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We congratulate author and poet Nurit Zarchi, winner of the 2021

Israel Prize in Literature and Poetry. Zarchi's contribution to Israeli literature is beyond measure. A literary diva, she published more than 100 books for children and adults. Her work has been influencing the younger generations of writers in the country for many years, as she insisted on writing truthfully and candidly for children, touching on painful subjects and emotions without filters or embellishments. What

a great choice!

 

Read more about it in the Jerusalem Post







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