimed at any manager, executive, and HR person who wants to identify the crucial balance between management and employees and the practical differences it bridges between mediocre companies and successful organizations.


The Lightmaker of Auschwitz

Can one man bring light to the darkest place in the world?

When Moshe Brezniak steps off the train at Auschwitz, it’s clear to him that the quiet, stable life he’s always wished for is slipping from his grasp.

Knowing he must avoid being assigned to Auschwitz’s manual labor detail if he wants to survive, Moshe gives away the very last of his possessions in return for a job as an electrician in one of Auschwitz’s factories.

Moshe’s new position affords him liberties few others are granted, and he is determined to use them to help others. But with opportunity comes danger. And Moshe’s quest to bring light to Auschwitz, all while struggling every day to survive, might prove to be an impossible quest.

A harrowing, breathtaking, and victorious true story, The Lightmaker of Auschwitz is a testament to the determination of humankind and a celebration of the triumph of good over evil.


My Grandmother’s Shadow

One woman’s search for answers unfurls into a riveting multi-layered family saga, perfect for readers of Jean Grainger and Soraya Lane.

Winter, 1941: Watching the smoke rise over the burning synagogue of the Riga Ghetto, Johanna Friedman’s only concern is keeping her family safe. As she prepares to leave her home, clutching what little possessions she is allowed to carry, her thoughts meander to a simpler time before the war – and a secret name, one she rarely recites out loud, forever embedded in her heart.

Present day. Devorah was never allowed to ask about her mother’s repressed past, until her mother agreed to show her a hidden drawer containing her secret history. Devorah unravels the story of the amazing women who have shaped her legacy: the one who raised her mother as her own – and the one her mother never knew.

Inspired by the true story of her maternal lineage, Devorah Shafrir Keret weaves a haunting, unforgettable saga of brave, broken women spanning a century of secrets and triumphs, unfaltering love and incredible loss, and the generation-spanning power of family.


The Jewel of Judea: A Biblical Historical Novel

Tragedy made her a slave. Will she have the courage to take her fate into her own hands?

When Abigail is taken from her family in Judea to be sold as a slave to Janus, a wealthy Greek philosopher, she vows not to be the submissive servant he expects.

Sure enough, her sharp mind and even sharper tongue soon catch Janus’ eye, and he quickly discovers that she is far more suited to challenging his wit in heated philosophical debates than carrying out any mundane household chores. And the more passionate their arguments become, the more he begins to fall for the fiery, intelligent woman who stormed unexpectedly into his life.

But Abigail is torn between two worlds. In one, she is Janus’ equal, his partner and friend. In the other, she is no more than a slave, kept from her home and family against her will. And when word comes of the bloody rebellion unfolding in her motherland, she pleads with Janus to set her free.

Desperate not to lose her, he makes her a deal. If, after one year, he has not convinced her that she should stay – she will be free to go. Abigail accepts, determined not to be swayed.

But a lot can change in a year, and Janus and Abigail will soon be confronted with some of the hardest decisions of their lives. Because when love and freedom cannot coincide, sacrifices will have to be made.

Impeccably researched and vividly detailed, Orna Burdman weaves a captivating tale of courage, loyalty, and desire, bringing relatable characters and a beloved Biblical story to life.

  • Author: דליה מור
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

When the Storm Subsides: A Novel


The Officer of Dachau: A gripping and unputdownable WW2 historical novel

She made a courageous choice in times of unparalleled turmoil. Could her family survive its consequences?

New York, 1963. Ever since he was a young boy, struggling to survive among the rubble of bombarded Berlin, Manny Heimann knew he wanted to be a doctor. Having barely managed to escape the terrible fate of Mischling German children, Manny is adamant about dedicating his life to helping all those in need… Until a familiar face enters his clinic one fateful afternoon, threatening to uproot everything he believed about human kindness – and cruelty.

Berlin, 1929. Twenty-year-old nurse Ilse Heine spends most of her time dutifully tending to the sick and injured people of the city when she meets the striking Johan Kirche. At first, Ilse is captivated. But as their courtship ensues, Johan’s words become harsher, and Ilse begins to see something change behind his once beautiful blue eyes…

When she discovers Johan is not only a member of the Nazi party but a brutal SS officer, Ilse ends their relationship. But as the Nazi party sweeps through Germany, and Jews and their families start to disappear, Ilse’s past comes knocking on her family’s door – and their future will be forever changed.

Fans of Schindler’s List and Roberta Kagan will feel right at home in this heart-wrenching, surprising, powerful story about resilience, love, and kinship set in the darkest days of World War Two.


  • Author: אדיבה גפן
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

A Sister’s Vow: A Gripping, Heart-Wrenching WW2 Historical Fiction Novel

From the bestselling author of Surviving the Forest and My Daughter’s Keeper comes a brand-new phenomenal story of resilience and love.

There is nothing stronger than a promise between sisters. Not even a war.

Lyon, 1941. As Nazi forces march steadily through France and Jewish families seek refuge from persecution, seventeen-year-old Juta wakes one morning to find her sister, Sara, gone. And when Juta discovers that Sara has been wrongfully accused of espionage and arrested by German soldiers, she traces it all back to one man. A cruel, obsessive man who believes himself scorned by her family and who will stop at nothing to see them suffer. Arno.

Despite Juta’s desperate bid to free her sister, she finds she is too late. Sara has been subjected to a horrific interrogation from which she will never recover.

With the urge for revenge burning in her veins, Juta leaves behind everything she knows and vows to bring her sister’s tormentor to justice. Joining the French resistance, she rises in the ranks, biding her time, waiting for a chance to face Arno once more.

Juta will endure anything to keep the vow she made to her sister. Even if it means giving up her own freedom. Even if it means forfeiting her life.

Empower Through Questions
  • Author: Yossy Kedmy
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Empower Through Questions

Empower yourself and your relationships with others by acquiring the skills to ask the right questions at the right time.

Talk less. Ask more. The core values behind bestselling author Yossy Kedmy’s NLP method are simple to understand – but why do they work? Because when you ask someone a question, you are actively directing their focus. These tools will teach you how to acquire more information and a deeper understanding by asking the right questions – to have a powerful influence on your surroundings, the people around you, and your own quality of life.

Mastering the science of asking questions will help you to:

  • dissolve resistance and drive others to action
  • guide others through influence
  • empower others in making a change
  • create and maintain supportive relationships

When you learn how to effectively use these tools, the questions you ask will elicit more meaningful responses to cut to the chase and help you get to where you want to go more easily and quickly.

Using the practical skills outlined in distinct, easy-to-access chapters will revolutionize the way you communicate with your friends, partner, children, bosses, employees or clients.

Accidentally Wonderful

Accidentally Wonderful

A struggling single father discovers life’s tiny miracles in this wonderous debut novel from up-and-coming author Michelle Zuriel.

A moment’s mistake on the job lands dedicated police officer Avinoam Shaked with four months of community service to be served at his local day center. Still shaken by the accident, Avinoam’s mixed feelings about the center dissipate as he gets to know its caregivers and residents whose lives it has changed:

Young and upbeat Julie, looking for some small refuge from her psychotic episodes and relapses; Orna, the manager of the day center, who struggles to maintain both its day-to-day operations and her crumbling marriage; and Jonathan, Avinoam’s disabled son, whose condition is not the sole cause of their distant, fragile relationship.

Alongside the center’s colorful cast of patients, Avinoam, Orna, and Julie navigate the turbulent uncertainty of their personal tragedies. But when their secrets rise to the surface, and their fragile bonds are at risk of untethering, they’ll finally be able to experience the true accidental wonders of life.

Readers of Barbara O'Neal, Catherine Ryan Hyde, and Mary Ellen Taylor will feel at home with Accidentally Wonderful – a heartwarming tale of compassion, second chances, and the life-changing power of empathy.

  • Author: Ehud Regev
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

The Children’s Nurse

Warsaw, 1939. Merie watches as the flames of war engulf the place she and her husband once called home. As bombs fall and the sound of gunfire fills the once-peaceful streets, Rafal urges his wife to flee with him to Russia. But Merie’s thoughts are on her patients. A pediatric nurse at the city’s only Jewish hospital, Merie dutifully tends to Warsaw’s injured and orphaned children.

When the occupation of Warsaw is complete, the plans the Nazis have for the Jews of the city become clear. Knowing that staying in Warsaw would spell her death, Merie has no choice but to follow her husband east on a long and arduous journey toward the Russian border. But with every step she takes, the war follows close behind.

From a small Jewish orphanage in war-torn Tashkent to the comfortable life of a diplomat’s wife in Moscow, Merie experiences extreme poverty and grief but also unbelievable acts of kindness. With her empathy and resourcefulness as her weapons, she ferociously fights for the lives of Jews wherever she goes, discovering a strength she never knew she had. Though will it be enough for her and her children to not only survive – but heal?


Reactions and Solutions

An exciting journey from acids and bases to aspirin and bananas.

How much do you actually know about the scientific processes behind everyday things like cooking, cleaning, and taking medication?

For example, do you know why water expands when it freezes instead of decreasing in volume like all other materials? Or that monosodium glutamate (MSG) is no more harmful to your health than any other seasoning?

So many of the choices we make daily are influenced by popular opinion or unfounded trends. It’s time to take knowledge into your own hands and acquire the information that will allow you to lead a safe and healthy life.

Doctor of Chemistry Ilana Fried lays out the endlessly fascinating foundations of household chemistry, from the compounds and molecules that surround us every day to the more complex reactions and solutions that make up our lives. She takes readers on a journey through the chemical world, teaching them how to make informed decisions, what to be wary of, and how to distinguish between scientific truth and baseless fears.

That Time I Died

That Time I Died

When healthy, athletic, 18-year-old Yair finds himself bedridden in a hospital room and is informed that he is paralyzed from the neck down and may never walk again, his whole life shatters around him. While his family and friends believe it to be the result of a terrible accident, could the truth reveal a premeditated act?

Alone, confined to his bed, Yair finds refuge in the most unexpected place. Soon, the only thing keeping him going is the one-on-one conversations he begins having with God.

When Yair fails to wake up from his last surgery, he is left suspended between two worlds – our world and the beyond. With time running short, he realizes his death is quickly approaching.

When powerful secrets from his past are revealed, Yair knows that the choice to embark on a race against time – and death – is up to him.

That Time I Died is an inspiring coming-of-age story for young adults about the strength of spirit, learning from our mistakes, and the power of faith.

The Lives Left Behind

The Lives Left Behind

Lublin, 1941. Yosseleh Karlinski was born to a family of great Jewish rabbis. Gifted with a keen mind and unique talent for chess, he earned the respect and admiration of those around him – especially his childhood friend, Christina. But everything changes when the Germans conquer Lublin, forcing Yosseleh into a new reality in the cramped Lublin Ghetto.

In a place where death can come from any direction and the only way to survive is by hanging on to what little you have, Yosseleh survives thanks to Christina’s visits to the ghetto and, surprisingly, by catching the eye of the most unexpected person imaginable – the chess-loving ghetto commander, Ludwig.

Soon, Yosseleh’s gift becomes his lifeline. His frequent games with Ludwig keep him alive, but Yosseleh knows every move he makes can very well be his last…

Israel, 1967. A chance encounter brings together three individuals with very distinct backgrounds: Talya Karlinski, the Israeli native, grew up hearing stories of her talented cousin Yosseleh, the chess champion from Lublin; Australian Edward Perkins arrived in Israel following the Six-Day War and fell in love with both the culture and with Talya; and Sophie Schmidt, the volunteer from Germany, who is hiding a deep, dark secret of her own…

Four stories tied by the invisible bonds of fate converge in The Lives Left Behind, Tova Aviram-Zylberg’s historical tour-de-force. When the truth is finally set free and their stories laid bare, can love and redemption find their way back through generations of secrets and hate?

Live Like a Startup
  • Author: Yaniv Rivlin
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Live Like a Startup

Top Israeli startup leader shares invaluable insights on creating genuine, lasting success in business—and in life.

Where does the startup journey begin? Startups are the epitome of untapped potential –turning “unsolvable” needs into a whole new opportunity for growth. Companies aspire to learn from the startup rulebook. Yet, when it comes to our personal lives, we opt to avoid those “unsolvable” problems and stick with the familiar and safe options: Do as instructed, walk the line, don’t stick out. In short: Don’t live your life like a startup.

According to Yaniv Rivlin, who revolutionized the e-scooter and vehicle-sharing industries as BIRD’s founding GM, the startup journey begins with us – when we adopt a “startup state of mind.” From his modest upbringing in the Israeli countryside to graduating from Harvard, all the way to a starry-eyed IPO in New York, Rivlin’s inspiring life journey demonstrates the advantages of risk-taking, the power of resilience in the face of failure, a healthy dose of “Chutzpah,” and how even a simple choice like taking the initiative can be a life-changing experience.

With excerpts from Nuseir Yassin (Nas Daily), former Israeli MK Stav Shaffir, Olympic gymnast Neta Rivkin and other inspiring “startup” figures from all walks of life – Live Like a Startup dares you on the path of success by asking the hard questions and opening your mind to what is possible. Most of all, it encourages you to enjoy the ride.

Twins of War- The Vow
  • Author: Dana Levy Elgrod
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Twins of War: The Vow

They made her a promise. But will they have the strength to keep it?

Nineteen-year-old twins Ania and Michalina are as different as two sisters can be. Though they share their long, golden locks, Ania revels in the gilded, careless life of high society Warsaw while Michalina yearns for something more.

Then, when tragedy strikes and World War II threatens to overturn their carefully composed lives, the sisters’ bond is put to the test. Separated in the chaos, Ania makes Michalina a vow: to keep Anton, Michalina’s beloved, safe.

Little does she know, Anton has made the same promise about her.

Thrown together in a city ravaged by war, Ania and Anton do all they can to survive and keep their oath. But with no end in sight, it’s only a matter of time before their loyalty to their loved ones, and to themselves, will face the ultimate trial.

Twins of War
  • Author: Dana Levy Elgrod
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Twins of War: The Sacrifice

She’s been through hell and back. Does she have it in her to make a final sacrifice?

Ania was only nineteen when her entire life was turned upside down by war.

Separated from her twin sister, Michalina, and everyone she knows and loves, it’s all she can do to wake up every day and go on with life in the Warsaw Ghetto, never knowing what her fate will bring. It’s been months since she’s had word from Michalina, and every second brings her closer to despair.

Until she meets the children.

The orphaned children of the ghetto give Ania precisely what she needs – a purpose. They fill the void left by the absence of her family, and she, in turn, whispers magical stories of a fairytale world where there is no war.

But when word of her sister finally comes from the terrifying Treblinka extermination camp, Ania must make a fateful choice. Will she be strong enough to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her children?

I Like How That Feels
  • Author: אלה גרשטיין
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

I Like How That Feels

Fifi is a little girl, discovering the amazing sensations her body can feel. She likes to feel the smooth fur on a dog’s belly, and the cool touch of dry beans on her fingers. She likes when Mommy strokes her back before she goes to sleep.

Fifi soon discovers there are other parts of her body that are nice to touch, too. As she explores, Mommy helps her to figure out the different parts of her body and the importance of privacy.

I Like How That Feels is a sweet, body-positive book for girls aged 3-6. Fifi’s story fosters awareness in parents and helps young girls develop a healthy and judgment-free approach to enjoying their bodies, while respectfully highlighting the importance of privacy.

Parents and girls alike will love this engaging story and learn together how to approach the subject of self-exploration without fear, helplessness, or shame.

Ella Greenstein has worked in education for years, specializing in gender and healthy sexuality. A mother to a daughter herself, she wrote I Like How That Feels to help parents cultivate body positivity and awareness in their families.

One False Note

One False Note

A knockout debut novel packed with twists, turns, and the lies that keep a family together.

Imagine going from upper class to no class in a heartbeat. A phone call. A note. And I’m talking about the cream of the crop: Luxury car? Gone. Careless shopping sprees? Gone. Dinners among the higher echelons of society? Gone. Just don’t let the neighbors see you wearing last year’s clothes.

And you'r loving husband, the father of your children? He promises it’s going to be alright, eventually – even if he’s the one who lost it all in the first place.

And your greedy boss doesn’t care as long as you’re bringing in million-dollar ideas.

Hell, even your lover thinks everything is perfect, tucked between satin sheets and wild arias over the speakers.

The question is, how far would you go to keep the life you always dreamed of? Betray your partner of twenty years? Sell out your boss? Murder?

But I’m getting ahead of myself. This is just the beginning, and there is a whole opera ahead of us.

And just like any opera singer knows – one false note can ruin your entire life.

Survivor Syndrome- The Evolution Messiah
  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

Survivor Syndrome: The Evolution Messiah

A man who lost his entire family in the Holocaust and survived what no person can endure, has now decided to save humanity from evolutionary decay…

A young police investigator caught in the middle of an impossible double murder…

Deadly biological weapons, and even deadlier family secrets.

Eran and Rivka’s perfect romance is interrupted when a body is found early one morning inside a chicken coop on their kibbutz. While Eran, the young and upstart detective, can find no leads on the anonymous body, nor an explanation for the disappearance of several rare Rezus monkeys, it’s Rivka’s life that will change forever.

As the seemingly ordinary case unravels, a story unfolds – a tale of impossible odds, tragedy, and an emerging deadly threat posed by the investigation’s only lead – a medical research facility secretly producing anti-biological weaponry.

With very little to go on, Eran must solve the mystery of the case and the killer’s identity – before time runs out. But can he live with the answer he finds?

Twisted Addiction
  • Author: Liat Akta
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

Twisted Addiction

I wanted to be held by a strong, sensual, dominating man… and I got exactly what I wished for.

This is messed up.

It was supposed to be just a vacation – a few carefree weeks in Miami, chilling and partying.

Everything was going according to plan. Until he came along.


Breathtakingly gorgeous, abs to die for, dangerous eyes I could just drown in. Oh, yeah – and he’s a drug lord with a criminal record that puts mobsters to shame.

My brain screams run, but my dumb heart won’t listen. I don’t want to want him, but for some reason, I keep coming back – even when our passionate encounters bring me closer and closer to a dark and dangerous life, I’m not sure I’ll survive.

And he sure as hell isn’t letting me go.

But if my steamy relationship with the possessive Rick is teaching me one thing, it’s this: I’m the creator of my reality! And if I want to change it, I’d better change the story I’m telling myself.

Twisted Addiction is a standalone M/F dark romance with a jealous/possessive hero, forced proximity, and alpha male themes.

The Secret Jewish Sisters
  • Author: Tikva Rager
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

The Secret Jewish Sisters

Her sister held on to hope. She held on to their secret.

Germany, 1939. As the Nazi Party rises to power and hatred fills the streets, sisters Rita and Suzie are sent to live in a small abbey outside Antwerp, Belgium. Under the guise of two Christian orphans, the pair is left in the care of the abbey’s Mother Superior, but not before their father entrusts Rita with a task that will forever change her life…

Just nine years old, Rita is left in charge not only of her sister — but of the dangerous secret of their Jewish identities. While the young and impressionable Suzie is quick to embrace the abbey’s Christian upbringing, utterly unaware of her family roots, Rita remains haunted by the secret that could spell only heartbreak and pain for them both.

Alone in a world engulfed in war, Rita is determined to do whatever it takes to ensure her sister survives — and never learn the truth. But when their old identities eventually clash with the new, Rita is surprised to learn that the right choice is not that simple anymore. Can she bring herself to turn away from the life she grew to love?

Inspired by the true story of two sisters’ survival during World War II, The Secret Jewish Sisters is a heartbreaking tale of identity, survival, and sisterly love, perfect for fans of The Nightingale, Kelly Rimmer, and The Lighthouse Sisters.

My Father's Secret ...And Other Unbelievable (True) Stories

My Father's Secret …And Other Unbelievable (True) Stories

“My father is the kindest, gentlest soul I know. Nothing prepared me for the secret he kept for nearly 40 years.”

Poland. There is a six-month gap in Adam Stern’s life. Six months during which he had to vanish from Warsaw, away from his wife and everything he knew, to protect them. To protect himself. To survive.

Displaced and alone, Adam kept silent about what transpired over those six months, deep in the forests between Poland and Russia. But a chance meeting with another Holocaust survivor changes everything.

Decades later, Adam finally reveals his full story to his son, Samson. A tale of a miraculous escape across Poland, of unspeakable acts of survival, and a secret group of survivors, bent on revenge, who leave a blood-red trail across Europe.

Based on a true story, My Father's Secret is the opening chapter of Samson Stern's compilation of short, larger-than-life stories. Heartbreaking and inspiring, My Father’s Secret spans multiple continents, decades, and the lives of both survivors and their families, exploring the legacies they have left behind. With their harrowing and gut-punching writing, Samson Stern and Doron Rosenblatt prove that no matter the hardships they face – giants die standing tall.

The Case of the German Doctor
  • Author: Tsuriel Sdomi
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

The Case of the German Doctor

He dedicated himself to the survival of his people. Then his family’s secret came out…

When William von Antrim decided to pursue a career as a doctor, working to help Jewish survivors recover from the horrors of World War II, he believed he was doing all in his power to help his people survive. A German refugee himself, William fled to America with his mother after she was accused of being of Jewish descent. William’s father left them with only his estate, his family name, and his legacy.

A legacy that proves to be William’s downfall.

What begins with a shameful truth coming to light forces William to confront not only his family’s past but his own. William’s case threads together one tragic character after another: A Jewish prosecutor whose life was saved by an unexpected act of kindness; a fragile woman with a shocking story of revenge and betrayal; an ambitious attorney who struggles with morality; and William himself, who faces the dire consequences of his relentless attempts at redemption, regardless of the steep price he must pay.

Evoking questions on the banality of evil, morality, and guilt, The Case of the German Doctor is a deep, page-turning debut novel that will shock readers until the end.

  • Author: Etty Stav
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

The Palestinian Narrative Through Caricatures: The Israeli – Palestinian Conflict and Collective Consciousness

How did an anonymous artist nearly torpedo the Oslo peace talks?

Which American politician was likened to Don Quixote?

Can an entire people be made toaccept radical agendas with just one image?

In a fascinating new perspective on one of the longest-standing conflicts in the world, The Palestinian Narrative Through Caricatures shines a spotlight on the collective thought process of the Palestinian people over twenty crucial years.

Through her exploration of caricatures published in Palestinian newspapers, Dr. Etty Stav provides readers with an insightful view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The caricatures contained in this collection range from humorous and cynical to inciting and hateful, having the capability to shape the Palestinian collective consciousness. This compelling selection of images proves that a picture truly can speak a thousand words.

Someone's Secret
  • Author: Snunit Liss
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

Someone's Secret

Two memorable strangers collide in an emotionally rich, poignant novel on how secrets from the past shape our futures – and how salvation can often come from our inner demons.

Liz Fine’s life is reeling. Three years have passed since a car accident claimed the life of her best friend, Jazz. Then, her anxiety went out of control, and now her laptop – her most precious possession containing whatever memories of Jazz she has left, is gone. Stolen.

But that isn’t even the worst part. The worst part came several days later, when a terrifying message popped up in Liz’s inbox, black text over neon white:

“Hello Eliza. You don’t know me, but I recently bought your used laptop and spent the last few days engrossed in your world. I am now in possession of all your files.

I am about to offer you a deal.”

The anonymous blackmailer—whose signature reads only “Someone”—presents a simple deal: every week Liz will send him a letter revealing her innermost emotions, thoughts, and feelings; and every week, he will send back a piece of Liz’s past. Refuse, and both her past – and her laptop are gone. Obsessed with retrieving the life she had already lost once, Liz obliges.

Emotions boil to the surface as the two begin their correspondence. Tragedy begets tragedy and secret begets secret as Liz has no choice but to confront her innermost fears. But discovering Someone’s secret will present her with a new choice to make. One that will shape the rest of her life. And his.

The Berlin Family's Secret
  • Author: Baruch Cohen
  • Language: Enlish
  • Category: uncategorized

The Berlin Family's Secret

They were loyal subjects of the Reich… until it came knocking on their door.

Berlin, 1942. As bombs fall over Europe during the darkest days of World War II, the Kerner family is torn apart by a shocking revelation that, if found out, could spell their doom.

Frantz Kerner and his three grown children have each found their own way of serving their Fatherland. But when Frantz reveals a long-hidden secret, the foundations of their world are shaken to the core as they are forced to confront their loyalty to the Nazi regime – and to each other.

Amid the chaos and heartbreak of war, the Kerners must grapple with their identities and the weight of their choices: Karl, the Luftwaffe pilot, struggles to maintain his blind officer’s faith in his command. Elsa, the government official, desperately tries to protect her newly discovered family from the authorities; and Helmut, the Hitlerjugend infantryman, hides his secret from his brothers-in-arms until the Reich’s plans leave him with no other choice…

With rich historical detail and emotional depth, The Berlin Family’s Secret is a sweeping tale of familial bonds, sacrifice, and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of unimaginable hardship.

You Are Home

You Are Home

Bring out your inner creator and learn how your passions, ideals, and desires can help design the perfect home—for you.

No matter what people say, you don’t need to be an expert designer to make your house into a cozy, comfy, stylish home. In fact, all you need to design the perfect space for your everyday life is already entirely in your hands.

With engaging prompts and rich real-life examples, expert urban architect Rachel Warchawski will teach you how to tap into your creative fountain and make any home your own – whether it’s a new two-stories cottage or a 3-bedroom apartment.

In You Are Home, Rachel will teach you to:

*Define which of the Four Design Archetypes you belong in.

*Design while taking desires and spontaneity into account.

*Incorporate the emotional and functional importance of your belongings.

*Create spaces that boost confidence, creativity, order, and even peace of mind.

*Significantly improve your own quality of life, by controlling your personal space.

You Are Home will help you enrich your lifestyle, unlock the potential of any house, apartment, business, or space – and within yourself.

Fall-Related Injury Minimization
  • Author: Amit Hadad
  • Language: English
  • Category: uncategorized

Fall-Related Injury Minimization

Falling is a basic fact of life for many seniors and elderly people – which makes knowing how to fall a necessity.

Fall-Related Injury Minimization (FRIM) accurately presents falling as a common cause of injuries among the elderly, reveals the missing link in coping with falls, and gives practical tools and know-how based on academic research and vast firsthand experience.

This encompassing textbook is written in a reader-friendly tone and includes step-by-step images detailing a broad range of falling exercises. Inside, you'll find:

*Tools to empower and enrich your arsenal as a trainer/therapist

*Instructions suited for trainees of every age, adjusted for various levels of function

*Ways to improve muscle strength, bone resilience, balance, and falling and rising techniques

*Four easy-to-grasp performance levels, from initiated falls to real-time falling

*Evidence-based programs with supporting anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical expertise

*Perfect for physiotherapists, movement therapists, fitness trainers, and instructors of every movement method caring for the elderly and senior citizens.

A Mandate for Murder

A Mandate for Murder

The story of one of the most shocking political assassinations of the modern age, told for the first time through the intelligence reports that predated – and predicted – the violence to come.

On November 4, 1995, decades of fierce political conflict culminated in the violent assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

As the shock subsided and a nation mourned, hard questions began to surface – questions like how could this happen? Why? And perhaps most importantly – could it have been prevented?

For the first time, a troubling story of institutional incitement and deliberate escalation is revealed by a senior Israeli ISA officer who feared the worst – and was powerless to stop it.

Through detailed intelligence reports, pointed warnings and misleading information, former head of the ISA non-Arab subversion and espionage division, Hezi Kalo, unravels the years of anger and hatred that bred a remorseless killer, and the false sense of security that paved the way to tragedy.

  • Author: Eitan Posner HaLevy
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Escaping Budapest: A WW2 Historical Novel Based on a True Story

Budapest, winter 1944: As chaos and anarchy run rampant throughout Hungary, one family must endure impossible evils to escape Budapest with their lives.

When a drunken neighbor brings the ruthless Arrow Cross gendarme straight to their front door, the Levy family realizes their days in the city they once called home are numbered. After years of loyalty and community, a Christian neighbor's kindness saves their lives. Yet even simple kindness does not last long in Budapest.

To increase their chances of survival, the stronghearted Miriam Levy and her husband Istvan decide to split from their daughter, 17-year-old Magda – who attempts to save her newly wedded husband from certain death. And while Istvan finds shelter at the Swiss Embassy, Miriam is caught by a Hungarian mob, led by a sadistic young priest for whom the ends of a pure Hungary are enough to justify any means.

Based on true events, Escaping Budapest is a chilling, unputdownable novel of hope, strength, and kindness in the face of unimaginable cruelty and terror as the four members of the Levy family risk everything to survive to see the end of the war.

  • Author: Arie Blumenfeld
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Survivor From Block 19

Poland, 1943. Samuel is only sixteen when he arrives at the somber metal gates of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp. He is forced deep inside the camp with the few remaining survivors from his village. They march past the smoking crematoriums, toward their future, toward their fate. Toward Block 19.

Even at such a young age, the horrors of war are something Samuel knows all too well. Having lived through the liquidation of the Krakow Ghetto, he faced the brutality and cruelty of the Germans, fighting for his survival day by day. But Block 19 would test his bravery and endurance in ways he could never have imagined. Even if he survives, will he ever heal from the deep scars of such darkness?

The Survivor From Block 19 is the incredible true story of Samuel Blumenfeld and his extraordinary, heart-wrenching journey: from a small village in Poland to his survival of the death marches, the labor camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau and a surprising final confrontation with his worst nightmare – Adolf Eichmann himself.

  • Author: Jack Michonik
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

A Tale of a Colony – A Jewish Historical Fiction Novel

1960s, Lárida. In the tight-knit Jewish Latin American community of Lárida, everyone knows everyone and nobody’s business is their own. León Edri’s own history as an immigrant has taught him the importance of belonging to a community, and in his well-respected family, their Jewish heritage is above all else.

But among the younger generation of the little colony, heritage and history make way for other more important concerns, like independence. And love.

The colony is very important to León – but how much of what happens in it is he privy to? Even between his very own walls?

When forbidden love affairs and criminal pasts come to the surface, and the fractures in the façade begin to grow, Leon and the leaders of the community will have to face reality and accept, once and for all, the ultimate fate of their colony.


The Crowded Cosmos: A Definitive Review of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth

A comprehensive exploration of our search for life in the cosmos and its implications on understanding where we came from — and where we are headed.

Are we alone in the universe?

In mid-2021, the US Congress was presented with an unprecedented report on possible encounters with objects of unexplained origin, officially dubbed “Unidentified Arial Phenomena.”

With the official backing of scientific and defense communities, the possibility of a cosmos crowded with intelligent life grows ever more likely. But what would intelligent life beyond Earth look like? Could we even begin to comprehend it? How far are we from the definitive answer we’re looking for?

By examining the latest in cutting-edge astrophysical research, renowned astrophysicist Hagai Netzer and science author Ami Ben Bassat paint a uniquely comprehensive picture of the scientific revolution regarding the search for life on distant exoplanets: from the origin of biological life in our galaxy to the expanding search for extraterrestrial life, the far-reaching repercussions of space travel, and possible encounters with alien civilizations.

Riveting, original, and entertainingly thought-provoking, the unique concepts in The Crowded Cosmos challenge readers to ask a new set of questions about our life on the third planet from the Sun and the extraordinary possibilities of discovery in a crowded cosmos.

  • Author: Ofra Offer Oren
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Truths We Never Told: A Novel

A family’s best-kept secrets are about to be unraveled…

A seemingly ordinary family goes about their daily business: a picture of marital bliss and family intimacy.

But little do they know that their every step is being watched, documented, and reported back to one person, with one mission: to tear apart their carefully woven web of deceit.

A mother hiding a distressing past. Two separate cases of infidelity. And a long-kept secret that will make them question everything they’ve ever known.

The Truths We Never Told is a riveting page-turner laced with intrigue, conspiracy, and betrayal, and behind them all – regular people with regular lives, and the regular secrets they thought they could keep.

  • Author: Ido Sharon
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

Red Gold

To save the Earth, they must first land on the Red Planet.

Mars. The next frontier. When people talk about the Red Planet and human salvation, they talk about colonization [transference] – as if that is mankind’s only hope of surviving the ecological threats facing Earth. But they are wrong. The answer doesn’t lie in moving humanity across the stars to settle its red soil.

Rather, it is the Red Planet’s gold.

An astronomical discovery on the precipice of global calamity has set two scientists on the path to human salvation. Using their newfound knowledge, they are certain they can utilize Martian resources to solve Earth’s greenhouse crisis and spare the planet – and humankind along with it. But reaching Mars proves to be just one obstacle out of many, and their time is running out.

Will their resourcefulness be enough to save the planet, or are the odds stacked too high against them for mankind to survive?


The Second Life of Lilly Kimmel

She’s running away from her past. Can she shape herself a safer future?

Europe, 1921. When young, ambitious Lilly Kimmel finds herself alone and pregnant on a boat bound for South America, she is not merely off in search of adventure. In fact, Lilly is desperately escaping the life she left behind in her small hometown of Przemyśl in Poland.

Haunted by a failed marriage and irreparable damage to her reputation, she knows she must make a new life for herself – far away from the people who know her and those who hurt her. But no matter how far Lilly tries to run, her fate always seems to intertwine with theirs, beckoning the past into her future and threatening everything she is trying to build for herself and her family.

Estonia, 1995. Decades later, in a small restaurant in Estonia, a remarkable realization leads Ike Himmelschlager to a monumental discovery. What he learns about the secret life his late grandmother Lilly led will change everything he knew about the grandmother he loved – and everything he thought he knew about himself.

  • Author: Yecheskel Rubin
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

After the Darkest Hour

He survived the war, but never forgot it.


A slow-burning page-turner of hope, love, sacrifice, and justice for those left behind during humanity’s darkest hour.

Poland, 1948. It’s been years since the Second World War ended, but life in Poland hasn’t quite settled for Maria Zaneski. After losing her husband and son to the German labor camps, her only consolation from the horrors of war is her youngest daughter, Anna, whose childhood was sheltered from the terrible acts inflicted on her Jewish neighbors. Meanwhile, a chance meeting with a Jewish businessman holds the key to their salvation.

After years in exile, Olek Rabinovitch returns home to Poland in search of family members who may have survived the Nazi extermination machine. A courageous man with a keen sense of morality, Olek is tormented by his inaction during the War. He takes up residence in Maria’s rental apartment, where he and Anna quickly develop a unique partnership – further tightening the secret history that binds them.

Because aside from looking into his family’s fate, Olek’s homecoming has a darker, secret reason. One he cannot risk sharing with anyone—not even with Anna. Even as their relationship grows increasingly intimate, Olek’s past wounds refuse to heal. Not until his mission is finished, and justice for his fellow Jews can finally be served.

  • Author: Dorit Dvora Ben-Dor
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Ten Eternal Laws of Life

Freedom, fulfillment, and meaning. The Ten Eternal Laws of Life offers a groundbreakingly contemporary answer, channeling ancient wisdom for the modern age.

As the world grows increasingly complicated and overwhelming, it is not uncommon for us to feel out of control, perplexed, and shackled – wandering in search of our individual path to freedom. But the answer might come not from any new method – rather from the ancient wisdom of The Ten Commandments.

The Ten Eternal Laws of Life takes a revolutionary approach to the biblical Ten Commandments we all know, deciphering and reinterpreting them for the modern age. Using clear and concise language, author and spiritual mentor Dorit Dvora Ben-Dor takes us on a journey toward a wider understanding of the Ten Commandments – transforming the archaic guidelines into tools for profound personal development.

How does adultery stem from our own inner conflicts? What does the Sabbath have to do with introspection and self-awareness? And how do millennia-old texts refer to the modern concept of personal freedom?

By following the many vividly relatable examples throughout the book, we begin to unravel the authentic, holistic, and fulfilling approach to life – and what it means to follow the ten eternal laws.

  • Author: Susan Shalev
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The German Dressmaker: A WWII Historical Novel

World War II threatens to tear apart everything they’ve built together.

1937, Germany. Lily, a talented aspiring seamstress, falls head over heels in love with Heinrich, a charming major in Hitler’s Wehrmacht. Their love affair blossoms into a beautiful romance, and despite the growing fear of impending war, Lily dreams of the wonderful future they will have together.

But Heinrich has a secret – one that, if revealed, would put his life in grave danger. And now Lily’s, too.

As darkness takes over and secrets become harder to keep, the lovers are forced apart, lost to each other in a war-torn world. Devastated and alone, Lily is left to pick up the pieces of her life… the needle and thread in her hands the only comfort for her broken heart.

Inspired in part by true events, The German Dressmaker is the unforgettable, unputdownable, heart-wrenching story of a romance cut short by tragedy, two star-crossed lovers, and a war determined to keep them apart.

Perfect for fans of The Book of Lost NamesThe Girl You Left Behind, Kate Hewitt and Pam Jenoff.


The Mother You Knew

What would you do if your child was forcefully taken by the very person meant to love him and keep him safe?

Tara is on her way to pick up both her children from the airport following a visit with their father in America, but within seconds her happiness is replaced by the shocking realization that only her daughter returned.

Tara’s world is shattered as she’s thrust into the American legal system, determined to fight for her son.

In her effort to see him, Tara must race against time and embark on a perilous journey that involves getting past Naomi, her mentally disturbed sister who teams up with her son’s abductor to block Tara from meeting him.

Will Tara succeed?

Tara weaves a mesmerizing account of the horrific crime using fabrics of her own childhood and marriage. Painted in sharp vivid colors with the Mediterranean Sea as its backdrop, this page-turner spares no visceral details as it spans over European landscapes and cultures and some of America’s most prestigious locations.

Heart-wrenching at times in its sincerity, this compelling story evokes emotion and compassion that hold the reader in suspense to its very last page.

  • Author: Dr. Michal Prins
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

It’s My Pleasure: Unlocking Desire in Long-Term Relationships

Most couples know what they want. But they don’t know how to want it.

“Monogamy is the end of great sex.” Pop culture is always telling us about dreary monogamous partnerships – cheating husbands, reluctant wives, and zero passion. We’re inundated with clichés about long-term relationships and communication. Experts focus on what couples should want, but not on how they should get there. They’re always talking about willingness and consent. They forget about desire.

In It’s My Pleasure, revolutionary couples counselor and human sexuality expert Dr. Michal Prins presents a radical, practical method to invigorate your sex life in a long-term relationship. Drawing on her years of guiding couples past cultural and psychological barriers, Dr. Prins sets down the fundamentals of gratifying, satisfying sex.

Extensive, approachable, and as straightforward as it is eye-opening, It’s My Pleasure is an exceptional guide that aims to give couples the best sexual relationship they can have through one simple notion: Sex should be pleasurable.

  • Author: Ilan Arad
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Recruiter: A Thriller

He is a well-known director. She is an international model. Both are not who they seem to be.

For David, it was supposed to be just another commercial gig: pick up the talent, film the commercial, and get paid. Being a well-known film director and an infamous industry womanizer, David thought his only care in the world was his frequent vice of shadowy “massage parlors.” But that all changed when he met Isabella – a stunning model with secrets of her own.

Through Isabella, David becomes aware of the underbelly of the world he thought he knew: a world of sex work, human trafficking, violence, and questionable morality. As the tall, dark, and mysterious woman draws him closer, David must make a choice: He can walk away from all of it.

Or he can be recruited.

  • Author: Yigal Pinchas Ph.D
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Be Your Own Personal Trainer

Everything you need to achieve maximum gains is in the palm of your hand.

People exercise for a variety of reasons. Whether you are looking to lose weight, tone your muscles, improve your mobility, or gain an edge on the field, your individual goals should determine your training program, not the other way around. A well-informed training regimen and comprehensive holistic approach is the best way to achieve these goals while minimizing the risk of injury or failure. And you can make one yourself.

Backed by years of experience and scientific evidence, expert fitness trainer and veteran physical educator Yigal Pinchas, Ph.D., presents the most comprehensive and detailed guide to training in the gym available to date. Recognized by the Israel Defense Forces as the leading training and instruction manual for soldiers, Be Your Own Personal Trainer has been recommended by leading fitness organizations around the world since its initial publication.

Revised and optimized with the latest research in physical gym training, this edition includes:

*100+ specially designed exercises that target different muscle groups and cover various aspects of training, including stretches, cardio, aerobics, and effectively using multi-purpose machines.

*Over 300 fully illustrated original drawings that provide clear and precise instructions for optimal range of movement and technique.

*A scientifically supported, personally tailored training program designed specifically for you.

*Comprehensive instructions for building strength and stamina, improving flexibility, promoting muscle relaxation, and maintaining a balanced training and diet regimen.

*The “Five by Five” model: how integrated fitness components work, and their contribution to the development of sports skills.

*New proven methods for achieving training commitments and goals while minimizing the risk of injuries.

Professional and home gyms are becoming increasingly technologically sophisticated and efficient, which requires us to keep pace with them. To take advantage of these advancements and use them correctly, we must understand and internalize the science behind the physical and mental aspects of our workout routines and become our own personal trainers.

  • Author: Igal Sarna
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

A House to Call Home

An unforgettable memoir of a journalist in exile.

When confronted with the choice between living as a pariah in his homeland or escaping with his partner – Igal Sarna chose exile.

At 65, with a distinguished 35-years career as an investigative journalist in a country torn by national struggles, Sarna’s search for a place in the world brings him all the way to the tip of the European continent. Surrounded by lush lands and even more colorful characters, he finds his repose in Portugal, in an old house by the banks of the Alto Minho and the Atlantic Ocean.

Sarna – award-winning author, biographer, investigator, and publicist – begins to explore the history of both the house and the land it is built on. He reads Enrique Vila-Matas and Fernando Pessoa – the authors and poets that came before him – to help untangle Portugal’s mysteries. He unlocks the secrets of crumbling farmhouses and forgotten palaces, abandoned ashrams and deserted homes.

A House to Call Home is a love letter to Portugal, but also a story of exile. Prosaic in nature and hauntingly vivid, it tells of a man creating a new home for himself. It is an intimate and fascinating document, striking at the heart of the age-old longing for a place to call home.

  • Author: Oded Shefer
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Seer's Awakening

Karma, divinity, love, and self-reflection combine in an extraordinarily inspiring tale of transformation.

Haunted by traumatic events from his past, secret service interrogator Moshik Azulai encounters a group of individuals known only as “The Seers” – an ancient society claiming to be in direct contact with the divine. Equal parts suspicious and intrigued, Moshik convinces the group’s leader to let him join their ranks.

Harboring fear, hate, and distrust, Moshik must learn to cleanse both his body and soul before he is introduced to the Seers’ way of life. His initiation and the wisdom it entails will change not only Moshik’s life but the lives of all those he touches. The outcome is an engaging personal journey of overcoming physical and mental hardships.

The Seer’s Awakening offers timeless insights into the inner workings of our personal and collective worlds. At a time when countless people are living with uncertainty and despair, Moshik’s inspiring journey opens the door to personal self-reflection, compassion, forgiveness, and most importantly – healing.


  • Author: Dr. Eyal Matan
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

It Goes Without Selling

Learn how to negate resistance, circumvent defenses, and disarm excuses by harnessing the most influential power in sales – the subconscious mind.

Experience teaches us that the only notable difference between a successful and unsuccessful sale has nothing to do with the product – but with communication. A successful salesman knows what to say and when to say it to convince customers that they need his product. But an ultra-successful salesman knows he doesn’t need to convince the customer at all. He needs to convince their subconscious.

In It Goes Without Selling, expert business strategist Eyal Matan explores the dramatic benefit of influencing the subconscious mind to become a more effective salesperson. By understanding how the subconscious mind works and learning to tap into its power, salespeople can more effectively persuade potential customers and close deals.

Through a combination of scientific research and practical examples, Matan provides readers with a range of techniques and strategies for influencing the subconscious, including the use of storytelling, body language, and suggestion. Along the way, the author also covers common pitfalls to avoid and provides tips for developing a successful mindset as a salesperson.

It Goes Without Selling offers a unique and valuable perspective on the art of sales and is sure to be a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their sales skills – and transform interested prospects into paying clients.

  • Author: Shai Gelber
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Laugh It Up: Using Humor to Improve Your Health, Wealth, and Happiness

Global humor expert Shai Gelber reveals the #1 tool to dealing with all the things you should – and shouldn’t laugh about.

No one denies the incredible power of laughter and humor, with extensive research showing its beneficial properties to our well-being. It boosts confidence, diffuses stress, and is a massive part of our social structure.

So why aren’t we using it where it counts?

In Laugh it Up, professional humor expert Shai Gelber draws on years of research, practical experience, and inspiring accounts of success from across the globe to demonstrate just how crucial humor is to our general well-being and, more importantly, how we can apply it to promote our health, wealth, and our happiness and satisfaction.

Far more than a simple coping mechanism, humor can be the greatest tool in your arsenal for almost any situation in life. With (most) jokes aside, Gelber takes a serious approach to the subject and unpacks several underlying theories: Why we laugh at some things but not others; how humor moves and connects people; what mechanisms comedians use that we can apply; and how to develop your own “humoristic” philosophy.

We all strive to move up in the world. We want to be happier, richer, healthier – but worrying is not what will help get us there. Whether you're looking to improve your communication skills, boost your creativity, or simply have more fun – laughter is the best way up.

  • Author: Mati Seri
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

52 Weeks of Devotion

Let the light into your life with a year of blissful worship.

No matter how close we wish to be to our faith and with God, the Bible can sometimes feel overwhelming. 52 Weeks of Devotion helps you study God’s Word and the wondrous lessons of the Old Testament in short, 15-minute segments to be read weekly.

Although thousands of years old, the Bible remains powerfully relevant to our lives today, and there is so much to learn and discover. The guided reading passages, fascinating stories, and thought-provoking ideas will make it easier than ever to incorporate inspiration and reflection into your daily life – and bring you closer to your faith and the Creator than ever.

Through the inspiring stories of Genesis, intrigues of Exodus, lessons of Leviticus, enlightenment of Numbers, and insights of Deuteronomy, scripture and prayer will fill your heart each and every day.

  • Author: Yitzhak Segman
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Question of Choice

A revolutionary approach to free will and the human consciousness.

For centuries, the question of free will has been at the forefront of philosophical thought, tackled and questioned endlessly by humanity’s greatest thinkers. Science claims that information isn’t lost in the universe. On the other hand, it doesn’t accept the assumption that there is life after death. So, where does all the information man accumulate during his life, go?

We all want to believe that we are responsible for our own actions and have a measure of control over our lives. And yet, science, philosophy, and even religion thus far have not offered a satisfying explanation. It might be surprisingly simpler than we think.

In a refreshing and illuminating new take on a subject so central to human life, The Question of Choice delicately examines free will through a broad spectrum of disciplines – integrating history, philosophy, science, and metaphysics to provide a groundbreaking explanation that will challenge everything we’ve thought to this day.

  • Author: Galit Ben-Ami
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The Hoarfrost King: An Epic Coming of Age Fantasy Novel

A thousand years ago, a savior was born to unite a broken realm. She failed.

Five elements, five kingdoms. The delicate balance governing the magical land of Terah was hard-won by the blood of its people. But greed can be a dangerous ally, and when peace was finally within their reach, the cold-hearted king of Navara betrayed the rest – usurping the magical powers of all other kingdoms for himself. His tyrannical rule lasted a millennium.

Lexi and Jimmy live in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, completely unaware of Terah’s woes and its people’s plight. When a mysterious artifact finds its way to them, the two childhood friends discover the important role they must play in the liberation of Terah’s kingdoms. Guided by the fabled Eye of Truth, and surrounded by surprising allies and fearsome foes alike, Lexi and Jimmy’s choices tie their fates with that of Terah and its magical inhabitants.

But a secret kept deep within the icy peaks of Navara threatens to extinguish Lexi’s resolve. A secret of a prophecy, a thousand years in the making. Because much like Terah, Lexi too is much more than meets the Eye.

  • Author: Debbie Matzkin
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Surviving My Mother

One of Debbie Matzkin’s earliest memories is her mother’s attempt to murder her while she slept.

Ever since she was a little girl, Debbie Matzkin lived a double life. In one, she lived the perfect life as the pampered only child of a European-born aristocratic family, never wanting for anything. But in the other, she was living in the deep, dark shadow of her mother. Her violent, abusive, torturing mother.

Deep inside their 14,000-square-foot mansion, surrounded by housekeepers and the finest things in life, Debbie was abused, choked, and beaten within an inch of her life – all while keeping up appearances for the outside world. Only the years and her mother’s passing helped her put things in perspective, opening up a unique path of healing.

Surviving My Mother is the harrowing, candid, beautiful story of a woman’s quest to survive, a mother’s quest to heal, and a daughter’s quest to forgive. Debbie Matzkin shares the lifesaving lessons she learned, how she was able to find happiness in even the darkest of depths, and how she ultimately reclaimed her future.

  • Author: Eran Nitzan
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Next Hundred Years' War

How the looming war between Beijing and the White House threatens every citizen of the world – and what they can do about it.

The power struggle between the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China is decades-old but more relevant than ever. The battleground between the red giant to the east and the blue giant to the west has grown to encapsulate all manner of political agendas – from the Chinese manufacturing revolution to climate policies, global military and defense strategies, and nuclear and economic development. In the next hundred years, it will slowly but surely devolve into a full-fledged war.

Global economic expert Eran Nitzan has worked with both Chinese and American authorities during his decades-long career as an Israeli diplomat and economic attaché to the US. Having a unique vantage point on both parties' mindsets and incentives, The Next Hundred Years' War offers an unbiased, in-depth look into the many direct and indirect influences of the conflict of the 21st century. Nitzan sheds light on these critical issues and demonstrates how both countries challenge and transform each other; what truly lies at the base of their enmity; and exactly how and why even countries that don't actively take part in their struggle are not exempt from its consequences.

  • Author: Michal Ben Gal
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Orphans' Home: Inspiring Stories From Janusz Korczak's Orphanage

Warsaw, World War II. The streets are empty and the atmosphere is grim, but from a spacious, white building with sun streaming in through the windows, children’s laughter can be heard.

The Children’s Home is a sanctuary – a safe haven, school, and a place to call home for Jewish orphan children with nowhere else to go. Under the kind and perceptive eyes of caregiver Janusz Korczak, 107 children thrive and bring life to a city ravaged by war.

In 25 inspiring and heartwarming stories, the incredible and almost forgotten life and educational work of Janusz Korczak, the father of orphans, come to light. With little to no resources in one of the darkest of times, Korczak built an educational system based on respect, trust, and cooperation, which we have much to learn from, even today.

  • Author: Uzi Eilam
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Red Vengeance: A Slow-Burning Mossad Political Thriller

If you wish for peace… Be ready for vengeance.

Gideon Ben-Ari is officially retired, trading the exciting life of global counterterrorism for a career as an international security expert. He is confident that the fate of Israel and the free world is safe in the hands of his successors – his innovative daughter Noam, her genius husband Dan, and their common friend “Erik” – son of Iranian doctor Nimer al-Khaldi, Gideon’s nemesis-turned-collaborator.

But in a world like Gideon’s, nothing lasts forever – especially peace.

Still recuperating from its failure in the Vatican, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps decides to enlist a new deadly ally in its quest for revenge against the Mossad – and against Gideon himself. Led by Dr. Madani, who heads a secret missile program, they turn to one superpower with enough military strength to help challenge the West – Russia.

Upon learning of the new axis surrounding the Middle East, the CIA and Mossad enlist Gideon and his company to foil a dangerous plot that might cost millions of lives. Combining new technological advancements and page-turning political drama, Gideon Ben-Ari’s new adventure puts him dead in the center of his most perilous mission yet – stopping an unstoppable force from assassinating both agencies’ top brass.

  • Author: Miri Merin Freilich
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Partisan From Vilna

She fought for freedom. She fought to survive. But she also fought for love.

1939. As tensions in Europe rise, young and outspoken Eva prepares for her second year at the Institute of Jewish Studies in Warsaw. Witnessing the rising danger for Jews everywhere, her only hope was that war would not come to her small community in western Poland, right by the German border. But when the war ultimately breaks out, it’s Eva’s courage and resourcefulness that pave her way to freedom.

At a time when most are expected to give into their fates, Eva decides to take the reins into her own hands. After escaping to the city of Vilna, Eva joins the underground Jewish resistance, together with Mirka and David – two resistance fighters whose loyalty is matched only by their fearlessness. With them by her side, Eva is certain their actions can change the tides of war.

But war is not the only challenge they need to overcome, and as Eva’s reputation as a partisan grows, so does the relationship between Mirka and David.

As the three move from mission to mission, sabotaging German railways and power lines and evading the German forces, Eva comes to realize her own feelings toward David. Is tragedy inevitable, or can their love and friendship survive the most terrible war in history?

Based on the awe-inspiring true story of one of the first female partisans, The Partisan From Vilna is an unforgettable testament to the incredible courage, willpower, and passion in the face of the greatest of evils.


Vulvacious: Embracing Female Sexuality and Sexual Freedom

For as long as we can remember, female sexuality has been barricaded behind layers of taboo and shame, fear, and suppression—but no more. Vulvacious, Michal Cohen Simha’s groundbreaking book, opens both women and men to the possibilities of stress-free sexuality.

Cohen Simha leads her readers through an emotional, empowering journey of recognition and reconnection with their sexual energies. Through her empowered vulva workshop, countless women have learned what it means to be vulvacious: free, relaxed, powerful, confident, and inspired – both in and out of the bedroom.

With moving stories of personal transformations followed by practical tips readers can work through at their own pace, Cohen Simha and her book hoist the banner of education and enlightenment that will vastly improve not only the sexual but the overall quality of readers’ lives.

  • Author: Shlomit Miron
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

Where Orange Blossoms Grow: A Novel

A poignant, adventurous novel of passions extinguished and rekindled, as one woman discovers all the miracle falling in love needs is a single spark.

"The truth is magic; everything else is an illusion."

When Nava Greenberg, a retired widow, first meets the aging mentalist Izzy Shapira, she cannot make heads or tails of him. While her life is routine, his is spontaneous and rare. While she lives day-by-day, he lives for every second. He is impulsive, childlike… and mesmerizing.

Together with Izzy, Nava slowly leaves the comfort of her "island" – the small apartment that kept her safe and isolated from the world. And as their relationship flourishes, so do Nava's self-image and esteem. Izzy's wild, unbound lifestyle sends Nava on a series of adventures that span seas and continents in a saga she had never even dared to dream of.

But even men like Izzy have secrets, and when his secret finally bubbles up to the surface, it threatens not only Nava's newfound independence but also her blissful hopes for their shared future together, where the orange blossoms grow.

Humor, pain, and longing mix together as Nava and Izzy's story unfolds. Where Orange Blossoms Grow is a passionate tale of courage and second chances – and the miraculous journeys of love that follow.

  • Author: Shalva Hessel
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Passion Undercover in Tehran

Never underestimate just how dangerous a woman on a mission can be.

Sally Amir never wanted to be a spy.

The life of covert espionage was forced upon her the day she discovered her husband was not, in fact, a simple embassy attaché – but a top-secret spy for the Israeli Mossad.

But now, undercover in Tehran, posing as a businesswoman and tasked with infiltrating the highest levels of the Iranian government, is not the time to ponder the life choices that led her there.

With nothing but a tenuous cover story to protect her, Sally rises in the ranks to gain the trust of some of the most dangerous terrorists in the world. Sally’s loyalty to her country never wavers – but she soon realizes she may be in over her head in this complicated world of politics, corruption, and suspicion.

And by the time she understands the true danger of having her cover compromised… it might be too late to get herself out.

Brimming with sensational dramatics and heart-stopping twists, Passion Undercover in Tehran is the shocking true story of a woman-turned-spy whose life takes a sharp turn in the wake of tragedy. Secret missions, passionate romantic encounters, non-stop danger, and behind them all, a strong woman forging her own destiny.

  • Author: Dr. Oz Guterman
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Home Smart – How Homeschooled Children Become Confident, Independent Adults

As the world shifts and changes, our education system must reinvent itself.

The 21st century presents new and complicated challenges for our younger generations, challenges that the traditional, outdated education system is no longer sufficient to prepare them for. So, what is the future of education? How can we give our children the knowledge and skills they require to be self-sufficient, successful adults?

If school smart is no longer good enough – teach them to be Home Smart.

Homeschooling is a rapidly growing practice in the Western world, and understandably so. The flexibility, innovation, and stability that homeschooling affords parents and children alike make it a wonderfully effective and truly diverse method of education.

This groundbreaking book examines the fascinating causes behind the rise in homeschooling, addresses the emotional, social, and intellectual implications of choosing to educate your children at home, and provides tools, advice, and positive encouragement to parents interested in joining and embracing the future of education.

  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Terminal Chase

Just when he thought it’s game over, he gets pulled right back into a new adventurous chapter.

The mundane life of Emil Dreyfus is shaken by a sudden prospect he did not expect to find so early into his thirties: Blood Cancer.

Bemused, Emil decides to drown his sorrows at a local bar, where he is unexpectedly approached by Jenny – a stunning woman hiding a devastating secret of her own. After spending a blissful night together, Emil feels that perhaps his luck has miraculously changed.

But his happiness is short lived.

The following day Jenny is found dead, and Emil finds himself at the center of a nationwide conspiracy. Soon after he is trapped in a loop of drug smuggling rings, rogue secret agents, and high stakes call girls, all leading to one direction: the President of the United States.

Together with his spunky journalist friend Carmen Gold, Emil must fight a double battle for his life, with more than his own on the line. Will the two live to see another day, or will this terminal chase be their last?

  • Author: Maet Yael Or
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

A Tale of Love and Fire

She must save the physical world. But before she can do that – she has to save her soul.

Our world is built on two opposites – Love, and War.

Zyo8 is a Pure Soul, gifted with mental powers and abilities beyond comprehension. Just like all other Perfect Souls, Zyo8’s mission is to reincarnate into our world, and develop her skills by finding and overcoming her soul’s inner conflicts. Under the tutelage of her Eternal Master, Zyo8 shows great promise… If she can just keep her ego in check.

When the physical world is enslaved by corporeal whims and desires, a group of Pure Souls dubbed the First Mission is sent down to rectify humanity’s path. But as contact with the First Mission is lost, Zyo8’s potential is finally put to the test: rescue the First Mission, save humanity – and find the true meaning of Love and freedom.

A Tale of Love and Fire is a fast-paced adventure with an innovative story and charismatic characters that take readers on a journey of the discovery of the soul.

  • Author: Malka Adler
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Polish Girl

In the eye of the war

That tore the world apart

A mother wants a son

A daughter needs a mother

Winter 1939: Danusha and her family are forced to flee their home when the Nazis invade Poland. Danusha’s mother, Anna, changes her name and secures a position as a housekeeper in a German doctor’s mansion in Kraków where Gestapo meetings are hosted in the kitchen…

Her secret is their salvation, but what Danusha remembers most is the solitude, with only her baby brother and the girl in the mirror for company.

All Anna ever wanted was a firstborn son. All Danusha ever wanted was a mother who would love her like a firstborn son. Instead she got one who could look a Nazi straight in the eye but not into the eyes of her own daughter.

It is only years later, when their neighbours gather in the living room to hear Anna’s stories, that Danusha finally realises her mother was never a cold unknowable sea but a storm-wracked sky – sometimes bright, sometimes dark, and always watching over her.

The Polish Girl is a heartbreaking and unforgettable historical novel by the author of international bestseller The Brothers of Auschwitz – perfect for fans of Antonio Iturbe and Edith Eger.

  • Author: Zipi Kobrinski
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Success

Turn struggles into success with a revolutionary new approach to raising children with ADHD.

Children with ADHD are no strangers to frustration – and neither are their parents. Raising kids with ADHD is a true struggle, especially when we can’t seem to “fix” the traits that we sometimes see as “broken.”

However, when we praise focus, organization, and academic abilities as the most important skills, we lose sight of equally important things like intelligence, curiosity, and creativity. Our children need to focus on success, not on failure, and these are exactly the qualities that are the blessing of ADHD. When nurtured and encouraged, these children can do more than just manage – they can thrive.

Author Zipi Kobrinski, a long-time ADHD coach and mother herself, encourages readers to stop thinking about how our children can succeed despite ADHD, and start imagining just what they can achieve thanks to ADHD.

Optimistic and down-to-earth, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Success offers a refreshing approach to provide parents and professionals with practical tools such as:

  • How to create a supportive home environment for your child
  • How to embrace the gifts and advantages that come with a scattered mind
  • How to encourage children with ADHD to realize their full potential
  • And how to overcome the stigmas and turn struggles into success

With decades of experience coaching children and families with ADHD, Zipi Kobrinski’s knowledge and expertise is a beacon of hope for any parent or therapist looking for a contemporary, effective approach to help children with ADHD reach their fullest potential.

  • Author: Boris J. Kurland
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Chippendale

Whom can you trust in a city where no one is innocent?

To help pay for his father’s medical bills, Las Vegas Chippendale Dima Chernobelsky takes on an unusual private gig packed full of Los Angeles’s big names. It’s there he receives an enticing offer from movie star Stella Margolin that leaves him a potential heir to a massive fortune. It also makes him the target of very powerful people.

But Dima is not the only one walking around the city of sins with a bullseye on his back. Desiree Grant, wife of cutthroat lawyer Tommy Grant, cannot conceive and believes her husband is unfaithful. She hires the services of Dr. Nicholas Green, head of a surrogacy center and a pathological gambler for the first problem. For the second, she turns to Phil Williams – a PI with more ties to Tommy Grant and Dr. Green than Desiree knows.

Linda Bright is a woman without a past. Believing that notorious lawyer Tommy Grant has all the answers she’s looking for, Linda is ready to do anything to make him more… cooperative. By any means necessary.

Greed, lust, and a surprising twist fuel Boris Kurland’s The Chippendale as it masterfully follows its seemingly disparate group of characters. As they try to outsmart and outmaneuver each other, unseen hands pull their strings ever closer, influencing them through the one thing they all have in common—a secret none of them know.

  • Author: Dr. Meron Barak
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Restless Children

Modern problems require modern solutions – and the anthroposophic pedagogical approach is a key to overcoming childhood ADHD and anxiety.

Attention Deficit and anxiety disorders in children have been in consistent growth over the last four decades and have become the most prevalent disorders in school-aged children. Despite this worrying rise, we have yet to find a solution to either of these disorders within the medical and pedagogical systems.

Restless Children presents a groundbreaking approach to helping children with Attention Deficits or anxiety disorders thrive in school and in family life. Dr. Barak, an experienced physician, ADD and ADHD specialist, and psychotherapist, bases his proven method on a holistic approach that integrates medicine and anthroposophic pedagogy.

Rooted in the anthroposophic approach to child development and anthroposophic medicine, this book offers parents, teachers, doctors, and therapists crucial information and step-by-step solutions to ensure that every child suffering from ADHD or an anxiety disorder is empowered to reach their full potential.

Dr. Meron Barak draws from his rich experience of over thirty years as a doctor, ADD and ADHD specialist, and senior psychotherapist, as well as contemporary research in the field, to gather insights, tips, and practical tools based on the anthroposophic pedagogical approach, integrative and anthroposophic medicine approach to dealing with these common modern childhood disorders.

His book includes an in-depth introduction into the anthroposophic approach to child development, an in-depth description of ADHD and anxiety disorders and practical advice, making it a wonderful guide for anyone in the world of parenting, education, or therapy.

  • Author: Liat Levi-Kopelman
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Girl, You’re the Boss!

Girls are smart, capable, kind, and amazing. They have so much strength inside them and can grow up to be confident and successful women.

We, their parents and loved ones, have the power to help our girls grow up loving themselves and being caring and generous to others, knowing how to set boundaries and take care of themselves all while accomplishing their goals and dreams.

Girl, You’re the Boss! will give girls and teens the confidence and practical tools to be themselves at their very best. Built as an engaging mother-daughter workbook, both girls and their moms will learn:

  • How to love themselves for who they are
  • Important social skills, both in person and online
  • How to discuss and solve problems openly and without judgment
  • How to dream big and achieve even bigger
  • And everything they need to know to be the awesome boss of their own world.
  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Holy Grail Code

A revolutionary idea. A peerless investigator. And a race to find the truth about God on Earth…

Veteran investigative journalist Ilana Perez has seen her fair share of the unusual and the unexplained. As the reporter and producer of “As a Matter of Fact”, TV’s number one investigative expose’ program, she deals with bizarre occurrences and strange incidents in the same eloquent and well-groomed manner as she does her personal life.

When a freak plane crash leaves five people dead without explanation, Perez’s journalistic instincts push her to question its causes. Unknowingly, she dives headfirst into a rabbit hole of deception and conspiracy, going back over two thousand years – to the legendary Holy Grail, and the legacy of God on Earth.

Five anonymous graves, a DNA test, and a blood-red trail lead Perez and her team to the best kept secret in history locked deep inside the holy land’s hidden vaults. Surrounded by intelligence officers, high-ranking clergymen, and unprecedented political powers, Perez and her team slowly learn how some secrets are better left undisturbed.

  • Author: Jean-Pierre Lévy
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Israel: a Gigantic Small Country

Jean-Pierre Lévy’s love affair with Israel began in 1962 and lasts to this day. In his book, the former marketing executive, Harvard alumnus, and war veteran discusses Israel, the “gigantic, small country,” while directing his words to those who are too often unaware of what the Holocaust was and know little about the toils of the only Jewish state. In a relationship that is both historical and educational, the author presents them with Israel’s greatest achievements. A man of dialogue, he also endeavors to offer this book as a message of peace to Holocaust deniers and anti-Zionists.

Trained in marketing at HEC and then at Harvard business school, Jean-Pierre Lévy works tirelessly to raise Israel’s profile across the globe. As a member of the French Committee for Yad Vashem, he helps preserve the memory of the victims of the Holocaust throughout France and Europe.

  • Author: Margalit Ganor
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Light Through the Storm

A perilous journey through the unthinkable. A riveting story of hope and survival. Can their faith shield them against unbridled hatred?

August, 1942. When they realize the danger of remaining under the rule of the Nazi occupation, Dr. Leon Schmelzer, his wife Donya, and their baby daughter attempt to flee Romania under the cover of darkness. Joining a dozen other brave souls, they hastily board a small ship, leaving behind family, friends, and the only life they ever knew – for a slim chance at survival.

But their path to freedom does not sail over smooth waters.

As endless waves threaten to drown what little hope they have, the desperate refugees find that the hatred in the hearts of men is more terrifying than any force of nature. And when they are shipwrecked and taken captive in a foreign land, Leon’s own faith and resolve are put to the ultimate test. Can he find the courage and resourcefulness to protect his wife and only daughter?


Not Bad For a Woman

I Don’t Know How She Does It meets The Big Short in a smart and racy debut with a uniquely brazen heroine.

It’s the end of the sweet, sweet 1990s, and I’m surrounded by success. Meaning, everyone around me is successful. I’m just the one who builds them up, so to speak. I’m caught in the middle of the emerging (testosterone-filled) hi-tech bubble, having to climb figurative (and literal) mountains just to get a “thank you.” Don’t you worry, though – I’m down with handling other people’s money for profit. You think I got it made? You try juggling a company, a husband, a family, clients, children, contractors, and an especially talkative cat in the middle of a global crisis.

Biting and uncompromising, D.R. Braun’s take on the power of assertive women in a male-dominant industry and the economic struggles that led to the 2008 crisis holds no punches, shining a bright light on the dramatic life of a modern working mom.

  • Author: Dr. Maya Wizel
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Neckerchief Revolution

Education innovator and international expert Maya Wizel showcase the dramatic “full-scale change” required for designing better, more relevant education systems for all.

The so called “formal” and “nonformal” education systems are seemingly polar opposites. Where one system is didactic and academically oriented, the other is more flexible, and oriented towards problem-solving and social skills. Both systems can undoubtedly work simultaneously toward the same goal – but can they coexist together under one roof? What can formal educators in schools and in higher education adopt and learn from the experience of non-formal educators?

Through her methodical yet poignant research, lifelong education innovator Dr. Maya Wizel demonstrates how the values of youth movements, summer camps, and other non-formal educational settings can help guide the new generation of educators and policy makers. She brings the voices of educators who “crossed over” from the non-formal to the formal system, carrying with them values and practices that help fulfill and advance the current goals of formal education systems.

In her groundbreaking book, Dr. Wizel draws upon her extensive 25+ years of experience in various global education systems to demonstrate how the practical tools of non-formal education can have a profound impact by:

  • Increasing learner engagement and motivation through providing more choice.
  • Developing competencies, including creativity and teamwork, that are essential for the 21st century.
  • Empowering students to become self-directed learners.
  • Expanding the range of teaching methods through promoting active learning.
  • Improving communication skills and fostering positive relationships through enhanced dialogue.

Appealing and engaging for any educationally inclined reader, The Neckerchief Revolution is a concise, comprehensive look on the cutting-edge practices at the foreground of independent learning and futureproof education.


The Light of Reason

Her illness almost destroyed her life. It ended up giving her hope.

At the height of her professional career, groundbreaking immunologist Dr. Tamar Jehuda Cohen was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain aneurism. While doctors debated where and how they will operate, open, and remove parts of her brain, Tamar’s thoughts wander on the procedure’s effects on her mind – and her soul.

In the blink of an eye, Tamar’s professional life as a researcher, inventor, entrepreneur, lecturer, and scientist, built over twenty long years – was lost. In its place came epilepsy, severe pain, loss of speech, and other impossible obstacles imposed by complex brain surgeries.

Yet for Tamar, the aneurism was a godsend and a revelation. In the light of the struggles it brings, she found the energy and strength to grow, develop—and eventually, heal. With remarkable resilience, tenacity, vision, and hope; with plenty of compassion and zero self-pity, The Light of Reason is a life-affirming, courage-inspiring road through a mind faced with its own mortality, and the inner peace that lies within every single one of us.

  • Author: Ruth Eshel
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Underground Engineer

A first-of-its-kind portrait of the life of Colonel Jenka Ratner – from his dazzling cross-continental adventures to his lifesaving inventions, and the founding of one of the most prolific defense Institute in history.

Palestine, 1942. As the flames of war blaze across Europe, brilliant young engineer Evgeni Ratner – “Jenka” to his friends – is recruited by the British Admiralty to fight the threat. As a member of the esteemed scientific division, he works tirelessly to create the weapon that will help defeat the German forces – but as a member of the underground Jewish resistance, Jenka knows his conflicting allegiance, might make him the target of the very people he serves.

Part sprawling historical saga, part fascinating historical adventure document, The Underground Engineer is based on the real story of the founding father of Israel’s top defense agency, Jenka Ratner: army brat, troublemaking student, fearless motorcycle adventurer and above all – brilliant inventor, whose work changed the course of history.

  • Author: Adi Zusman
  • Language: English
  • Category: בישול ובריאות

You Gut This

Taking on IBS, Crohn’s, Colitis, or any other digestive ailment? You Gut This.

The difficulties and discomforts surrounding digestion ailments usually involve different pills, diets, checkups, or even surgical intervention. Those changes can be hard to digest, to say the least. But in You Gut This, the professional, multifaceted guide from clinical dietitian Adi Zusman RD, you can find a new way to care, treat, and alleviate digestive distress, and soothe your disorder back into deep remission.

Based on the groundbreaking combination of western and integrative medicine, Zusman’s Gastro-Integrative module provides a clear path through the foundation and true purpose of our digestion system, and its deeply rooted relationship with your mental and emotional state. Learn how reducing stress, physical therapy, and positive motivation can transform any digestive disorder – and your life.

  • Readily accessible information on each and every digestive ailment, from causes to potential remedies.
  • Inspiring testimonies and case studies of deep remission in even the worse cases of Crohn’s, colitis, and other disorders.
  • Delicious and nutritious menus and recipes – adjusted specifically for every stage of your ailment.
  • Practical dietary recommendations derived from over 30 years of clinical experience.

Prepare for a healthier, happier lifestyle. You Gut This.

  • Author: Pini Elazary
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Danger Within

Mossad Agent Avner Ehrlich is a serial rulebreaker, but whenever the need for a dangerous top-secret operation arises, he is the Israeli Mossad’s first pick. But what happens when the hunter becomes the hunted, and Ehrlich finds himself an enemy target?

Avner Ehrlich stands before the most cunning enemy he has ever faced – an enemy with innovative and sophisticated methods, That conceal the danger within…

Imad Akbariyah, a rising star in Al-Qaeda’s chain of command, recruits a fellow Palestinian doctor to perform surgeries on terrorist Shahids and implant their bodies with plastic explosives that allow them to move freely through any security check or device. Imad will never forget the day when his father was killed in front of his eyes by an Israeli commando officer. Years later, he seeks to avenge his father’s death at any cost and dreams of the day when he will finally get his revenge on the man responsible.

As the violent chases intensify, a blood-soaked war is only a matter of time. The personal encounter between the two rivals is inevitable – and Ehrlich is fighting not only to prevent the killing of innocent lives, but to save his own.

  • Author: Esther Goldberg
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Talking ADHD – The Breakthrough Guide To Understanding, Empowering, and Communicating Without Judgement

A clinical psychologist offers a groundbreaking, scientifically backed guide for parents of children with ADHD.

Parenting a child diagnosed with ADHD is a unique challenge. Thrust into the role of parent-therapist, most experience the extreme frustration of not knowing quite how to communicate with their children. They can’t fully understand. They can’t speak the exclusive language of ADHD.

Talking ADHD throws a lifeline to millions of parents, caregivers, and therapists. It helps them navigate a prevalent and defining, yet often misunderstood, phenomena of the modern age.

Esther Goldberg, an expert clinical and educational psychologist with over 40 years of experience, has developed a highly acclaimed therapeutic approach. Down-to-earth, holistic, and practical, this comprehensive guidebook will enable therapists and parents to adapt their communications skills to the specific needs of those coping with ADHD.

Among other things, learn how to:

  • Empower your child
  • Employ mindful, non-judgmental communication
  • Be more accepting and inclusive
  • Speak in clear and precise language
  • And most of all – understand and help them be understood.

Follow and discover how to reach your child the way they need you to. This unique, one-of-a-kind language prompts children and adults alike to better understand, explain, and express themselves. As you learn their language, you will watch your kids improve their life skills, strengthen their relationships, gain a boost in self-confidence, and most importantly: believe in themselves.

  • Author: Maya C. Klinger
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Photographer's Son: A WW2 Historical Novel, Based on a True Story of a Jewish Holocaust Survivor

Winner of the “Yad Vashem” World Holocaust Remembrance Center award for educational Enterprises.

A book for young readers about a family of photographers during the Holocaust, told from the perspective of the five-year-old son.

1941: World War II is raging, and the Nazi regime is spreading fear in the hearts of Jews throughout Europe. Moshe Mandil, a Jewish photographer, quickly realizes that the life of his family will never be the same again, but he refuses to accept this new reality.

Together with his wife and their two little children, Moshe makes plans to board a train with counterfeit documents in hand and regain their freedom.

But his plan goes terribly wrong and before the train can leave the station, a German officer pulls the family off the carriage, accusing them of the worst crime – being Jews.

Will Moshe be able to save his family?

This book was written especially for a younger audience and is told from the perspective of the five-year-old son. This is the true story of the Mandil family, who were saved by Albanian Muslims. A moving story, where friendship, love and hope overcome pure evil.

  • Author: Nir Kunik
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Formula: Simplifying your Path to Success

Each of us is unique, with our own backgrounds, circumstances, hopes and dreams. But, ultimately, we’re all after the same things: physical and mental health, professional success, fulfilling relationships, and wealth.

While these may seem like individual problems requiring individual solutions, and indeed they are often treated as such, at their base these aspirations have a lot in common. If we were to address these issues at the source, rather than simply treat each symptom on its own, our lives could become infinitely more fulfilling.

This book outlines, in detail, the factors that make up the formulas for ultimate success in the main areas of life.

Nir Kunik lists the ingredients and offers the recipes on how to create your own financial independence, physical and mental health, peak fitness, professional success, happiness, strong relationships, and a spiritual life with a true sense of meaning and purpose. Each of the seven main chapters introduces you to a formula made up of 4-8 simple, concrete steps, easily and immediately applicable to your daily routine.

The Formula is your key to happiness, success, and fulfilling your dreams.

  • Author: Erez Bahar
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

How 2 How: Design Methodology 4 Designers

There are lots of design methodologies on how to do this or that.

Here is a new concept and model on How to How this or that.

How2How is the essential design methodology book that introduces the brand-new concept of Design Engineering, combining Design Thinking with Design Making. The How2How methodology guides readers through all stages of the design process: from abstract to an idea, and finally to a solution which suits a targeted audience in any design field or application for a designed purpose.

Combining the classic 5Ws with basic mathematical logic, How2How’s innovative formulas are the perfect tools for:

  • Design Industry professionals searching for the right mindset toolbox.
  • Design Academic teachers and lecturers looking for concise, encompassing teaching materials.
  • C-level executives looking to inspire and communicate with employees and bring their visions to fruition.
  • Design Students looking to make their first steps into creative thinking.

How2How is an integration of 25 years hands-on communication design experience with 15 years of head-on academic lecturing, workshopping, and syllabus writing. Tested and developed at the HiT Design Faculty, Visual Communication Department, the methodology was shown to improve students’ level of performance, as well as industry projects and OEM workshops.


Objections, Misdemeanors, and Speeding Seniors: Stories From the Traffic Judge’s Courtroom

With an introduction by Caught in Providence’s own Judge Frank Caprio

Get ready for case overloads, bizarre proceedings, rulings, regulations, and the most creative excuses this side of the bench. If you haven’t had the pleasure already—and according to statistics, you should have—welcome to traffic court. Hope you have your driver’s license handy.

After presiding over Jerusalem’s traffic court for nearly twenty years, retired Judge Abraham Tennenbaum paints an eye-opening picture of the global phenomenon that is traffic court. At times hilarious, insightful and compassionate, and as impartial as humanly possible, Objections, Misdemeanors, and Speeding Seniors is a unique account of the great social equalizer, hailed by TV’s Judge Frank Caprio as “delightful and engaging.”

  • Author: Ehud Palmor
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Sisters We Were: A Novel

Three sisters grapple with jealousy and conflict, in a tour-de-force saga about the remarkable in the mundane and the importance of family.

November rolls in again, and Dana Epstein takes the same winding path back to her childhood home in the country where her mother and sisters wait for their annual family gathering. It’s a place of bittersweet memories that makes for the fabric of their loving relationship, but also of missed opportunities, and disquieting jealousy.

Dana herself stands on the brink of breaking free of her unhappy marriage with the father of her three children, a solemn and distant police officer, while also trying to salvage her crumbling career as a small-time office manager.

Forever the middle-child, Yifat watched her sisters leave home while she stayed in the countryside with her husband and their three children – a decision fueled not only by the desire to aid their elderly mother, but also by the need to change as little as possible in their day-to-day lives. But after a financial disaster strikes, Yifat tries to save the relationship while also hide own personal misgivings.

Having met and fulfilled their materialistic desires through a chance lottery win, Tal dedicates herself to her children’s upbringing. But as she watches them take off on their own, without her, she finds it difficult to maintain the perfect condescending façade she’s built over the years.

Set over the span of 20 years, The Sisters We Were uses both honesty and sensitivity to create a set of uniquely vivid characters and a lush, ultra-realistic story which never shies away from opening up old wounds – but also leaving a little room for healing.

  • Author: Chanochi Zaks
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Siblings of War: A Captivating Family Survival WW2 Novel Based on a True Story

War tore them apart. Family brought them together.

September, 1939. The six Zaks siblings watch in silent horror as the Wehrmacht marches into their quiet hometown in southern Poland. Concerned for their survival, Yisrael Zaks leads his wife Haiya and his brothers Volf and Avraham towards the Russian border.

But their escape does not go unhindered; and as they are captured by the invading German forces, they can hear their father’s last commandment still echoing behind them: “Never break the family apart. And whatever you do: never, ever leave any one of your siblings behind.”

Thus begins the Zaks family’s saga of survival under some of the worst conditions imaginable. Reunions and tragedies follow as the Zaks brothers: Yisrael and his wife Hayia, Volf, Yossef and Avraham, and their sisters Miriam and Batya witness firsthand the horrors of Auschwitz IV, Buchenwald, and Bergen-Belsen, with only each other to protect them from the greatest evils man has ever known.

The Zaks family story is a unique and gripping tale of the powers of brotherly love, unflinching unity, and unwavering faith against the insurmountable odds of war.

Readers of Eoin Dempsey and Roberta Kagan will find Siblings of War and irresistible, unputdownable gripping historical fiction novel.


  • Author: Zvi Lanir
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Thinking Like a Fox

Others conform to what they are told. The Fox gets things done.

Ask yourself: Am I a hedgehog, or a fox? Do I allow myself to be moved around by others, or am I the one doing the moving?

In his book, distinguished decision-making researcher Dr. Zvi Lanir explains how to navigate our thoughts and actions by looking at the division between the Hedgehog and the Fox. While one sees the world as a fixed reality that he must conform to – the Fox is able to transform himself and his surroundings to suit his nature.

Using anecdotes from his research, captivating stories, and deep yet practical philosophies, Dr. Lanir demonstrates how essential it is to be a fox in this age of disruption and constant change, conveying sophisticated ideas with clear, concise, and accessible language.

If you want to:

  • Learn how to make correct, intuitive decisions.
  • Lead your organization, business, or society and make an impact.
  • Discover your own practical intelligence.
  • Understand the new rules of the 21st century and how to manipulate them.

Then what you really want is to start thinking like a Fox.

  • Author: Maor Kohn
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Peacekeeper

From Apple TV’s Tehran co-creator, Emmy award-winner Maor Kohn’s debut novel delivers a fast-paced, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it espionage caper that will make fans of Baldacci, Hayes, and Flynn feel right at home.

Who is attacking infrastructure facilities in Israel, Dubai, and Egypt?

Who stole millions from banks around the Middle East, and for what purpose?

Who leads millions of `freedom fighters` worldwide?

Who is behind the dreaded “doomsday” scenario?

Who is The Assyrian?

ISA agent and criminologist Yael Lavie has seen more than enough death and suffering throughout her illustrious career. But after losing her husband in a bomb attack, her work takes on a much deeper, personal meaning.

When she is called to investigate a series of cybersecurity attacks that leave numerous governments exposed, Yael’s instincts immediately take over. Everything leads her back to one man – The Assyrian.

The Assyrian is a shadow, moving undetected from one place to another, wreaking havoc and political turmoil in his wake.

Yael and her team must work with both friends and foes to bring him and his army of sympathizers to justice before they deliver another concussive blow to the self-consuming, war-ravaged Middle East. But the closer she gets, the more The Assyrian seems to slip away. And the longer she hunts him down… the more it feels like she’s the hunted.

  • Author: Zahava Kornberg
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Inheriting Silence – A Holocaust Memoir

Forbidden memories. Family lost and found. And a secret, kept for 60 years, about to be revealed.

Zahava knew very little about her parents before her birth in a German DP camp after World War II, or of her father’s childhood in Chortkiv, Poland. After he passed away, her father left her with many questions unanswered – and many questions that were yet unknown.

Then her phone rang.

What starts as an innocent inquiry from a fateful stranger, quickly becomes a lifechanging experience. Years after his death Zahava embarks on a journey to rediscover her father’s chronicles before the holocaust, learning more about her father’s history than she ever thought possible; Enough to reshape her understanding of his life, the war, and his relationship with his family – the one he started with her mother, and the unspoken one he left behind.

  • Author: Yossi Ovadia
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Adventures of Bonny Hood in the Urban Desert

A modern classic that sails between childhood and adulthood, praised by bestselling author Galila Ron-Feder as “wonderful and pleasantly original.

As a boy, Bonny Hood wandered the streets of his hometown, pursuing the villains of an imaginary world. Seeking escape from a broken home and the harsh reality of real life, he saw himself as the brave hero of his own story, out to save the world – though he felt he had no one to save him.

As an adult, Bonny’s yearning to escape to a world of his own and find peace from the childhood traumas that plague him, leads him to the relative quiet of the desert. But a chance encounter with a stranger causes him to wonder – can peace truly be gained among the silent desert sands, or does it reside deep within, just waiting to be found?

Bonny’s adventures merge the urban with the rural, fantasy with truth, and the naïveté of childhood with the unforgiving reality of adulthood. In gentle prose and thoughtful reflection, author Yossi Ovadia weaves a whimsical tale you won’t be able to resist.

  • Author: Rafael Agam
  • Language: English
  • Category: בישול ובריאות

Foods That Made History

On tonight’s menu: the real stories (and popular myths) behind the culinary world’s famous dishes!

Which poisonous soup saved the life of its inventor? What made a certain dough-based dish catch the eye of an Italian queen? And how did Napoleon Bonaparte’s infamous conquest forever change the European kitchen?

Over three decades of culinary expertise brought Paris-trained Chef Rafael Agam to frequently ponder the nature of the famous dishes he prepared. More often than not, his questions were left largely unanswered; As Agam puts it, “Historians of the past tended to focus on subjects more “important” than food – like war and famine to name a few.”

From the musky prison cells of the Isle of Man to turbulent Chinese dynasties and lavish French castles, Agam crosses centuries and continents to pen the history surrounding the big names behind fine dining’s most famous cuisines. Armed with a chef’s knife and intuition, Foods That Made History is a captivating, entertaining, highly satisfying full-course menu for foodies and history lovers alike.

  • Author: Charlie Wolfe
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Mission: Tehran – A Mossad Special Agent Thriller

Acting Mossad Chief David Avivi faces a new nuclear threat from democracy’s greatest enemy, in the newest installment of this white-knuckle suspense series.

The trade sanctions imposed by the US and the West are crippling Iran’s economy. The high living costs and the staggering unemployment rate have led to widespread social unrest, only to be swiftly and ruthlessly crushed under the heels of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

To save their crumbling regime from succumbing to the demands of western powers, the Iranian leadership adopts a daring plan – a sophisticated disinformation campaign designed to intimidate world leaders into submission. As both the White House and UN are dumbfounded in the face of a new nuclear threat, David Avivi moves to formulate a response. Battle-hardened from years of service, Avivi has only so much time before the atomic clock strikes midnight, with one standing question at the heart of the operation:

Is the Iranian threat a bluff, or is nuclear war truly imminent?

  • Author: Eli Evron
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Rome Assignment: A Gripping Realistic Counterintelligence Thriller

A veteran Mossad spymaster faces the fallout of vengeance from every direction, as multiple strands of history and espionage converge in the most realistically grounded intelligence novel in recent years.

With his marriage in the tank and his last promotion torpedoed by internal politics, Mossad Rome station chief Ben Gal wants nothing more than to relish the swan song of his career. But when an Iranian informant surprisingly falls into his lap, Ben is drawn into a cunning game of chess between two Middle Eastern nuclear powers.

The son of a Holocaust survivor, Ben uses every trick of the trade to try and outsmart his adversaries. As his mission unfolds, critical information comes to light concerning a notorious Nazi war criminal 70 years on the run, an international ring of art thieves, and a ticking time bomb in the heart of a major European city. Set against the backdrop of the Iranian nuclear crisis, The Rome Assignment sets itself apart with a layered and grounded portrayal of real-life espionage, terror, and the consequences the protagonists must face.

  • Author: Idan Sheffer
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

One More Sunset: A Novel

Some sunsets you want to last forever.

Billy Armstrong was never going to be “straight and narrow.” Punk music, gang violence, and terrorizing the streets of downtown New York were all he had going.

When Billy is caught vandalizing his school’s chemistry lab, he is sentenced to 50 hours of community service at the local hospital. It is there that he meets Jenny – kind, cheerful, and a permanent resident of the hospital’s cancer ward. Although Billy knows they are worlds apart, he can’t help but gravitate toward Jenny’s optimistic, thoughtful demeanor.

Sunset after sunset, through deep, long conversations over art, music, and life, Billy sees a whole new world through Jenny’s eyes. And as Billy’s two worlds begin to collide, he must choose the one he wants to live in.

Set in downtown Manhattan’s rhythmic, multicultural world of the 1970s, One More Sunset is a poignant, uplifting journey of first love under the hauntingly vivid New York skyline.

  • Author: Gabriel Asulin
  • Language: English
  • Category: בישול ובריאות

Where Have All the dental Patients Gone?

a proven method to increas sales and profitability that is working seccesfully at thousands of dental practices around the world.

  • number 1 best seller in dental materials catagory
  • translated into english, spanish, russian, bulgarian and hebrew
  • writen by gabriel asulin, global "guru" in the field of marketing and managing dental practices
  • based on more than 15 years of experience consulting and training arond the world

“Turn your Dental Practice into a Successful Business – the Gabriel Asulin method” is a Practical Guide for managing,marketing and promotion. This bestselling book offers practical and effective solutions that can be easily applied to any dental practice and quickly increase sales and profitabillity, and that includes yours.

The unique management and marketing methods unveiled in ths book are successfully used by Thousands of dental practices around the world and have proven to significantly improve sales and profitability.

for over 15 years, gabriel asulin has been a world-renowned expert in marketing and promoting dental practiceses and popular lecturer worldwide and now he's ready to share the secrets to his success with you.

In this book, you will learn all about:

◆ How to attract new Patients – page 137

◆ How to retain existing Patients – page 15

◆ How to close big treatment plans – page 87

◆ How to manage the reception area – page 37

◆ How to perform an effective re-call – page 21

◆ How to improve the hygienist's productivity – page 77

◆ How and where to advertise – page 140

◆ What to consider before purchasing a new dental practice – page 167

◆ How to reward the staff and increase their motivation – page 59

◆ How to increase the clinic's profitability – page 164

◆ How to deal with clients who perform a market survey – page 134

◆ How to increase the amount of clinic recommendations – page 24

  • Author: Lea Ben Shlomo
  • Language: English
  • Category: ילדים ונוער

The Peculiar Adventure in a Mysterious House

Sharon and her younger sister Ella sneak up the hill to play in the mysterious abandoned house.

As they go deeper into the interior of the house, the boundaries between the possible and the impossible blur. Inside, they discover peculiar rooms, a talking cuckoo clock, giant toys and a handsome prince who invites Sharon to join his dreamland kingdom.

Even though the rooms are marvelous and tempt them to play, a trap is hidden in each of them. Can the sisterly love rescue them from the alluring wonders of witchcraft?

  • Author: Ilan Bahar
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Girl From San-Daniele

When her faith becomes a threat, her very existence is an act of defiance.

Fiume, 1938. Italy slowly falls as Mussolini rise to power. Feeling the tide shift, Simone and Rebecca Schmidt escape under the cover of night to the remote village of San-Daniele, disguised as Christian refugees. It is there they hope to keep their four children, especially their youngest daughter Liliana, safe from the oppression of war.

San-Daniele, 1942. After years of living in hiding, Liliana Schmidt makes two lifechanging promises on her loving mother’s deathbed: she will bury her in the Jewish cemetery besides her family after the war ends, and she will hold on to her Jewish faith – no matter the cost.

A lone Jewish girl in occupied Italy, Liliana finds refuge in the most unlikely of places – a village abbey. Its promise of safety is enticing, but the price of a peaceful life might be too much to bear. It is there she will learn the true meaning of faith, and what is more important – the sanctity of life, or the promise we make to the dead?

Set during World War II, The Girl From San-Daniele is a moving story of one girl’s bravery, inspired by an unbelievable true story of mercy and compassion.

  • Author: Mindy R. Levy
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Birth Days: Inspiring Stories of Healing and Transformation in Childbirth

A veteran midwife and psychotherapist shares inspiring journeys of birthing women who labor to transform their traumas into positive and healing experiences. Birth Days weaves together the knowledge that world-renowned midwife Mindy Levy accumulated while caring for hundreds of pregnant women for three decades.

As she draws the connection between trauma and labor, Levy recounts her experiences before, during, and after each birth. She shares the life lessons they imparted upon her and does not shy away from examining her own weaknesses – often leading to greater understanding and insights into the healing potential surrounding the birth process.

The women in Levy’s book come from all walks of life, distinct in every possible aspect, including their birth experiences. Via Levy’s unique position as a midwife, educator and psychotherapist, we witness midwifery in its highest form: combining psychological, educational, holistic, feminist, trauma-sensitive and developmental approaches that encapsulate the miracle of giving life – and the chance of being born anew.


The Partisan's Daughter

She gave up everything to save his daughter. Now he wants her back.

Warsaw, 1945. Having survived the holocaust and the death of his wife, Aaron returns to his ruined hometown. Three years ago, he and his wife Raizel made an impossible decision to secure their daughter Machale’s life. Having left her in the care of a local Christian family, Aaron and Raizel believed their choice would spare their daughter from the horrors to come. Now, standing alone in the ruins of his once peaceful home, Aaron assumes the worst.

Then a chance encounter sparks the hope of survival.

Warsaw, 1942. On her way to Sunday mass, Magda discovers the unconscious body of a young girl, laying on the banks of the Vizsla river. Without second thought Magda takes the girl in, risking more than her own life to protect the girl—and her incredible story.

The fateful meeting between Aaron, and the woman who saved his daughter brings forth unfathomable passion and heartbreak.

Inspired by unbelievable true events, The Partisan’s Daughter is an unforgettable novel telling the amazing story of a father who is ready to do anything for his daughter, and of the woman who risked everything to save her.

  • Author: Danny Fromchenko
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Keeper of the Laugh

A beautiful story of love and redemption set in the aftermath of World War II – perfect for fans of The Longest Echo and The Tattooist of Auschwitz.

Munich, 1945. Max Fischer cannot remember anything from his life before the concentration camp. Not his family, not his occupation, not even his own name. All he is left with is the sickening, maniacal laugh that echoes in his head. More than haunting his every waking moment, the laugh is Max’s only connection to his lost past. For a holocaust survivor, recalling the past comes with a heavy toll.

Just months after the allied forces liberated the camp that interned him, Max is introduced to the beautiful and wealthy Alexandra Brecholdt. The former Berlin actress seems adamant on taking Max into her care, but there is something she is too ashamed, or too afraid to tell him. The secret of her fortune, her survival—and her son.

As Max’s memories begin to unravel, it becomes clear that the laugh is the key to his lost past. Restless, Max takes it upon himself to uncover its origins as Alexandra vows to protect him from the horrible truths it hides. Their mutual hunger for life shows them the true meaning of courage, love, and hope – and the ultimate secret behind the laugh.

  • Author: Yitzchak Borowsky
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Auschwitz Prisoner 31119: The Shocking True Story of a World War II Holocaust Survivor

She was liberated from hell on Earth. But will she ever be free from Auschwitz?

Poland, 1943. Dark skies and barbed wire fences were all Bluma Plaskovsky saw as she stepped down from the train onto the main platform of Auschwitz-Birkenau. After surviving the Wehrmacht’s decimation of her hometown, Bluma and what remained of her family were finally put on the long, harsh train ride through inhuman conditions that seemed to last an eternity.

Then the freight doors opened, and their fates were sealed.

For years Bluma was living her worst nightmare, as Auschwitz prisoner 31119. Working as a “blue scarf”—designated for the hard, menial labor around the camps—she witnessed firsthand the hope and kindness humanity is capable of, even under worst conditions of horror and despair. After the camp is finally liberated, Bluma takes whatever family she has left to try and rebuild their lives. But as she soon learns, escaping Auschwitz is harder than she thought. And her experiences will be tattooed on her for the rest of her life.

This is the shocking survival story of Bluma Plaskovsky, Auschwitz prisoner number 31119, as told to her son Yitzchak with touching humility and admirable willpower. Her story is intertwined with Yitzchak’s own quest for justice, not only for his mother, but to all survivors and their families who were, and still are, touched by the trauma of the holocaust.

  • Author: Amit Assa
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Infiltration Games: An Espionage Thriller

Caught up in a global terrorism plot, a covert agent must make the choice between his faith in the people who trained him and his oath to save lives.

He looks just like the neighbor from across the hall. Like the friendly tourist at the shop. For all they know, he is. Trained by the Organization to gather the intel on some of the most dangerous men in the modern world, Yoav has been working as a field agent for the past five years. He’s the man the man on the ground. Invisible, able to change identities in the blink of an eye. He’s saving lives.

Or so he thinks.

When his latest target turns out to be a known terrorist who slipped through his assassination attempt once before, Yoav sets out on the hunt. His mission to infiltrate one of the most dangerous extremist groups in the world takes an unexpected turn, involving his young and talented protégé and a beautiful French newscaster, who knows a lot more than meets the eye.

What starts out like just another assignment quickly turns into a lifechanging experience with shocking repercussions. Death, torture, and morality get mixed together with Yoav’s ever-shifting aliases as he slides in-and-out of countries, warzones, and international terror cells.

Can he make the ultimate choice?


Sharing the Promised Land: In Pursuit of Equality Between Jewish and Arab Citizens in Israel

A provocative manifesto that challenges the false notion of "coexistence" between Arabs and Jews in Israel and offers a groundbreaking blueprint for a truly shared society.

In this moving memoir, lifelong activist Shuli Dichter traces his own ideological transformation From an Israeli kibbutznik who as a Jew was raised to be a master of the Promised Land, to someone who now seeks complete and full equality for Jews and Arabs there. In twelve moving stories and six powerful reflections, Dichter takes readers along the bumpy path that is required for shaping fair and equal relations between Israel’s Jewish and Arab citizens. His insights and conclusions stem from his decades of daily experience as a Jew practicing partnership with Arab colleagues in the realm of civil society organizations.

Following a thorough and painful examination of the first century of Jewish-Arab relations, he suggests a profound conceptual change of Zionism, one that would draw on some of the valuable lessons learned by Diaspora Jewy in living among the nations. This transformation, Dichter argues, is a vital condition for the future of collective Jewish life in Israel.

Can Israel learn from this account? Can Diaspora Jews reshape their view of Israel after years of being shown a reality that never really existed?

Shuli Dichter – lifelong activist, formally executive director of shared society NGOs, has been researching and promoting equality and integration between Arab and Jewish citizens in Israel for over 30 years.

Sharing the Promised Land redefines what it means to be a Zionist in the 21st century. Dichter’s thoughtful insights and innovative proposals offer a controversial yet compelling argument for honest, lasting solutions to the power imbalance plaguing the two peoples living in the State of Israel.


From Footage to Film: Intimate Insights on Film Editing

The editor behind internationally acclaimed films shares his highlighting thoughts on editing in modern cinema.

Footage to Film does more than teach and showcase novice and veteran editors how to cut and edit a movie. In its uncharacteristic honesty and forthcoming language, it illustrates the experience of sitting in the editing room. With humor and eye-level guidance, it shares the professional ‘secrets’ of the trade that most experienced editors hold very close to their chest.

Laced with anecdotes from award-winning films such as The Band’s Visit, Lebanon, and Foxtrot, veteran film editor Arik Leibovich reveals his personal and professional insights on what makes editing’s important role in cinema. From basic theory to practice Leibovich describes what it feels like to sit as the director’s co-pilot, navigating the complex pathways of storytelling, and transforming raw Footage into Film.

  • Author: Itamar S. N
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Middle Between Us: A Novel

Four tormented souls. Two impossible love stories. One inescapable fate.

The Middle Between Us delicately unfurls the love stories of two sets of couples, detached by time but brought together by fate. Where one is set in the artisanal streets of a 21st-century city life, the other depicts the breathtaking wild mountains of eastern Europe as it’s set ablaze by the religious zealotry of World War I. Where one revolves around two men coming to term with their own sexual identities, the other forces its two young lovers apart in the face of insurmountable odds. Seemingly unrelated at first, the two star-crossed couples find out they are not only parallel – but deeply intertwined.

Itamar S.N. delicately but unapologetically weaves the complexities of modern-day romance with conflicts as old as time, finding the middle between love and acceptance, intimacy and desire, obsession and art.

  • Author: Hagit Elmakiyes
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

365Pages of Self-Discovery – A Daily Guided Writing Journal

Discover yourself anew every single day.

We all strive to connect with ourselves on the deepest level, but we don't always know how. 365 Days of Self-Discovery will aid your journey of self-care through daily intuitive writing prompts, masterfully designed in the spirit of each of the four seasons.

Whether with your morning coffee or at the end of a long day, take some time to yourself to engage in these introspective writing exercises that will help ground your daily routine with meaning and stability. With proven techniques stemming out of a year-long writing workshop, 365 Days of Self-Discovery will help you:

  • Discover yourself – questions and insights will encourage you to fearlessly express your inner feelings and thoughts
  • Motivate yourself – daily prompts will give you the motivation you need to maintain a routine of self-care
  • Express Yourself – with creative writing exercises to flex and stretch out your unique inner voice
  • Love yourself – your own words will help you acquire the confidence and courage to be truly whole

Time to pick up a pencil and let inspiration flow into four seasons in 365 days of words that are wholly and truly you.

  • Author: Amittai Megged
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Earning Worthiness: The Power of Our Actions and the Myth of Entitlement

A groundbreaking exploration into the resounding effects, benefits, and misconceptions behind “Worthiness” and “Entitlement”.

How can self-responsibility lead to self-worth? Earning Worthiness: The Power of Our Actions and the Myth of Entitlement offers an original and up-to-date answer to some of the great questions we might ask:

How do we become worthy?

What makes some feel worthy while others never do?

What differentiates between those who feel “entitled” and those who know they are “worthy”?

How can our sense of self-worth define our course as parents, workers, and partners?

Certified supervisor, longtime lecturer, and expert family therapist Amittai Megged unravels the myths, truths, and misconceptions surrounding worthiness. Drawing on insights from years of experience and research, this book offers a practical approach to establishing worthiness in a wide variety of critical issues: from relationships and intimacy to parenting, trauma, sexuality, and our careers.

This unorthodox, profound book can help transform you from feeling like a victim in your own life, to creating a stable, healthy life of worthiness.

  • Author: Prof. Rafi Eldor
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Dancing Away From Parkinson’s: Delaying the Progression of PD and Reclaiming Control Over Body and Mind

When Professor Rafael Eldor was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2008, he joined the millions around the globe who struggle daily with varying symptoms. He lost his sense of smell, developed internal tremors, freezing episodes, and sleeping disorders. Faced with the prognosis that the disease would leave him fully disabled within five years, Eldor, a prominent economics lecturer and Harvard University alumnus, chose to fight.

In his uniquely optimistic memoir Dancing Away From Parkinson’s, Prof. Eldor describes his seemingly impossible transformation, in both body and mind. He shares how the discovery and practice of ballroom dancing helped him not only delay the progression of Parkison’s’ most prominent symptoms, but also:

  • Develop muscle strength
  • Retain balance and control
  • Promote new synapse growth
  • Improve coordination and motoric functions
  • !And most importantly: be more confident and enjoy life

Humbling and observant, this book is dedicated to bringing hope and inspiring positivity in the millions who struggle with PD around the globe.

  • Author: Dr. Aviva Elad
  • Language: English
  • Category: בישול ובריאות

Careless: A Doctor Shares Firsthand How Our Healthcare System is Sick, and the Ways We Can Heal It

How do you cope with an ill system, in desperate need of human attention?

We all depend on the healthcare system to keep us and our loved ones safe, healthy, and alive. But what does it mean for us if the very system responsible for our welfare is in desperate need of attention itself?

In Careless, practicing physician and medical educator Dr. Aviva Elad delves into how and why doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals are caught in a system that renders them unintentionally careless – and harmful.

Dr. Elad highlights a collection of potentially life-saving tips and recommendations for patients and their loved ones as they interact with their caregivers, drawn from her decades of experience from both sides of the healthcare system.

Combining specific case studies with her own personal experience, she demonstrates firsthand how overworking, understaffing, unreasonable expectations, and detachment, all contribute to the sickness of modern-day healthcare.

We deserve to live in a world where we can depend on our doctors to care and treat us more effectively – and while we may never be able to guarantee perfection, there are most certainly improvements within our reach.

  • Author: Eyal Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Era of Judges: The Biblical Story as It Has Never Been Told Before

Bravery. Resolve. The biblical story of Joshua and the era of Judges – as it has never been told before.

The Israelites are finally free from the tyranny of Egypt. After the savior Moses passes away, a new leader is tasked by The Lord to lead the Israelites in conquest of Canaan – the promised land. Obedient Joshua becomes the first of the Judges, the civil and military leaders of their age. But as they soon discover, the greatest enemy of the people might actually come from within.

Experience the culmination of the biblical story like never before, in simple and straightforward English. A fantastic retelling of the Books of Joshua, Judges, and up to Samuel 1, the third book in The Lost Treasures series depicts the Era of Judges – appointed leaders of a broken people – until the eventual coronation of the first of the Kings.


The Viennese Parfumerie: A Brave WW2 Historical Novel, Based on a True Story

The legacy of her family hangs in the balance of a single choice–one she must make on her own.

Vienna, 1938. "We are all finished" 19-years-old Kitty Hahn writes as she hears Hitler's voice through the streets of her hometown. While her parents refuse to see the rising tides of hatred spreading through the city they have known their entire lives, Kitty makes the bold decision to escape – alone.

The Viennese Parfumerie is a story of love and death, hope and despair, based on the handwritten diary and personal letters chronicling three generations of the Hahn family. Found more than 70 years after the events that transpired in Austria, Croatia, Serbia, and Israel, they invite readers to perceive the shattering events that transpired from an intimate, personal perspective.


The Jewish Priest: A Novel

“And the brooks of defense shall be emptied and dried up: the reeds and flags shall wither.” – Isaiah 19, 6

Three siblings find themselves on different sides of a family tragedy in a mesmerizing epic story of love and faith.

Though he was named after the legendary Hebrew king, David cannot help but feel like a constant second fiddle to his protégé older brother Shmuel. Sons of a local community Rabbi, the book-wise Shmuel, the free-spirited David, and their sociable sister Esther live their days of youthful innocence among the pastoral scenery of northern Israel.

But innocence does not last forever. When tragedy strikes and the authorities come demanding their father’s life, David makes an inconceivable decision that shakes his faith in his religion, his God – and himself. His decision will not only alter the course of his own life – but of his family’s legacy as well.

What unfurls is an unforgettable story, set against the backdrop of pre-emancipation Israel and the Jewish underground movement. Inspired by true events, The Jewish Priest elegantly flows through the broadest spectrum of prose, from heart wrenching interactions to breathtaking intensity.

  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Resistants: A Novel

To protect his country from doomsday, a scientist will stop at nothing to create a new generation of radiationproof children.

Hidden behind sealed files and locked doors, a team of scientists is working on a radical solution to the nuclear threat. Led by the vision of a renowned professor, they diligently gather subjects for their experiment, in the hopes of bringing humanity to the next step of its evolutionary potential – before it is too late.

Itamar is an up-and-coming lawyer in a small-time firm. His wishes to stand out from the pack of litigators are seemingly granted when he gets a new client in the form of Dafna – a young woman with an incredible story. A story of injustice, conspiracy, and murder.

Two seemingly unrelated events with far-reaching consequences form the base to Ehud Peled’s latest thriller, set in the backdrop of the 1980s genetics revolution. With his signature character and sharp political commentary, Peled’s story and heroes boldly walk the line between what is possible – and what is right.

  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The River of Eternity: A Novel

Kings, magic, wisdom and wonder combine in this extraordinary modern classic, perfect for readers of The Alchemist and Klara and the Sun.

“There he would find respite from his tempestuous soul. There would he find heroism, glory, and eternity; there, too, would he find his mother.”

Ehud Peled’s philosophical fantasy tells the timeless fable of Elam – the lone prince, the fearless warrior, the tenacious hunter – as he journeys the ancient landscapes of a mystical land in search of the mysterious serpent ring and the location of his kidnapped mother. Through the eyes of Elam we get a unique, insightful look on humanity, as the pure hero comes face to face with riddling merchants, fabled heroes, and fiery fortunetellers that ultimately guide him towards eternity – and the meaning of life.


Storytelling Therapy: The Therapist's Guide to Authentic Bibliotherapy

Groundbreaking psychotherapist Orit Even Shoshan-Reshef lays out her professional guidelines, allowing readers a unique glimpse into the world of storytelling therapy.

In “The Kingdoms Game”, patients of all age groups are encouraged to create for themselves a private, personal kingdom. They determine its inhabitants and their lifestyle, whether it will have tall, well-guarded walls or vast, open fields. Through The Kingdoms Game, patients are given a chance to discover and share their own personal stories.

While the concept of bibliotherapy isn’t in itself “new”, it is not yet common knowledge that therapists cannot treat patients without first learning their story. After more than 20 years of working with children, teens, and adults, Dr. Even Shoshan-Reshef captures the essence of the dynamic therapeutic process with a new form of storytelling therapy.

Using her innovative method, she harnesses patients’ imagination as a therapeutic tool to project their inner dialogues and emotions in a clear, non-hostile environment. In a detailed account of her process over several individual and group sessions, she unfurls her unique method as she manages to bring her patients’ stories from the mind – to the page.

  • Author: Dr. Shay Efrat
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Boy From The Forest: The Heart-Wrenching WW2 True Story of a Holocaust Survivor

June, 1941. 11-years-old Shmuel Sucha is startled awake by the sound of German planes over his hometown in western Ukraine. As the Nazi shadow begins to fall on their small Jewish community, Shmuel’s parents smuggle their son away to a local farm, just on the border of the surrounding forest.

While the Nazi systematic annihilation of Jews begins to spread, Shmuel escapes into the nearby forest. With nothing but birch trees and death to surround him, Shmuel begs, cheats, and steals in order to survive. For the span of two long years, Shmuel witnesses the kindness of Jewish and gentile strangers; the hostility of the local villagers experiences the cruelty of the Nazi soldiers; and shares his fellow survivors’ uncanny will to live another day.

The Boy From The Forest is the riveting account of Shmuel Sucha’s story of survival in the desolate Ukrainian forests. A story of betrayal and revenge, despair, and ultimately – hope.

  • Author: Amira Keidar
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Night Guard: A Novel

A new historical mystery from the bestselling author of Lalechka, The Orphan Ghetto Girl

1930. 18-years-old Jenia Levkowitz stands alone on the bow of a ship, a single suitcase in her hands. Dissatisfied with being married off to her parents’ chosen suiter, she leaves everything behind for a life of adventure in a newly formed Israeli Kibbutz. It is where she has her children. Where she makes her home. Where she falls in love.

Until the unthinkable happens.

1977. Carmit struggles to find her place among her friends, at school, or at home – where she cares for her mentally estranged mother. When she is urged to write a paper on one influential figure from her Kibbutz, her choice raises more than a few eyebrows. Ignoring the constant attempts to dissuade her, Carmit begins her inquiry into one of the Kibbutz most scandalous founders – an infamous night guard named Jenia Levkowitz.

As she digs deeper into the story of Jenia’s life, her secrets and her fears, Carmit opens a Pandora’s Box with dire consequences for her and her community. In a tour-de-force of vivid and eloquent prose, Amira Keider encapsulates both the beauty and the dark side behind the mythos of community.

The night guard’s story is unexpected, horrifying, and very, very real.

  • Author: Tom Wegner
  • Language: English
  • Category: בישול ובריאות

Cannabis Wars: The Incredible True Story of the Medical Cannabis Underground

Instant crowdfunding success! • Hope and human compassion envelope this inspiring, eye-opening and heart wrenching true story exposing the systematic oppression and persecution of medicinal cannabis patients, and the group of underground “angels in disguise” fighting to bring the medicinal herb to those who need it most.

Early into his 40s, Tom Wegner received the one piece of news everybody fears; his father was diagnosed with cancer. Just like that, Wegner’s life course evaporated: One day he was living the life of a hotshot political campaigner, and the next he became the only caregiver for a terminal cancer patient.

The attempts to alleviate his father’s constant pain were Wegner’s first steps into the absurd, wonderful, mind-boggling world of medical cannabis. Cannabis Wars chronicles not only Wegner’s experiences with the medicinal herb, but the story of an entire movement that spurred out to fight for patients’ rights while facing bloody red tapes and stone-faced bureaucracy.

Dozens of activists, patients and professionals have shared their story and knowledge with Wegner’s book. From an underground movement of selfless angels to world-renowned doctors and researchers who sacrificed their names and livelihood for the good of others, Cannabis Wars gives a unique, never-seen-before glimpse into the medical world’s backyard: the draconic cannabis laws and their infuriating consequences, the special interest groups backing them, and the lives of those who are willing to pay a heavy price to help complete strangers in need.

Cannabis Wars gives a powerful voice to those previously unheard. Wegner pens the authentic story of a devoted community fighting for its very existence – men and women, cancer and epilepsy patients, parents of children on the autistic spectrum, pain syndromes patients, PTSD and shell-shocked veterans, and their awe-inspiring selflessness in the face of impossible circumstances.

  • Author: Dr. Hili Kohavi
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Raising Kids with Compassion: A Guide to Raising Confident and Caring Children

Confident, caring people start with confident, compassionate parenting.

Based on classical and innovative psychological theories, recent research, and her own abundant experience, psychologist Dr. Hili Kohavi shines a spotlight on the part parents play in shaping their children's personalities.

This uniquely progressive guide will give parents of children of all ages theoretical knowledge and practical tools, covering everything from how to raise children to believe in themselves and their abilities, to what you can do to prevent child-raising from taking over your romantic relationship. It also addresses unique circumstances such as divorce, “New Families”, and parenting children with special needs.

Most importantly, it encourages parents to raise their children with compassion: to raise them while directing a warm and benevolent attitude towards themselves, believing that in this way the children themselves will become compassionate children – confident in themselves and their abilities and with a good ability to see and respect others.


One Day I'll Meet You: A Novel

“I was afraid to think of the parting, but felt it coming. I felt how each moment with her was my last. Every moment almost brought me to tears…”

St. Petersburg, 1998. Ira, a widowed pediatrician, works at the local orphanage. Every child who comes under her care breaks her heart a little, but when her son is left paralyzed after an accident and with her struggling daughter-in-law expecting a second baby girl, Ira must make a heartbreaking decision of her own.

Knowing she cannot give her newborn grandchild the future she deserves, she gives her up for adoption – and when a match is made, Ira expects never to see her beloved granddaughter again.

Israel, present day. Ella’s always known she was adopted. Despite the happy, sheltered life she leads, as she grows older she cannot shake the relentless feeling that she’s never truly belonged – and she finally makes the momentous decision to open her adoption file.

Together with her adoptive mother, Tali, Ella embarks on a transformative journey of self-discovery, which will change everything for her – and for the women who have never stopped loving her.

  • Author: Dan Osterweil
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Orphans' Father

They lost everything to the War. They had no one. Then, they had Him.

Poland, 1939. Dr. Monek Osterweil leads an ordinary life as a doctor alongside with his wife Hela and their young daughter Ewa. As a pediatrician he feels his sole purpose was to protect and save as many children as he could. He worked like nothing could stop him. Not even the War.

Years later, a mysterious doctor appears in war-torn Budapest. His peers in the Red Cross know him as Dr. Karoly Kotarba, but his true identity reveals a shocking tale of courage and faith in a time of true despair. He keeps mostly to himself, but works tirelessly, driven by an unspoken promise.

Through imprisonment and daring escapes, faith lost and found again, author Dan Osterweil builds a hopeful, vivid, and inspiring re-creation of his family’s accounts during the holocaust, and the story of Monek Osterweil: the Jewish doctor who, by his selfless will to do good, became The Orphans’ Father.

  • Author: Ilan Dvir
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The Five Shields: The Prophecy

Volume 2 of the award-winning fantasy series “The Five Shields”

They have to reach it before it falls into the wrong hands.

After being guarded for centuries by the Order of Light, the map to the Grail of Fate falls into the hands of Darco, sovereign of all evil. He knows of the prophecy about the unborn Destined One – who is meant to put an end to Darco’s reign – and he has to get his hands on the Grail of Fate in order to prevent that from happening.

On the day of the Five Shields’ 14th birthday, they discover the World Beyond yet again, and are sent by Melvyn, leader of the Forces of Light, to train ahead of their most important mission yet – to reach the Grail of Fate and destroy it, before it’s too late.

As the powers within the Five increase, personal agendas threaten the balance of the World Beyond, making the mission more challenging than ever before.

An unexpected betrayal forces the Five Shields to pay a heavy price, from which there is no way back. All to defend the prophecy which is to save the Forces of Light from the invasion of Darkness.

A Long Way to Auschwitz
  • Author: Simon H. Kohavi
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

A Long Way to Auschwitz

His road leads to the place of nightmares. But will that stop be his last?

Hungary, 1939. Like most Hungarian Jews during the onset of World War II, Shomo Stern is sent to the front lines with the Forced Labor Services – to be worked to death under the thumb of the Nazi war machine. Fighting the bitter European winter, the battalions witness horrific events in the wake of the Nazi advance.

Then the rumors start. Rumors of trains packed full of Jews, never to be seen again…

Shomo will not let that be his fate.

While other Forced Labor battalions are decimated, Stern and his comrades survive crippling hunger, blistering cold, and impossible tasks. With nothing but his courage, ingenuity, and no small amount of luck, Shomo fights time and time again for his life and his freedom. But his road ultimately only leads him one way.

He survived the long way to Auschwitz. But can he survive the horrors it hides?

  • Author: Pola Wawer
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Beneath the Winds of War

They took her husband. They destroyed her home. But they can’t break her spirit.

1941, Lithuania. Newlywed Pola is on the cusp of a promising medical career when her beloved home city of Vilnius is invaded overnight by Nazi forces. Within hours, her husband has vanished, taken by the Gestapo, and she is forced to escape – without him.

Heartbroken and terrified, Pola runs to the once picturesque, now tainted by war, countryside towns in seek of refuge. Alone and never quite knowing who she can trust and who might betray her, Pola must rely on the kindness of strangers – and her own resourcefulness – if she wants to survive.

Based on the incredible true story of a young woman caught in the horrors of the Holocaust, Beneath the Winds of War tells a tale of incredible strength of spirit, and above all, one woman’s courage and determination to survive against the odds.

The Inheritance
  • Author: Tova Elberg
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Inheritance

Family can complicate everything – especially when there's money involved.

Orna's life is just starting to look up. The boyfriend she's been having doubts about has gone off to Paris for a year and she's finally free to pursue her lifelong dream of starting her own cosmetics business.

But when tragedy strikes and she is bequeathed with an unexpected, and quite frankly problematic inheritance, Orna's plans grind to a halt. Returning home to manage her mother's lingerie shop, Orna is confronted with a family feud she'd never expected.

As fractured relationships, broken promises, and secrets rise to the surface, Orna is left to wonder – how can she choose between family, success, money, and love? And can she possibly have it all?


Accept Me For Who You Are

He has finally been granted the right to live his truth, but it may just be too late.

Asaf has a successful career, a beautiful apartment, and a loving relationship with his mother and sister. But there is one thing that weighs on him no matter how hard he tries to let it go. Ever since his father unintentionally walked in on him with another man, the two have been estranged, his father unwilling to accept what he sees as an abhorrent and sinful lifestyle.

But as it’s soon discovered, the estranged father’s objections are more complex than they seem and derive from a far darker fear.

Through struggles with latent desires, the tensions of a broken family, and the deep-sated human need to live one's truth, both father and son must find a way back to one another, so they can realize that they're not so different after all.

The Man Who Was Born In 9 Countries
  • Author: Tajo
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Man Who Was Born In 9 Countries

The book tells the life story of Tajo – a man's 9 versions of life in 9 completely different countries

"An amazing and mesmerizing book, nothing like any other book I've ever read" – Amazon reviewer

"The core concept on which this book is built is just incredible" – Amazon reviewer

"A very powerful way of telling a story" – Amazon reviewer

This is the life story of the restless, idealist, rebellious Tajo, who was born to a crook of a father and a tormented mother. This book reveals his surprising adventures, struggles and entanglements, from his escape to freedom at an early age to the disaster that threatened the lives of his family.

But wait – where does the story take place? After experiencing these crucial moments and deciding events, Tajo began to relive and reimagine his life as it would have been had he lived in a different country and a different society, “Not as an immigrant nor someone relocating there, but like a native, as I am in my own country”.

The Man Who Was Born in Nine Counties is a unique, one-of-a-kind novel that reveals the wonderful life story of Tajo in nine separate versions, each unfolding in a different country.

Each of the nine stories spun into this tale holds a fascinating and moving narrative in itself, rife with twists and brimming with social and philosophical insights about the difficult and fascinating world we live in. A dizzying, global epos that stretches the boundaries of the possible unlike any other book you’ve ever read. The gripping plot will take you through different countries, partaking of their unique flavors, and launch you on a magical journey through exciting new places, exotic cultures, fascinating characters and astonishing events.

  • Author: Eyal Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Exodus Age Part II

Betrayal. Enslavement. Redemption. Experience the story of Exodus like never before!

Joseph, son of Jacob, is dead. His children – the people of Israel, are enslaved at the hands of the Egyptian pharaohs, beaten and oppressed. A single child is saved by his mother, given to the river for protection. He is found by the most unlikely of people – and grows to become the savior of the chosen people.

From exile, kinghood, the Plagues all the way through to the Promised Land, Exodus Ageis a retelling of the age-old history of Moses and his people through Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and finally Deuteronomy. It wraps up the last four of the Five books of Torah, beginning with the epic story that began with Genesis Days.

  • Author: Eyal Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Exodus Age Part I

Betrayal. Enslavement. Redemption. Experience the story of Exodus like never before!

Joseph, son of Jacob, is dead. His children – the people of Israel, are enslaved at the hands of the Egyptian pharaohs, beaten and oppressed. A single child is saved by his mother, given to the river for protection. He is found by the most unlikely of people – and grows to become the savior of the chosen people.

From exile, kinghood, the Plagues all the way through to the Promised Land, Exodus Ageis a retelling of the age-old history of Moses and his people through Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and finally Deuteronomy. It wraps up the last four of the Five books of Torah, beginning with the epic story that began with Genesis Days.

  • Author: Eyal Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Genesis Days Part II

The second part of the biblical story as it has never been told before.

The Bible is the best-selling book in human history, but sometimes the stories it weaves are not fully understood, due to its poetic and obscure literary style.

Genesis Days brings you the stories of the first generations, from the creation of the world to the end of the days of Sarah, wife of Abraham, in simple and straightforward English.

The book lays bare the lives of humanity’s forefathers and reveals ancient history through a contemporary experience.

If you’ve always wanted to read the Bible and understand it from beginning to end – this book is for you!

אלי שמואלי
  • Author: E. Samuel
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

Under Neon Lights

It’s the late 1990s, and twenty-five-year-old Joshua, who has never been with a woman, is hungry for love. When he is not typing zip codes during the night shifts at a post office distribution center, he is visiting euphoric dance bars and desolated pubs in an attempt to meet women, only to be met with indifference and contempt. Then, one night, he meets Cynthia…

When the young woman arrives at the post office, she is shown to the computer next to Joshua’s. She speaks to him, and by that becomes the first person in the room to ever address him. As they stand together in the cold during their breaks he discovers a poetic, even tormented soul.

After a lifetime of living as an outsider, Joshua is invited inside the tasteful, artisanal life of Cynthia’s inner circle. He is so certain that if her extended hand touches his, neither will be alone again. But as he senses they are growing closer and closer, Joshua will soon learn that some things are just too good to be true.

The Viper Code
  • Author: A.M ELIA
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Viper Code

She’s an executive with a highly classified secret.

He’s the CEO’s mysterious son.

He’s coming to save her, but she’s not going to wait around to be rescued.

Revital never thought her classified executive job at a bio-tech firm would get her drugged, kidnapped, and held at gunpoint. The men who took her want to bring her before “The Viper” – the fearsome international terrorist. He wants something, something to do with her company’s top-secret project.

Something that only she knows.

It all started when she met Jonathan: the charismatic and enigmatic son of the company’s CEO. His charm is enough to make any woman swoon, and even Revital found it hard to resist his advances. But there is something else behind his eyes, something dangerous and knowing. As he comes to her rescue in a daring operation, something else becomes perfectly clear – that man is more than meets the eye.

From the white sands of Egypt to frozen Moscow, Revital and Jonathan are swept in an international plot that will leave them and readers gasping for air – and for more!

  • Author: Gabriel Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ילדים ונוער

The Illustrated History of the Universe

What would the Big Bang look like? What is the color of a newborn star? What happens after a sun dies?

To inspire the bright minds of tomorrow, you need to show them the stars. From the beginning of the universe to our little neighborhood solar system, The Illustrated History of the Universe tackles questions big and small in chronological, easily accessible order.

With original illustrations and paintings by author Gabriel Cohen, The Illustrated History of the Universe combines basic astrophysics with the breathtaking beauty of the cosmos. It is a call for adventure for the curious and bold young readers, and encourages questioning, exploration, and critical thinking.

  • Author: Doron Sheffer
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה


In a unique glimpse into the world of professional basketball, former NBA-draft pick and all-around mensch Doron Sheffer regales readers with the experiences on and off the court that changed, influenced, and molded him into the man he is today.

Drawing on his years leading prominent teams to unprecedented achievements, Sheffer’s memories range from transformative to moving to downright hilarious. While some revolve around tense, tie-breaking moments, others might star inspiring players like Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson, teammates such as Ray Allen, coach Jim Calhoun, and many more.

But most importantly, all convey lifechanging lessons on sacrifice, perseverance, humility, kindness of heart, and everything else the world of sports can teach us about the most important game of all – the Game of Life.

Empowering and educational, inspiring and insightful, this book is all the reminder we need that the ball is – truly – in our hands.

  • Author: Yael Treidel
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

When the Water Rises

She wants for nothing, but she dreams of freedom.

Maya has everything a modern woman ought to aspire for – caring partner, successful career, and a beautiful home. Her life is perfectly on track. So when a vivid dream leaves her with a mixed feeling of liberation and confusion, Maya struggles to figure out its meaning.

In her dream, she’s stranded on the roof of a house, surrounded by an unending horizon of water rising all around her.

In her dream, she’s finally free.

Maya’s journey will introduce her to the world-wise and motherly Hannah. Her all-knowing smile and insightful words help clarify Maya’s dream, but it won’t be until she leaves home and travels to the Indian retreats that its true meaning will begin to unfurl.

Maya’s experiences, the strangers she encounters, the men she involves herself with, all form the connection between the Maya living on the roof, and the Maya on the ground. From spiritual India to the white Australian beaches, Maya’s personal and outer conflicts are paralleled in the beautiful, wild, enthralling places she travels. When the Water Rises sets the tone on how courage and honesty in the face of uncertainty can bring with it true friendships, unbounded freedom, and honest, authentic release.

  • Author: Shlomit Rozen
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Manifest Your Miracle

In Manifest Your Miracle, Shlomit Rozen’s insightful autobiography, we’re exposed to the way in which everyday miracles effect the course of our lives. Through an extraordinary chain of events, Rozen leads readers on a wizening journey of a woman fearlessly following her own destiny.

From her time as an adventurous tourist exploring the exotic Indian subcontinent to building a new home of healing and enlightenment, Rozen shares her innermost emotions, desires, and thoughts. She shows how, by reading the signs left for her – and all of us – by the world, she was able to walk her truest path, and recognize her true needs and yearnings – and separate them from what society told her she should want.

Manifest Your Miracle is a daily lesson in the healing powers of untethered freedom, and Rozen’s innate intimacy with her readers creates a song of praise for the insatiability of human curiosity and tenaciousness.

  • Author: Sharona Hadar Houri
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Always Ask For More: Unlocking a Mindset of Growth and Abundance

Yes, you can get more out of life. All you need to do – is ask.

In our daily lives, we are constantly asking questions. How have you been? Did I remember to take my keys? What should I make for dinner?

We don’t even notice we’re doing it, it’s just part of our routine. But questions, perhaps even more so than answers, are powerful things – and knowing which ones to ask ourselves can be life-changing.

In her groundbreaking approach to self-discovery, fulfillment, and growth, Sharona Hadar Houri will teach you how to train your mind to always ask for more – questions that harness the power to open up infinite possibilities and steer you onto a healthy path of awareness and receiving.

With these questions, you will discover how to unlock your reality with five master keys that will allow you to acquire everything you’ve ever wanted and far more, in all areas of your life with greater ease – the keys to Reality, the Mind, the Body, Sex, and Money.

With insightful advice and practical instructions, Always Ask For More is your guide to transformation across the board – the small change in mindset you’ve been waiting for to entirely shift your perspective on life, and with it your reality with ease and without effort.

  • Author: Bruno Flexer
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The Third Dragon War

Nothing could prepare the world for the Fire that is the Third Dragon War…

Something sweeps over the Chicago skyline. Something ominous. Something violent.

Something Big.

Jamar Jackson is trying to make his delivery deadlines over the Illinois Interstate when he’s caught in a destructive fire devouring its way towards the Windy City.

Just barely making it out alive, Jackson joins forces with Dr. Beverly Thompson, a biotechnology expert and head of a US military task force investigating what turned the Chicago metropolitan area into a fiery warzone.

But they are not alone.

As droves of dragons take over the windy city, Jackson and Thompson’s infiltration team is soon surrounded by hellish mythical creatures, mutating monstrosities, and bizarre dragon cultists. While harboring dark secrets of their own, the unlikely pair make their perilous way into downtown Chicago, where long-lost answers await them.

Answers that will shake the very foundation of the world – forever.

  • Author: Yasha Hain
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

A Soldier Without a Country

Latvia, 1941. Following a hint from a childhood friend, young and motivated Red Army cadet Noske hurries home to help his family escape deportation to the dreaded soviet labor camps. With his father, mother, and younger sister Sarah safe in their secluded summer home, Noske returns to the front line to protect them from the Nazi invasion. Or so he thinks.

Years later, Yakov and his father Noson Yakovlevich arrive at the promised land. Although his resolve is as strong as ever, Noson’s heart is split between his family’s new life in Israel and his home country of Latvia, the one he fought so hard to defend. Back when his name was Noske.

Yasha Hain’s A Soldier Without a Country is the inspiring, remarkable story of three generations living under the shadow of the Holocaust, and one man’s struggle with identity, loyalty, and persecution to find inner peace.

  • Author: Ilan Ziri
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה


African countries are often overlooked and disregarded as third-world countries with nothing much to offer in the way of business. But the truly avant-garde businessmen of today’s world are realizing that the continent of Africa is more than just a barren land across the Atlantic – it’s a treasure trove of untapped business potential.

In this enlightening account, businessman and entrepreneur Ilan Ziri reveals the wonders, and indeed the intrigues, of doing business in the continent of Africa.

Among other things, you will discover:

*Which African countries are hotspots for up-and-coming business ventures

*Why the African market holds so much promise and how to tap into it

*How to conduct yourself when interacting with local businesses and services

*And what definitely not to do on your travels to the continent

From hilarious stories about culinary adventures and social transgressions to insightful advice and important guidelines, this book contains everything you need to know about why and how you should go about widening your reach to the African market.

  • Author: Haim Lipa
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Robots Don't Take Lunch Breaks

They’re untiring, always available, never go on strike and don’t they don’t ask for social benefits. They’re also coming for your job.

Just like with any past major technical progression, AI and automation can and will change the employment landscape forever. What sounds like the opening to a 20th-century science fiction novel will soon be a reality for over 85 million workers – from industrialists to paralegals, accountants and salespeople. Truth be told, there is nothing we can do about it. Their jobs are going to disappear. Fact.

That’s not to say you should sit down and wait for the inevitable. If we want to stay ahead of the changing workforce, creating and adapting our unique value is of an absolute necessity. In his new book, national security, innovation, and strategic thinking expert Haim Lipa not only outlines the transformation, but the questions facing an entire generation of future workers:

What is our work’s purpose in the 21st century? Can we compete with automation and AI? Should we? How does spiritual intelligence fare against artificial intelligence? And most importantly: how can we stay relevant and necessary in this chaotic, shifting environment?

Robots Don’t Take Lunch Breaks is a wake-up call for employees, employers, parents, decision makers, and anyone interested in preparing future generations for life in the new-age job market.

  • Author: Natti Ronel
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

Free From Dependency

What would it feel like to be free of our dependencies? Our daily addictions? Our sense of powerlessness? As with many behavioral and spiritual ailments, the only thing that stands in our way – is us.

They say the first step is always accepting we have faults. But where do those faults come from? Dependencies. Addictive behaviors. Powerlessness. All stem from one source, deep within us: Self-Centeredness.

The Path of Grace is a structured system which promotes self-change. Walking the Path of Grace also means taking the first step away from the destructive behavior of self-centeredness. Through this book you will be able to visualize and apply it in a variety of daily situations, exercise stepping away from the many forms of self-centeredness that take hold in your life, and grow towards a rewarding, joyous, loving life.

A combination of 30 years of therapeutic insights, self-help principles, professional knowledge, continuing research, and various spiritual wisdoms from all over the world, this book encapsulates the epitome of transitional therapy.

More than anything, Free from Dependency encourages you to become the grace you seek in this world. Its guidance and applicable spiritual values offer a miraculous chance to look inwards and outwards, through eyes unclouded by our dependencies.

  • Author: Haner Bat Hannah
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

And Then There Were Two

Aya's never quite found her place in the world. At 38 years old, an aspiring artist still living with her mother, her life is in stark contrast to that of her twin sister, Gaya, the happily married and socially active mother of three. Though opposites in nature, the two women have never let their differences get in the way of their closeness.

When the sisters' mother dies suddenly, the two women are devastated. Confused and grieving, they set about putting her house and possessions into order while trying to come to terms with their new reality. But they soon discover there was much they did not know about their late mother, her life, and even their own pasts. Slowly, friends and relatives help the sisters piece together the puzzle that will reveal to them a woman they never really knew, and in the process, they might just end up rediscovering themselves.

  • Author: Dr. Ronny Sherf
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Your Next Best Move

Discover the secret to success in all walks of life through four unique perspectives.

When was the last time you stopped and took a look at your life, made time for important things, released unnecessary loads, and steered yourself onto your desired path?

We often go through life without thinking too much about it. But to be truly successful and confident in our happiness, we must be proactive in navigating ourselves towards our goals.

Through the unique perspectives of a professional chess player, a martial arts master, a vipassana expert, and an educator, this book addresses the turning points in life and teaches you how to choose, plan, and execute your next best move.

You will learn:

  • *How to recognize your strengths and resources
  • *How to analyze your thoughts and actions and their outcomes
  • *Which questions you should ask yourself to expedite self-development
  • *How to overcome every challenge, including your own shortcomings

Dr. Ronny Sherf is a master of logic. He is a senior chess trainer, black belt in Aikido, meditation instructor, and educator. This unique experience has granted him a singular outlook on life, which he shares in this must-read book.

  • Author: Dafna Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

Broken to Perfection

Talia and Max’s marriage is a picture of domestic bliss. They have a beautiful home, two wonderful children, promising careers. So why can’t she shake the relentless feeling that something is missing?

On a whim, Talia takes off for Paris, leaving Max behind. She hopes to clear her head and find some clarity, is perhaps even tempted to test the boundaries of her marriage. Paris promises adventure, excitement, a long-overdue break from her stifling routine.

But the cobbled streets and quaint cafés of the most romantic city in the world only add to her confusion. Whirlwind affairs and a shocking rendezvous with a lover from the past leave Talia wondering – what does she really want out of life? Can she reconcile with her husband and go back to how things used to be?

Does she even want to?

Dafna Cohen's debut novel is unafraid to show its heroes and readers that life – love – is most beautiful when broken.

  • Author: Dr. Michael Herling
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Super Exercise Training

Can one fitness system be suitable for everybody without distinction?

Super Exercise Training presents the principles of a revolutionary and innovative system which includes all you’ve ever wanted from a fitness plan. Developed through 30 years of experience as a specialist physician in family medicine working in a diverse community, Dr. Michael Herling's method is based on the movement principles of animals, children, and elderly people with exemplary fitness as well as contemporary scientific research.

This system offers everybody – no matter what age, gender, fitness level, motivation status and health status – to reap all the benefits of proper and wise movement.

In this book you will learn:

  • The concept of "super-exercises" and how this concept can be used to improve every person’s level of fitness. From couch potatoes to athletes, from infants to the elderly.
  • The three non-negotiable super-exercises everyone should engage in on a daily basis
  • How to train safely and efficiently in your later years
  • How to cultivate your connective tissue's health and suppleness
  • How to use the power of super-exercises in different common diseases and as a form of self-treatment
  • How therapists from various fields can use the philosophy and exercises of this system in their own clinics

Based on his intimate knowledge of movement, being a martial arts expert, Qi Gong instructor and an active skater and surfer himself, Dr. Herling turns the fitness world on its head, offering a new paradigm on how everyone can achieve animalistic fitness at any age.

  • Author: Roni Segal
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Silver Fox Club

Finally counting your age by your friends, not your years? Welcome to the Club!

Every Wednesday, former co-workers Shimon, Zaki and Cohen take their seats at their usual table, in their favorite restaurant by the beach, trying to adapt to the retiree-lifestyle. They exchange stories gathered through years of experience, reminisce about life on the assembly line, flirt(!) and bicker the only way they know how – together.

That’s life in The Silver Fox club: a mixed bag of sly, rough, and charming men and women, whose life, views on old age, and relationships are all told with colorful expressions and sensitivity. Their unfolding stories and insights on the challenges and benefits of seniority are as relevant as ever, whether you are sixty or sixteen.

  • Author: Malka Adler
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Boy Who Jumped Off the Train

This beautifully illustrated rendition of Malka Adler's acclaimed The Brothers of Auschwitz is a child-friendly retelling of one of history's most important stories, specially adapted for young readers.

Itzhak is a young teen in Hungary when the Nazis barge into his home one day and force him and his family to leave everything behind and get on a train to a concentration camp. When Itzhak is separated from his entire family, he is left feeling scared and alone.

With no one to talk to and no one to look after him, Itzhak knows that he will have to be strong – and very brave – to survive the war and be reunited with his family. But can he manage to do it on his own?

  • Author: Irit Keynan
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Secret Jewish Soldier

Taken as a prisoner of war, his survival depends on one thing only – the secret of his Jewish identity.

At the height of World War II, Yaakov-Jacques Kalderon is a Jewish soldier in the Yugoslavian army, fighting against the German forces. When he falls captive at the hands of the enemy Yaakov knows that in order to survive, he will have no choice but to hide his identity from everyone – even the closest of allies.

In constant danger of discovery and subsequent death, Yaakov must rely on his wits, skills, and no little luck to endure the tortures of war and hold on to his deepest hope – making it out of the war alive and reuniting with his family.

Years later, after Yaakov-Jacques’s death, his daughter happens upon an old diary written in a foreign language. As she works to interpret it, the truth of her father’s incredible story finally begins to come to light, after years of being shrouded in secrecy. It is a tale of strength, resilience, and miraculous escapes from death, from the eyes of a secret Jewish soldier.

  • Author: Vered Sion
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

One Day You'll Thank Me

A young girl’s dream of escaping the circumstances of her birth and lineage takes form in this new literary voice.

There are a lot of things 5-year-old Yanina Lishanski doesn’t understand. She doesn’t understand why she only sees her family in old photographs, or why she must never talk about her parents’ life in Germany before 1950. She doesn’t understand why the neighborhood children mock her accent, or why she has to go to sleep hungry each night.

But Yanina also understands many things. Like how she always wants more out of life. More from her education, more from her emotionally abusive mother and her violent father. More from her friends and loved ones.

Encapsulating the immigrant experience of the 1950s through the eyes of a child born to a world she will forever be a stranger to, Yanina’s complex relationships with her family, her sister, and her childhood romances all pose a fascinating question. How much are we really slaves to our upbringing, and the circumstances into which we’re born? Can Yanina escape her fate, and become something more? Or will she be forever haunted by the words of her mother, “One day you’ll thank me for this”?

  • Author: Yossi Lev
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Chronicler of Lost Myths

It’s one thing to read about legends. But to live them – that’s another thing entirely.

For over 30 years, Yossi Lev has been traveling the world, documenting forgotten faraway cultures and their amazing fables: Puerto Eden, Iceland, the rural north of Japan… But with every step taken, can’t help but fall into fantastic new encounters: growing old with mighty thunder gods, transforming his shadow, even escorting a legendary poet up a winding mountain.

Inspired by the works of Borges, Jules Verne, Akira Kurosawa and other masters, The Chronicler of Lost Myths invites readers on the haunting, imaginative travels of its narrator as he journeys to find the magical realism behind the world’s most miraculous stories.

  • Author: Eitan Carmi
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Recipient 23

Justice is just another price to pay when life hangs in the balance.

From dark, deserted alleyways to pearly clean ORs, a covert operation is being set up in Recife, Brazil, far from the watchful eyes of local law enforcement. Shrouded in secrecy, an illegal organ transplant operation offers its services to the most desperate of people, those at the very brink of death.

Hidden in plain sight, the new predators enlist a leading transplant center, as word of their operation starts to get around. But their infamy comes at a price. Soon, a determined Interpol officer is hot on the organization's heels, bent on shutting it down and bringing its ringleaders to long-overdue justice. The closer he gets the more his sense of righteousness grows – until he receives devastating news that rocks his entire world.

22 successful transplants had been performed, but when recipient 23 on the illicit transplant list hits close to home, an inconceivable choice will have to be made.


The Trader Who Stepped off the Ledge

A day trader’s one-stop, one-of-a-kind guide that will mentor you the golden rules of day trading while living on the edge of the stock market.

The day before his 39th birthday, Avner finds himself on a ledge, about to jump to his death. After losing all his family's fortune in the stock market, he is at his wits’ end. But when you hit rock bottom, the only way to go – is up.

Through the engaging, often relatable story of a struggling day trader learning to build himself back up towards success, this book will teach you all you need to know to day trade like a professional:

  • The fundamentals of professional trading in the stock market
  • Get ahead of every possible trading scenario: manage risks, devise work plans and trade plans…
  • Learn to make a positive change in your mindset: hone your focus, discipline, self-control, preparation and more.
  • The fascinating psychology behind trading
  • How to best plan your objectives to reach your end goals

Humorous at times and serious at others, this book will be your mentor and guide to deciphering the secrets of professional day trading and conquering the market.

  • Author: Itay Itzhaky
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע


He knows Diana is as intelligent as she is powerful; she can help heal this world – or put it to ruin.

How does he know? Simple – he’s the one who built her.

Holographic projections are the latest breakthrough in worldwide communications, and every company is vying for a piece of the pie.

When Adam first came to work for the tech giant Mentiscom, the ambitious and talented project leader wanted to use his wits and savvy for the good of all mankind. As his team prepares to launch the company’s latest holographic devices, Adam is secretly working on new technology, one that can dwarf any of their previous projects. Together with his two executives Kevin and Leila they combine their projections with AI capabilities to create a self-learning, high-functioning singularity.

They call her “Diana”.

Unbeknown to them, Mentiscom CEO Robert Leamas already has plans for Diana. Ruthless and unrelenting, Leamas is ready to use everything in his power to gain control over the exceptional AI. Everything.

Soon the three engineers find themselves on the run, trying to keep their invention from falling into the worse possible hands. As his list of enemies grow larger by the day, Adam realizes the one thing he placed his faith in might be the thing that might get him killed.

  • Author: Menahem Misgav
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

A Virus Called Love

Dr. Smadar Stern never did let the fact she’s young stop her from becoming a brilliant physician. After a short but well-deserved break, she’s on her way back home from London to her job at an HMO clinic. As news of a new infectious virus starts spreading around the world, she knows her job is more important than ever. Her priorities are set.

Until she locks eyes with young and captivating Moab. Shy and embarrassed at first, Smadar was quickly won over by his nonchalant attitude and the intriguing atmosphere surrounding him. They banter, laugh and flirt through most of the flight. As she finally lets her guard down, feeling she might have found one meaningful connection, she loses him in the airport crowd – only to be swept off her feet by their pilot, Yoni. Their flare is immediate and thrilling, but she still can’t get her mind off of Moab. As her relationship with Yoni advances, she tells herself she can’t keep fawning over someone she hardly knows. She’ll probably never see this Moab again. Right?

  • Author: Eran Ben Amy
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Game of Silence

An Israeli F-16 is shot down by a dangerous new Russian missile array that threatens to tip the balance of power.

As power struggles in the Middle East ignite nearly to the point of eruption, Navy Special Ops soldier Yanai Levine is thrust deep behind enemy lines on a complicated mission. His assignment – to steal the technology behind a brand-new missile array from right under the enemy’s nose.

But the risky operation has its repercussions, and soon Yanai finds himself in the barren deserts of Saudi Arabia, this time joined by Mossad operative Ya’ara, on orders to infiltrate the tightly woven net of covert Iranian intelligence.

Yanai and Ya'ara are no more than pawns in a game – but the success of their mission will ultimately decide the balance of power in the entire Middle East.

  • Author: Erez Hassul
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Temple Scroll

They say the desert holds many secrets. But one secret lies beneath them all.

During their expedition into the Judaean desert, Yael and Nathaniel, 2 bright archeology students, happen upon a cave that was sealed for 2,000 years. A cave that holds the secret of a legendary treasure, said to have been lost since the last days of the Second Jewish Temple and disappeared from within its ruins.

2 millennia prior to their discovery, the daughter of a Temple priest and a Jewish rebellion leader are fighting to safeguard their home and heritage from the Roman invaders. They race against both time and adversaries to hide the Temple’s riches from greedy legionnaires, dishonorable soldiers and desperate pillagers.

Now in possession of incredible knowledge, Yael and Nathaniel hunt down the lost treasure, but there are ancient and powerful forces trying to keep the secret lost forever. They would rather bury the two alongside the treasure than let it see the light of day again.

Based on real historic events, The Temple Scroll’s fictional narrative spans over two thousand years of history, traditions, myths, and ancient secrets. It masterfully combines parts of Jewish history with thrilling, suspenseful adventures set in present-day Israel.

  • Author: Ofer Cohn
  • Language: English
  • Category: ילדים ונוער

The Secret Thought Lab

Expert child psychologist Ofer Cohn’s first children's novel delivers a smart, spunky, and creative story about dealing with our emotions.

Welcome to TASTy: “The Awesome Science Team!” where esteemed scientist Elizabeth is busy working on her groundbreaking inventions while helping children from all over the world understand and deal with their feelings.

Together with her special A.I friend Jerry, Elizabeth uses her bithoughtculars to dive into children’s minds, helping them resolve their anxieties, outbursts, angers, and discomforts.

Aimed at children ages 8-12, The Secret Thoughts Lab is a must-read book for both children and parents, combining a touching adventure story with the world of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

  • Author: Jair Alcalay
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The King’s Cartographer

The world just beckons to be discovered…

Lisbon, 1481. On the backdrop of Catholicism's rise and the subsequent persecution of Europe's Jews, the Ben Avraham family have defied the odds and risen to fame as the King of Portugal’s most valued cartographers.

An avid explorer and passionate businessman himself, Isaac Ben Avraham dreams of the many discoveries still to be made across the vast expanses of the yet unknown world.

Motivated by his keen curiosity and the rising need to provide safety for his family, and supported by the King himself, Isaac carefully sets in motion the exploratory delegations that will ultimately lead to the greatest discoveries the world has ever seen.

The history of 15th century exploration comes to life in a riveting and exciting tale of maritime adventures and new-world discoveries to capture your heart and imagination.

  • Author: Etty Shahar
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

A Greek Doctor in Jerusalem

Jerusalem, 1908.

Under Ottoman rule, as scarcity and disease ravage the city, the distinguished Dr. Patrius Efklides struggles to do his duty as head of the municipal hospital. Inside the clinic, he fights with determination for the lives of his patients – but outside its walls, the foreign doctor keeps mainly to himself, unaware even of the effect his handsome demeanor and graceful manner have on a certain member of his staff.

Years later, a discarded notebook unearthed in an ancient storeroom reveals a long-forgotten story brimming with intrigue. Its pages overflow with precious secrets, forbidden love affairs across religious divides, and epidemics of disastrous proportions; and at the center of them all – Dr. Efklides, a Greek doctor in Jerusalem, and the young nurse whose heart he captured.


Patenting Skills for Inventors

What’s the inventor’s role after the Eureka! moment?

In common practice, inventors describe their ideas and patent practitioners turn them into patent applications. Unfortunately, this often misses the point, ending up with patents of unclear scope and random value.

Patenting Skills for Inventors shows inventors how to set and oversee patenting objectives, while practitioners manage the technical and legal aspects – a team strategy for scoring quality patents that serve clear business goals.

Written by an experienced independent inventor, this book offers inside knowledge, tips, and know-how to help both experienced and new inventors do their part in turning their ideas into patented inventions.

  • Author: דוקי כהן
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Better Days, Worse Days

Depression has been called “the illness of the century”. People all over the world suffer from it, and those numbers only went up during the COVID-19 outbreak. As an illness, Depression causes tremendous mental pain to the patient, and in extension to his or her supporting family members.

Better Days, Worse Days: Supporting a Depressed Partner Without Losing Your Light” shines a spotlight on the life of author Doki Cohen, living alongside her partner Ami (alias) who for many years suffers from depression.

Doki exposes readers to her daily lifestyle together with her partner, giving practical advice on how to deal with different situations out of her own personal experience. Written in plain language she honestly and courageously explores the most emotional moments of their shared past – some better and some worse – prefixed by lessons and insights to help both her and the reader to continue living their lives. Insights aimed at not only dealing with depression, but also other chronic and terminal illnesses, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and more.

This is author Doki Cohen’s second book, following An Equally Worthy Child – a book that openly expresses her feelings of self-unworthiness she felt since childhood. Only after letting go of those feelings was Doki able to research and delve deep into those emotions. She penned her insights in her book so they might help parents accept themselves and their children without conditions.



From debuting Israeli author Itzhar Vardi, a heart rending coming-of-age duet of two siblings, torn apart and reconnected as their fractured family tries to piece itself together.

One night, in a dusty rural settlement in the heart of the desert, a canopy of snow starts falling from the sky. A once-in-a-lifetime event for everyone living so far south, but for eight-years-old Pitzki it’s an event that will signify the end of his childhood. Come the thawing of the snow, he will lose his sister.

Part of a conservative, out of the way community – a family of misfits comes to term with their identities as parents, as partners, as siblings. Noah, a washed-up athlete grasping at the strings of his past; Luda, an immigrant, trying to escape her childhood trauma just as fiercely as her husband’s hold on it; and their two children: Lilia and little Pitzki, whose relationship grow to stretch the limits of sibling affection.

Throughout the highs and lows of their symbiotic, obsessive relationship Pitzki and Lilia try to lead lives of their own, attempting to defy the magnetizing effect of their wounded childhood.

But just like the snow resting on the desert sand – some things are not meant to last.

  • Author: משה לוין
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Nativity of Bloodshed

Past and present are tied together as three men of different origins arrive at the same plot of land centuries apart to find one of the holiest places in the world collecting innocent lives

Bethlehem, 1593. Amico, a young and talented Franciscan friar from Gallipoli in southern Italy arrives at the holy land to document Christianity’s holiest places. In the fields of Bethlehem, he meets a young girl who shows him a secret underground passage to the Church of the Nativity. Excited by the discovery, he gifts her with a portrait, unaware that his seemingly innocent gift may lead to bloodshed.

Bethlehem, 1920. Giles, a British Surveyor, arrives in the Land of Israel during the British-Mandate following his service in the First World War, where he experienced the horror of the Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey. During a survey mission in the fields near the Church of the Nativity with a young archeologist, Giles makes an eye-opening discovery that helps him bury the past and laugh again, one that will change the trajectory of his life far from England.

Bethlehem, 2002. Armed militants occupy of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. While the Israeli army surrounds the church, a sniper from an elite unit is watching through the sights of his rifle, ready to shoot whoever tries to break the siege through one of the underground passages.

When innocent lives are repeatedly lost at one of the holiest places on Earth in this historical collage, we are forced to ask – what can an individual do when faced with violent, blood-soaked events? What is the moral choice of a society facing such violence?


Triple Strike

Recovering from a severe injury, Mossad special agent Oren is stationed as a case officer in Italy, tasked with recruiting essential covert assets.

But when one such informant provides a glance into a dangerous alliance forming in the Middle East – a cooperation centered around a complicated drug smuggling operation and united by a joint enemy – Oren is thrown right in the middle of a global conspiracy.

As Oren investigates, the drugs soon turn out to be merely a means to an elaborate narco-terrorism operation that, if successful, will result in a horrific coordinated triple terror attack against civilian targets.

In a race against time, Oren must stop the three synchronized attacks that threaten his country's safety, and perhaps its entire existence.


Pasta For Two

Everyday heroes dealing with love, passion, compassion, forgiveness, and their search for reconciliation.

In every one of its seven short tales, Pasta for Two captures gentle, heart-warming moments of love, loss, and everyday struggles with delicate precision and deep psychological insight. In this collection of soulful stories and novellas, Elia Alexander pits her readers with events that feel both familiar and peculiar, allowing them to share the most intimate world of the heroes and their reactions to the real and the imaginary.

A chance meeting between estranged cousins; a woman knitting magnificent sweaters for a mysterious girl; a mother making a desperate effort to reconnect with her daughter through their mutual love of classical music; a gray jacket that holds a special meaning for a number of people; a new resident threatens to change the routine of an elderly woman in assisted living; a university lecturer struggling to deal with her problematic career and crumbling family life; and in the titular novella, a reclusive introvert expressing his love for his date by making perfect pasta plates.

Odd and charming, gentle and heartwarming, honest and whimsical, Pasta for Two’s stories depict scenes from real life in their messy, confusing, and beautiful form. The dramatic plot seems to be only a background for the subjective ways in which the heroes perceive their life and the lives of others who are significant to them. Each story develops in several explicit and implicit layers of description, inviting the reader to uncover some puzzle and mystery.


A Stage for Everyone

A comprehensive and practical guide to leading Playback Theater groups

As a form of improvisational theatre based on true life stories, Playback Theatre can be a truly life changing experience. Each practitioner in this special theatrical form is well aware of its merits: listening, joint creativity, spontaneity, a deep feeling of community and meaning, a place to tell your life stories.

To truly endow the playback magic, the participants’ improvisation, acting, and listening skills must be honed, developed, and navigated by an experienced and seasoned guide.

In her book A Stage for EveryoneEinat Mashaal Nitzan shares details of what to teach – themes and exercises from the fields of improvisation, acting, and playback theater, together with details of how to teach – key content for leaders of creative groups.

In this book readers will find:

● 250 warm-up, listening, improvisation and acting exercises

● 30 study topics

● 25 classic and new playback forms

● Playback Theater skills questionnaire

● A glossary of terms from the worlds of acting, improvisation and playback theater

● Tips, tools, examples, and stories from the field

A Stage for Everyone is a must-read for anyone currently involved in playback theatre, as well as directors, theatre teachers, improvisors, group conductors, or expressive arts therapists; For all lovers of the field or simply for anyone who believes in the power of improvisation, theatre, and storytelling.


Effective Group Facilitation

The complete toolbox for carefully and effectively facilitating groups to success.

The profession of group facilitation is becoming more and more relevant and essential in our modern world. A group facilitator must know how to manage a group, handle unique circumstances, and lead its members towards their goals.

Laying out a comprehensive methodology and offering hands-on tools to deal with every situation that may arise, this book will help both new and veteran group facilitators hone their practical skills and acquire new methods and approaches towards their trade.

Dr. Yaron Ziv is a social worker, master psychotherapist, family and couples’ therapist, and a personal coach – whose extensive experience as a group facilitator for more than 40 years has given him the knowledge and know-how to help anyone become an effective group facilitator.

  • Author: שלמה הררי
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Shoemaker's Law

1941. The armies of Germany and Romania take over the city of Czernowitz, quickly turning it from a peaceful, picturesque town to a Ghetto for over fifty thousand Jews. Aaron, a local shoemaker, frantically fights for the survival of his family – including his two-month-old baby.

He decides to break all the rules, knowing that one wrong move will be his last.

Half courageous, half desperate, Aaron decides to strike an unbelievable deal with the most unlikely figure – one that will guarantee his family’s safety. He will make himself useful in this ruined world, where soldiers hold your fate in their iron grip.

A world filled with new rules, but only one law – to survive.

  • Author: עוזי עילם
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

White Smoke Over the Vatican

After years of fighting terrorism all over the world, Dr. Gideon Ben Ari is finally ready for retirement. Now that his childhood-friend-turned-arch-terrorist Nimer el-Haladi secretly became a Mossad collaborator, Ben Ari contemplates finally putting his family life first.

Then tragedy strikes. When news that Dr. Medani, Nimer El-Haladi’s second-in-command has taken over Iran’s cyber-terrorism efforts, Gideon decides to join forces with his former nemesis. Brought together by a common threat, they unearth a deadly plot that will take them from one holy land to another in an endeavor to stop the assassination of Pope Francis at the heart of Vatican city.

Armed with the latest in cyber technology, artificial intelligence algorithms and smart weapons, both sides try to out-maneuver each other at every turn. Driven by political ambitions and even stronger personal sentiments, Gideon and his team try to save the global order once more. But with the odds constantly stacking up against him, has the veteran agent finally met his match?

  • Author: צביה גולן
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Berlin Girl's Diary

Eva Reich never felt she had to choose between the worlds of her Jewish father and Christian mother. History chose for her.

Poland, 1941. From the moment she stepped off the freight train that brought her family to Auschwitz, Eva Reich fought for her survival. From growing up surrounded by her Christian relatives in Berlin, she is thrown into the Jewish work camps of Nazi-occupied Poland. There, she experiences cruelty, intimidation, and hatred. But also kindness, fearlessness, and bravery – from the people she least expected.

Present day, Israel. Avner receives a strange diary from a woman he has no knowledge of. The diary comes only with a letter addressed to him, and a single name signed at the bottom – Eva Reich. Eva’s story forces Avner to confront the unspoken truths of his family’s origins – left unspoken through war, estrangement, and even death.

The Berlin Girl’s Diary connects past and present, the silent and the honest, the forbidden and the forgotten. Readers will dive deep into the interconnected story between these two seemingly unrelated souls, based on the true story of a holocaust survivor’s experiences during WW II.


The Lost Girl from Belzec

A little girl disappears from Belzec Camp without a trace. Will she survive the war on her own?

Poland, 1942. At the very height of World War II, little Ruthie and her mother are forced to leave their home and transported to the forbidding Belzec Extermination Camp, from whence no one has ever returned.

Ruthie’s mother knows that her daughter’s life is in grave danger. By a stroke of luck, she catches the eye of the camp commander and he makes her his housekeeper, delaying their death sentence for the time being.

Realizing that she must act fast, with no regard for her own life, Ruthie's mother is able to smuggle her beloved daughter out of the camp to safety. But it is not long before the commander inevitably discovers her betrayal – and while he chooses not to kill her, he leaves her with a scar that will follow her for the rest of her life.

This is the gripping story of Ruthie, the lost girl from Belzec, intertwined with that of her own daughter Noga, many years later. As Noga delves into the untold mysteries of her mother’s past on a quest to heal their fragmented relationship, she is about to discover shocking truths which will change them both forever.

  • Author: אדיבה גפן
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

My Daughter’s Keeper

Would you entrust the most important thing in your life to a person ordered to hate you?

Poland, 1938. Despite threats of alienation from his Christian family, Johann, a decorated army officer, falls deeply in love with Rachel, a Jewish medical student. When they settle into their new countryside home, their marriage is happy and blissful… and short-lived.

After the Nazi invasion of Poland, Johann goes missing. Without a family to rely on and antisemitic sentiments growing all over the country, Rachel and her newborn daughter Ilona are thrown into the Warsaw ghetto.

Faced with their new reality, Rachel knows the only way to save her daughter is to smuggle her to her Christian sister-in-law, Irena, outside the ghetto. Irena is willing to risk her life just to save a single Jewish baby – but will her courage be enough?

My Daughter’s Keeper is the extraordinary tale based on the true story of two incredible women, brought together by love and faith in the face of war, persecution, and hatred.


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The chance to save many lives could cost her the loss of her own family.

Poland, 1938. Eve of World War II. Rivka sends her husband and three beloved children to the United States, where they will find safe shelter from the war.

She tells everyone that she is staying behind to care for her aging parents, but her true motive is entirely different.

For beyond her work as librarian, Rivka serves as a spy for the Jewish underground, a critical role in the changing reality in Europe.

Even when she receives letters describing her family’s desperate situation, her sense of commitment leaves her no choice.

She understands that her brave decision may come at a painful price – losing her own family.

The Jewish Spy is a historical drama; the story of a brave woman with remarkable determination and strength that will leave you breathless and inspired.


The Name On The List

What if the person who betrayed your family is the only one who can save you now?

Hungary, 1944. Martha’s life is thrown into disarray. The man she considered her best friend, a Nazi recruit, makes a split-second decision to send her beloved husband to Mauthausen Concentration Camp.

Martha, stunned and hurt, refuses to forget his betrayal.

Israel, present. Martha’s granddaughter, Daria, is forced to embark on a cross-continent journey to investigate her family’s origins and an old secret that could lead the way to saving her little sister's life.

Slowly and patiently she manages to piece together this historical puzzle, exposing her grandparents’ extraordinary and chilling survival story during the World War II Holocaust. But once the truth is out, will she be able to forgive the unforgivable for the sake of her family?

  • Author: David Keidar
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Girl on the Tracks

How much is she willing to sacrifice for the price of freedom?

Odessa, 1941. As countless German boots march over the Romanian countryside on their way to soviet Russia, a young Jewish girl makes a courageous escape towards a better future. At a time where countless men and women try to survive the death trains, 15-years-old Tatiana attempts to board one… To freedom.

Forced to leave her family, her hopes and her dreams behind, Tatiana’s journey across eastern Europe introduces her to new families – from shady Jewish survivors to trustworthy Russian soldiers. With a clear destination in mind, her life depends on her unwavering willingness to face hatred and discrimination from all sides. If she can survive the winter.

  • Author: Dana Levy Elgrod
  • Language: English
  • Category: רומנים, ספרות נשים

The Resistance Lily

Paris, 1941. At the height of World War II, young and headstrong Josephine Portier is the protégé of a wealthy family in the highest echelons of Paris society. When she meets the arrogant but handsome Gabriel, she wants nothing to do with him – until he reveals a shocking secret about her adoptive family that puts her in grave danger.

With her life turned upside down and the Nazi forces ever advancing, Josephine finds a new calling when she joins the French underground Resistance. Her dislike for Gabriel soon flourishes into love, but their romance is short lived as she sacrifices her own freedom to allow his escape.

Alone, she must brave the secret missions and Gestapo interrogations of a 1940s Parisian resistance girl. In a city ravaged by war, Josephine is drawn into a dangerous game of survival, in which losing is simply not an option.


Become a Life Architect

Form your own tailor-made recipe for success with the Life Architecture Method!

What is success? Success is hard to define, because it is different for each of us. We each aspire to achieve our own form of success – in our careers, our relationships, our health, our life. But our experiences and personalities are so varied that success simply cannot be one size fits all.

The Life Architecture Method acknowledges this and focuses on diagnosing and defining each individual person's own perception of success and forming the rules and conditions that will help them make the right decisions and achieve their personal best.

Based on Odelia Alexandrovich's extensive knowledge and experience, this book will help you figure out your life in more ways than one:

• Which career path should you take?

• Are you more suited to be self-employed or salaried?

• How can you lose weight?

• Which kind of romantic relationship is most right for you?

• What is your purpose in life?

Begin your journey by diagnosing yourself as one of 8 different archetypes of successful people and hear from a renowned success story of your type from the worlds of entrepreneurship, art, sports, science, and more.

Filled with useful advice, practical tips, and scannable barcodes that will lead you to questionnaires, videos, diagnoses, and exercises, this book is the starting point on your path to success and fulfillment.


The Women of the Berlin Salon

The Age of Enlightenment will bring more hardship than reason, as three young women set out to shape their futures – and pay the ultimate price.

By the end of the 18th century, German high society is on the precipice of enlightenment. Rachel Levin, the restless daughter in a successful family of merchants, forms a strong and lasting connection with Henrietta and Dorothea – each of them a member of known and well-respected Jewish families. Yet the three of them are far from respected, or free. In a society where a woman’s value is measured by the man in front of her, the three independent-thinking women set out to make their own paths in life – as Berlin’s most popular Salonnières.

United by their passion on the backdrop of rising German nationalism, where being born Jewish, not to mention a woman, is far from advantageous – Rachel, Henrietta, and Dorothea each face challenges of the mind, soul, and heart. Finding their place in history will not only put them at risk. They will soon find their dreams can cost them far more than their status.


Measure Up

The comprehensive guide to understanding your employees and your organizational climate.

Even if your organization is running smoothly, there is always room for improvement. And what better way to detect where improvement is needed than enlisting the very people turning the wheels?

Organizational surveys are a powerful tool – they help managers determine appropriate HR strategies, understand employee experience and employee engagement, and gauge the overall work environment. However, conducting them without a proper understanding of the measurement challenges can easily lead to misrepresentation and misapplication.

Measure Up addresses just this, laying out crucial theoretical information and providing practical tools to help you master the art of organizational surveys. Whether you are new to the trade or have been conducting surveys for years, learn what to do and how to do it so that you can take your organization to the next level professionally, using surveys to strengthen employee engagement and employer branding.

  • Author: Ilan Dvir
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

The Five Shields: The Sands of Infinity

Their time is almost up.

Deep within the World Beyond lies the ancient Infinity Passageway – a place of power where only a few dare to tread. A mystical oasis, holding a fabled substance with powers over space and time:

The Sands of Infinity.

On their 16th birthday, the Five Shields are summoned back to the World Beyond – only to discover that the prophecy foretelling the demise of Darco’s Forces of Evil has yet to transpire. Now the Five – May, Johnny, Jess, Rose and Kiyoshi – must race against time in search of five mythical artifacts, capable of bending the rules of time and space.

As secrets from past and present emerge, manipulation and corruption hovering all around them and distrust simmering both in and outside the group, the Five Shields find themselves training and preparing towards an unexpected and seemingly inevitable end:

One of them is destined to die.


Jewish Identity

In this intriguing work based on years of research, Dr. Ruth Shamir Popkin guides readers through critical issues at the center of debate, both in the Jewish world in Israel and in the Jewish Diaspora that are critical to the continuity of the Jewish people.

The book elegantly addresses multiple questions revolving around Jewish identity, such as:

  • *Who is a Jew?
  • *Are Jews a nation or no more than a religious community?
  • *What does Jewish identity look like today, and how has it been affected by antisemitism?
  • *How do Diaspora Jews view Israeli identity and how do Israelis view Diaspora Jews?

Dr. Shamir Popkin reviews these complex and continually changing Jewish identities. She contends that Jews have no alternative – if their overarching identity is to be preserved then they must internalize multiculturalism to create an inclusive Jewish identity for the 21st century, in spite of the acute conflicts.

  • Author: David Mendes-Nassi
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor

We trust our doctor without hesitation. But sometimes, that trust can cost us our Health, or worse…

Nothing is precious to us as our Health, but unfortunately throughout life we encounter injury, accidents, and illnesses, which force us to depend on the medical system for our well-being. What happens when the Medical system is less than dependable? What can we do when our Doctors and Health Practitioners make mistakes?

Dr. Mendes, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, shines a light on the little-known world of medical malpractice. He uses his experience to lay out five mental attitudes that cause doctors to make mistakes, and which can sometimes lead to shocking consequences. Dr. Mendes explores the fascinating legal aspects of medical malpractice cases, all woven into readable stories based on the case studies.

Intended for anyone who has had any interaction, good or bad, with the world of medicine, this book provides a glimpse into a frightening world – but one which is so crucial to uncover. Between its pages you will find interesting stories accompanied by insightful analysis, and between its lines you will learn how you yourself can avoid being at the center of a malpractice lawsuit.

  • Author: T. J. Warsha
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Broken Justice

When a renowned and respected professor is accused of cruel rape, the elusive ties between truth, justice, and law are put to the test.

When Roman Anderson, a renowned professor, is invited to a weekend retreat at a remote hotel with the Hollywood actors set to star in a new movie based on his book, he feels like he is living the dream.

But Anderson is unaware that his enchanting weekend is about to take a sinister turn. Staying at the hotel with them is a group of women from a public relations firm, one of whom, Amy Rogers, accuses Anderson of rape.

Anderson immediately pleads his innocence, but the evidence is stacked against him and the noose around his neck tightens as the days go by. The bloodthirsty public and media are crying out for his incarceration, and in a desperate attempt to save himself Anderson hires the services of former detective Harry Mitchel and his 17-year-old son, Joey.

As they delve into the case, skeletons from the past will reemerge, revealing the complicated relations between ethics and law, justice and vengeance, men and women, particularly in the age of #metoo. Will the truth ever be brought to light?

Broken Justice is a gripping, fascinating, and thought-provoking thriller, which has already garnered enthusiastic praise.

  • Author: Yarin Kimor
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Magic Of Creative Thinking

How can we make the impossible possible?

For years and years in every possible framework we have been taught to think within the lines, but it’s time for a wakeup call.

We must free ourselves from the fixed ways of thinking and encourage the creative potential with which we were born. You will learn how to initiate and lead processes, how to make breakthroughs, face your fear of change, swim against the current, dare, be open to adventure, and surprise your surroundings – but most importantly, yourself!

The book does so with depth and humor, at times it is serious and at others lighthearted, all while teaching realistic and practical tools.

Yarin Kimor is an author, director, and producer of award-winning documentary films and TV series. He is also an international lecturer on creative thinking development and has spoken for over 3000 companies and organizations, including IBM, Microsoft, Intel, HP, Bloomberg, various medicine and industry corporations, intelligence agencies, educational institutions, universities, and more.

In his book he offers a simple, scientifically-based method to develop systematic creativity. Between its pages you will find:

  • *A comprehensive overview of thought fixations we are all guilty of
  • *Specific techniques to overcome fixation and develop new, groundbreaking ideas
  • *Examples of the method’s success in real life, for people and corporations
  • *Challenging and amusing exercises for implementing Yarin’s method
  • Author: Dr. Yair Apter
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Minds of Violent Men

An intriguing look at the lesser-known side of male violence – the mind of the offender.

Unlike most books about abuse at the hands of men, this unique account does not focus on the victims – rather, it shines a light on the mindset of the violent men themselves, unraveling the causes, characteristics, and consequences of their actions.

From his experience as a clinical social worker who has worked for over 25 years with men who have committed acts of domestic violence, Dr. Yair Apter lays out the psychological complexities and social influences surrounding male violence, giving readers a rare opportunity to delve into this increasingly common phenomenon from a new, rarely seen empathetic perspective – without compromising its important social standpoint.

Interspersed with true case studies from Dr. Apter’s clinic, this book combines theory and practice to create a comprehensive overview of why men become violent, and what can be done to prevent it and to rehabilitate offenders.


Last Call for Earth

This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang – but with a report.

If you ask God, project Genesis isn’t coming along great. Mankind is too busy destroying nature, trying to kill one another, and performing mass extinction instead of enjoying what he gave them; It’s a catastrophe! So, God in his wisdom contemplates what every project manager does when a project is derailed beyond saving: Shelve the whole thing and start again from scratch. But first he has to deal with a pesky (yet charming) devil, the spiritual incarnations of time, and his mortal wife and son, who would like to see him home by dinner.

If you ask the Devil, however, project Genesis is coming along splendidly. Now that chas proven they were better left on the cutting-room floor, it’s time to convince the Almighty to correct his Divine Mistake and scrap the whole thing! If only everyone saw things his way…

Will mankind live to see a happy ending? Only God knows.

  • Author: Guy Baum
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

The Beauty Pageant

A place where beauty has a deeper meaning and where rockstars never die.

In a world where aesthetics is simply an expression of the human soul and there is no differentiation between internal and external beauty, a kindhearted businessman struggling over a difficult breakup decides to join a unique beauty pageant, which will grant the beauty king the prize of a lifetime – tickets to the Beatles’ reunion concert.

This is the story of a man who embarks on an adventure – a mental and emotional journey in pursuit of the concept of internal beauty, which will change the way he sees the world and his place in it forever.

Written graphically and filled with unique insight, The Beauty Pageant is an inspiring and artful novel that takes its readers hand in hand on an unparalleled spiritual journey.

  • Author: Limor Regev
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

The Boy From Block 66

He has endured more than any child ever should, but now he must survive Block 66.

January, 1945. 14-year-old Moshe Kessler steps off the train at Buchenwald concentration camp with several hundred other children. Having endured the horrors of Auschwitz-Birkenau, lost touch with his entire family, and survived the death march in the freezing European winter, Moshe has seen more than his share of tragedy.

At Buchenwald, the new arrivals are assigned to their barracks. Kinder Block 66 is to be Moshe’s new home, but he doesn’t yet realize just how significant this placing will turn out to be. For just a short time later, the Germans decide to destroy the camp and send its remaining inmates to the death march once more – but they are not prepared for Buchenwald’s secret resistance, which rises up with one mission: to protect the camp’s children from harm.

This is the incredible true story of Moshe Kessler and Block 66 – the children’s block that was at the forefront of one of the most shocking and inspiring stories of Holocaust survival.

  • Author: Henya Shanun-Klein
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

Mars – Frontier

Sometimes it takes a catastrophe for science to leap forward.

On May 20th, 2069, the space vessel “Phoenix” embarks on its journey to Mars – humankind’s next frontier. Led by Commander Joy Liore, the 7 international crewmates’ goal is to explore possible colonization on the Red Planet’s surface.

They confirm landing.

Then they vanish.

Five days after all contact with Phoenix is lost, Doctor M. Tzuk, an expert interplanetary psychologist, accepts NASA’s appointment as head of the investigation force.

The investigation will take her from the safety of the Houston Space Center to the desolate surface of Mars, where she will discover more about the human spirit than she ever thought possible.

The Red Planet changes people. And as with those who came before her, Dr. Tzuk must walk the balance between the hopes and dreams of mankind – and her own.

“In space there are no tracks to follow. Success and failure are measured in the very act of landing. Anything after that, however, is any man’s game.”

  • Author: Yotam Vardi
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Hidden Ability

Discover your inner strength and heal your body and mind using the Paula Method.

What if there was a holistic method of self-administered physical therapy that had the power to tend to both your physical and mental health simultaneously? Introducing: the Paula Method.

This little-known but highly effective method can be practiced by anyone – all it takes is repeated, deliberate activation of the ring muscles in your body. Through this process the body’s ingrained potential to heal itself, without the aid of intrusive medicine, is realized and we can discover our hidden ability to maintain our own health.

Yotam Vardi has practiced and taught the Paula method for 35 years. In his book, he details the method in full and provides insights and stories from his own personal experience using the method to heal himself and others.


The Personal Leader

You are the one you’ve been waiting for – guide yourself onto the best path in life by becoming your own personal leader.

Life in the 21st century summons new kinds of challenges. In today’s reality we are expected to excel, required to have it all, sometimes at the price of our peace of mind. But we have our own needs as well – mental, spiritual, physical, intellectual, and many more – which demand our attention.

In the end, our happiness depends on ourselves alone, which is why we must learn to take responsibility for our wellbeing.

The Personal Leader will give you the knowledge and tools you need to change your mindset, navigate the twists and turns of life securely and happily, and set and accomplish your most important goals and desires. It will teach you how to reach your full potential, and what you must do to break free of the fears and anxieties that hold us back in life and become everything you’ve ever wanted to be.

  • Author: Meirav Harel
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Manage Your Internal Kindergarten

Learn how to govern your internal children with a unique therapeutic model that will free you from the emotional pain and suffering that have been weighing on you for years.

Most of us are usually unaware that we are carrying traumas and scars from our childhood which have a significant influence on our adult life and the potential to cause long-term issues.

To heal ourselves and prevent suffering, pressure, depression, and anxiety, we must learn how to effectively manage our internal kindergarten – the children within us that represent the entirety of our childhood experiences and memories.

Manage Your Internal Kindergarten is written in clear and simple language and is a guide to self-help through the children within us.

The book introduces a unique treatment model meant to help you turn reality around and teach you:

  • *Who you truly are
  • *How you are being controlled in the present by who you were in the past
  • *How you can provide attention to the suffering children within you, and heal them
  • *How to stop acting through habit
  • *How to be kinder to yourself and your surroundings

The Case of the Jewish Savior

The Nazis took her life. Now someone else is trying to ruin her name.

Auschwitz, 1943. At the height of World War II, Yulia Laizer perishes in the Nazi death camp due to her noble actions that saved many Jews from a terrible fate she herself could not avoid.

Or at least, so history suggests.

Israel, present day. After his son returns home from school with a story that casts a shadow on Yulia’s life, Oded, a Secret Service man, embarks on a journey to discover who has been defaming his grandmother and distorting his family’s history.

Oded is torn between his duty to protect his family and his wish to clear his grandmother’s name and return things to the way they were. But his unyielding crusade may claim additional victims.


Out of a Clear Blue Sky

One man’s journey to save his son from an impending crisis leads to a quest of self-discovery that brings him to question our place in the universe.

On a cold day in February, a 7-year-old boy is taken on his way home from school. A year goes by, and the kidnapper gives no reason. No ransom note is sent to the family – who has no choice but to spiral into a vortex of grief, mourning and resignation.

When his youngest son Yonatan is kidnapped without explanation, Hanoch has no idea how to save his son, what’s left of his family – or himself. After a radical moment of discovery shakes his perception on reality, Hanoch sets out to find an objective truth that might bring order back into his crumbling world.

Throughout this journey of constant questions and answers, Hanoch is exposed to the wide spectrum of life and its different aspects – the philosophical, psychological, mystical, theological and the emotional.

Full of colorful characters and deep, meaningful insights, Out of a Clear Blue Sky is a thought-provoking novel that will keep readers questioning long after its surprising end. Can Hanoch find his son’s kidnapper in time? Or was he always too late?

  • Author: Ehud Peled
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

The Bliss Conspiracy

They hold the Key to eternal happiness. It might just cost them their lives.

When an unconscious woman appears on the doorstep of his isolated woodland cabin, Amen doesn’t know what to address first: her striking good looks, the smoking gun in her hand, or her unbelievable story of greed, betrayal, and murder – with its epicenter rooted in a secret messianic council led by the Vatican.

An international group of scientists make a discovery that has the potential to intervene with the human genome and change everything mankind knows about itself. A finding so radical, its very existence can shed light on the cornerstone of humanity’s existence – or topple the world order forever.

And it’s already out.

Alongside a senior detective, an ambitious cardinal, and a resourceful academic, Amen and Osnat are caught in the middle of a conspiracy that connects the three major monotheistic religions – with a cataclysmic conclusion in the heart of Jerusalem, the holiest city in the world.

An international thriller questioning the nature of human evolution, The Bliss Conspiracy sweeps both its heroes and readers between matters of science and religion, murder, mysteries, and absolution.

  • Author: Naama Levy Eylam
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Everything She Left Behind

Secrets from the past are just waiting to be uncovered.

Austria, 1945. 19-year-old Klara and her family are banished to the harsh conditions of a Nazi labor camp. Strong-willed and resilient, Klara refuses to give up hope and does everything in her power to survive.

Finally, the camp is released and Klara is free – but there are still hardships to overcome. Upon returning home to Hungary with her family, they discover that the home they left behind is no longer theirs. Devastated, Klara decides to leave her family and sets off on her own, to her new destination – first to Italy then the land of Israel. Her path will be wrought with challenges, but also with love, and the hope of a family of her own.

Years later, the delivery of a mysterious letter sets into motion an unexpected series of events in the life of Alice, Klara’s granddaughter. She embarks on a journey in pursuit of secrets from the past, secrets which when uncovered, might just help her decide her own path in life.

  • Author: Zvi Speiser
  • Language: English
  • Category: פנטזיה ומדע בדיוני

2056 The Truth

Has God been discovered?

Just as Dr. Paul Hill’s quantum communication system starts receiving messages from civilizations across the galaxy, his project is abruptly defunded and shut down. Following the discovery of what appears to be unequivocal evidence to the existence of God, hidden in messages coded in the human genome, those in power believe they now hold all the answers.

But do they?

Together with his colleague Dr. Zoe Reznik, the two scientists track secrets in the Galaxy lost to humanity, but they are not alone. Their journey will have them facing off with the Chinese government, the Christian church, and a hidden sect of zealots thought long-gone, sworn to keep humanity on the path of God.

Set after the events of 2036: The Proof, Zvi Speiser’s latest novel is full of modern-day answers to questions old as time, as to mankind’s place in the universe, the true power of faith and more.

  • Author: Shlomit Weiss
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Engaging Leader

An inspiring guide to becoming a leader who truly cares without compromising on excellent results.

The world has no shortage of leaders – some are strong, dominant, and pushy, others are kind, caring, and empathetic. These traits are often mutually exclusive, and not many people can naturally employ both. But the key to true leadership lies in bringing these worlds together, in combining high performance and uncompromising results with true, honest care for people, their needs and their aspirations. Or in other words, engaging leadership.

This book will teach and inspire you to become the very best leader you can be. One who achieves outstanding results while engaging the people around you through motivation and dedication.

With real-life examples and practical tools, Shlomit Weiss uses her rich experience in leadership and management positions at all levels in the high-tech industry for more than 30 years, to create a step-by-step guide for both the beginning and experienced leader. Guided by three fundamental principles – people, results, and enjoyment – she lays down the paving stones so that you, too, can become an engaging leader.

  • Author: Dr. Gilat Trabelsi
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Adaptive Teaching

Adaptive teaching does not endeavor to “fix” anything, because no one is broken. Its purpose is to accommodate education so that it is suited to all students, in light of goals, needs, and characters.

When educators are asked about inclusion and acceptance of all students, their honest response is that inclusion is an important part of the educational assignment, but the understanding of how to apply such a concept to the classroom is often lacking and considered the domain of special education teachers alone.

However, as social and educational awareness to this issue grows, winds of change are blowing. Educators must adapt their strategies and approaches, their methods and means to the needs and singularity of each of their students.

Adaptive Teaching offers a new, relevant, realistic approach to inclusive education. It includes both theory and practical tools, but is dependent on educators’ willingness to contemplate themselves through this new attitude and adapt themselves to their students’ needs and today’s educational reality.

Dr. Gilat Trabelsi is a researcher, educational counselor, and senior teacher training expert. In her book, she shares crucial information that will help educators:

*Reduce the anxiety surrounding the demands of adaptive teaching

*Form awareness and opinions regarding adaptive teaching as a worldview

*Learn how to design functions and skills in all fields of knowledge, based on accumulative experience

  • Author: Anat Botzer
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

The Lens of Therapy

What is the hidden potential in the connection between photography and psychotherapy?

Phototherapy, a budding field in psychotherapy, combines two worlds together to create a therapeutic method based on a passion for the visual.

The Lens of Therapy provides a unique glimpse into this developing discipline, unraveling the similarities in the bond between photographer and object and that of therapist and patient.

In a brilliant analysis, Anat Botzer, a psychotherapist and artist, highlights the hidden layers in the relationship between a therapist and a patient, comparing them with the layers in the creative photography process – using examples of great historical creative personalities such as artists, directors, theoreticians, and even characters from Greek mythology.

All these combine to provide a comprehensive and enlightening introduction into the contemporary, magical field of phototherapy – therapy through photography.


A Few is the New Two

In a world where monogamy is widely the only acceptable form of a relationship, some people find that two just isn’t enough…

In this brave and groundbreaking book, men and women from all forms of polyamorous relationships share their stories with the world. In 33 inspiring monologues, they talk about intimacy, jealousy, passion, pain, and of course, the difficulties and benefits of opening a relationship to polyamory.

Their stories and experiences are analyzed in depth by the authors Zohar Carmi and Liat Sadeh-Saadon, who provide a fresh and sensitive perspective on the world of non-monogamy and create a safe space for discussion, consideration, and experimentation.

This eye-opening and judgement-free book is meant for anyone in an open relationship looking for guidance, anyone considering taking the step into non-monogamy, and anyone just interested in knowing more about it.

  • Author: Amnon Hever
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Is Covid 19 The Flood 2.0?

Is the COVID-19 pandemic simply a devastating turn of events… or is there a far deeper meaning behind it?

COVID-19 shook the world like nothing ever before. For the first time in a long time, a pandemic spread globally, and no one was safe from its wrath. While scientists have been busy with how, when, where, and what can be done to stop it, few have stopped to think about a far more important, fundamental question: why?

Just like the flood in Noah’s time, COVID-19 is a warning to the world. It is a stop sign, a plea to take a step back and look at what we have become – as individuals, as societies, as a whole. Through the wisdom and teachings of the bible, this book endeavors to explain the cause and meaning behind the virus, and to guide humanity on its path to redemption.

  • Author: Nina Selbst
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Writ in Water

This book, based on wide-ranging research on water, views the world through the rippling, complex lens of water. It looks at the emergence of civilizations and their decay, delves into creation myths, ponders the place of water in the human psyche as expressed in art and poetry and folklore, considers its role as a factor of production, a source of energy, a conduit of transportation, and a consumer good, examines changing concepts of physical and spiritual cleanliness, and notes the magical powers of springs and wishing wells and rainmakers.

It reveals how this colorless, tasteless, and odorless substance has made such an impact on our bodies and our souls. Like water itself, it meanders far and wide, and it may, just possibly, restore our sense of wonder at this elixir of life.

Nina Selbst's pellucid and friendly style of writing and her overflowing enthusiasm for her subject assure the reader not only an enlightening experience but also a pleasurable one.

  • Author: Amit Arad
  • Language: English
  • Category: סיפורת

Priests of War

Fascinating journey into the hidden and dramatic period between the Bible and Christianity

The Judean Mountains, 166 BCE. Apollonius, Governor of Samaria, leads a military campaign whose objective is to crush the incipient Maccabean Revolt.

His army counts highly trained veteran soldiers and officers. Opposite them, an uprising is

being conducted by farmers and priests, people lacking any kind of military preparation and experience in battle.

Priests of War allows us a glimpse into the heart of the dramatic events that took place in the Land of Israel as a result of King Antiochus IV’s decrees to end Jewish tradition.

The author of the historical novel series Lions of Judea helps us get acquainted with some of the main characters who played the leading roles, together with a taste of the wonderful pace and action typical of his work.

  • Author: Shlomo Kalo
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

ATHAR – A Holocaust Memoir

He was caught taking the yellow patch off his clothes and trying to sneak back into the city.

Many books have been written about the experiences of Europe’s Jews during the Second World War, but few stand comparison with this account.

Based on the author’s own experience, as a teenage partisan interned in a concentration camp in his native Bulgaria, this book paints a vivid picture of the harsh realities of the daily routine. A varied cast of characters – ranging from sadistic paramilitaries to skeletal inmates engaged in a grotesque struggle for survival – is brought vividly to life. The style is terse, direct and uncompromising, making no concessions to sentimentality and eschewing conventional literary flourishes. Interspersed in the text there are quotations from various religious sources – Jewish, Christian, and mystical – underlining the author’s belief in the survival of the human spirit in the face of adversity.


Stress Less: An easy and proven way to cope & reduce stress

Eight simple principles to help you deal with stress

Pressure can greatly affect our quality of life. In fact, when in high amounts and frequency, it can have destructive consequences both physical and emotionally.

Yet not all of these effects are negative. Pressure at lower levels can also have a positive impact and spur us on to realize our aspirations across various aspects of life.

As adults, we encounter stress at many junctions, without exceptions. This book is dedicated to everyone who wishes to delve in deeper, investigate and comprehend the mechanisms that influence stress.

In simple words and through numerous examples taken from the lives of managers and employees, Dr. Izak Fayena (DBA), who has had extensive experience as a senior executive in a number of organizations, shares his personal journey to understanding the sources of stress:

What is stress?

*In which ways does it affect our lives?

*How is pressure related to work?

*How can we develop the ability to deal with the effects stress has on us?

Stressless compiles theoretical knowledge together with multiple strategies for coping effectively, presenting eight simple principles we can all practice daily in order to mitigate the negative effects of pressure.

  • Author: Eyal Cohen
  • Language: English
  • Category: ביוגרפיה, יהדות, שואה

Genesis Days Part 1

The biblical story as it has never been told before.

The Bible is the best-selling book in human history, but sometimes the stories it weaves are not fully understood, due to its poetic and obscure literary style.

Genesis Days brings you the stories of the first generations, from the creation of the world to the end of the days of Sarah, wife of Abraham, in simple and straightforward English.

The book lays bare the lives of humanity’s forefathers and reveals ancient history through a contemporary experience.

If you’ve always wanted to read the Bible and understand it from beginning to end – this book is for you!

  • Author: Dad Is
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Parenting – Dad's survival guide to the toddler years

Are you a dad of a toddler? You will most certainly identify with everything written here!

This funny and honest book talks about what it’s really like being a dad. It brings together the most challenging, tiring, hilarious, and exciting situations in a parent's life!

It’s the BEST gift you can get yourself (if you're a Daddy), or for your partner (if you're a Mommy)!

What must be included in dad basic training?

What did you swear you would never do as a dad – and ended up doing exactly that?

What always happens to dads on vacations with the kids?

Which dads deserve a medal, and for what exactly?

Your life before and after kids… the evolution of parenting – from new dad to veteran dad… things you wish someone told you before you had a baby… questions only dads ask… things only dads do… statistics, facts of life, tips, and notes to self. All the signs you've finally turned into your father… and much, much more!

This must-read book was written for every dad who wants to survive his first years as a father without losing his sanity, and for any mom who wants to infuse this stage of parenthood with humor and laughter!

10 reasons to read this book:

  1. It’s real.
  2. It’s funny.
  3. It’s not expensive.
  4. It’s perfect for you.
  5. It’s a must read for dads.
  6. The illustrations are amazing.
  7. Your partner will also love it.
  8. It’s sensitive, but in a manly way.
  9. There are practical tips for you inside.
  10. It’ll make you realize that you’re not alone.
  • Author: Dad Is
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Baby – Dad's survival guide to baby's first year

Hey, Daddy. Welcome to the Parents Club!

If you are a new dad, or will be one soon, this is the book for you!

And if you are a new mom, this is the BEST gift for your partner!

"Mission: Baby" is a funny, informative, and masculine guidebook for dads of infants, from birth to one year of age – the best guide for your first year as a dad!

It focuses on five critical topics in your baby's life: food, sleep, diapers, illness, and games, and shares dozens of useful tips and tricks – all so that you, the new father, can succeed in the most important task you’ve ever been given – raising a baby!

How to get the baby to fall asleep when you’re REALLY desperate…? How to prepare the perfect bottle, and why it feels like planning a complex military operation…? Does the baby really need a wet-wipe warmer, and how much does it cost…?

The complete guide to gadgets for babies… 5 things you should have known before having a child… How to feed, clean, and play with your baby…? What is this infamous “gas,” and how can you deal with it…? And most importantly: will you ever have sex again???

This is a must-read for every man who’s about to become a father (or has just become one), and for every woman who wants to survive the first year of parenting without her partner running away (or hiding for days in the bathroom).

  • Author: Dad Is
  • Language: English
  • Category: עסקים, עזרה עצמית והדרכה

Pregnancy – Dad's Survival Guide to 9 Months

This is not just "another" pregnancy guide. It is the PERFECT guide for dads-to-be!

So if you're going to be a father in a few months – this book is for you!

And if you're going to be a mother – this is the BEST gift for your partner!

"Mission: Pregnancy" is an easy to read, humorous, masculine pregnancy guide, that speaks in a manly voice about a subject that was previously only for women – pregnancy.

It is an informative (and very funny) guide, full of tips and advice for all stages of pregnancy, delivery, and new parenthood.

What is the connection between ovulation and garters? Why and how do you count pregnancy in weeks? What are genetic tests, and how much will they cost? When and how does the baby start to hear you, and what can you say to the baby?

Everything you need to know about morning sickness, including critical coping mechanisms… useful advice for choosing your child’s name – and what not to call baby… How to survive shopping for baby… Why should you bring a ski suit to the birthing room? and what will life after the birth will REALLY look like?

This book is a must-read for every man whose partner is pregnant (or will be), and for every woman who wants to survive pregnancy without having her partner lose his shit entirely.

  • Author: Gary L. Rashba
  • Language: English
  • Category: מתח, מסתורין, פשע

Shift Delete

Once you’ve pushed the button – there’s no turning back.

For Elliot Parovsky, Director of the US Government’s Department of Cyber Activity, there are only three motivations in life: his work, sex, and the continuous harassment of his university-days nemesis, Darrel Lippnow.

Thousands of miles away, Russia is invading Estonia, supposedly to restore the rights of its Russian-speaking minority population. The Estonians, feeling betrayed by the US government, launch a cyber-attack on the U.S. State Department.

As Parovsky frantically investigates the attack while at a cyber conference in Russia, he begins to understand just how dire the consequences of his actions can be. While illegally spying on Lippnow, he unveils a well-kept government secret which has the potential to turn him into an easy target and put many lives in danger. Will he manage to prevent the disaster