Why did Rachel reveal to Leah the signs she set with Jacob? Why did Rahav help the spies escape from the roof of her house? Did Michal manage to make King David love her back? What promise did Batsheva demand David to keep? And what really was the purpose of the Queen of Sheba's coming to King Solomon's palace? This book presents the stories of twenty-six women in the Bible - from Eve to Huldah - who acted, led, led, rebelled, loved, dreamed and left their mark on Jewish history. Like silk threads woven into a scarf, the story of one woman touches the story of the next After her, in chronological order, the stories illuminate each other, and from them the biblical narrative is painted and woven with its multitude of shades and characters, the feminine and the masculine, through the eyes of women. The stories are based on the simplicity of the Bible, Sage commentaries and contemporary commentary articles, plus a little personal imagination. Etti Elboim is a writer, playwright and journalist. Among her books: "Orchids at the Gate of the Gorge", "Dash Lagan Eden", the children's fantasy series "Magic Mother", the trilogy for young people "Mirages" and the documentary "Girl in Auschwitz". Rinat Gilboa is an illustrator and graphic designer, graduated from Bezalel. Engaged in illustration and book design, stamps and maps, branding and more. Her work touches on contemporary Israeli-Jewish culture and its visual interpretation.