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A Chanukah Story for Night Number Three

Show More Show Less In this humorous rhyming story book, a young Jewish boy named Matisyohu Dov Ber Chaim Tzvi dreams of making something far more exciting than plain birthday cake for his Hannukah birthday. He's determined to make the world's biggest potato latke! Matisyohu's wacky adventure involves six hundred and nine potatoes, a cement […]

The Hilarious Hanukkah Puzzle Pad

Zany, brainy holiday fun! This book features 50 pages of word searches, brainteasers, mazes, crosswords, logic puzzles and pencil games — all with a fun Hanukkah theme. Open up the Hilarious Hanukkah Puzzle Pad and tear and share these activities this Hanukkah. Goldy says: "It's fun to learn things while playing games."

Hanukkah A Counting Book

The symbols of Hanukkah are visually presented with colorful effects that will teach young children to count from one to eight. Readers will learn about Hanukkah in three different languages!  English, Hebrew, and Yiddish! Simple graphics and design elements enrich this holiday offering.

Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

What are the poor villagers to do? The holiday-hating, hill-dwelling hobgoblins are bound and determined to ruin yet another Hanukkah for them. Every year the beasties snuff out the menorah candles, destroy the dreidels, and pitch the potato latkes on the floor. But these wicked wet blankets never counted on someone as clever as Hershel […]

Penina Levine Is a Potato Pancake

In this Hanukkah story, Penina finds that a glass of cold milk and a hot potato pancake go a long way. Penina Levine is the only member of her family who isn’t looking forward to Hanukkah. Not only is it another chance for her annoying sister to steal the spotlight, but her favorite teacher is […]

Latkes, Latkes Good to Eat

Sadie and her family are poor and always hungry. On the first night of Chanukah, Sadie performs a generous act, and in turn receives a frying pan that cooks up sizzling, golden latkes on command. Sadie tells her brothers never to use the magic pan, but when she goes out, the mischievous boys can't resist. […]

The Borrowed Hannukkah Latkes

It's the last night of Hanukkah and there are only three little potatoes left–not enough to make latkes for the relatives. Rachel has the solution–she will borrow some potatoes from Mrs. Greenberg. And then she will invite Mrs. Greenberg, who is all alone, to share Hanukkah with them. But though Mrs. Greenberg has a heart […]