By His is Meir (Author)

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In the center of the novel is a boy and a girl who are engaged in breeding carrier pigeons for the defense during the war of liberation. The boy is in the back of the Jordan Valley and the girl is in the back of the zoo in Tel Aviv, and they form bonds of love. The story ends with the boy's fall in the battle for the Saint Simon Monastery in Jerusalem. Before his death, he is enough to send one last dove to his girlfriend. At the same time, Yair Mendelson, a tourist guide, tells about the pigeons and the lovers, about himself, about his mother, who gave him a surprising gift - a sum of money that allows him to build a new house and leave his wife, and about the contractor who renovates the house and becomes his lover. "Yona and a Boy", opens the "Library for the People" series of Am Oved in 2006. Meir Shalu was born in Nahalel (July 29, 1948), son of the poet Yitzhak Shalu. He spent his childhood in Nahalel, in Kibbutz Ginosar and in Jerusalem. Studied psychology at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Produced and hosted programs on radio and television. A regular columnist in Yediot Ahronoth. His book Tanach Now includes commentaries on the stories of the Bible and is based on a section he published in the Haaretz newspaper. On Meir Shalev in the Lexicon of New Hebrew Literature. Among his previous books: Chemim Ahadim - with a worker | A Russian novel - with a worker Fontana - with an employee | Mainly about love - with an employee Esau - with an employee Bible now - Shoken | The secret of holding the eyes - with Oved | In his home in the desert - with Oved

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