Galila Ron-Feder-Amit is an Israeli author, holding a degree in Biblical studies and Hebrew Literature from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
She has been writing books, novels and other literary articles, for adults as well as Youth. Having acted as a foster family for children on broken homes, she has found herself writing of topics concerning their unique as well as general issues.
Some of her books are directly involved with topics of the land of Israel, or of its past history.
One of her most famous novels is "Nadia", a story of a young Arab girl who is set on becoming a Doctor. On her journey she faces the cultural gap between herself and the other students. The actual crises rises when a Terrorist attack occurs in Jerusalem and distances Nadia' classmates form her. The author presents provocative ideas and their practical consequences. Nadia has been adapted into a film that won critical acclaim.
Nadia, Milo edition, 1986.