Noga is almost 12 years old and she has everything. Wonderful parents, a smart, supportive older sister, great friends, and a beautiful extended family that includes grandma, grandpa, aunts and uncles, who are sometimes annoying, and sometimes not, as in all families. When Noga's sister is diagnosed with a serious illness, the whole household is turned on its head, with doctor's tests, appointments, fears, doubts and bad moods. Noga has to learn to cope with a sister who was hit by the qevil creature, q as she calls the illness. At the same time, Noga, together with her friends, deals with the trials of youth - a disappointing first love, a class queen who is not very nice, and a first kiss. Noa Rom is 32 years old, a journalist with the entertainment magazine Pna'i Plus, and cultural news editor for Radio Tel Aviv. She worked at the youth newspapers Go and Witch. She has an honors degree in communications. This is her first book for young readers.Every Friday they bake an amazing marble cake - a perfect combination of sweetness, moistness, and black and white ... This time he didna#39;t get the cake I like but a cheesecake with crumbles that ]ulia loves, because after all ita#39;s her day, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Counting Down to 12 - The Life & Loves of a Bat-Mitzva Girl|
|Publisher||:||Contento De Semrik - 2014-05-14|