The week-long event which typically takes place annually all over Israel went online due to coronavirus in 2020, but is back in full force.
This is the last day of the Hebrew Book Week (Shvua Hasefer). Could it be you have not picked up even a single new volume to enjoy?
The coronavirus crisis has had a detrimental effect on book publishing.
The event will be held in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem from June 9-19, encouraging residents of all ages to read in Hebrew.
Groups and events are like oxygen for the growing cadre of enthusiasts of the erotic romance genre.
Every summer, Israelis from all sectors are on the same page as they peruse the latest books, translations and related commodities in hundreds of events across the country.
In Tel Aviv, most of the events will be held in Rabin Square; in Jerusalem, at the First Station and in Haifa at the Merkaz HaCarmel Auditorium.