ONDINE SHERMAN

Interview in Spine Out Magazine

Good Reading Magazine, Spine Out , Online magazine

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Reader review in Sunday Telegraph

School lift out, The Sunday Telegraph, Print, 24 - 09 - 2017

Reviewed by Isabella Wright, 11, North Shore, Sydney. Score: 8/10. I loved this book. It was so interesting to see how much Sky’s life changed when her mum died. Having to move schools and find friends is something many kids go through. I change schools, so could really understand Sky’s character and the other characters. […]

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Books that changed me

Fairfax, Sydney Morning Herald, Print, 22 - 07 - 2017

It was terribly hard to choose only four books that influenced my life when I have read and loved so many! I spent days considering all the books, since childhood, that were my most beloved and dog-eared. And came up with this list. Thank you, Fairfax for asking me such a fun and interesting question. Read the article here […]

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Sorrows eased by small triumphs

Anne Marie Johnson, The Australian, Print, 31 - 08 - 2013

A child is born. We unspool in our minds the narrative arc of future accomplishment. First smile, step, word, day at school. But what if this picture is shattered, frame by frame, by a slowly dawning realisation that all is not as it should be? For Ondine Sherman and Dror Ben-Ami, the arrival of identical […]

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A different kind of miracle

Jane Wheatley, The Sydney Morning Herald, Print, 18 - 05 - 2013

Ondine Sherman’s life was picture-perfect: loving husband, well-known parents, beautiful young daughter. But when her twin sons were diagnosed with a severe neurological disorder, the strength and support of the Sherman clan overwhelmed her. by jane wheatley. Under the glass dome of a backyard swimming pool in Tel Aviv, two little boys are floating on […]

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