Tag Archives: Kinneret Publishing


Dvora Busheri & Noa Kelner

Dru is on the swing in the playground when Sophie comes by and asks her to play. But there’s not enough room for two on the swing. A clever and charming board book series that reveals children’s interaction on the playground.

200mm x 200mm/20 pages/ Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing


Allison Ofanansky & Rotem Teplow

Miriam sits in her courtyard and watches the sky above the rooftops of Fez turn dark. When three stars twinkle overhead, Passover ends and another holiday -Mimouna- begins. Miriam can’t wait to sink her teeth into the paper-thin pancakes her mother always makes for Mimouna. But they don’t have any flour! With the help of Jasmine and her mother, their Muslim neighbour, the party takes place and joy is in the air.

270mm x 210mm / 32 pages / Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing


Aviad Sar-Shalom & Liav

Last Tuesday in the yard, just behind the backdoor, Oren happened to find a little dinosaur. ‘What is a dinosaur doing here?’ Oren thought. ‘He belongs in the Jurassic Era. I’d better take him back home right now.’ Luckily Oren has a time machine at home. Let’s the adventure start!

195mm x 245mm/48 pages/ Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing


Nathan and Yael Gover & Noam Nadav

Once upon a time, in the faraway kingdom of Jordan, lived an Emir who had a magnificent pair of boots. Every time he went off to war, he would ride away until he was all worn out and his boots were all worn out, too. When the Emir meets a Jewish cobbler, who makes him the best boots ever, a special bond grows between the two men.

270mm x 210mm / 32 pages/ Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing

Who Invented School, Anyway?

written by Shoham Smith & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

In a few weeks, days, or even tomorrow, you will go for the first time to a place that will become an important part of your life for years – school. This book will tell you about who invented school, when and why. How did school look like in the past? Do all the schools around the world look the same?


Hardback / 255 x 195 / 80pp / Kinneret Publishing

The Memory Peddler

written by Orit Gidali & illustrated by Tami Bezaleli
One day the memories peddler and his son stopped next to an old man. The memories peddler peaked out of the window and asked: “Would you have by any chance some old memories to sell?” “Old memories?” answered the old man surprised. “What would you need someone else’s used memories for?” A poignant and powerful story about an old man who sells his memories of his long-gone Rosie and realises too late how precious they were.

Hardback / Kinneret Publishing



written by Noya Sagiv & illustrated by Shahar Kober
Good morning world. Today is the first day. Today is Omer’s first day in the world. A head peeks out from under the cover. Omer reaches out with all his might. A touching story about the creation of the world along with the story of new-born Omer. Harback / Kinneret Pub

Rights sold: Spanish & Russian


written by Libby Daon and illustrated by Rachel Shalev

Mrs. Pink Dragoness has an astonishing magical ring. Whenever she is lonely, she gives it a spin and lands in the most amazing places around the world where she gets the chance to meet and help people. An entertaining story about an adventurous dragoness.

Hardback / 276 x 265 / 54 pages / Kinneret Publishing




written by Deakla Keydar & illustrated by Ilana Zafran

Life is not fair, thinks Aviv, when her beloved cat Georgie gets lost. But the search for Georgie leads Aviv to fresh discoveries, not only of new friends and wayward cats but also of her true self. An original coming of age story in which we meet a young heroine with an open heart and find out that children, cats and life can be full of surprises. Ilana Zafran’s illustrations add wit and warmth to this memorable story about mending young hearts. Deakla Keydar is the author of Mummy Don’t Go and The Sad Alligator and the Fly.

Hardback / 165 x 235 / 160 pages / Kinneret Publishing