The Key to My Heart by Nirah Harel

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This touching father and son story portrays one family's solution to a common dilemma - lost keys. With Jonathan's help, his dad retraces his steps to locate his missing keys and the key chain that means so much to him. The result is a wonderful yet ordinary afternoon spent with his family and friends.

About Nirah Harel

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Harel was born in Israel and graduated from Tel Aviv University with an MA in Humanities. She has taught, worked as a journalist, produced study programs, and spent many years as a children's book editor and publisher. Abulafia was born in Tiberias. He has worked as a director, scriptwriter, and animator for Israel Television, Canadian Television, the Canadian Film Service, and independently in New York.
Published March 1, 2003 by Kane/Miller Book Pub. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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It’s a simple story that nonetheless possesses the tug of affection: A boy and his father puzzling through where the father might have left his keys, retracing his steps after he left work to pick up the boy, Jonathan, at school.

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Harel, author of more than 40 children's books, delivers a simple, quietly paced story about a father and son's search for missing keys.

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