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Hanukkah Five new children’s books for Hanukkah

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Posted: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 10:00 am

Sharing blessings, friendship and welcoming guests are among the themes that illuminate a new crop of Hanukkah books for children. The eight-day Festival of Lights begins this year with the first candle lighting on Sunday evening, Dec. 6.

Some acclaimed children’s writers and illustrators serve up a sparkling array of lively and inspiring stories that will take readers from the streets of New York City to a moshav, a collective farm, in Israel and even into the kitchen to cook up some Hanukkah fun.

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