The Watcher of the Redemption is the eighth book in the successful book series "The Greats of the Nation to the Children of Israel" - the exemplary figures who have illuminated the path of the people of Israel in recent generations. Why did a young boy answer letters sent to the chief rabbi? Why did Rabbi Zvi Yehuda refuse to visit the exhibition in memory of his father, Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook? How did Rabbi Zvi Yehuda convince a desperate yeshiva instructor to stay in his position? Why did the guest have to repeat the same thing over and over in the rabbi's ears? Why didn't the rabbi sleep all night? Where did he go at the end of the wedding? How did Rabbi Zvi Yehuda react when he heard the bitter news? Who were the first citizens who were allowed to reach the Western Wall after its liberation? On the occasion of which event did Rabbi Zvi Yehuda wear holiday clothes? What brought a group of students to knock on the door of the rabbi's house at two o'clock in the morning? And how did Rabbi Zvi Yehuda calm the concerns of a kibbutznik, mother of a home, and a new immigrant? Twenty-four stories, well crafted and beautifully illustrated, will bring you together with a wonderful and fascinating character that will light up your world and the world of your children for many years.