Tuvia Finds His Freedom (Hebrew Edition)

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About the author:
Rabbi Eliyahu and his wife Shoshanah Shear live in Israel. They are both involved in outreach and teaching the beauty of Torah and the importance of acts of kindness to people, animals and the environment.

Their organisation - Chessed Ve'Emet - is devoted to acts of kindness and teaching Torah. Their centre also includes a lending library and a store. Eliyahu and Shoshanah write extensively and both have a variety of blogs. They are also photographers and work together as a husband and wife photography team - Shear Success Photographers. Rabbi Eliyahu is a certified Chatan (bridegroom) teacher - teaching the beautiful values of Family Purity to men about to marry and to married men wishing to refresh their learning. He loves studying and teaching Torah in-person as well as via the Internet.

Shoshanah is a qualified occupational therapist with 24 years of experience. She is also a healing facilitator, certified infant massage instructor, certified Kallah teacher, artist, photographer and writer. Shoshanah loves to combine her various skills together with Torah concepts to assist her clients to develop a life of meaning and purpose.

Tuvia Finds His Freedom (Hebrew Edition)

A nature story for children illustrated with photographs

Authored by Eliyahu Shear, Shoshanah Shear
Photographs by Eliyahu Shear, Shoshanah Shear
Translated by Dana Baum

This is the Hebrew edition of "Tuvia Finds His Freedom."

"Tuvia Finds His Freedom" is a nature story based on the true story of a "tortoise" who got lost. The book is illustrated with photographs depicting his adventures in his journey to obtain his freedom.

Tuvia the "tortoise" has a very expressive face. Through the photographs the reader can learn the body language of animals and the happiness attained when they are placed in their natural habitat.

Children between the ages of 7-11 years will enjoy this book. Some younger children might gain from the story too from both the photographs and the text.

Read the book to find out more about Tuvia.

Is he really a tortoise? Where does he belong? What / who helps him to find his freedom?

Publication Date:
1516941020 / 9781516941025
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Juvenile Nonfiction / Animals / Reptiles & Amphibians

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