Stereotypes of Jews and Israel in Russian detective fiction / by Shimon Kreiz.
A young girl who has recently come to Israel from Russia with her family misses her old home and feels out of place in her new country.
Alina : a Russian girl comes to Israel / story by Mira Meir
photographs by Yael Rozen
translated from the Hebrew by Zeva Shapiro.
Alinah hi Ilanah. English
1st English ed.
Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America
Translation of: Alinah hi Ilanah.
46 pages : ill
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