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Teach your children that love is the most important thing in life! Award-winning author!
Shoo was a homeless cat who lived on a sidewalk and ate bits and pieces that people threw away. When she couldn’t find food she was howling, and people told her to go away – but she had nowhere to go. Then, one day, she met Maya, a little girl whose family had just moved into the neighborhood. Maya was sad because she had no friends in her new home. When Maya picked up Shoo in her arms, she suddenly felt she was no longer lonely. A touching story of love and belonging.
“In our house we read it nonstop. Touching and enchanting in its simplicity. One can bet the book will easily become part of the repertoire of modern intelligent stories.” Parents and Children
“Shoo is the cutest sad cat in the world. Minimal plot and accurate description of the friendship that develops between the two heroines. Adults have something to learn as well. Brilliant.” Yediot Achronot – largest daily newspaper in Israel
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Hana Goldberg is a Lifetime Achievement Award winner from Israel’s Association of Authors and Composers (ACUM), a bestselling and critically acclaimed novelist, an award-winning children’s book author and an A-list lyricist with hundreds of popular songs and many #1 hits. Hana is a strong and original voice in Israeli culture and a frequent guest on Israeli television shows.
What others are saying about Hana’s books:
“Pure pleasure. Contemporary, flowing and fluid language. That is the greatness of Goldberg. She draws her characters with such precision it feels like you can actually touch them.” Women’s World
“A brilliant bestseller: witty love story, full of humor and sensuality.” Lily Pery, #1 literary editor
“Sharp dialogue and clever metaphors… A tight and elegant plot… A huge bestseller!” Yediot Achronot – largest newspaper in Israel