The story garden was inspired by the book Feeding Frenzy written by the author Sima Lahat, a local Holon resident, and her granddaughter Amit Meiron. They hatched a plot related to the challenges parents experience when it comes to feeding their children. Sculptor Miri Kolan created the sculptures in a colorful and cheerful manner: a train moving into an open mouth, a loveable baker, and figures of people that are chasing after a child in order to feed him.
The illustrator, Uri Wisler, copied the original illustrations of the book; the garden itself was designed by architect Carmela Gabriel. The gardens signage is also unique and designed by Kolan in the shape of different kinds of food - such as a croissant, a pepper and a candy.
The garden includes: playground facilities for toddlers, furniture, wide lawns and landscaping. This story garden is the connecting link to the sequence of story gardens which are located at the Jesse Cohen quarter from the Mamushi the Rabbit story garden to the Tower Blocks I Built story garden.