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“Breast Side Stories”, by Orit Gilad, combines 100 funny stories of breast feeding mothers from all over the world. Here are some of the 44 illustrations I did for the book:

Statue-of-liberty

In the middle of a field in the depths of winter, with raging winds and minus temperatures -Madame can't be kept waiting now!

In the middle of a field in the depths of winter, with raging winds and minus temperatures -Madame can’t be kept waiting now!

In the front office of my synagogue

In the front office of my synagogue

In the room while my boyfriend was getting a vasectomy
In the room while my boyfriend was getting a vasectomy
At a tattoo parlor. I got the strangest looks from people

At a tattoo parlor. I got the strangest looks from people

While trying on wedding dresses
While trying on wedding dresses
While vacuuming the house

While vacuuming the house

Walking around the Museum of Natural History
Walking around the Museum of Natural History
While cooking dinner

While cooking dinner

“Breast Side Stories” is available in Amazon! http://www.amazon.com/dp/1452805164/ref=rdr_ext_tmb

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This is a book about a girl whose father travels around the world, and when he’s back he tells her stories from the places he’s been.

Aba and Gal - 1Aba and Gal - 2 - ItalyAba and Gal - 3 - FranceAba and Gal - 4 - ChinaAba and Gal - 5 - North Pole

Written by Shirley Segev. Published by Rimonim Publisher House. ©Julia Filipone Erez

After very very very intense 3 years, I’m back to my good old blog. This time, I will be posting not only¬† my children illustrations, but my domestic comics too -comics I’ve been doing all my life, just because. So to start, here is a quick review of what’s been going on in my life in these last 3 years-almost-four.

roller coaster engEverybody, welcome back!

Greeting card for Rosh HaShana

A sweet little girl dreaming inside a pink bubble

A girl turning disgusting medicines into delicious food

A boy in pajamas fighting against the monsters that comes to bother him in the dark before going to sleep

Some pages of my first children;s book, “Visualizing for Early Childhood”, written by Sara Moneta and published by Rimonim Publisher House.

Illustrations for the children magazine “Einayim” (“Eyes”). The article was about how animals feel pain and the reactions of humans through history.

Character and Scene study for “The Jumblies”, by Edward Lear.