Gali’s Soap Bubbles

written by Avirama Golan & illustrated by Lena Guberman

Gali lives on a rooGali's Soap Bubbles front coverftop flat overlooking the sea. One windy day, as she blows soap bubbles, they all start drifting far away. One bubble ends up in the park tickling a crying baby’s cheek and another one brings company to a lonely little girl on the beach.

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A poetic story about the true power of generosity and compassion by Avirama Golan with stunning illustrations by Lena Guberman. Winner of the Israel Museum Prize for children׳s book illustrations.

“The pages are filled with Lena Guberman’s amazing illustrations that perfectly accompany the limited text allowing children the needed time to absorb it all. The illustrations wrap the text and bring the words to life just like within soap bubbles when, in the story, the main character finds herself floating above the city in her fantasy […]” Yael Dar, Haaretz newspaper

Hardback / 260 x 270 / 48 pages / Kinneret Publishing House