Summer in Galilee by Juliette de Bairacli Levy

Summer in Galilee

Book Title: Summer in Galilee

Publisher: Ash Tree Publishing

ISBN: 1888123060

Author: Juliette de Bairacli Levy


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Join Juliette de Bairacli Levy – Gypsy herbal veterinarian and mother of two toddlers – as she spends an eventful summer swimming in the waters, and the history, of the Sea of Galilee, in the modern state of Israel.  Juliette trains her observant eyes, and lovely descriptive prose, on the people, places, plants and animals around her. 

You’ll thrill as she and her children discover ancient  treasure, be fascinated as she visits the tombs of  Jewish mystics, hold your breath as Juliette dares to traverse the forbidden militarized zone around the Jordan River in pursuit of a personal communion with this holiest of lands, and, perhaps, scream in terror as she is visited in the dark of night by an enormous snake – only to breathe a sigh of relief when she is saved by her faithful Afghan hound. 

Juliette vividly described her visit to a Bedouin village, and the trouble this causes, both in the kibbutz where she lives and among the Bedouins.  But with keen wit, steely nerve, and kind heart, she manages to please everyone, including her readers, as she saves the day and mends frayed tempers.

(Juliette de Bairacli Levy)