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Sign: Holon - Story Garden - Where’s Pluto

Yehoshua Hankin St 92, Holon, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר חולון
סמל גן-סיפור

גן סיפור
איה פלוטו
חרוזים: לאה גולדברג
פיסול: דורית לוינשטין
תכנון הגן: אדר’ חיים כהנוביץ
הגן הוקם ע"י קרן פייר וחב’ י.ד. לוי אלברט

[ציטוט מהספר 1]
פלוטו כלבלב מקבוץ מגידו.
יש לו הכל: מרק ועצם,
זה טוב ויפה. אבל, בעצם,
נמאס לו לשבת כך לבדו.

קרע את החבל, נבח "הב-הב!"
קפץ חיש מהר ונשא רגליו,
הוא רץ בדרך, הוא רץ בשדות.
את מי הוא יפגש? מענין מאד!

לאה גולדברג

[ציטוט מהספר 2]
יצור ירקרק, משונה, מי יודע,
מה שם היצור? כמדומני "צפרדע!"
"שלום!" אומר פלוטו. ומה-התשובה?
עונה הצפרדע לפלוטו "קוה, קוה!"
אמרה לו "קוה קוה" וקפצה לברכה.

ופלוטו יצא אל החוף. הוא שמח,
היום יפה. הנרקיס פורח.
יושב על הפרח יצור נהדר.
"נדמה-לי כי שם היצור פרפר!"

לאה גולדברג
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One of the Story Gardens in Holon, gardens designed according to children’s books.

The garden with sculptures depicting the story was photographed that day

Quote from the book 1 Click for a larger image Click for a larger image
Quote from the book 2 Click for a larger image Click for a larger image Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
The emblem of the city of Holon
Garden-story symbol

A story garden
Where’s Pluto
Written by: Leah Goldberg
Sculpture: Dorit Levinstein
Garden design: Architect Haim Kahanovich
The story garden was established by the Pierre Foundation and YD Levy Albert company

[Quote from Book 1]
Pluto a puppy from Kibbutz Megiddo.
It has everything: soup and bone,
It’s good and beautiful. But, actually,
He’s tired of sitting like that alone.

He tore the rope, barking "Heb-heb!"
He jumped quickly and lifted his legs,
He runs on the road, he runs in the fields.
Who will he meet? Very interesting!

Lea Goldberg

[Quote from book 2]
A greenish, strange creature, who knows,
What is the name of the creature? I think "Frog!"
"Hello!" Says Pluto. And what is the answer?
The frog replies to Pluto "Kwa, kwa!"
She said "Kwa Kwa" and jumped to the pool.

And Pluto went ashore. He is happy,
Today is beautiful. The daffodil blooms.
Sitting on the flower is a great creature.
"It seems to me that the creature’s name is a butterfly!"

Lea Goldberg

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