Sally is a karate champion. His grandfather was also strong once, but he is no longer young, and Sally decides to protect him. From the dog, from the scooter, from the meteor - so many dangers lurking in the street!
It's good that Sally also has someone watching over him.
What do a plow, a tooth, and a tractor have in common? Meir Shallu turned all of them into heroes of his children's books. The beloved writer Meir Shloh has written for adults and children.
Among his many books lie the book you hold and also: Hakna Nechama, Roni and Nomi and Jacob the bear and Kramer the cat.
A few months after the completion of Meir, they completed the story on Sally, and his grandfather fell ill.
He was able to approve the sketches submitted by the illustrator Michel Kishka, but he was fired before he saw
the printed book.
His books will forever remain a part of Hebrew culture.