written by Eshkol Nevo & illustrated by David Hall
Amalia’s father is going for a week to Australia. Amalia misses him a lot – at breakfast, on the way to nursery and at the end of the day when all the fathers are waiting at the gate. Suddenly, there is a knock. Could it be daddy? No, it is The Whipped Cream Man and other unusual guests who ״happen״ to walk by and help her forget about her father’s absence. A great story to help children understand and deal with separation.
Eshkol Nevo is an international author translated in many languages. AMALIA’S FATHER GOES TO AUSTRALIA is his first children’s book. David Hall is a prolific illustrator known for his watercolour technique.
Hardback / 280 x 255 / 32 pages / Kinneret Publishing House