Ayin Hillel was born in 1926 in the Jezreel Valley of Israel. He fought in the elite Palmach during Israel's 1948 War of Independence and worked as Jerusalem's chief landscape architect from 1954-1969, designing the city's botanical and biblical gardens. A poet and beloved children's book author, Hillel's published works span forty years. He was awarded the Fichman Prize and an Andersen Honor Citation in 1976. He died in 1990.
Shimrit Elkanati is a cartoonist and children's book illustrator whose work has been featured in The New York Times, Nobrow, and Scrawl. She is the recipient of a 2014 Honorable Mention from the Israel Museum's Ben-Yitzhak Award for the Illustration of Children's Books.
Marmalade and her crew of construction kittens are in high demand!
Their latest assignment (and biggest job yet) is to build the new Mewburg bridge. But with the bridge comes the one thing that cats hate most of all—water! As the team struggles to face their fears and do their jobs, they are forced to get help from some unlikely allies. . . slobbery, car-chasing DOGS.
This epic volume contains all three books in the SkyClan and the Stranger trilogy: The Rescue, Beyond the Code, and After the Flood.
Newleaf is coming, and Leafstar is proud to see SkyClan thriving under her leadership. But when the arrival of a mysterious stranger throws SkyClan into turmoil, Leafstar must figure out what is best for her Clan—once and for all.
With newly colorized art, this stand-alone manga adventure is perfect for the collections of longtime Warriors readers or any graphic novel fan.
Just as GW gets Barry and Biter to agree to leave with him, a mouse named Harriet and her many mouse minions get in their way. What follows is class-pet chaos guaranteed to make readers giggle . . . and maybe look at their class pets a little differently in the future.