On the day when Pepi changed his plans, everything started as any normal day. His uncle, known by his nickname Peppy, came down from his house in Malki Israel Square to pick up the newspaper and drink morning coffee, but a chance meeting at the cafe changed his plans and the course of the next few days, and also heated up the situation. And actually, what can be normal in the day of someone mixed up like Pepi? In her debut novel, Efrat Greenberg presents us with a refreshing, original and pathos-free position, an absurd comedy of errors, based on the identity of the unique hero she created - Pepi - a beautiful and confused guy, the fruit of the love of the Jewish Orna and the Arab Sami. The plot twists at a fast pace between Tel Aviv and Eblain, Dimona and Ramallah, events unfold without intention on his part, and out of them emerges the story of his life and his special relationship with his family members. Pepi's "mixed" identity and his existence, light and sloppy on the one hand, walking between the drops on the other hand, are an introduction to the local thicket in which we live. At Pepi's side, Greenberg embroidered with threads of humanity an unforgettable gallery of characters full of brilliance and color that will enter all of us deep into our hearts. Efrat Greenberg, born in Haifa, is a psychologist and writer. Has a doctorate in the field of reading disabilities. Today she lives with her husband and two daughters in Tel Aviv. Inspired by her work with children and youth, she wrote her first book, Little Big, published by Mater. The Day Peppy Changed His Plans is her first book for adults.