The vivid photography of National Geographic illustrates the joyous celebrations of Jewish people around the world including Ghana, Uganda, India, Israel, Peru, the United States and Poland, as they light menorahs, spin dreidels, and make latkes.
|Statement||Deborah Heiligman ; consultant, Rabbi Shira Stern|
|Series||Holidays around the world, Holidays around the world (National Geographic Society (U.S.))|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Help your child learn about Hanukkah and get in the holiday spirit by reading these family-friendly books. In this sweet and humorous picture book written by Pamela Ehrenberg and illustrated by Anjan Sarkar, Queen of the Hanukkah Dosas, a multi-cultural family (Mom’s Indian; Dad’s Jewish) celebrate Hanukkah while incorporating traditional Indian food. Instead of latkes, this family celebrates Hanukkah with tasty Indian dosas. One of the most joyous weeks in the Jewish year is when families gather for eight evenings to celebrate the festival of Hanukkah. Jews the world over mark this holiday of freedom with the lighting of the Hanukkah menorah, while children spin a dreidel and eat sufganiyot and potato latkes. A delightful picture book captures the warmth of family tradition as Emma and her family celebrate two holidays--Hanukkah, a time to light the menorah and play dreidl games, and Christmas, a time to sing carols and open presents.4/4(30).
This is a wonderful book perfect for this holiday season. The story tells about the artist who has no money but willing to share to celebrate Hanukkah. It shows the kindness in him. Read this book /5(10). The rhyming in the book is a little awkward, but my friend really appreciate the gift, and said there’s not as wide of a selection of Chanukah children’s books out there (her spouse is Christian so they also celebrate Christmas with her kids, and apparently noticed the difference)/5(49). Hanukkah in the Classroom. Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah with these lesson plans, articles, and teaching ideas. Begin a series of winter holiday lessons by inspiring your students with the Hanukkah spirit. To learn more about the victory of Judah and the Maccabees and the many traditions that commemorate it, browse the lesson. Check out the following book lists: The Ultimate List of Children's Books About Hanukkah 10 Children's Books About Being Brave 11 Must-Read Middle Grade Books for Hanukkah 7 Hanukkah Books for Kindergarteners Hanukkah Books for Independent Readers Hanukkah Books for Interfaith Families. See all PJ Library Hanukkah selections here.
- Explore fortunateizzi's board "Hanukkah Children's Books", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Hanukkah, Childrens books and Books pins. Simon and the Bear: A Hanukkah Tale - The Book Snob Mom - This was a great story about miracles, selflessness, Hanukkah D Is for Dreidel - Celebrate all things Hanuakkah in this A to Z primer Introduce your little one to the Festival My First Chanukah - B is for Bookworm - This book Author: Bookroo. However you may choose to spell it, the eight-night "festival of lights" known as Hanukkah is a wintertime Jewish holiday that honors a miracle. Celebrate with your little ones by spinning a dreidel, singing songs, eating potato latkes, and of course, reading great books together. In the book, Elmo is invited to his friend's house to celebrate Hanukkah, which is a new experience for him. It shows the lighting of the menorah and the children playing the dreidel game, with an explanation of the Hebrew letters on the dreidel and how to play explained by Elmo's Jewish friend/5().