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Liad and the Crows

Liad and the Crows

Title: Liad and the Crows
Author: Uriel Lynn
International Publisher & Distributor & Agent: Contento
Page Count: 148
International Publisher & Distributor & Agent: Contento 
ISBN: 978-965-550-523-8
Previously published
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  • About the Book

    This is a story of friendship between a child and a crow. 
    Liad, a ten-year-old boy, and Urbani, a crow, live in Tel Aviv. Their friendship is threatened by events that occur in the world of crows. Black, the undisputed leader of the crows, chooses to strengthen his leadership by declaring war on mankind. Urbani opposes Black. Urbani believes that humans and crows can live together peacefully and a struggle for power erupts between Black and Urbani. Will the crows wage war against the humans? Who will be the future leader of the crows? Uriel Lynn is the president of the Federation of the Israeli Chamber of Commerce and the Tel Aviv and Central Israel Chamber of Commerce. He served in the Knesset (Israeli parliament) as a member of the Liberal Party. 

  • About the Author

    Uriel Lynn

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