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Idan Hadari

I always wanted to write children’s books, but I didn’t have the courage, time or right frame of mind. After I completed my first degree in Computer Engineering, I found myself creating children’s software; teaching private lessons in all areas; and teaching children to swim, in both the first and second levels. As a result of working with kids, the connection to writing a book for children was a natural progression and I found myself writing many different stories about almost everything, and always left them in the desk drawer. When an idea pops into my head I ask these questions: Will a child want to read this book? Will a parent want to read this book to or with their child? Would this book make a parent or a child feel something? Is there something visual here that will hold the child's interest? Will a child see things in a different way after reading the book? If the answer to these questions is yes, then I know I'm on the right track.