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OUR AUTHORS
   Shlomo Aviner
   Michael Bierman
   Abraham Chill
   Menachem Ekstein
   Rachel Elior
   Shalom Freedman
   Victor Geller
   Shari Greenspan
   Micah D. Halpern
   Susan Handelman
   Yehuda Henkin
   Michael Kagan
   Nathan Lopes Cardozo
   Tova Mordechai
   Eliyahu Munk
   Shmuel Peerless
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   Shlomo Riskin
   Naftali Rothenberg
   Yehoshua Rubin
   Chana Safrai
   Jeffrey Saks
   Jacob J. Schacter
   Lynne Schreiber
   Yom Tov Schwarz
   Eliezer Schweid
   Yehoshua Starrett
   Chana Weisberg
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Shari Greenspan


Shari Dash Greenspan is the author of Shemot Muzarim.

Shari Dash Greenspan works as the Children’s Book Editor at Urim Publications and at Flashlight Press. She is responsible for selecting and editing original manuscripts, choosing and working with appropriate illustrators, and overseeing the design and layout of each book. She also translates, or oversees the translation of, acquired English language children’s books into Hebrew.

Prior to working as an editor, Shari taught English at a large elementary school in Israel, where she established and ran an English enrichment center and served as reading consultant to over 600 students. She has taught arts-and-crafts, and designed and produced props, scenery and costumes for amateur musical theater productions (viewed by over 15,000 people) in which she also had principle acting roles. Shari also works as a storyteller in Jerusalem area libraries.

Shari was born in Savannah, Georgia, grew up in New Jersey, studied art at Stern College and FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in New York, and moved to Israel in 1988. Her hobbies include crossword puzzles, crafts, and singing in an a cappella choir. She lives with her husband and three daughters in Efrat. “Shemot Muzarim” is her first book.


You can email Shari at: Greenspan@UrimPublications.com.