By Benjamin LuskinFor a book that was initially published in the 1930s, leatherbound books are a rarity in Israel.
The country has been struggling with shortages of books since the 1980s.
However, the latest book, written by a former Israeli soldier, is a rarity.
The book, entitled “The Boy,” has sold for $10,000 in a couple of days.
The first edition sold for around $3,000, and the second edition was even more expensive.
The book, which was originally written in Hebrew, is available in Hebrew on the Israel Book Store.
It is the first time that a book written in English has been published in Israel, according to the Jerusalem Post.
The first edition was published in 1980, and it sold for about $10 in the Israeli market.
The second edition, published in 2006, sold for a little over $20.
The third edition sold at about $40.
The books were originally written by an Israeli soldier named Yitzhak Rabin, who had served in the IDF.
Rabin was awarded the Military Medal of the State of Israel in 1985 for valor.
In the book, Rabin recounts his experiences in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Gaza.
He also tells of his experiences fighting alongside the Israel Defense Forces during the Second Lebanon War.
He also writes about the Palestinian resistance and the “resistance” in Israel during the Six-Day War, the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, and a number of other conflicts.
The third edition of “The Girl” was published last year, and sold for nearly $5,000.
The fourth edition was sold for just over $2,000 on Amazon.
The fifth edition, which is available on Amazon, is reportedly selling for $7,000 to $10 of that.