Item description for Eventually Deja Vu by Ralph Ruby Rubin...
This is to celebrate Omer's life: as in the words of his 9 year old nephew Ben Vaknin"we must remember Omer as when he was alive, not as we buried him." Omer enters into the family living on kibbutz. Two-year-old Omer interacted with his family on the six weeks eventful journey to South Africa. We met with South Africans during Apartheid. Living on Kibbutz we practiced Kibbutz education. A smattering of kibbutz life and Omer is interacting with his conditions and friends. Omer coming to terms with life in town. We bought the sailing yacht Solution and the family started sailing. Omer kept a Diary of our sailing adventures to Cyprus Turkey Italy and Yugoslavia. Also recorded from his diary are his experiences in the East with his friends. Over the period of five years, Omer lived and worked in San Francisco. After his disappointment of not buying, the sail yacht Mama Muchy. Omer came home and took up the two year boat building challenge of and finishing the Dj vu on which he lived for thee years. We lose Omer on this his last fateful journey, remaining with his wonderful memories. Please contact Ralph at email@example.com
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Studio: Ralph Rubin
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.77" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2007
Publisher Ralph Rubin
ISBN 9659066155 ISBN13 9789659066155