Through compelling real life children’s experiences, Shira's Series enriches children’s lives with a fun way to learn about and celebrate the Jewish holidays in contemporary context. These relatable stories are told in English and Hebrew, helping parents, grandparents and teachers strengthen the future of the people of the book in the spirit of generation to generation learning.
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Galia Sabbag, the author of Shira's Series, has participated in and hosted events for Jewish children and parents, as well as Jewish educators. She is expereinced in:
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Behind The Books
Galia Sabbag was born in Israel and grew up in Tel Aviv. After her service in the IDF, she settled in Atlanta, Georgia and became a Hebrew teacher at The Davis Academy.
During her many years of teaching, she came across countless examples of children growing in knowledge and spirituality. The stories of many students are superimposed into one character - "Shira" , and with a creative spin, have become Shira's Series. As a Hebrew teacher, Galia used every opportunity to add Hebrew words, songs and blessings for the readers to learn and enjoy.
Galia's hope is that many children and families will be inspired by the stories, will grow in Jewish knowledge and implement it in their own lives.
Erin Taylor creates books for children out of a love of adventure and imagination. Her work is inspired by the fantasy worlds that exist in every child’s mind.
She has been published several times internationally, with books in the USA, Korea, Greece and elsewhere.
She enjoys working with her husband Adam Taylor, who is also an illustrator. Find more about Erin at ErinTaylorIllustrator.com!