It's Tu B'Shevat--Jewish Arbor Day--and a diverse group of children work together to plant a tree. After digging a hole, placing the tree, filling the hole with dirt, patting the ground, and spraying the garden hose, the children celebrate by wishing the tree a happy birthday, and then look forward to when it blossoms on Tu B'Shevat the following year.
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About the Author
Karen Rostoker-Gruber is a multi-award-winning author of many picture books, including Farmer Kobi's Hanukkah Match. She loves adventure and traveling to far-away places. Karen lives in New Jersey.
Holly Sterling is a freelance children's author and illustrator. She loves to work by hand using a variety of different media including watercolor, pencil and different printing processes. She lives in England.