• Children's & YA
      January 2004

      The Gems of Power

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter Blue is a fairy-child that lives in two parallel worlds. Like an average 13 years old girl, she attends school every day, does her homework and spends time with her friends, who are unaware of her secret. Each night she turns into a fairy-child and flies off to MagicLand, where she meets fairies, drawflings, wonder-horses, fixit-moles, pink babies and many other wonders. One day, strange events start to unfold in MagicLand that threaten to disturb its peaceful nature. Dangerous holes appear on the ground, a wonder-horse fell down to the human world, and the fairiesג€™ power stones disappear one by one. Winter and her fairy-child friends start investigating the incidents, go through many adventures, while uncovering a plot that threatens the mere existence of MagicLand. The plot happens simultaneously in both worlds and swipes the reader into a beautiful, exciting and mysterious world. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2006

      The Dream Weavers

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter and her fairy-child friends go on several exciting and dangerous adventures. They take lessons from Eizmergada, learning for the first time how to use the magic dust that they received last summer. They meet Bogus, a mysterious, magical creature, long forgotten in the human world. They discover that the Dream-Weavers have disappeared from MagicLand and that their disappearance threatens to unravel the delicate balance between the two worlds. They help restore order in MagicLand and solve the mystery of the Dream-Weavers. This is the second installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      The Magic Storm

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter Blue is a 14 and a half years old fairy-child who lives in two parallel worlds, the human world, and another secret and wondrous world - MagicLand. There she meets Grinding beetles, an amusing dwarfling by the name of Kroshtank which is in search of the rare Bambiloks flowers, and of course fairies, house-fairies, dwarflings and many others. Winter also meets a fairy-child named Nikki and goes on her first date with Brian. When one day colorful lighting and throbbing, sparkling light balls start appearing in the human world, winter and her friends set out to investigate. The fairies warn that it seems that a, once in 500 years, magic storm is about to start. The children set out to mitigate the upcoming storm, confront a dangerous creature named Taragus and discover a dark secret from Eizmergada’s past. This is the fourth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      Dragon`s Island

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      This is an especially busy year for Winter. She celebrates her 15-th birthday and together with her friend, Maggie, spends a wonderful Christmas vacation in Paris, where she also experiences her first kiss. With the help of her friends, Winter discovers a second floating island, where mighty dragons live. The dragons have recently started to descent into the human world and threaten to expose the existence of all magical creatures. While trying to resolve the matter, the children meet a strange creature that goes by the name of Enrik the lonely, they help Thomas take care of Zog, a mysterious bat that lands in his house, and sabotage a press conference aiming to reveal the discovery of magic dust to the world. This is the fifth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2008

      The Golden Mermaids

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter and her friends come to the aid of the Golden Mermaids, which are in grave danger. In the process they go through one adventure after the other. They discover a new watery world, set out to consult with the legendary Loch Ness monster, and convince three dragons to help them in their journey. Winter helps Thomas take care of a new batch of pink babies, meets several spoiled feather-cats, tastes the disgusting taste of the Oxibush leaves, and parties at Amaryllis’ bubble party. In between, Winter gets to better know her parents, re-examines her relationship with her boyfriend, Timothy, and gets closer to her old time friend Eduard. This is the sixth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2011

      The Green Hill

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œI'm Tillipig," the dwarf introduced himself, "œBut I don't understand how is that any of your business. You do know that you invaded our hill, right? You might stand trial any minute now." "œWhat?", jumped Eve, "œWhat are you talking about? What do you mean by 'stand trial'? We were just taking a walk when we saw something yellow in the grass." "œSomething yellow? Realy?", the dwarf expressed interest and suspicion, "An oversized banana? Or was that maybe a bee? A mushroom? A dry leaf? A flower? A yellow ant? A very rotten potato?", he tried to guess. Eve laughed, "œNo, no, it was just your yellow cap." When Eve and Ben go on a week long vacation to Wales, they discover a new and mysterious world and they witness the brutal conflict between the Drissons - a type of especially irritating, croossed eyed, dwarfs - and their archenemies the Naviot - flying creatures with hearts cold as ice. During their stay, Eve and Ben discover that the picturesque green hill near their summer house is teeming with exciting life.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2009

      The Darklings

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œWho... are you?", asked Tommy stuttering. "œWe are Darklings, you ignorant boy," responded one of them. "œAre you fairies?", Tommy was confused, "œElves?" "œWe are Darklings, I already told you," snarled the darkling, "œnot fairies and not elves. We are much less innocent than fairies and much smarter than elves." "œI didn't know... that such things existed...", Tommy continued to stutter. "œAnd I didn't know that such dumb boys existed...", replied another darkling, "œbut here I'm proven wrong."

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      Lir the Dragon and the Hourglass

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      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.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2008

      Falling Stars

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Isak sat on her side, on the floor, still collapsed in a fetal position, and looked terrified at the happenings. She thought to herself that this is just a bad dream and that she will wake up and realize this is not actually happening: mother will fry pancakes, father will call from London, and everything will be as it was. 12 years old Isak, lives with her family in an English village, where life passes by calmly. Each one of the house's residents is troubled with their own things: Isak is craving for good company, her twin brothers fill the house with animals, and her older sister has a crush on her tutor. Their world abruptly collapses when their father decides to leave the house. Together with their mother, they need to deal with a new painful and scary situation, but with time they discover each other, and each finds the light in his life. Falling Stars is a moving human story, riddled with crisis and difficulties, but full of optimism and hope.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2010

      Tuesdays, at Four Thirty pm

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      “My name is Ellie and I’m fourteen and a few months old. Once a week I go to a psychologist. My mother says he is one of the best. My father does not really care to which psychologist I go. He just wants someone to fix me already. “ Each Tuesday at four and a half, Ellie, a 14 years old girl, meets Udi the psychologist. From one meeting to the other, she goes through a fascinating journey of self-discovery. She learns things that she didn’t know about herself, her parents and her sister, and realizes that every family, even the most ordinary looking one, has secrets simmering beneath the surface. Tuesdays at four thirty is a special growing up story of a girl from Tel-Aviv. A story full of honesty and pain, earth-shattering surprises, friendship, love and acceptance.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      Anise, beginner witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      It’s not easy being a witch. Anise, a beginner 8 years old witch, is sometimes sick of it. When one day she says to herself: “I wish I wouldn’t have to be a witch!” she is amazed to discover that her wish comes true. At once, her cloaks change into casual clothes, instead of porridge with horse hair and spider legs, her mother serves cereal for breakfast, her teacher teaches math instead of potion blending and all the black cats disappear from the alley. While in this new world, Anise begins to appreciate her previously enchanted life, and she is determined to bring back magic into her life. To achieve that, she is reluctantly forced to ask for help from her young (and annoying) sister, Sage. Along their journey, she discovers new things, not only about enchantments and magic, but also about the value of friendship and love. This is a fascinating story, full of humor and magic. This is the first installment in the Witch and Wizard book series. The Witch and Wizard series (7 books) is a fantasy book series for beginner readers. It’s funny and easy to read. It captivates youngsters with the unusual adventures, activities, names and foods that are part of day to day life in this alternate world of witches and wizards.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2010

      Aloevera, a very talented wizard indeed

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      “Looking for a round and pleasant witch, cheerful and not fearful, adventurous but not disastrous“ Aloevera’s search for a suitable girlfriend takes him on an unexpected adventure involving a purple hippo, a phone with a sore throat, several spell books, bubbling potions and an annoyed parrot named Rolly. Will he find love? This is the second installment in the Witch and Wizard book series.The Witch and Wizard series (7 books) is a fantasy book series for beginner readers. It’s funny and easy to read. It captivates youngsters with the unusual adventures, activities, names and foods that are part of day to day life in this alternate world of witches and wizards.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2011

      Sage, daydreaming witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Sage's day-dreams start materializing one after the other and soon get out of control. This makes her life confusing and unexpected. A pink cat with wings lands on her window ledge, a shower of colorful bubblegum rains down in the middle of the day, a bunch of sheep run through her teacherג€™s houseג€¦ Poor Sage enlists the help of her older sister, Anise, and together they try to resolve the matter, whatever it takes. Will they manage to find a cure for the severe day-dreamus illness, the rare wizard sickness that plagues Sage? This is the third installment in the Witch and Wizard book series. The Witch and Wizard series (7 books) is a fantasy book series for beginner readers. It's funny and easy to read. It captivates youngsters with the unusual adventures, activities, names and foods that are part of day to day life in this alternate world of witches and wizards.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2013

      Melisa, Tiresome Old Witch

      Witch & Wizard

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Anise and Sage had a lot of plans for the spring break: hunt toads, swim in the river, hike... but they did not imagine that they would have to spend their entire vacation in the company of their old aunt! When aunt Melisa arrives with tons of suitcases, a screechy voice, and a pet potted plant, the girls decide to make her go away in any way they can. But how will they get rid of a witch with a dire love for disgusting things and a peculiar taste? This is the fifth installment in the Witch and Wizard book series. The Witch and Wizard series (7 books) is a fantasy book series for beginner readers. It's funny and easy to read. It captivates youngsters with the unusual adventures, activities, names and foods that are part of day to day life in this alternate world of witches and wizards.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2012

      Rose's Blossom

      Emerald, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œShe suddenly felt a sharp piercing pain through her shoulder blades. It hurt. It wasn't intolerable pain, but it definitely was troubling. Then, in a second, something miraculous happened that Emerald could only imagine. Two delicate white wings hatched from her shoulder blades, and her body started to slowly shrink."œ Eleven years old Emerald, never heard of Magic-Land until she got her wings and became a Fairy-Child. When her mother tells her about this magical world, Emerald hurries to visit it, but discovers that it is in trouble. Now she needs to find a way to help the wonderous, magical creatures that she only envisioned in her dreams, and to embark on the adventure of her life. This is the first installment in the Emerald, Fairy-Child book series. The Emerald, Fairy-Child series (4 books) is a follow-up series to the best-selling series Winter-Blue, Fairy-Child. Winter Blue is all grown up now, and as with all fairy-children, she lost her wings and her ability to visit Magic-Land. Emerald is Winter's daughter, and she is following in her footsteps, taking her own distinct path.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      The Secret of the Maya

      Emerald, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œWhat's the secret of the Maya? No one knows, but the lucky one to discover it, will receive great powers, greater than any other." The people of the cult are plotting again. This time they want to find the source of power of the Maya people and use it to destroy Magic-Land. The children have no choice but to find the Maya secrets before the cult and defend them. Unfortunately, Emerald's magic powers are running astray just when she needs them most. This is the third installment in the Emerald, Fairy-Child book series. The Emerald, Fairy-Child series (4 books) is a follow-up series to the best-selling series Winter-Blue, Fairy-Child. Winter Blue is all grown up now, and as with all fairy-children, she lost her wings and her ability to visit Magic-Land. Emerald is Winter`s daughter, and she is following in her footsteps, taking her own distinct path.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2012

      Henley's Wings

      Tales from Windydust

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Don't bother looking up Windydust on your map - it's written in invisible ink. But if you are brave enough, you could join Theo the Click and his friend Henley on a journey through this legendary land. Just be careful, it won't be a pleasant journey, but rather a wild adventure where you'll meet, not entirely sane creatures, have a picnic near a field of eye-fruits. You might get Spinach-Spontanins to purr, fly on the back of an angry Dichuzoaurous, get a ride on the tricycle of a rather nice Truid - whatever it takes to get to the dark forest of the Triksons. There Henley plans to unravel her secret plan. Will she succeed? Will they make it? This is the first installment in the Windydust book series. The Windydust series (3 books) is a fantasy book series for young adults. The stories are presented in the hilariously insane and made-up world of Windydust. Be prepared to be surprised every step of the way.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2013

      The Mysterious Scarlet Dragon

      Tales from Windydust

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œI untied the purple ribbon and opened the box. I think I almost fainted when I saw its contents. It was an egg. A pretty big egg, a little bigger than my head. It was shiny and had kind of a red color to it. In the name of the click gods, Henley, what did you bring me!?" When Henley, the trikson, brings Theo the click a rare dragon egg for his thirteen birthday, he immediately decides that it has to be returned. Together they set out on a hilarious and surprising journey and will learn a thing or two about the place that is closest to the heart. This is the second installment in the Windydust book series. The Windydust series (3 books) is a fantasy book series for young adults. The stories are presented in the hilariously insane and made-up world of Windydust. Be prepared to be surprised every step of the way.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2014

      The Blue Amanita Mushroom

      Tales from Windydust

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      How many times you told a white lie to a friend in order not to insult him? That's exactly what Theo does when Melody sets out to participate in a singing competition. At first, he supports her, but when he listens to her terrible singing, he understands that only magic can save her from the inevitable upcoming humiliation. Now he has no choice but to go out and search for the craved Blue Amanita Mushroom, which bestows the voice of a nightingale upon whoever eats it. But finding it is not simple, Theo will have to visit a desolated island, raise Japanese Persimmon worms and do business with a common Bolon. This is the third installment in the Windydust book series. The Windydust series (3 books) is a fantasy book series for young adults. The stories are presented in the hilariously insane and made-up world of Windydust. Be prepared to be surprised every step of the way.

    • Fiction
      June 2017

      Onyx eyes

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Since the disaster of 2040, the world is preoccupied with its own survival. The primary goal is to preserve humankind and help humans reproduce. Due to deteriorating fertility levels, the central government legislates a law that forces all 18-year-old men and women to donate their sperm and ova to a global genetic pool. Onyx, a lost 26 years old woman, ventures out on a brave journey of finding her biological offsprings, that were artificially conceived from her ova when she was just 18 years old. She goes against laws and conventions and discovers that primal maternal instincts know no borders. In the process, she discovers much about herself as well as about the questionable system, which invades the most intimate places, despite its noble goals. Onyx feels that the only way for her soul to survive is by defying the establishment and following her uncontrolled urge to discover the fate of her biological children.

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