Israel at Home Continued

Hi everyone,
As promised, Israel with Love has some more great ideas for gifts you can purchase from Israel. Whether you want to purchase a gift for seder hosts or a treat for yourself, look no further. Israel with Love has several great gift ideas.
1. Do you want to buy a unique bar/bat mitzvah gift? Do you want to introduce a teenager to the magic of Jerusalem? Why not order Scaventures Jerusalem Experiential Guidebook written by Tali Kaplinsky Tarlow? The book is filled with fun facts, pictures and great suggested routes for exploring our eternal capital! You can order it https://israelscaventures.com/scaventures-jerusalem-the-experiential-guidebook/
2. Looking for a great book to curl up with on a lazy Sunday afternoon? Well, look no further. Connecticut Yankee turned Israeli citizen more than 25 years ago, Julie Zuckerman has penned a delightful novel called The Book of Jeremiah. The book is humorous, poignant, charming and makes a great gift for anyone who has ever questioned his or her self-worth when raised in a family of over-achievers. www.juliezuckerman.com
3. Penny Harrow Thau has created Pninat HaLev (Pearl of the Heart). Her jewelry and Judaica are beautiful, and you can see that she has put her heart and soul into every item. www.pninathalev.com
4. Erica Harel made a career change after many years in the high-end jewelry business. She opened up her own line of pocketbooks, leather back packs and clutches. Erica has a great eye and her designs are the height of sophistication. https://www.ericaharel.com
5. Some of you may have participated in Gili Zilca’s workshop at The Soap Cake Factory https://www.soapcakefactory.com/soap-gifts. Gili has a background in science so she really understand everything that goes into her soaps. Israel with Love hopes that you can participate in one of her great workshops on your next visit to Israel, but in the meantime, treat yourself to some of her beautiful creations. You deserve it!
Until next time, Israel with Love wishes you and your entire family a spring filled with good health!
L’hitraot! (see you soon)

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