Browse this selection of books celebrating Hanukkah.
Mazel tov It's time to spin the dreidel Hebrew school is in session for little dreidels everywhere, and they're hard at work learning all the game rules and practicing their biggest and best spin moves. Introduce your little one to all the Hebrew letters inscribed on a dreidel --Nun, Shin, Hey, and Gimel.
Hanukkah miracles fill the pages of this sparkly foil menorah book! 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.
Deborah Diesen and Dan Hanna's Happy Hanukkah, Pout-Pout Fish is a short and sweet mini-adventure created to introduce the youngest guppies to the New York Times bestselling Pout-Pout Fish series.
Peppa celebrates Hanukkah in this all-new, original storybook! Based on the hit TV show on Nick Jr. Includes one sheet of stickers.Peppa and George are at their grandparents' house when they smell something yummy coming from the kitchen! That something yummy is a potato pancake ... and they're about to eat it for Hanukkah!
Celebrate Hanukkah--and learn the meaning behind the holiday--with this new Big Golden Book!
Celebrate Hanukkah with the Llama family in this joyful, rhyming picture book
Follow along with the Llama family’s Hanukkah traditions as they light their menorah, spin the dreidel, fry latkes, and more. Laura Gehl’s lively rhyming text and Lydia Nichols’s vibrant illustrations make for a festive read.
The whole kingdom has gathered to celebrate Hanukkah--but a dastardly dragon keeps interrupting the festivities. Can the Eight Knights of Hanukkah set things right?
A Sydney Taylor Notable Book
A heartwarming picture book with a fresh twist on a Hanukkah celebration: celebrating a ninth night with new neighbors and friends
From an imaginative team come a new larger-than-life holiday hero who brings Hanukkah wonder and generosity to anyone in need!
Preschoolers will love learning about Hanukkah traditions with a mini AniMotionÂ® book written just for them.
Hanukkah employs Accord's New York Times best-selling AniMotion(tm) technology to celebrate the Festival of Lights. This sparkly tribute reveals an entertaining way to introduce youngsters to the traditions associated with the holiday.
In this delightfully inventive holiday tale, an elf named Shmelf takes a journey from the North Pole . . . and discovers all the joys of Hanukkah.
Noah is a young boy who loves Hanukkah, but his favorite thing in the whole world is trucks. Why aren't they part of the Hanukkah celebration? In this story, Noah devises a way to have a Festival of Trucks along with the Festival of Lights, each honoring the brave Maccabees.
Hannah can't stop hiccuping
"Drink pickle juice backward," says Mr. Taylor on the first night of Hanukkah.
Then, Seora Rivera gives Hannah a wet red string to place on her forehead to make the hiccups go away. Hannah tries drinking ginger ale, breathing into a paper bag, and even slathering peanut butter on her latkes.
But nothing works.