SORE FISHER-SHISTEROVITSH (b. July 6, 1906)
She was born in Horodek (Haradok), Byelorussia. In 1908 her family moved to Kopitshinets (Kopyczyńce, Kopychyntsi), Poland. In 1931 she emigrated to Argentina. She was a Yiddish teacher in Mozesville and Buenos Aires, later director of kindergartens for the Educational Council of Buenos Aires. She contributed work to Argentiner yivo-bleter (Argentinian pages for YIVO). From 1978 she was living in Israel. She compiled and edited many published volumes for Yiddish kindergartens in Argentina, published by “Central Education, Argentina” in Buenos Aires: Heym un mishpokhe (Home and family) (1948), 157 pp.; Lider un shpiln farn kinder-gortn (Songs and games for kindergarten) (1956), 106 pp.; Shpiln far shprakh-antviklung, finger-shpiln, baṿeglekhe (Games for language development, finger games, comfortable) (1959), 90 pp.; Peysekh-heft (Passover booklet) (1959), 24 pp.; Shabes-heft (Sabbath booklet) (1959), 16 pp.; Repertuar farn kinder-gortn, algemeyne temes (Repertoire for kindergarten, general topics) (1960), 66 pp.; Leshono toyvo tikoseyvu (May you be inscribed for a good year) (1962), 16 pp.; A klang, a vort, a gram (A sound, a word, a verse) (1965), 134 pp.; Praktishe verterbukh far der ganenes (Practical dictionary for the kindergarten teacher) in Hebrew, Yiddish, and Spanish (1969), 136 pp.; Amol is geven (It once was) (1971), 60 pp.; and a series of other book in Yiddish and Hebrew.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 446.