Haya Shenhav's classic tale of three best friends out on an eventful journey is filled with imagination and humor about friendship, creativity, and overcoming obstacles.
"Behold, how good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity" (Psalms, 133:1)
Young children "chat" and imagine with their peers. They experiment with friendship together for the first time, and learn how to play with their friends. This story will encourage them to keep on imagining, chatting, and building great friendships.
Haya Shenhav is a poet and author born in 1936 in Kefar Yehoshua, in the Jezreel Valley. Her first children's book, Mitz Petel ("Raspberry Juice"), was published in 1970, and is a huge favorite among children to this day. Among her well-known and much loved works are Aliza Habarvaza Vehahaverim ("Aliza the Duck and Friends"), and HippoTam, as well as the songs Gveret Im Salim ("A Lady with Groceries"), and Mi Shavar Et Hatzalahat ("Who Broke the Plate?"). In 1985, Haya Shenhav was awarded the Zeev Prize for Children and Youth's Literature, and in 2004 she was the Bialik Literature Prize laureate. Haya Shenhav lives in Ein Kerem, Jerusalem.