Gadi learns about Brazil’s adoption process and retraces
the story of his own adoption. Armed with a diary written
by his father and a picture of a young girl, Gadi searches
for his roots in Brazil.
Noral Sarel (pen name) holds a degree in Literature and
Education. She has written three novels and co-authored
"Reading the book brings to several realizations and conclusions. Most important of which is that most adopted children look for their biological parents, yet, eventually, consider their adoptive parents the real ones." - Bili Besserglick, article from Kol Herzliya website
"One could imagine how the huge amazon river merged with the humble HaYarkon river in Tel Aviv, their meeting point spilling into the book's pages and describing the journey of an Israeli boy who was adopted in Brazil as a baby, and now searches for his Brazilian roots." - Shai Feldman, article from "Tzfon HaIr" magazine
"It has been a long time since I have read such a sweeping novel, that takes you to faraway places with grace and love for its protagonists." - Adi Yaron, article from "Rosh Li" website
Nora Sarel (pen name) has B.A.in Literature and Education, M.A. in Curriculum Development. She is an author and educator. She authored and co-authored textbooks across subjects such as language, geography, the Holocaust and life-skills and wrote numerous books.
Other experience includes an 8-year tenure producing educational films for the National Center for Special Education between 1989 and 1997.
Her publishing history includes: "Shai Can't Hear" (Hapoalim library, 1982); a children's book about a young boy with hearing impairments. "Hortensia" (Koreem library, 2010); a soulful and geographical story of a young, adopted Israeli who undertakes a backpacking journey to discover his true biological past. The story was inspired by her life in Brazil.
Three Voices (Amazon, 2017), Based on true events and deals with the Holocaust and its aftermath. It tells the story of a woman who travels far to unveil the secrets of her past life.
Tow sides of me is Nora's second book to be published by Amazon.
Nora is married, lives in Tel Aviv and is a grandmother of eight.
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