Possibly Modan's best work. First of all, it's so Israeli in such a heart-warming way. It deals with Israeli culture in a gentle, touching, way. Secondly, the characters are realistic but not in a crude way. And lastly, Modan's drawings are as good as usual.
It's a unique piece of work. In an hour of reading you can get a very special experience.
Hardcover, 168 pages
Published June 12, 2007 by Drawn and Quarterly.