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Hanukkah Books to Share with Baby by the Candle Light

 

Hanukkah! Oh Hanukkah! Come light the menorah. Let’s share these sweet stories before we dance the horah.

 

One for each night….

 

Sammy Spider’s First Hanukkah By Sylvia Rouss

 "Spiders don't spin dreidels, spiders spin webs!" Sammy's mother reminds him. Then on the last night, Sammy gets his own spinning surprise. 

My First Menorah by Salina Yoon 

Turn the candle-shaped pages one by one to learn about the eight days of this Jewish holiday and celebrate with blessings, gifts, and family fun.

Hanukkah Lights by David Martin

At Hanukkah, there are many much-anticipated rituals — latkes to eat, dreidels to spin, presents to give and receive, and shiny gold treats. Add some free-form fun, from shadow puppetry to singing and dancing, and you have a warm, truly child-friendly

celebration.

Hanukkah Counting Book by Emily Sper

Readers will learn about Hanukkah, as well as how to count all 8 nights in Hebrew and Yiddish!

The Night Before Hannukah by Natasha Wing

It's the night before the eight-day celebration of Hanukkah begins, and everyone is excited! Each evening, the family gathers to light the candles and share holiday traditions such as playing dreidel, eating latkes, and exchanging gifts.

How Do Dinosaurs Say Happy Chanukah? by Jane Yolen

From the warm glow of holiday candles in the menorah to the fun of family gatherings, little dinosaurs love to celebrate the Festival of Light.

Where is Baby’s Dreidel? By Karen Katz

It's Hanukkah and Baby wants to spin the dreidel, but how can that happen unless she finds it first?

Bright Baby “Touch and Feel” Hanukkah by Richard Priddy

This is an ideal first board book to share with your baby or toddler as a first step to discovering Hanukkah traditions.

There is no better gift to share with your children this holiday season then a book! Happy Hanukkah, friends!

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