Hanukkah Books for Kids

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  • ultimate sticker book: hanukkah
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    This fun sticker book is a great way to learn about Hanukkah. It comes with over 60 reusable full-color stickers. (Kids can also use them to decorate other books or creative projects.) 16 pages.
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  • light the lights! book
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    Emma eagerly celebrates the joys of the season with the lights of both Hanukkah and Christmas. This heartwarming story shows how one family welcomes multiple traditions into their home, and will encourage your youngsters to consider and cherish all your family's customs. 32 pages.
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  • The Hanukkah Mice
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    It?s the first night of Hanukkah, and the mouse family secretly looks on as Mr. Silman lights the first Hanukkah candle. Then they watch Rachel Silman open a gift from her family, a beautiful dollhouse with a wraparound porch and tiny lace curtains. ?Just the right size for us,? whispers Mindy Mouse. While the Silmans are asleep each night, the mouse family explores the...
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  • The Kvetch Who Stole Hanukkah
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    In the town of Oyville, the children were preparing for Hanukkah. But the kvetch who lived high on the hill said what he said every year: "The latkes smell bad, the dreidels make me dizzy, and to hear children laugh puts me in a tizzy." This year, will Hanukkah represent another great miracle, finally bringing a smile to the kvetch's face?
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  • Hanukkah Around the World
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    Grade 2-4–Introductory pages describe the origins of the holiday, while subsequent short chapters depict traditions in various Jewish communities through fictional stories, brief historical sidebars, and recipes. Represented countries include Israel, the United States, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Italy, Australia, Poland, and Tunisia. While children will be interested to see how Jews in various...
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