Rosolio, Pnina Ezeria (née Wiener, Paula)

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Pnina Ezeria Rosolio (née Paula Wiener) was born in 1909 in Katowice, Poland and died in 1995 in Israel. Her mother owned a bookstore. Pnina went to Palestine for the first time when she was sixteen, where she worked in a Jewish-Arab kindergarten and learned Hebrew. After two years, she returned to Germany, because she wanted to receive formal teacher training. She attended the Pestalozzi-Fröbel-Haus in Berlin-Schöneberg, where she was trained as a kindergarten teacher. Between 1932 and 1933, she worked in the Jewish orphanage Ahawah. Pnina immigrated to Palestine in 1933. She married in Palestine and became acquainted with Chaim Guri. In 1974, she published a children’s book Hayalkut (The School Bag). She also wrote articles about child education.

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