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Two Worlds, One Child’s Heart

by vered kaminsky


Category : Religious & Christian

ISBN No :9789659267903

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This is a true and exciting story about two children, two countries and one friendship. Zhau Yang was born in a great and mysterious country – China. He lived there with his family, in all kinds of weather. Shahar was born in a small and unique country – Israel. He traveled to China with his parents to study, tour and enjoy. One day, they encountered each other on a street in China. Both were licking sweet, pink ice cream. They looked at each other silently and curiously, for not only did they not know each other, but they could see that they really did not look alike – they were so very different. They liked playing the same games, and they cried the same tears when saying goodbye, but they lived in worlds so far apart from each other, worlds in which children live who are so dissimilar and yet so very similar. Vered Kaminsky, a teacher of Communication, Cinematography, & a journalist, has published four children's books. 'Two Worlds, One Child's Heart' has published in Hebrew and in Chinese. This is an interactive book with moving images. For the full experience, using an Apple device is recommended. On Android, please use an ebook reader software with EPUB3 compatibility (like Infinity Reader). On PC, the usage of the newest version of Adobe Digital Editions is recommended.

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