Books by Deborah Bodin Cohen

ENGINEER ARI AND THE HANUKKAH MISHAP by Deborah Bodin Cohen
FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 2011

A camel, a train mishap and the holiday of Hanukkah bring together a Bedouin and a Jew in acts of kindness and camaraderie.

Eager to celebrate with friends in Jaffa, Ari balances an armload of sufganiyot (jelly doughnuts), dreidels,  menorah, bottle of oil and the bag of Turkish coins as he rushes to the train he will drive to Jerusalem. Read full book review >

ENGINEER ARI AND THE SUKKAH EXPRESS by Deborah Bodin Cohen
FICTION
Released: Aug. 1, 2010

Engineer Ari, the first conductor of the new train from Jaffa to Jerusalem, builds a Sukkah with friends Nathaniel and Jesse using wood left over from laying the new tracks. Read full book review >

NACHSHON, WHO WAS AFRAID TO SWIM by Deborah Bodin Cohen
FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 2009

"Brave Nachshon," afraid only of swimming, and his family have been slaves in Egypt for generations. Read full book review >