Hanukkah is a Jewish celebration that celebrates a miraculous story of religious freedom. The holiday lasts for eight days and nights and starts on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev. Since the Jewish calendar is based on the Lunar cycle, the date changes each year but falls between late November and late December.
The story of Hanukkah is amazing and you can teach your children about it by reading books. Children love a good story and this one of wonders and miracles will delight them. Teach them all about the wonders of Hanukkah with this FREE Instant Download: Learning About Hanukkah – A Notebooking Adventure.
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Learn about the story of Hanukkah, what the Menorah symbolizes, and how Jewish families celebrate this holiday with the books about Hanukkah below:
The Story of HanukkahThe Night Before HanukkahHanukkah!: Coloring and Activity Book for kids, large 8×10 inches format, one sided pages, soft coverHolidays Around the World: Celebrate Hanukkah: With Light, Latkes, and DreidelsHanukkah LightsThe Everything Kids’ Hanukkah Puzzle & Activity Book: Games, crafts, trivia, songs, and traditions to celebrate the festival of lights!Light the MenorahFunukkah Hanukkah Girl Doll and Illustrated BookBiscuit’s HanukkahHanukkah Activity Book with Beautiful Sticker Activities: Ella and Noah Celebrate Hanukkah (200+ Stickers with Matching Hanukkah Scenes and Lots More – Coloring, Matching, Counting, Mazes)Happy Hanukkah Seasonal Flexible Gel Clings – Reusable Window Clings for Kids and Adults – Incredible Gel Decals of Dreidel, Menorah, Star of David, Chanukah and MoreHanukkah Fun Book For Children: Hanukiah | Dreidel | Latkes | Judah Maccabee | Menorah | Candles | Miracle | Cruse of Oil | Chanukah Songs
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