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Written and illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

What is sure is that a messy person is born messy and will remain messy for life! At some point. it was believed that a messy person is different biologically, but today we know that it is not the case. The internal organs of a messy person are no different from others. The difference is much deeper than that. A witty graphic memoir for messy people – and non-messy people curious to dive into the mind of messy people.

Hardback / 205 x 150 mm / 225 pages / Einat Tsarfati

It Could Be Much Worse

written and illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

In this sequel to IT COULD BE WORSE, we follow Albertini and George’s incredible adventures in the jungle where they meet poisonous bubble frogs, a tribe of monkeys and finally reunite a baby bird with its parents. This is the fourth picture book that Einat Tsarfati has written and illustrated.

Rights sold: Danish, Italian

Hardback / 210 x 270 / 48 pages / Einat Tsarfati


written and illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

After their ship sinks, two sailors are stranded in the middle of the ocean drifting on a piece of wood. One sailor wonders what could go worse, while the second one is sure it could not be worse – or could it? A funny tale about life perspectives and pooping flying fish. IT COULD BE WORSE: IN THE JUNGLE – COMING SOON!

Rights sold: Italian, Latvian, Russian, Portuguese,  Portuguese (Br), Hebrew, French, English, Danish, Simplified Chinese & Turkish

Hardback / 210 x 270 / 48 pages / Einat Tsarfati

Who Invented School, Anyway?

written by Shoham Smith and 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?

Rights sold: French, German, Korean, Simplified & Complex Chinese

Hardback / 255 x 195 / 80 pages / Kinneret Zmora Dvir Publishing

Sand Castle

written & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

A young girl in on the beach with her parents building a sand castle, but not any castle. A real castle with a seaside view. She is expecting guests – Kings and Queens from all around the world. They are having a good time until trouble starts over breakfast when the guests find sand in their food … Let the adventure begin!

Rights sold: English, Bulgarian, Danish, French, Hebrew, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Simplified Chinese, Turkish & Japanese

Hardback / 210 x 270 / 48 pages / Einat Tsarfati

The Neighbours

written & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

“I live in a building that is seven stories high. Every floor has a slightly different door. The first door has a lot of locks. That apartment belongs to a family of thieves. They just love ancient Egyptian artifacts. The second door is always surrounded by muddy footprints. That is the home of an old hunter and his pet tiger.” A delightful journey up a building and through the imagination of a young girl who imagines who her neighbours are just from the look of their front door.  With every page comes a new world of endless details and surprises. Winner of the 2017 Hapinkas Award.

Rights sold: Russian, English, Danish, French, Spanish, Catalan, Hebrew, Italian, German, Turkish, Korean, Simplified & Complex Chinese, Azerbaijani, Portuguese, Portuguese (Br), Latvian, Afrikaans, Dutch & Japanese

Hardback / 210 x 270 / 48 pages / Einat Tsarfati


written & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

Roads 1From a very young age, Nili loved going on buses. Buses had something soothing about them, like the rocking of a cradle or a boat at sea. She used to make her way home on three different buses. She also did not have anything important to come home to. Nili lived in the house of her grandmother who had passed away. From a very young age, Arye loved going on buses. He came to Mandatory Palestine as a boy, in the late 1930’s and with the establishment of the State of Israel he received his own bus, and drove it along the roads of the young country. Continue reading

Animal Olympics

written by Assaf Harel & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

Animal Olympics cover

Welcome to the race that will determine the fastest animal in the world! Will the tiger Mombasa Dombasa keep his gold medal this year or will the kangaroo Sydney Ali who is proving in excellent shape stand on the podium? What about the eagle Don Washington, the famous shark Mr Pointy or the horse Al Akbar? They could all win but there is one thing for sure – the turtle Arik has no chance to surprise us.

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After Bedtime Story

written by Shoham Smith &  illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

This lovely sAfter Bedtime Story Covertory starts with a little girl soundly asleep – or maybe not that soundly! When all the children are in bed, Nina wakes up and rushes to check what the adults are doing. Of course, everything is far more exciting, entertaining and tasty after bedtime!

Kirkus Review / RIGHTS SOLD: French & World English.

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