Tilda Balsley has written many children's picture books for Kar-Ben Publishing and has been having a ball using Sesame Street characters in her stories about Jewish life. This one, co-written with Ellen Fischer and illustrated by Tom Leigh, is centered on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year when families wish the best for each other in the future and apologize for the things they regret having done in the past.

Grover is in Israel with his friend Brosh whose favorite woolly cap has disappeared. Cookie Monster decides to help him track it down. Instead of realizing that he probably misplaced it himself, Brosh starts accusing others of having taken it. Some of his friends even have their feelings hurt. Grover finds the cap in the freezer at the grocery store.

Brosh is thankful for the High Holidays and for a chance to say to each of his friends, "I'm sorry." This touching children's picture book is designed for kids from 2 to 6 years old.