How not to get wet at the Yael pool parties and we were demanded and I lay down on the asphalt in the dark part of the road, at the same point we are lying in every year, and choosing stars that will be our forever. Today I already knew we wouldn't remember these stars tomorrow, every year we chose stars that would be ours forever, and winning never held until next year. Tom knows that there is always something under the things people say. She also knows that life is not an American movie with 'Fi &' Kitschi, and that in order to survive in the world you have to know good-good to be careful and what to hide. But when a day is exposed to a youth website writing and allowing herself to release a little, a chain of surprising, strange and dangerous events begins, which will make her doubt everything she thought is really to find out who she is. In a sweeping novel, packed with colorful figures and with thrilling insights, Yael and Rasano present a convincing portrait, yes and witty of the youth period; About the pain of separation from childhood, first infatuation and the gaps between reality and what we tell ourselves. Yael Versano is a writer and screenwriter, a graduate of the Sam Spiegel film and television school. How not to get wet at pool parties is her first book, and the tenth book chosen for a wild series of contemporary source literature, which brings on readers and readers of new and unconventional voices.