In March, 1996, on her 15th birthday, Bat-Chen Shahak was killed by a suicide bomber in Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Center. But the gifted teenager left behind a rich legacy of diaries, letters, poems and drawings. She wrote about teachers and friends, the angst of young love and her yearning for peace in the world. Following her death, her parents gathered her writings and created The Bat-Chen Diaries. This is the first English translation of her work.
Date of Publication
Children's General Non-Fiction
Country of Publication
black & white illustrations, colour illustrations
Library binding,Paper over boards,With dust jacket