Isaac: One Boy’s inspirational story of a young boy who clutching his infant baby sister, is forced to escape into the dark, cold and unforgiving forests of the Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe.With his whole world ripped apart, and unable to trust anyone, he eventually joins the underground resistence to seek revenge on those who harmed family. His adventure leads him to experience loss of home and family, new friends and enemies, forbidden love and betrayal. His journey ends with his way to a new home in the land of Israel.
About the author:
Ziva Reuben was born in 1940 on collective farm called The Kibbutz Shfayim. Her parents were pioneers from Eastern Europe. Her father was an artist and she followed his foot steps as artist and a story teller. She immigrated to United States in 1983.
Ziva loves gardening and outdoor activities. She currently lives in Culver City, California.