Description: Sammy watches the Shapiros plant a tree in early spring. The year passes as the tree grows and Sammy learns about the seasons as it flowers in the summer and its leaves turn in the fall. Tu B'Shevat is as the New Year for trees when the Shapiros celebrate with nuts and dried fruit and the planting of a sapling. The paper-cut illustrations in vivid colors show the changing tree and the family caring for their yard.
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