One of the Story Gardens in Holon, gardens designed according to children’s books. In this garden, which is located in the "Story Gardens Cluster", 8 children’s stories.
The second sign perpendicular to the first sign was taken that day Click for a larger image
The following photo taken that day shows part of the garden (belonging to the story "About Dwarfs, Mushrooms and What Else" Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
: Sculptures Tell Children’s Stories
Eight sculpture sites combined in one garden About Dwarfs, Mushrooms and What Else
Story: Alona Frenkel
Illustration: Alona Frenkel
Sculpture: Gadi Freiman
And at night when they went to sleep they dreamed of the mushrooms:
Mushrooms - Umbrellas / Mushrooms - Boats / Mushrooms - Parachutes / Mushrooms - Sunshades / Mushrooms - Chairs
And more and more / and more and more / and more and more / and more and more / and more
[Hebrew words that rhyme with mushrooms]
They had lots of ideas for what to do with the mushrooms
Maybe you also have an idea? Uncle Simcha
Story: Ayin Hillel
Illustration: Ruth Zarfati
Sculpture: Ruth Zarfati
I live on a five Shamgar street / in our house there are six floors and a basement.
Who lives in the basement? Haim the shoemaker.
And who in the first floor? - Ephraim the barber.
And on the second floor? - Dan the carpenter.
And who is in the third? - the doctor.
And the fourth? Moses the baker.
And the fifth? Dad, Mom and I. (We’re just neighbors).
- For now, I will not say! ...
... (and I will finally reveal the secret):
This is the uncle, Simcha ... The Louse Nechama
Story: Meir Shalev
Illustration: Yossi Abulafia
Sculpture: Israela HarGil
Once upon a time / on one head / of one child / there was an egg.
The child was small, / and the egg was even smaller. / The egg was very small.
Tiny. / Small-small-small-small-small-small.
What could come out of such a small egg?
Chick? alligator? fledgling? lizard?
From an egg so small it can come out / just a louse. Apartment for rent
Story: Leah Goldberg
Illustration: Shmuel Katz
Sculpture: Richard Sheila
In a beautiful valley, between vineyards and fields, stands a five-story tower.
And who lives in the tower?
On the first floor a fat chicken ... / On the second floor a cuckoo lives ... / On the third floor a clean Negro cat ...
In the fourth floor lives a squirrel ... / And in the fifth floor lives Mr. mouse.
But a week ago he packed his things and left. / No one knows where and why.
The occupants of the tower wrote a sign, / stuck a nail over the door, / and put a sign on the wall:
Apartment for Rent.
Story Garden Icon
Branding symbol of the city of Holon - Holon the city of children
[The second sign is perpendicular to the first sign] Itamar walks on walls
Story: David Grossman
Illustration: Ora Eyal
Sculpture: Eli Shuki and Limor Gilad-Olukia
No one knows, but Itamar can walk on the walls.
And not only to walk on the walls, / but also to enter into pictures / and to experience fascinating experiences. The cockroach that cockroach enters his head
Story: Deborah Omer
Illustration: Tali Cribult
Sculpture: Zvika Kantor
Here in the garden, you will meet a cockroach, who has an obsession in his head: he wanted to be the biggest and strongest in the world.
A small cockroach, with a growth frenzy really huge!
On this occasion you can (perhaps) also see who he abused, to whom he flattered, with whom he fell in love.
And at last you will find out how the same dictator who came to power, caused in his kingdom fires and calamities. Noa’s sign language
Story: Nira Harel
Illustration: Elisheva Gesh
Sculpture: Effi Hujesta, Yaniv Shimoni
One morning Noa woke up from her sleep and asked: Mom, today is Monday?
No, Mother answered. Today is Tuesday. Monday was yesterday.
One morning Noa woke up from her sleep and asked Dad: Maybe today is Friday?
No, Dad said, Thursday / Friday will be tomorrow.
So it was twice / and three more times, / until she moved angrily.
Why does everyone know when it comes every day and only I am always wrong?
I need a sign so I can know like everyone else ... The fish that did not want to be a fish
Story: Paul Kor
Illustration: Paul Kor
Sculpture: Dorit Feldman
A small fish there in a pond all day crying.
"Oh, I’m so bored, I’ll be asleep for a little while longer.
Instead of singing, I get bubbles - enough, I’m tired of being a fish.
"Water water, it’s not good, all the time I’m wet!"
One day a wave said to him: "Do not be so miserable, until three if you only count -" you will soon become a bird. "
... all day to fly pretty hard and tiring said Bird in a broken voice:
"I want to be a mouse." But even a little mouse will not sleep or sleep,
The cat behind him - caution on the tail.
..We did not forget a word until the secret was revealed
Because it’s always worthwhile to be yourself - and that’s enough!