I is for Israel by Gili Bar-Hillel
  

I is for Israel

Written by Gili Bar-Hillel
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RRP £12.99

Synopsis

I is for Israel by Gili Bar-Hillel

The new title in the acclaimed and longstanding FL World Alphabets series takes Israel as its subject. From D is for Dead Sea to S is for Souq, this is a celebration of Israel in all its diversity, from its rich heritage to modern-day life and families. A stunningly photographed introduction to a unique and fascinating country.

About the Author

GILI BAR-HILLEL is an editor, reviewer and translator. She worked as the editor of children's books for the Israeli publishing house Keter and has written for the major Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz . The books she has translated into Hebrew include titles by Jacqueline Wilson, Dianne Wynne-Jones and Noel Streatfield and, most famously, J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. Gili Bar-Hillel lives in Tel-Aviv with her family.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Gili Bar-Hillel
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2016

ISBN

9781847807083


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