Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Juliette de Bairacli Levy, a grandmother of Herbal Medicine

Looking for some fun summer reading? Spend some time in the Sea of Galilee with the Grandmother of Herbal Medicine. In this wonderful book by Juliette de Bairacli Levy, Summer in Galilee, you will find Juliette and her two toddlers irresistible as they explore the Sea of Galilee (in the modern State of Israel) together. Summer in Galilee includes an herbal index by Susun Weed, photos from Juliette's archives, and stories that you will remember forever. Filled with historical tales and emotional adventures, Summer in Galilee is a classic that is passed along hand to hand and generation to generation.

When you purchase this book today, Tuesday June 7th, you will receive dozens of wonderful downloadable bonuses that you'll love! 70 herbal partners are celebrating the life and work of the amazing Juliette de Bairacli Levy. Visit Grandmother Herbal Medicine (link here)to learn more.

This fun book covers Juliettes' tales of swimming in the waters and history of the Sea of Galilee. You will hold your breath as Juliette dares to traverse the forbidden militarized zone around the Jordan River in pursuit of personal communication with this holiest of lands.

You will thrill as she and her children discover ancient treasure, be fascinated as she visits tombs of Jewish mystics and perhaps scream in terror as she is visited in the dark of night by an enormous snake -- only to breathe a sigh of relief when she is saved by her faithful Afghan hound.

Juliette vividly describes her visit to a Bedouin village, and the trouble this causes, both in the Kibbutz, where she lives and among the Bedouins. But with keen wit, steely nerve and a kind heart, she manages to please everyone, including her readers as she saves the day and mends frayed tempers.

It is a terrific book and today is a great day to pick one up as you will have the opportunity for over 70 downloadable gifts. Visit Grandmother Herbal Medicine and help spread the legacy of this amazing woman.

1 comment:

Marilyn Miller said...

This book sounds fascinating. We were suppose to travel to many of the place you mentioned, but ended up not being able to travel there. It would be interesting to read her impressions of this part of the world.