Favorite Chanukah books
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A history of Hanukkah’s origins, a discussion of current traditions, and fictional stories (set in Israel, the U.S., Turkey, Uzbekistan, Italy, Australia, Poland, and Tunisia) highlighting the ways in which contemporary families celebrate the Festival of Lights.
Harvest of Light (Hanukkah)
Follow the tiny spring flowers blossom into green fruit, then ripen into shiny black olives. Watch as the olives are gathered, sorted, and pressed into oil. Then celebrate Hanukkah with an Israeli family as they use the oil to light their Hanukkah menorah.
Just Enough Is Plenty: A Hanukkah Tale by Barbara Diamond Goldin
An old peddler joins Malka’s family for the first night of the Hanukkah celebrations–one in which there is “just enough” food for the family, but they gladly share with him.
The Miracle of Hanukkah by Seymour Chwast
Now internationally acclaimed artist and graphic designer Seymour Chwast retells the story of Hanukkah in an innovative format in which pages gradually increase in size.