The Tree of Life (Hebrew)
An allegorical story where the tree represents the family and uproots. The tree struggles to dig in roots and feel at home in the new pasture, but is devastated to see its flowers changing beyond recognition. It is hard for the tree to accept the new flowers, but in time the tree must come to terms with change and accept having new and different flowers in their new home.
Educational issues raised by the book: Parental expectations and being able to accept the children we have for who they are, especially under cultural transition.
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