The eldest son of Avi Omer Deborah. In this book, the life stories of Ben-Zion, his eldest son Shul Eliezer ben-Yehuda. Later Ben-Zion changed his name to Itamar ben-Avi (meaning Ben-Eliezer ben-Yehuda). Ben-Zion He was the first child in Jerusalem whose mother's language was Hebrew, and therefore he was called 'the first Hebrew child. The life of the 'first Hebrew child' in Jerusalem at the beginning of the century was difficult. His family had to fight a bitter struggle against prejudice, poverty and illness. The father, who was crazy - To speak - one - the revival of the Hebrew language - was banned by his environment - and some saw him as truly crazy. But the son also got to ride with the guards, sail the Jaffa beach and travel in a carriage. His exciting and touching story of the 'first Hebrew boy' was written after extensive study and research, as well as Conversations with Ehud ben - Yehuda, son of Eliezer ben - Yehuda and with Leah ben Avi, wife of the eldest son of A. Ben - Yehuda, and her daughters Drora and Rena. The author and the publishing house Asiri - thanks to the members of the Ben Yehuda family, for helping to unfold the wonderful story of the life of the 'Raanan Hebrew boy'. "Habakur Beit Avi" was a great success both among young readers and among teachers and critics. For this book, the Lamdan Book Award was awarded. It is read in many schools in Israel during guided reading hours, and has also been translated into English. The book was written by Deborah Omar, whose books and stories Very popular among young readers, it won four prizes for children's and youth literature: a student prize ('Elder of Beit Avyi'; 'Sara Givorat Nil'i'), a stable prize ('Tamar leaves'), a kibbutzim prize ('A act in Loli.. ') and the Ministry of Education and Culture Award ('The Border in the Heart').