One Yellow Daffodil
Morris Kaplan sells only the freshest and prettiest flowers in his shop. But he remembers a time long ago, when everything around him was dark and sad. Then one day he saw a bright yellow flower growing in an unlikely place. And that flower gave him hope. Morris hasn’t celebrated Chanukah since before the war, when as a young boy he lit candles with his family in Poland. But that’s about to change as two children invite him over to their home for Chanukah.
David A. Adler’s award-winning book has been revised for early readers with new illustrations by Avi Katz.
PRAISE FOR THE 1995 EDITION OF THIS STORY:
“One of the most beautiful and poignant new picture books for children.” — New York Post
“A tribute to the power of friendship and faith.” — The Boston Globe
“Optimistic… Touches on many universal themes.” —The New York Times