One morning mom discovers that Eyal is hiding wonderful paintings under his bed. When she tries to find out with him why, he is silent. Together they embark on an exciting journey, during which Eyal discovers that no one is perfect, that he doesn't have to be good at everything, and that if he searches - he will surely find his unique fingerprint. Eyal's fingerprint reminds children and parents that it's okay to mess around. that it is allowed to burn cakes, fake it in the shower and also have difficulty writing the name. The author of the book, Noam Horev, is good at writing lyrics and making a shake. Less good at assembling puzzles and repairing punctures. Songwriter and composer, winner of Acomm awards, author of many well-known songs (among them small gifts) and the bestseller Ziona has one wing and a draft of happiness. The illustrator of the book, Idan Barzilai, is good at growing pots and ground gymnastics. Less good at navigation and soccer. Illustrator of children's books, creator of movies Acclaimed animation, screened at festivals in Israel and around the world.