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The Shoebox (Hardback)

Children's Books

By Rinat Hoffer
Imprint: Green Bean Books
Pages: 32
ISBN: 9781784382483
Published: 28th April 2018

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“Summer holidays are drawing near,

so write your requests and put them in here.”

Aba wrote ‘Africa’, Shani chose ‘Mars,’

Gal drew pink ponies and pink candy bars!

Ima counted the votes and they went to the beach,
While the box was left on a shelf out of reach.

A clever and original story of a young girl, Shani, who uses an old shoebox for different Jewish festivals throughout the year.

Starting with new shoes for Rosh Hashana, Shani uses the box for Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Chanukah, Tu B’shvat, Purim, Pesach, Yom Ha’atzmaut, Lag Ba’Omer, Shavuot - until she gets new shoes on Rosh Hashana again.

A beautiful, gentle story for 4-8 year olds.

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About Rinat Hoffer

Rinat Hoffer was as born in 1966 and grew up in Holon, Israel. She worked for many years as an independent illustrator in daily newspapers (Ma'ariv, Yedioth), magazines and on advertising campaigns.

She has illustrated many children's books, including "Once the Sea was Soup" by Shira Gefen (Zmora Bitan 1993) "The Cleanest Girl in the World" by Chana Livneh (Zmora Bitan 1994), "Such a Friend" by Nira Harel (Hakibbutz Hameuhad 2002), "The Magic Hat" by Leah Goldberg (Hakibbutz Hameuchad 2005) and more.

I995 she began to write and illustrate her own books. Her works include, "Wardrobe of Poetry", "Purple Monster", "A Hedgehog With A Suitcase" and "Ayelet's cat".

Her awards include the Gutman Prize for Illustration; the IBBY Award, the Ben-Yitzhak Prize of the Israel Museum, the Zeev Prize for Children's Literature and the Hans Christian Andersen Medal

Hoffer lives in Gedera with her husband and three children.