People Speak 4: Real Life Stories by Chaim Walder Review #Promotion #Review


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People Speak 4: Real Life Stories (People talk about themselves)

People Speak is a collection of true stories written by real people about their own lives, collected by popular writer and editor Rabbi Chaim Walder, bestselling author of the series Kids Speak.

Things I Love & Learnt About People Speak 4: Real Life Stories (People talk about themselves)

People Speak 4 is the fourth volume in the People Speak collection of true stories written by real people, collected by Rabbi Chaim Walder. Just like the previous books in the series, this 4th volume is a collection of real life stories that will inspire and touch your soul…Each story is unique and it carries life lessons to be learned from…

The language is superb and descriptive, and the characters are real people with real life obstacles and triumphs. This collection will take you on a journey through the entire spectrum of emotions…laughter, pain, loss, success, yearning, patience, jealousy, anger, revenge, forgiveness, and the powerful LOVE…There are 26 stories in this book…I am sure at least one of them will have you perfectly still for a moment, it will inspire and even heal 🙂

 

Check it out 🙂

 

Biography

2Chaim Walder is an author of literature for children, adolescents, and adults.
He is also an educational counselor and manager of the Center for the Child and Family operated by the Bnei Brak municipality.Walder was born in Haifa in 1969. He attended Yeshivat Kol Torah and Knesses Chizkiyahu before getting married and serving in the Israeli army as a soldier-teacher.
After his discharge he continued to work as an educator and also embarked on a writing career.Since 1990, Walder has been a regular columnist for the Yated Ne’eman, writing about social issues. He also hosts a popular radio talk show. He heads the Center for the Child and Family, run by the Bnei Brak municipality, and is a certified educational counselor working with children who have suffered trauma and abuse.[6] In 2003, he received the Magen LeYeled (Defender of the Child) award from the Israel National Council for the Child.

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