כתבה בג’רוזלם פוסט
An Israeli father in New York
By E.B. SOLOMONT
Jerusalem-born Udi Sommer researches the experience of being an immigrant parent.
Home But Away
By Udi Sommer | 215 pages | NIS 88
Psychologist Udi Sommer recalls the day his daughter, not yet six, drew a distinction between their identities, announcing that her father was Israeli and she was American.
They were walking near Central Park on their way to school, and Sommer remarked that she was lucky to live near a park that people from around the world came to see. “Because I’m a New Yorker and you’re an Israeli,” she said.