here is my nose? Where are my hands? Where is my tail?... Hang on a minute, who has a tail? Rabbit's search for his tail ends in triumph when it is found.Read More
A Tale of a Rabbit and a Tail
Written by: Ayin Hillel Illustrated by: Liat Yaniv Ofek / Publisher: Hakibbutz Hameuhad
here is my nose? Where are my hands? Where is my tail?... Hang on a minute, who has a tail? Rabbit's search for his tail ends in triumph when it is found.
Finding what you seek
Children often grow attached to a stuffed animal or blanket, and feel devastated when it is lost. They search for it everywhere, and sometimes, just when they despair of it and begin to cry, they discover it was right under their noses all along, or in Rabbit's case – right at the end of his back.
Enjoy reading this book together!
Ayin Hillel (1926–1990)
Ayin Hill (Hillel Omer) was born in Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek in 1926. An author, poet, and landscape architect, Ayin Hillel often incorporated nature, landscapes, and animals into his poems. Many generations of Israeli children were raised on his literary gems, such as the Uncle Simcha stories, Why does the Zebra Wear Pajamas?, Yossi, Smart Child of Mine, and many others. Ayin Hillel also wrote poetry and prose for adults. He won many awards for his work, and passed away in 1990.