By popular demand, we are pleased to announce the newest edition of Sy Hefter's Tu B'Shvat Haggadah. For over 30 years, this volume has inspired and excited families and groups around the world! Seymour Hefter, a New Yorker by birth, a social worker by training, and a lifelong enthusiast in all things Jewish, began his 30-year professional life in Jewish communal work in 1958 in Hartford, CT, followed by varied positions in Jewish Educational Programming in Elizabeth, NJ, Wilkes-Barre, PA, and Brooklyn, NY. During his tenure in these communities, he developed a number of programming tools for Jewish Community Centers and Summer Day Camps focused on educational, experiential Jewish learning and activities. He published a number of handbooks based on some of his programs including a "Guide to a more Joyous Passover Seder", this "Tu B'Shvat Haggadah", and "Independence Day, USA". The latter was distributed during the 1970s by the U.S. State Department to all its embassies around the world and to the Peace Corp on all continents. Through his innovative Jewish programming in the 1970s and 1980s, which included Center programs in Tallit weaving, Shofar-making, Chanukah "Running of the Torch", he was asked to contribute "How-To" articles to both Volumes I and II of the "Jewish Catalog". He and his wife Ruth have been married for over 55 years. Together, they are proud parents of Jesse, Seth, David, and Jodi, very proud grandparents twenty times over, and blessed with six great-grandchildren (and still counting). Since 1988, Mr. Hefter has been actively working in the field of psychotherapy. He enjoys biking, Jewish calligraphy, and reading when he has a little spare time. This Haggadah captures the spirit of Tu B'Shvat as Mr. Hefter liked to share it with his family and others. He believes in the centrality of community, caring, and "doing Jewish". This slim volume is meant to complement your enjoyment of this special day of the Jewish Calendar.