Doron Erez is concerned about these times when parents are required to cope with economic complexities, long work hours, and constant cellphone accessibility. Existential situations requiring parental attention are sometimes so consuming that they strongly infringe on parents’ closeness with the people they love the most. So how can children receive the vital attention they need?
Books penned by Doron Erez aim to assist children, and their parents too. In this high speed and competitive world, it’s not easy to find sufficient time for the people who are dearest to us. These books are virtual mirrors which reflect back to us, the parents, how our children view our relationship with them, what our children experience, and how they feel when our quality time with them is redirected towards a new member of the household.
Education is a topic of great interest to Doron, who was always very involved in parents’ committees in the schools where his own children studied. He also decided that his work as owner and CEO of a computer services company would focus on the field of education. His objective is to make teachers’ lives easier by promoting better communication between them and children, and enhancing the teaching experience.
Doron’s books are perfect for “story time” and quality time with young children. But they are equally geared to “older” kids… the parent generation.
דורון ארז הוא הבעלים והמנכ”ל של חברת ארז אדר מחשבים בע”מ, המעניקה שרותי מחשוב למוסדות וארגונים ברחבי הארץ, תוך התמקדת במוסדות חינוך כמטרה עיקרית. דורון שואף להפוך את חייהם של המורים לקלים יותר על ידי קידום תקשורת טובה יותר בינם לבין הילדים, ושיפור ההוראה.
ספריו של דורון ארז נועדו לסייע לילדים, וגם להוריהם. הספרים משקפים לנו, ההורים, איך הילדים שלנו רואים את היחסים שלנו איתם, מה הילדים הם חווים, וכיצד הם מרגישים כאשר זמן האיכות שלנו איתם מופנה לצרכים אחרים שלנו.
Within the story of an everyday child’s game is entwined one of the most important messages of life: the benefits in conducting pleasant dialogue.
Oliver, a sweet child, is playing together with his friends in their apartment building’s yard, imagining themselves as builders. The children construct a wall, much to the anger of the landlord from whom Oliver’s parents are renting. He demands that the children immediately dismantle their structure and go somewhere else to play.
Oliver’s Dad reads him a story which enlightens Oliver’s thoughts. He comes up with a plan which may soften the landlord’s heart and defer his ultimatum. Oliver implements the moral of his father’s story and brings the landlord around to encouraging the children’s play!
The Torch of Peace is a charming and valuable tool for all children… and perhaps for adults too!