Lir is a young, green dragon. He has a best friend, a strict teacher and a loving mom that prepares him his favorite dish: rats stew with spider eggs. He thinks that he is a regular dragon, like all other dragons, until one night while counting toads in his bed, he gets a strange feeling. In the following days he understands that time has gone astray, the days become confused, and for some reason: he is the only one that notices it. Lir goes on a quest to learn about the origins of time, and if possible, to try and restore order. During his wonderous journey, Lir learns a thing or two about himself and needs to make a critical decision: accept his uniqueness or give up and be an average dragon.
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Eshkar is a renowned Israeli writer that published 28 books (thus far) with some of Israel’s biggest publishing houses, Yedioth Books and Kinneret Zmora-Bitan.
Around 250,000 copies of her books were sold in Israel. Several of her books made it to the bestsellers lists, won gold book awards and were chosen for the Ministry of Education’s school initiatives.
Eshkar is looking to sell rights/license her work for publishing in more countries and languages. Three of her books have been translated into English for evaluation purposes. Eshkar owns all rights to her books (besides the Hebrew language).