Sara Aharoni

Sara Aharoni was born in Israel in 1953. She worked as a teacher, educator and school principal for 20 years. She also spent four years in Lima, Peru, as an educational envoy of the Jewish Agency. Together with her husband, Meir Aharoni, Sara wrote, edited and published a series of books about Israel, including four in English. She has also published six children’s books.

In 2008, Aharoni published her debut novel, Saltanat's Love, based on her mother's life story, and it became a bestseller. Her third novel, Mrs. Rothschild's Love, went instantly to the top of the Israeli bestseller list. Aharoni received the Book Publishers Association's Platinum Prize for her first novel (2010) and the Steimatzky Prize for best-selling book of the year for Mrs. Rothschild's Love  (2016).



Books Published in Hebrew

FICTION
Saltanat's Love (novel), Yedioth Ahronoth, 2008 [ Ahavata Shel Saltanat]
When the Sky Is Close to Earth (novel), Sifriat Maariv, 2011 [Kshe-Ha-Shamayim Hitkarvu La-Adama]
Mrs. Rothschild's Love (historical novel) , Yedioth Ahronoth, 2015 [Ahavatah Shel Gveret Rotshild]
Persian Silence (novel) , Yedioth Ahronoth, 2017 [Shtika Parsit]
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CHILDREN
The Fisherman and the Rowboat (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Ha-Dayag Ve-Ha-Sira]
That's What I Think [a boy] (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Kacha Ani Choshev]
That's What I Think [a girl] (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Kacha Ani Choshevet]
Two Girl Friends (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Shtei Chaverot]
The Girl Who Didn't Know to Say No (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Ha-Yalda She-Lo Yad'ah Lehagid Lo]
The Languages's Competition (children-picture bk), Miksam, 2006 [Tacharut Ha-Safot]

Books in Translation

Spanish: Mexico City, Random House, forthcoming